The two biggest LEGO releases for 2021 are the LEGO 10294 Titanic and the LEGO 75313 Star Wars AT-AT. The two sets are of very different build and from different universes. But what if. Just what if, the two were placed in a Telepod from The Fly and get teleported? I know. The odds of anyone imagining that happening is next to zero. So is the idea of splicing the two biggest LEGO of 2021 together.

In case you are wondering, yes, something actually did that (splicing the two sets together) and the result was very much what you would get when the two completed sets were teleported together in the said teleportation device: they get spliced together (credit: u/my626ninja)… just like Jeff Goldblum’s Seth Brundle did with a housefly.

Since these toys are not biological, the result is less hideous than Seth’s ending aka Brundlefly. Anywho, what you see here is the result of someone, possibly with too much money, combining the 10294 and 75313 together. Yes. While it is way less hideous than the man-fly, the AT-ATitanic is as much a monstrosity as it is comical. If you haven’t already realized, an example like this is what makes LEGO so fun. LEGO FTW!

Image: Reddit (u/my626ninja).

via Brick Fanatics.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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