LEGO models of automobile are obviously not new, be it official LEGO’s or LEGO MOC. In fact, we just saw one brilliant example from a movie franchise. But that has nothing to do with Jake Sadovich’s, aka JakeSadovich77, proposed LEGO Ideas set, the 1950s Murray Torpedo Roadmaster Pedal Car.
“… So much torque, the chassis twisted coming off the line” was what Dominic Toretto told Brian O’Connor of the 1970 Dodge Charger in 2001’s The Fast and the Furious movie. Well, you will not have that kind of torque or make the quarter mile in 9 seconds with the LEGO Technic 42111 Dom’s Dodge […]
This one goes out to all the swashbuckling LEGO enthusiasts out there. The LEGO Ideas 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay is official! Inspired by the 1989 LEGO Black Seas Barracuda pirate ship model, the #21322 is massive set, packing a whopping 2,545 pieces and boasts some pretty serious details.
Back in February’s New York Toy Fair, LEGO showed off a brick-build D-O droid as seen in Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker. During the toy, the LEGO 75678 Star Wars D-O set was showed off in all its glory, along with some details.
LEGO, at this point, is pretty much synonymous with licensed products, but thankfully, there is still a bunch of LEGO MOC enthusiasts who are faithful in creating original designs. The LEGO Expedition Balloon by LEGO Ideas member Happysmurf is one such commendable original design.
You probably heard that they are coming. Well, they are official now. We are talking about the official LEGO buildable Star Wars model helmets, featuring the iconic Stormtrooper, Boba Fett and TIE Fighter Pilot.
Rest assure that after seeing Papaglop’s 4,000-piece LEGO MOC The Mandalorian Razer Crest, you will not want to look at the official set ever again. Papaglop is a LEGO enthusiast who is also a big fan of Star Wars.
We have played and loved Super Mario and we know for certain that it will live on for generations to come, but what did not expect was, it could live on in physical form. Folks, meet the LEGO Super Mario play experience.
LEGO can indeed build wonders. Throw in LEGO Technic elements in the mix and you can make this: Playing Card LEGO Gun. That’s right. Someone has built a playing cards shooting gun out of LEGO Technic.
Here’s a LEGO Ideas submission by LegoApple_V2. It is a tabletop basketball game for two person like you have known, but in LEGO form. It was LEGO Ideas’ staff pick last week (I think) and seriously, no prize for guessing why. I mean, who doesn’t like a game of table basketball in LEGO? Everyone does.