Tag Archives: 80s

The Turtles Get Busted

Remember Eastman and Laird’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? (Or maybe that silly, albeit hugely popular cartoon?) Fredoichi has crafted these four beautifully graphic Lego Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles busts to bring us all back there. [MORE]

The Mecha Martial Arts

torokimasa has been building fantastic fighting mechs for a while now. Check out this older White Croud and the many wonderful fighting stances it can take on. [MORE]

What the Other Kids Wore

Orion Pax builds a Reebok throwback with this Reebok Kamp OG, sealing the deal regarding his LEGO building skill. [MORE]

Neo-Classic Space: Grey, Blue, & Greebly

The LL1110-07 THRA BAR by T.Oechsner brings us back to a simpler time with some not-so-simple building techniques. [MORE]

We Don’t Need Another Hero

Mad Max was a character that made a powerful impression on me as a kid. This film defined the post-apocalyptic genre. John_0515‘s nailed this character. ‘Nuff said. [MORE]

Autobots…Roll Out!!!

LEGO and Transformers fan, bricked one, has built the ultimate version of the G1 Transformers Optimus Prime that’s packed with all the details of the original toy and then some. [MORE]

Ma.K In The Day

Ma.K, short for Machinen Krueger, is a genre of models from the 80s blending sci-fi mechs and ships with WWII aesthetics. The Ma.K Bricks Flickr Group, led by user-builder .Tromas seems to be championing the proliferation of Ma.K MOCs throughout AFOLville, much to our benefit. [MORE]

Masked Crusaders Working Overtime…

“Where my M.A.S.K. nerds at?” Apparently Orion Pax has answered the call with several MOCs inspired by this 80s toyline and its requisite commercials cartoon series. [MORE]

More Than Meets The Eye

Orion Pax is perhaps one of the most talented builders I’ve ever come across. A recent article in Hispabrick Magazine reminded me of his great work recreating the first generation of Transformers toys. These are definitely must-see MOCs.