Tag Archives: television

A Toyshelf To Die For

If you aren’t familiar with the work of -그리드-, do check out this shelf of MOCs that would’ve made the pre-pubescent me’s head explode. [MORE]

To the West!

-infomaniac- has built a serenely spectacular scene entitled “An Unexpected Discovery” inspired by the Western Air Temple from the latter episodes of the epic Avatar: The Last Airbender. [MORE]

To the Batcave!!! (F’real!)

Wayne Hussey and Carlyle Livingston are flexing their nerd knowledge and LEGO building skills with this enormous playset of the world famous Batcave. [MORE]

I Want to See this Thing Shoot Space Ink

ROOK has gottan all curvey-wurvey with this entry into the CABGOIII competition cubbed the Mon Cal Viper. [MORE]

The Tragic Tale of Michonne, Mike & Terry

brings us a brick build of Michonne from The Walking Dead, complete with a deceptively simple, haunting wooded landscape. [MORE]

A Krylon Cylon

Day 2 of Morgan190‘s 31 days of Halloweeny minifigs brings us the “Krylon Cylon“, a fun blend of Battlestar Galactica and graffiti art supplies. [MORE]

You’re A Good Brick Charlie Brown

Legohaulic sculpts us a slice of our childhood with “Good Grief“, a bricked-out Charlie Brown. There’s tons to learn from this clever little build. [MORE]

The Doctors Are In

billbobful has reached across the timestream to bring all eleven incarnations of Dr. Who into the LEGO universe. [MORE]

This Guy Might Get My Use Of “GO”!!!

Apocalust has provided the LEGO world with an homage to a Japanese television character whose legacy spans a decade, the Kamen Rider. With his MOC, Metallize Rider GO! he’s managed to introduce a new generation of FOLs to a fantastic action / sci-fi hero that I really haven’t seen enough of in AFOLville. [MORE]

…If It Weren’t For You Meddling Kids

“And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids.” Ultimately, it was the predictability of Scooby-Doo that drove me away at a certain age, but my lack of familiarity with this custom minifig’s source material didn’t keep it from capturing my attention. Check out how Cygnet managed to give the Scooby Gang’s recent villain, The Woodsman, the royal minifig treatment. [MORE]