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Por fin! El Señor de los Anillos en LEGO

Los amantes de los castillos están de enhorabuena, por fin podremos reconstruir el mundo de Tolkien en nuestra casa, y muy pronto el Hobbit.

A Ship from Another Dimension

By Chris There exists a small but vocal contingent of the adult fan community who look down upon Bionicle and its descendent Hero Factory, claiming that the pieces are juvenile, not useful, and altogether too different to mix with traditional bricks. I’ve never understood this train of thought. LEGO is about imagination, and the ability [...]

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75058 MTT revealed

By Huw A picture of a hitherto unknown Star Wars set 75058 MTT, has surfaced on flickr and Facebook, having been taken in the franchised LEGO store in Budapest, Hungary. I suspect this will be a LEGO exclusive. Thanks rancorbait for the news. © 2014 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. …read more Source: Brickset

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Wings of justice… KAKAAAAW!!

By Iain Russian builder Fedin has taken a break from building collosal castles to try his hand at character building, with splendid results! Here’s his interpretation of Master Crane from the ever popular TV/movie franchise Kung Fu Panda… …read more Source: Brother Bricks

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Overhaulin’ Volkswagens

By Ralph When Andrea Lattanzio (Norton74) posted his Volkswagen Transporter more than a week ago, I decided to pass blogging it. I liked it, but it is a modified set. However, the Transporter was merely a prop for this fantastically detailed garage scene. …read more Source: Brother Bricks

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Mr. Stay Puft’s okay! He’s a sailor, he’s in New York…

By Iain As excited as we all are to see the very cool Ghostbusters CUUSOO set finally hit the shelves, wouldn’t it be even cooler if it came with a street to drive down, or some ghosts to fight? Korean building team OliveSeon realized this, and they went and did something about it… …read more [...]

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Brickworld Chicago DVD on KickStarter

By Huw The Beyond The Brick team has a project on Kickstarter to raise funds to produce a DVD of footage to be shot at the forthcoming Brickworld Chicago LEGO Convention. Their initial $1000 goal has been achieved already but there are some great stretch-goals worth aiming for, so if you can, please give the [...]

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And the winner is…

By Huw The signed Fairground Mixer competition has now ended and a winner has been selected! There were 5196 entries in total and, interestingly, more people got the answer wrong than right. There were just 2185 correct answers. The question was who the lead designer of the 2009 set 10196 Grand Carousel. The correct answer [...]

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Latest offer from Chowren Toys

By Huw Here’s the latest from our friends over at Chowren Toys: “We recently added some LEGO minifigure display cases to our inventory and we would like to offer them at 30% off to all readers of Brickset. The prices have already been adjusted to $21.00 each so no promo codes are required for them. [...]

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Nothing to do with LEGO…

By Huw Last year I took a photo of the Needles lighthouse on the Isle of Wight, UK, whilst sailing by on a cruise ship. I thought it was pretty good so I submitted it to the Trinity House (who operate lighthouses in the UK) calendar competition. I’ve just heard that it has been selected [...]

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News round-up

By Huw The competition to win a signed Fairground Mixer ends tonight so if you haven’t already entered, do so now. There has been over 4500 entries which I think is the most we’ve ever had for a competition. With the exception of the series 12 minifig list, there hasn’t been a lot of news [...]

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