Nothing is better than a good LEGO video – but when you mix two powerhouse mediums like Harry Potter and Star Wars – you know it’s going to be EPIC! See what happens when Harry Potter & friends meets a rancor after the break:
Remember that time in Lord of The Rings where Legolas and Gimli are talking about dying, and they have that very heartfelt moment together – well – The Brotherhood Workshop made their own version of that scene out of LEGOS, and you don’t want to miss Gimli’s reaction to Legolas being…..well…..Legolas.
I’m an English teacher by profession, and as such I make it my New Year’s Resolution to read one massive work of literature every calendar year. This year’s work was Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace, which in print comes out to well over 1,000 pages. And it’s…something. I had co-workers ask me what it was about. I wasn’t sure what to tell them. My department head asked me twice, the second time to say it in a sentence or two. That is impossible. The book doesn’t actually have much in the way of a plot, you see, and it more of a free-roaming satire. What plot strands it does have are slow to blossom and most are never even really resolved. Plus, there’s a lot of body humor of the lowest sort, and I’m not really a fan of that.
But now, you too can find out what the book is about in a way that may make more sense than asking me. Capital University English professor Kevin Griffith and his 11, possibly 12 as of this writing, year-old stepson Sebastian have been recreating the entire book using Legos over at their site Brickjest. From what I’ve seen, they’ve done an excellent job, and while Infinite Jest isn’t exactly the height of casual reading, I’d say doing that much with Legos must count as something.
Not wanting to miss out on the Batsoup hypetrain, I’ve dug up another example of your favorite controversial trailer. What happens when you mix your favorite superheroes with every engineer’s favorite toy? Find out after the break!
Okay, how cute and adorable are these Game Of Thrones LEGO characters made by Etsy shop Demon Bricks? I mean nothing is better than seeing tiny Daenerys Targaryen with her tiny dragons, in tiny LEGO form! And what’s better, is that there are also many other versions! Want to revel in the dynamic duo of Arya and the Hound? No problem! Want to stare all day at Jon Snow? Sure thing! Need Brienne of Tarth to guard your bedside table? Who doesn’t? See all the Game Of Throne LEGO characters after the break:
One, Two, Freddy’s coming for you…. three, four, better check your floor…..for mini LEGO bricks, because stepping on those at night hurts like hell! Thanks to Etsy shop CustomBricks, you too can have tiny nightmarish LEGO figures just hanging out, ready to terrorize you in the night. Horror figurines not your thing? No problem. CustomBricks also has a few non-threatening characters like Dr. Who – and V from V for Vendetta. Well – depends on your definition of non-threatening. AmIRight? Check our more mini figures after the break:
Watch Joel McHale unveil LEGO Dimensions, the newest and cutest video game that interacts with Lego sets!
Just when you thought LEGOS couldn’t get any more awesome, Etsy shop owner Agabag proves us wrong! Agabag has been making jewelry and accesories with LEGO® bricks since 2009. Agabag makes this very sincere promise: “Since I make my living with this, I have to be very strict with quality and cannot offer to sell anything that is less than perfect. This means the items you will get are as precisely and carefully crafted as “handmade” can be, and are made only with original LEGO® bricks.”
Check out more of these stunning LEGO looks after the break.
Props to Paul Hollingsworth who wanted to prove to his daughter that she could do anything with thousands of legos while being a very clever girl. See how the two of them spared at no expense with this awesome abridged version of the whole movie in less than 5 mins!