The record will show that there are very few things we here at ComicsAlliance love more than fan-made LEGO creations and the sheer insanity of Pokemon. And rarely, if ever, has there been someone who combined those two loves as awesomely as Filip Johannes Felberg, who has created an amazing set of ridiculously detailed, incredibly accurate LEGO versions of everyone's favorite pocket monsters:

He started with Cubone, Pikachu, Koffing and Togepi, but has currently racked up over a hundred different Pokemon sculptures, and they are awesome. Check them all out after the jump!

L to R: Ekans, Golbat, Jigglypuff and Pidgey

Eevee, Venonat, Ratatta and Zubat

Spearow, Psyduck, Staryu and Crobat

Smoochum, Jynx, Kabuto and Shelder

Chikorita, Magnemite, Ditto and Dratini

Nidoran, Magneton, Abra and Larvitar

Kangaskhan, Geodude, Raichu and Vulpix

Weedle, Seel, Gastly and Paras

Unown, Kakuna, Gulpin and Dragonite

Beedrill, Haunter, Duskull and Ralts

Hoothoot, Caterpie, Spoink and Charmander

Gengar, Diglett, Metapod and Doduo

Ryhorn, Hitmonlee, Voltorb and Poliwag

Mankey, Butterfree, Oddish and Dugtrio

Slowpoke, Exeggcute, Machop and Horsea

Slowbro, Exeggutor, Gible and Tentacool

Heracross, Numel, Tentacruel and Wurmple

Murkrow, Slowking, Cascoon and Dustox

Silcoon, Beautifly, Snubbul and Dunsparce

Growlithe, Magikarp, Sandshrew and Chansey

Tangela, Krabby, Bellsprout and Gloom

Sneasel, Natu, Sentret and Clefairy

Felberg's photostream has close-ups of every one of his Pokemon creations, including a look at all 28 individual versions of the Unown. And while they're all pretty awesome, my favorite's probably Magikarp, if only because even in Lego, it still can't manage to stand upright for a picture.