Displaying a grasp of fake Lego mastery never before seen by human eyes, hobbyist Alex Jones (not that one, a German guy) spent two months of his life building the most amazing set of Masters of the Universe LEGO you'll ever see, and may never buy. Check out a few of the more jaw-dropping pieces after the jump.
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If you've taken a spin through the toy aisle lately, you've probably already noticed just how much comics-related LEGO stuff is out there now. In addition to their usual lines of spacemen, pirates and knights, everyone's favorite Danish building blocks have sets based on Marvel, DC, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and even Spongebob Squarepants.
LEGO builder oLaF left that last one out, but in an amazing diorama showing the Joker rampaging through a city in a custom-built mech suit, he threw in just about everything else. Check it out below!
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We've seen some pretty impressive sketchbooks over the years, but when it comes to ingenuity, Chris McVeigh has topped just about everyone. He's an artist specializing in LEGO creations, and while he does a lot of awesome creations based on old computers or cameras, he's also been doing "sketches," complete with LEGO "pens" (a pretty nice touch).
Check out his bricky take on Batman, Raphael, Pikachu, Jake the Dog and more below!
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The town of Springfield has conquered almost every medium: TV, video games, film, comics, home video, books, t-shirts, radio (if you have The Simpsons on while you look away from the TV), figure skating, etc.
And yet Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie and the rest of Springfield's denizens hadn't made the jump to that all-important mode of expression, the Lego set, until now.