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Project Azazel Captures Superhero Movie Scenes In Awesome Lego Dioramas


Even though we live in a brave new world where Lego is releasing licensed Marvel and DC sets (and video games) at the speed of... plastic? access to official versions of their favorite superheroes has only spurred the creativity of customizers...

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Official ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘The Hobbit’ Lego Sets to Rule Us All in 2012


Lego has announced plans to release new building sets based on the Warner Bros. cinematic adaptations of J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy, plus WB's two upcoming films based on The Hobbit in 2012...

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Link Ink: More ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 2 Footage, ‘Spider-Man: Edge Of Time’ Combat, The Horrible Truth About Companion Cubes


TV: AMC has let loose more bloody footage from season two of The Walking Dead.

Museums: The Jack Kirby Museum seeks to open to the public within the coming year, pending more funding.

Reviews: Atomic Sleepwalker averages New 52 reviews from several comic book sites, including ours at CA...

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Summer’s Superhero Movies Get Blocky With Awesome Lego Minifig Posters


If there's one thing fans learned from Lego Batman (and Lego's brief Spider-Man 2 line), it's that blocky looks beautiful on comic book heroes. The disarming cuteness embodied by Denmark's premiere brick dudes and dudettes distills everything it touches into plastic pleasance...

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Parting Shot: Life-Size Lego Batman


As much as we loved the Lego Batman videogame, these life-size replicas of the Caped Crusader as captured by Flickr user MJ'laflaca are a whole different scale of awesome. See the full images after the jump...

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Link Ink: Why Supergirl Didn’t Get a DVD Title, Lou Diamond Phillips Graphic Novel, and the Real-Life Ray Palmer


Animation: Why wasn't "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" star Supergirl given top billing in Warner Bros.' latest animated feature? Turns out it's due, at least in part, to concerns about a female character headlining after the sales performance of the critically lauded "Wonder Woman" feature...

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Anime and Manga LEGO Sculptures Unite Otaku and LEGO Maniacs at BrickCon 2010


At this year's BrickCon -- an unofficial annual gathering of LEGO enthusiasts held in Seattle taking place from Sept. 30 through Oct. 3 -- east meets west as builders follow the overall theme of "Big in Japan," and, if the event-focused "Big in Japan at BrickCon 2010" Flickr group is any indication, LEGO fanatics and otaku have answered the call in droves with some incredible contributions for the upcoming show with numerous brick creations based on films like "Spirited Away," "My Neighbor Totoro," "Castle in the Sky," "Akira" and more...

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Ulises Farinas Makes Lego Minifigs of the ‘Doctor Who’ Cast [Art]


We've seen Ulises Farinas put his Lego minifig spin on superheroes from Marvel and DC, but the ensemble cast illustrating expert's latest piece depicts decidedly more Time Lords than he's ever assembled in one place...

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Futurama’s New York City Takes Lego Form


Lego statues of superheroes with large heads and small heads can be impressive, but it takes a special kind of genius to build and populate the downtown area of the Futurama city of New New York. Matt De Lanoy did just that, though, and just like the cartoon's journey back into production at Comedy Central, Lego New New York turned into a multi-year effort...

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Brickwork: Optimus Prime, Spawn, Castle Greyskull and GI Joe as Awesome LEGO Sculptures


Here at ComicsAlliance, we've got a soft spot for all things LEGO, and when they collide with all things comics, the results -- like Angus MacClane's CubeDude creations -- but we've never seen anything quite like Orion Pax's comic-inspired sculptures:

At first glance, his "LEGOptimus Prime" is a dead ringer for the original toy, but when you look closer, there's some incredibly creative part use that makes this figure great, like the use of 14 shiny daggers to make the truck grille...

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