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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.
Upcoming: IDW's revealed another cover for May's Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2 eight-issue miniseries, which will pit the Enterprise crew and The Doctor against the Borg and The Cybermen.
Oprah: Craig Thompson's Blankets has been named one of "The 8 Greatest Love Stories of All Time" by Oprah.com. If your parents call and ask y
nWe've talked about the creations of LEGO builder Orion Pax (alias Alex Schranz) before here at ComicsAlliance, highlighting his incredible custom figures and vehicles inspired by G.I. Joe, Transformers and Ghostbusters. Now, he's added yet another beloved '80s property to that list with a set based on M.A.S.K.!
M.A.S.K., a cartoon about a secret governm
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. What's more, the small car is actually a motorized RC vehicle that fits inside the truck.
And that's far from the only amazing creation he's bu