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Fan-Made LEGO Helicarrer Blows The Official Product Out Of The Water (...Well, Air)

LEGO is, clearly, more than a pastime for some. Maybe not a job (unless you’re employed by the Danish toy giant), but certainly bordering on obsession territory. The creations produced by such dedicated fans however more than makes up for any and all sunlight and social deprivation. Like this unbelievable Helicarrier from The Avengers.

How The Iowa Caucus Works, Explained By Lego

We’ve been hearing a whole lot about the Iowa Caucuses in the United States, but often with little context about how that process actually works. Vermont Public Radio has put together an entertaining short that explains the process, in Lego.

Lego's First Minifigure In A Wheelchair Is Embarrassingly Overdue

Bowing to public pressure, Lego has finally released its first minifig in a wheelchair. The latest Lego figurine was one of several recently showcased at the Nuremberg Toy Fair.

Who Won A Double Pass To The Lego DC Comics Exhibition?

A couple of weeks ago we asked you to tell us the coolest thing you’ve made out of Lego. The best responses would win a double pass to the Art Of The Brick exhibition at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum.

Watch A Massive LEGO Star Wars AT-AT Being Built From Scratch

The only problem with all those magnificent LEGO builds is that we only get to see the end result (sometimes in pieces). And while impressive, it makes all the trickier to appreciate the effort. Today, however, is different — we get to watch a gigantic LEGO Star Wars AT-AT built from start to finish.

Bandai Desperately Wants You To Think These Dragonball ZĀ Figures Are Lego

Well, to the point that they don’t get an angry letter from the Lego Group asking them what the hell they think they’re doing, that is. But this new line of miniature toys based on Akira Toriyama’s designs of some of anime’s most recognisable heroes do walk a pretty damn fine line.

The Best LEGO Sets of 2015: Star Wars, Jurassic World, Doctor Who, And More

2015 is coming to a close, and it’s time to start looking back at the many things the year gave us. So why not the best Lego sets of 2015? We could look back at sports results (too fat), news events (too sad), or gadgetry (OK, we love a bit of that), but let’s do something a little bit more fun, eh? Let’s look at some of the brilliant Lego sets that got unleashed upon the world since January 1st.

Art Of The Brick: DC Comics Premieres In Sydney

“This is just so awesome,” Deputy Premier Troy Grant says as he gets ready to open the world first Art Of The Brick: DC Comics exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, and it really set the tone for the rest of the morning. This stuff really is awesome. The DC Comics inspired offshoot of LEGO artist Nathan Sawaya’s internationally acclaimed The Art Of The Brick exhibition was announced at San Diego Comic Con this year, and kicks off on Saturday, seeing its world premiere right here in Sydney.

This Giant LEGO TARDIS Is A Shameless Ad And I Don't Care

This life-size LEGO TARDIS is not a thing that you will ever buy, or touch, or see. It’s really just a reminder of the hundred-dollar LEGO sets you should probably buy your kids. But I still love it wholeheartedly.

These Drones Are Like Floating Lego Bricks

Ever wish your Lego bricks could fly? Someone invented the next best thing — BitDrones are tiny box drones that work like 3D building blocks.

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