Video: There's finally a good reason to not feel bad about missing San Diego Comic-Con last week. The team at Tested, working with Frank Ippolito, a special effects makeup artist, wondered what a LEGO Minifig would look like if it were human. The results, as it turns out, will have you terrified of even looking at LEGO from this day on. The flesh-coloured LEGO Minifig silicone mask we can handle, even if the solid black eyes are like staring at a shark. But those two-fingered claw hands with massive fingernails? Awful. Just awful.
A Human LEGO Minifigure Is All Your Nightmares Come True
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