Jason Allemann of JK Brickworks is one of the internet's most talented amateur LEGO builders; there's a good reason LEGO turned his working Labyrinth maze into an official set. He hasn't let the fame go to his head, however. He continues to build and share amazing LEGO creations, such as this delightful Death Star trench run animated sculpture.
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More toymakers should take a page from Lego's book and let fans contribute fun and creative ideas. The Lego Ideas site has delivered some of the most desirable sets of the past few years, and next to your brick-built Ecto-1 and time-travelling DeLorean, it's finally time to make room on your shelf for Lego's new Tron: Legacy light cycles set.
After a brief holiday hiatus, Toy Aisle makes its triumphant return with an exclusive first look at a new collectable from DC Comics that fans of The New Teen Titans will want to start saving for. We also have the easiest way to build your own ship-in-a-bottle courtesy of LEGO, and something for Star Trek: Discovery fans looking to recreate epic Federation vs. Klingon space battles at their desks, instead of actually working.
A little over a year after len_d69's custom Lego Voltron set was submitted to the Lego Ideas platform, the toymaker has officially decided to put it into production after the fantastic model of the five transforming robots from the original animated series successfully received 10,000 votes of support from fans.
LEGO master builder ckb ckd needs to submit this meticulously detailed transforming Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Megazord set to LEGO Ideas, so the rest of us can vote to have the toymaker turn it into a real set we can one day spend lots of real money on.
It didn't quite reach The Lion King's level of box office success, but since hitting theatres way back in 1999, Brad Bird's The Iron Giant has gone on to become a much-loved classic film. So much so that it's about time LEGO gave us an official The Iron Giant set, and it just might happen if Brett Cuviello gets enough supporters for his new LEGO Ideas project.
Twenty-two years before WALL·E's sermon about over-consumption hit theatres, an even better movie robot had already saved the day. Every child of the '80s wanted Short Circuit's Johnny Five as their best friend, and now that we're all grown up, that might actually come true with a little help from LEGO.