Many Bothans died to bring you this, well not really. Here are preliminary pictures of the late 2008 Star Wars sets brought to you by Eurobricks. It looks like Episode 2 clone troopers are making a return!
UPDATE: For photos of late 2008 LEGO Star Wars sets, check out our more recent coverage of Toy Fair New York 2008.
Mike Crowley‘s latest installments in his ongoing series of Snowblower Man vignettes introduce a new character — Snowblower Man’s girlfriend.
Naturally, our hero got his girl her own snowblower. Here they are — matching his and hers snowblowers:
I love cheese. So it would seem does SlyOwl — Cheddar, Red Leicester and Edam in particular.
Titled “Cheddar Gorge,” check out the various interesting techniques SlyOwl used to show liquids in motion throughout his creation:
Brickshelfer rexcarnage‘s fighter is both curvy and swoopy. The combination makes for a very swooshable little ship.
Thanks for the tip mastergongfu!
I love all the gears in this little micro mecha from Lukas (Flickr), inspired by Metroid Prime 3.
Adam Hally is both an excellent cartoonist and LEGO builder. His LEGO creations often have an artistic inclination, as his latest little scenes demonstrate.
“I am not my outdated computer”:
“I am not my futuristic designer floor lamps”:
For more, check out the full photoset on Flickr.
Vitus “Tony” Barth says that The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time inspired his latest LEGO creation. Regardless of its inspiration, Vitus’ mirroring of light and dark introduces a bit of chiaroscuro to his LEGO world.
The main LEGO Shop page on LEGO.com hasn’t been updated yet, but the new Indiana Jones sets are now available from the LEGO Shop online.
You can get all four sets in the Indiana Jones™ Classic Adventures Collection. In fact, if you buy them from that link, you’ll be helping us pay the bills. ;-)
And now for a celebrity endorsement.
(Josie the dachshund is the celebrity, not me. She’s in a book.)
Look familiar? It’s a microscale version of Nannan’s Armageddon tank! Both Nannan and I were fooled when we saw this come up in our contacts’ photostreams, so kudos to Adrian Drake for such an excellent itty bitty Armageddon!
Check out several more “Micro Fanboy Creations” in the full photoset on Flickr.
I’ve never known Karwik (aka Noddy) to build castles, but I guess I was utterly wrong. Check out the amazing Tower of Brothers with a beautiful interior reminiscent of some ancient ruins.