In news sure to bring Christmas joy to LEGO fans everywhere, 10193 Medieval Market Village is now available from the LEGO Shop online:
For more details on this fantastic set, read our exclusive coverage from BrickCon 2008.
UPDATE: Added Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
Looks like lots more 2009 LEGO sets are finally showing up on the LEGO Shop online.
Just about all of the 2009 LEGO Star Wars sets from The Clone Wars appear to be available now. 8018 Armored Assault Tank (AAT) includes the newly redesigned Yoda:
The latest batch of updates also includes the new Power Miners theme. My wife got me 8960 Thunder Driller for Christmas, so I’m off to build it now.
(Still waiting for that farm… Mmmm… Cows…)
Christmas cheer from Rocko. Need I say more?
With “Santa’s Slay,” Nathan shows us what Santa (and the late Rudolph) would do after Santa retires from the old Christmas game:
Meanwhile, a very sexy Ms. Claus joins Santa aboard his 1930s era bike, as built by Lino:
Rabbi Moshe Gourarie said, “A lot of darkness can be dispelled by a little light. What this world really needs, more than anything, is light, positivity and goodness.”
Read the full article on APP.com.
Even trolls enjoy trimming the tree and roasting, uh, marshmallows over a roaring fire, as Aaron Andrews demonstrates in this vignette:
The floor and rug are beautiful, and the shield above the fireplace is a nice touch.
Andrew Colunga‘s “Monster Claus” is already making the rounds on the Internet. It’s a particularly big hit with law enforcement officers, for some reason…
Personally, I like the milk and cookies.
Luis from HispaLUG presents this heavily armed space battle cruiser spanning 39.8″ or 127 studs. This microscale SHIP, labeled the Maximum Force Station, is sure to strike fear into the hearts of its enemies. There is a backstory behind the build written in Spanish; I regret that my Spanish skills are not proficient to understand the writing.
Mark Stafford‘s latest work depicts the collision of a military dropship into a space school bus in this unprecedented tragic accident on the moon. The effects of the collision are constructed realistically with trailing flames and explosion blasts. The whole scene is expertly frozen in space.
We’ve come to expect excellent mecha from Jehkay, but I particularly love the posing and photography in this one:
Here’s a more standard shot, showing the unique intakes built from fairly standard bricks and the awesome face, which incorporates a hinge piece: