This could all just be hearsay, but a short article on CoolToyReview.com claims LEGO will be producing sets based upon the upcoming Indiana Jones IV film. Does this mean Johnny Thunder’s adventures are over?
LEGO Adventurers models on The Brothers Brick | Page 2
LEGO Adventurers was a theme that LEGO first released in 1999 and discontinued in 2003. Starring explorers and archaeologists in far-flung locations like Egypt and Tibet, the theme had many similarities to the later licensed LEGO Indiana Jones theme. Thanks to its unique characters and comparative longevity for an original LEGO theme, the theme remains popular with LEGO builders to this day.
I’m a sucker for archaeologically themed LEGO. As Bruce says, Barbara Werth gets credit for being the first to incorporate the new skeleton horse into a LEGO vignette.
Dennnis Coh is participating in the FBTB Forums R-Wing contest, but what caught my eye was his minifig pilot: With a great brick-built weapon and excellent color coordination, Dennis’ version of Pippin Reed is smokin’ hot. (Only after typing up the Technorati tags below did I notice just how much of a mashup this minifig Continue reading →
There’s no question Mike Psiaki builds cool stuff. I just wasn’t expecting what I found when I clicked the thumbnail for this Adventurers-inspired truck: I won’t say anything more so as not to spoil the surprise. ;-) Technorati tags: LEGO Steampunk Truck Adventurers Brickshelf
I blogged Izzo’s ninja mecha a few days ago, but he’s continued posting new mecha since then. Here’s the latest, a steampunk mecha titled “Tin Machine,” driven by none other than the Adventurers theme’s archvillain, Sam Sinister: Technorati tags: LEGO Mecha Steampunk Adventurers Brickshelf
In addition to his creations inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, Mark Stafford’s Adventurers folder includes several cool vehicles. Here’s a new one, a half-track for Sam “Lord” Sinister: Be sure to check out his other vehicles: Technorati tags: LEGO Adventurers Brickshelf
Mark Stafford continues adding new creations to his ongoing mashup of the LEGO Adventurers theme and the Cthulhu mythos from H.P. Lovecraft’s science fiction. A recent update includes “Offspring of Shudde M’ell“: Technorati tags: LEGO H.P. Lovecraft Cthulhu Shudde M’ell Sci-Fi Brickshelf
Name: Guildford PostlethwaitOccupation: Ethnographer, best-selling author, popular lecturer. Charlatan.Published works: Reflections on Fieldwork Among the Tuba. The Purple Snows of Kashmir. Life with the Yak-Herders of Samoa. Tanganyikan Tiger-Hunting Rituals. In Marco Polo’s Footsteps: Retracing a Spaniard’s Discovery of the West Indies.
Speaking of photography, new (I think) Brickshelf user Ertu has posted some interesting pictures inspired by the Adventurers theme: