A common criticism of ApocaLEGO creations is that they’re all shades of brown or gray — believable colors for many apocalyptic scenarios, but not necessarily for the zombie apocalypse. With that in mind, I’ve added a few more colorful creations to my fleet of zombie-hunting vehicles. The big red vehicle is an apocafied version of Continue reading →
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Zombie hordes, nuclear annihilation, rising sea levels, the monkeypox — the future doesn’t look too bright for all those smiling LEGO minifigs. But survivors abound in the post-apocalyptic wasteland, entrenched in well-guarded camps or on the road in crazy armored contraptions. Check out all these post-apoc models to see that there is indeed hope for LEGO humanity after all…
Artist Brian Colin recently painted a series of small canvases featuring LEGO zombies. Gotta love that Classic Space zombie leading the horde. Perhaps not the thing to hang in your baby’s nursery, but awesome on so many levels that I wanted to pick up a couple myself. Sadly, I was vetoed by my wife. The Continue reading →
Kevin Fedde (Crimson Wolf) knows that things are a bit safer in northern climes during a zombie outbreak. I really like the contrast between the grey police station and the tan restaurant. The LEGO Universe panel on the top of the building is also a great detail.
Sometimes, the words we write for our blog posts can’t do justice to the wonderful LEGO creations we feature. Here’s Kevin (Legorevolution) in his own words: The NSR (or New Space Reich) lost contact with the battle cruiser Andromeda a little over 2 light years ago. Since the vessel was exploring an uncharted sector of Continue reading →
Oh, I’m sorry, was that the wrong response to this new installment in Brendan Powell Smith‘s The Brick Testament I love the apocalypse, just love it.
Dr. X shows us how zombie-apoc is done with these excellent vehicles. They look like contemporary vehicles, but with stuff tacked on. That is good.
It’s been a very long time since going to see a movie inspired me to build a bunch of minifigs as soon as I got home. I saw Terminator Salvation on Saturday night, and had to build the heroes and their antagonists. The human Resistance wouldn’t be the same without a couple of T-600 Terminators Continue reading →
UPDATE: Planning is now underway for the next Zombie Apocafest. Read all about it in our Zombie Apocafest 2009 strategy, tactics, & logistics post. ——– The LEGO convention season is upon us, and BrickCon 2009 is just over four months away — time to start planning your trip and what you’re going to build. Likewise, Continue reading →
Chase Lewis (Vid’) has posted his largest LEGO diorama to date, featuring a band of survivors holding out against a well-armed apoca-boat. Check out the full photoset on Flickr.
Andrew Summersgill (Doctor Sinister) has posted a very timely swine flu pandemic vignette that perfectly captures the mood in the news over the last few days.
Run and hide your Cafe Corner, Market Street and Green Grocer! This creepy creation built by Sebastian “Aliencat” Arts will consume all! Side note: haha, take that Nannan, I finally blogged a Black Fantasy creation before you!
Absolutely nothing. But I am a huge fan of these two completely unrelated minfigs. Balakov recreates Magritte’s The Son of Man in LEGO: And hobo has made a minifig Poison Headcrab Zombie from Half-Life 2.
I guess things aren’t too bad in Peter Reid’s (legoloverman) view of the post apocalypse. Witness the tire swing hanging from the charred tree. Either it was added since the tree burned, or whatever caused it wasn’t bad enough to melt the rubber. Either way, I think there’s a positive message to be found in Continue reading →
The Big Toy Hut’s LEGO Zombie Contest includes some great entries so far, like this scene in a movie theater by Gettobread: The theater itself includes excellent details, from Bruce Lee smashing through a wall to Snake Plisskin looking ready to escape New York. Check out the rest of the entries on Flickr. If you Continue reading →
Just in time for Easter, The Brick Testament takes on The Apocalypse of St. John the Apostle, or Revelation for short. Click the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse to read all four new stories from Revelation: