The flood of LEGO Halo creations is so overwhelming that I can make that pun without ever having played the game. Still, this Mongoose ATV and custom UNSC Marine by Vidgamer838 seemed too good to pass up: Here’s the marine (custom torso decal, painted Rock Raiders helmet, and modified Ninjas armor for shoulder pauldrons) without Continue reading →
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Another construction toy brand might have the Halo license, but that doesn’t stop LEGO fans from building characters, vehicles, and locations inspired by the venerable Xbox series from Bungie and Microsoft. Check out Pelicans, Warthogs, the Master Chief, and more LEGO Halo weapons than you can shake your armored fist at right here on The Brothers Brick.
Those of you who were paying close attention to our coverage of BrickWorld 2008 probably noticed references to and pictures of the latest BrickForge accessories. Thanks to Nannan and the magic of the United States Postal Service, here’s my review of the new items BrickForge will be releasing soon. In general, I’ll try to avoid Continue reading →
Kyle “Armothe” Peterson of BrickForge has posted a very cool custom “Space Marine” that looks remarkably like a certain Master Chief: Does this represent a potential future product from BrickForge? Intriguing… In related news, Mark Sandlin (Flickr) has posted prototypes of another upcoming BrickForge product — the Megagun: See more views of the Megagun in Continue reading →
At BrickCon in October, I learned about the Halo-inspired weapons and the M1 Garand rifle that Will Chapman of BrickArms was working on at the time (see First look at new BrickArms weapons). Last week, I received my shipment of new 2008 BrickArms weapons, and I’ve been eagerly building and waiting for a break in Continue reading →
Brothers Brick contributor Nannan’s Final Run “bignette” is featured in the current issue of the Official Xbox Magazine: Congratulations, Nannan! Way to represent. ;-)
We probably don’t showcase Halo works here on The Brothers Brick often enough, but this one was crying out for attention. The moment I laid eyes on this masterpiece, I knew what it was. If you don’t recognize it, you must have been living in a cave somewhere. Update (April 2): April Fools!
Two recent interesting news items are worth your attention. First off, Bungie is making a LEGO Halo video game based in the style of the popular Star Wars LEGO games. Wait, what? Click on the picture from the April Issue of EGM (1up.com’s magazine) below to read more: Edit (AB): Sorry folks, the comments are Continue reading →
After learning about a Halo vignette contest at Brickarms forums with less than a week before deadline, I impulsively decided to enter. I needed an idea, and what’s more dramatic than the final warthog run from the last mission of Halo 3? For those who haven’t experienced it, you are driving a warthog through an Continue reading →
Mike Nieves built one of the most realistic grunt from the video game Halo. Better yet, he has made instructions so fans can create their own too!
The Brute Chopper is a new vehicle in Halo 3. For those of you sick of seeing poorly constructed LEGO Warthogs, here’s Alex Peacock‘s chopper:
As I said a couple months ago, there’s not a lot of originality in LEGO creations inspired by Halo. My general feeling of dissatisfaction with Halo LEGO extends to my own Master Chief minifig, who I intend to replace soon (despite being featured on Joystiq yesterday). Still, the game continues to inspire the occasional beauty, Continue reading →
Too many LEGO creations inspired by Halo look pretty much the same. Not Legohaulic’s: Excellent. (Via Review’d.)
Brothers Brick reader RichardAM used the Contact form to let us know about a cool brick-built Elite from Halo, by Brickshelfer Mandalore: Thanks Richard!