DARKspawn + monkey ninja = total win.
David Pagano, Nate Burr and myself were all recently asked by the LEGO Company to make a brickfilm to celebrate the LEGO minifigure’s 30th birthday. This is my contribution, 30 Years: The Story of the Minifigure. How many historical figures/events can you name?
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Monkfish44 is training insectoid, bug-eyed creatures in the way of the ninja. Doesn’t seem to wise, if you ask me. Those things have a way of turning on you.
I’m extremely pleased to announce that Keith Goldman has joined The Brothers Brick as our resident Columnist.
Keith is one of those LEGO fans of near-mythical proportions. Having met Keith in person, I can report that he stands nine feet four inches tall (that’s twelve meters for you Canadians), and is able to levitate his entire LEGO collection with his mind. Despite his telekinetic abilities, Keith has four arms (six metric). To fit in better with mere mortals, Keith is able to change size and shape at will.
Here’s a photo of Keith (center) with his coterie of adherents, better known as KeithLUG — yes, the man has his own LEGO Users Group:
Keith is perhaps best known for his bloated dioramas, including The Omicron Weekend, built with one third of all LEGO bricks in the Western Hemisphere by a division from the US Army Corp of Engineers over the course of a six month period. Naturally, Keith directed the troops remotely with his mind.
Keith is also a LEGO Ambassador from 2008 until whenever he feels like it, bringing order to the LEGOverse (and MOCPages in particular).
As a Columnist for The Brothers Brick, Keith will apply his “oratorical tradition of uninhibited or unbridled commentary” to semi-regular editorials on LEGO-related topics. Hey may also deign to grace us with his own creations from time to time.
Without further ado, please welcome Keith Goldman to The Brothers Brick!
The fight between the white and black space ninja continues in Shannon Young‘s third diorama of the battle (you can see the previous ones here). This time, it takes place in a factory powerplant with dangerous cliffs. This large diorama measures 109 studs wide by 36 deep and rises 60 studs high, that’s planty of space for backflips, walljumps, and other sweet ninja moves.
Krush is rapidly becoming one of my favorite builders. His newest creation depicts lovers from rival clans, in a secret, snowy meeting.
I might quibble with the “historical” nature of some of these, but it’s a great collection of minifigs, presented beautifully.
Sly420 has made an awesome thing…