Jon Blackford takes an ordinary suburban home… …and makes it zombie proof! Check out the gallery on MOCpages for some action shots.
LEGO Zombies models on The Brothers Brick
It’s actually quite hard getting LEGO ruins to look right — it’s not as simple as knocking a few bricks out of the building you’ve just made. Kyle (K.Kreations) blows a big hole in his building and shatters the windows to recreate the look of a ravaged city in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. I also like Continue reading →
I will admit to not watching zombie movies, because…well…they freak me out (Shaun of the Dead notwithstanding). However, I can still appreciate a nicely created zombie model. Especially one as cool as Chris Maddison’s (cmaddison) latest creation. …still creeps me out though! Check out the full photo set for all the creepy details.
It’s December 21 now in the Mayan heartland, and the apocalypse seems to have passed us by. (For the record, historians and archaeologists agree that the Maya never actually predicted the end of the world today.) What better way to celebrate than with a roundup of the best post-apocalyptic LEGO creations we’ve featured here over Continue reading →
If you’re into Lego zombies, then check out Bricks of the Dead. It’s a webcomic and blog dedicated to zombifying the brick. For Halloween they cooked up a nice article. Take a look at Zombies: An Illustrated History.
Continuing our coverage of great LEGO models debuted at BrickCon 2012, Paul Hetherington just posted his FUN HAUS! building, which won “Best in Town.” (Paul has a serious winning streak going — he also won Town trophies in 2010 and 2011, and won our “Best Apocafied Building” prize during Zombie Apocafest 2009 for his Turns Continue reading →
Alex Eylar (Profound Whatever) recently rendered Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks in Lego, but this new development featuring zombies stole the show. Speaking of the dead, what does it have to do with these spacemen?
Zombie Apocafest 2009 has come and gone. The undead have been blown up, shot up, and mulched to oblivion. The humans stand victorious among the ruins of their civilization. Fortunately, that civilization was, by good fortune, built from LEGO, and it can be rebuilt, brick by little plastic brick. Check out the full gallery of Continue reading →
Why yes, that is a BrickArms Cricket Bat and M1 Carbine. Thanks to the generous folks at BrickArms, we’ll be giving away a bunch of these to those of you who contribute to Zombie Apocafest 2009 at BrickCon 2009 later this week. Each Zombie Defense Pack will include a prototype cricket bat and M1 carbine, Continue reading →
The same applies to this creation, from Jonathon Derksen. An entry for the 23rd Challenge over at LUGNuts, the red truck is quite unassuming: But have a look inside and see why you want this truck on YOUR side during the Zombie Apocalypse.
With exactly one month until BrickCon, we’re teaming up with LUGNuts for their 23rd build challenge, Zombie Apocalypse Killfest ’09. Naturally, we’re hoping that those of you who build something for this challenge will also bring it for the Zombie Apocafest 2009 collaborative display at BrickCon. As with other LUGNuts challenges, this is sure to Continue reading →
With BrickCon coming, I’m sure many are interested in creating vehicles for the Zombie Apocalypse display. If you like what we’ve featured in the past, you should check out Jordan Neves‘ article on how to make your own unique and original apocafied vehicle. By the way, I recommend Jordan’s blog as a supplement to foster Continue reading →
BrickCon 2009 starts in exactly two months. That means it’s time to start getting down to details on all the collaborative displays being planned for the con, starting with our very own Zombie Apocafest 2009. (We’ll be doing a roundup about all the other displays soon.) Like last year’s zombie apocalypse display, Zombie Apocafest is Continue reading →
Nick Crocco (Steam Pirate) is taking the apocafication of official LEGO sets to great heights. An armored city bus emerges from 7641 City Corner. Nick replaces the stickers on the truck in 7733 Truck & Forklift with Space Police III stickers of the same underlying design. I think it’s awesome that the LEGO designers took Continue reading →
Mysterious viruses and radiation exposure aren’t the only ways to start a zombie outbreak. Muffinmanifestation suggests that what we’re pouring into our lakes and streams might have a little something to do with the coming zombie onslaught. With the outbreak underway, the soldiers who discovered Ground Zero try to make it back to base.