Taking back our streets from the LEGO zombie horde

BrickCon is just around the corner. In fact, if you don’t register before September 8th, the price goes up to $60 and you won’t be guaranteed personalized stuff like engraved brick badges.

My contribution to the LEGO Zombie Apocafest display we’re organizing is an auto repair shop and a fire station in a diorama that I’m currently calling “The Outbreak”:

Zombies converge on the residents of my modular buildings as they attempt to fight back. The architecture may have been the focus of my building energies for once, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t neglected some good, old-fashioned minifig action:

Please see my Outbreak photoset on Flickr for a ton of pictures.

13 comments on “Taking back our streets from the LEGO zombie horde

  1. ry

    Mine somehow found it’s way up to 48×48, and I need to figure out a better way of incorporating it into the town standard you’re using..

  2. Josh

    I think we’re beyond “Outbreak” here. Looks like we’re in the middle of an all out infestation! Love the Fire Station, Andrew. Are you bringing it to the SeaLug meeting?

  3. Rayan's Mum

    Hi there, how can I take my son to see this amazing Lego Creation? I would like to surprise him ! He is a real Lego Fan and aged 9.

    Could someone let me know where this show is taking place and if we need tickets, cost etc.

    Many thanks.

  4. Andrew Post author

    ^ The zombie display will be at BrickCon in Seattle the weekend after next. Just click the link on the first word in my post for detailed info. ;-)

  5. Nick

    ^ at a website called brickarms, if you live in the US
    or minifig for life if you live in the UK or Europe

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