Thanks to Wallace Chow, Benny leaves the furthest reaches of Classic Space for the Macross Saga.
Lynn MinMay from the Robotech/Macross anime series is brought to life by SPARKART! in a modified Brickheadz doll. The styling emphasises the head over other features, with her eyes capturing that genuine anime sparkle. Below you’ll find the parts list and instruction guide to build your very own singing space celebrity.
There was a time in the 80s when the tale of huge transformable jet-mechas, intertwined with love stories which transcended galaxies, was almost real to some of us. Robotech (for those of us in the western part of the world) or Macross (in its original incarnation from Japan) is a series of science fiction mecha Continue reading →
Stephen Chao (Obscurance) recently posted an awesome micro version of the VF-0 fighter from the Macross Zero prequel movie. More on Brickshelf and Flickr.
Day 8 of the 2021 LEGO Advent Calendar builds!
We review the LEGO Creator High-Speed Train and it just might be perfect for little hands and big imaginations.
A builder called Insomnia Builds apparently has lost some sleep while dreaming up this post-apocalyptic battle between people of a floating civilization and a sea monster.
@dan.ko56 space babies bring us space rocks and space diapers
Follow along as we take a look at this cute LEGO BrickHeadz version of a classic Chinese New Year icon.
Day 7 of the 2021 LEGO Advent Calendar builds!
Check out our review of the 150th BrickHeadz set, Ahsoka Tano, a fan-favorite from the Clone Wars, Rebels, and now the Mandalorian.
Marcin Otręba (@martinlegodesign) has built this fantastic version of Howls Moving Castle. This is definitely one for Studio Ghibli fans, as there are plenty of references to the anime film.