The last stage of the sci-fi theme month trifecta is upon us. And NnoVVember is the original theme month. Started in 2008 by the late great Nate “nnenn” Nielson as a personal challenge to post a Vic Viper starfighter from the Gradius video game series for each day of the month. The challenge has continued Continue reading →
Once again Pascal (pasukaru76) worked his magic with the final Nnovvember map. This year was a very impressive turnout of 269 Vic Vipers by 133 different builders! I actually found it hard to keep up with all the amazing creations this year…I am still playing catch up in fact. Awesome job everyone and as usual Continue reading →
Coalesce, built by Brandon Griffith for Comic-Con 2019’s LEGO booth, features a gallery showing I’d be happy to attend in real life.
Who will win in an epic showdown between our heroes and the evil Snake Wizard in this exotic scene by Ted Andes?
Dehydration is no joke. Just ask this cattle skull created by builder Toa Aparu. On second thought, it’s too late to ask it anything. Just drink your water!
[Jack Frost] has created a super cute version of Namazu, the giant catfish of Japanese mythology that causes earthquakes and mass destruction. Don’t let those big eyes fool you; this is one dangerous fish.
If you think Bionicle is just about humanoid robots in cool poses, chubbybots’ volcano will surely surprise you!
We may not be sure what Ktulu is, but this giant ship from builder Maelven is a stunning example of biologic spaceship building. Or creature building. Whatever it is, it’s great.
Put on your glad rags and get a wiggle on in this vintage race car built by Joe Maruschak. Now that’s cooking with gas!
Builder seb71 gives us a beautiful spaceship to swoosh around. Check out that balloon piece!
In this explosive diorama, Ben Cossy demonstrates one of many reasons why The Empire can’t have nice things.
You’ll want to shout “Yabba-Dabba-Doo” when you see this incredible three-dimensional portrait of Fred Flintstone by SuckMyBrick!