LEGO Masters Tyler (@tylerbuilds) and Amy Clites built a towering masterpiece on last week’s episode. This microscale version is pretty fun, too.
We’re hands on with the first of the 2021 LEGO Star Wars sets, taking a close look at both 75301 Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing Fighter and 75300 Imperial TIE Fighter.
While the game will be released next year, you can make a preorder now to secure the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga game and Luke Skywalker with Blue Milk minifigure.
Attention all collectors, this minifigure is not only exclusive because of them milk moustache, but the milk carton print has a silhouette of a bantha. The LEGO Skywalker Saga games will hit shelves in Spring 2021, so there’s time to save up for the game (and a console perhaps)
Our newest contributor Mansur “Waffles” Soeleman (@lamborghiniwafflesauce) shows off his building skills with a challenge of using pieces from 100 LEGO Star Wars magazine foil bags to build something completely different.
Looking forward to completing your collection of Knights of Ren minifigures? Read our review to find out if LEGO Star Wars 75284 Knights of Ren Transport Ship (due for release Sept. 1st) is worth the $70 price tag.
We sat down with LEGO Masters finalists Tyler and Amy to chat about their entire experience on the show.
Another week on LEGO Masters comes around and this time Tyler and Amy Clites show us the world through the Imagiscope.
@tylerbuilds and Amy Clites are contestants on LEGO Masters. This is a miniature version of their Funny Farm prominently featured in episode one.
A perfect re-creation of the Skyrim look in LEGO bricks, by Marcin Otreba
A native Tokyoite takes a close look at the new LEGO Architecture 21051 Tokyo skyline set.
Poe Dameron goes through X-wings faster than Carrie goes through Manolo Blahniks. But how does his third X-wing (75273 Poe Dameron’s X-wing Fighter from The Rise of Skywalker) compare with previous versions?