What happened when Homer quit the nuclear plant? Dvd reckons he set up his own donut stall. This is a lovely little build, and a refreshing change from people using the Simpsons minifigs just to recreate scenes from the show.
The model has an interior with a cash register and donut display. Sweet. I do wonder if Homer can resist the merchandise though…
Driving in straight from the 1994 Simpsons episode “Bart of Darkness“, builder Brian Williams has reconstructed the iconic Springfield Pool-Mobile in all its chlorine filled glory. Managing to stuff in 36 Simpsons minifigures (including a few custom figures based on unreleased characters), along with references to multiple episodes, this is surely one Pool-Mobile that will catch your attention. As if a Pool-Mobile alone was not enough!
You’d have a hard time figuring out what iconic Simpsons locations were not included in the spectacular Springfield layout that Matt De Lanoy unveiled at Brickworld last year. But I guess Matt found a pretty significant one in the form of Homer’s gastronomic Mecca, the Lard Lad donut shop. Fortunately, he has now corrected this glaring oversight: