SKcheung73 takes us back to 1970s, when the closest thing pop-culture had to a cinematic shared universe was the sci-fi duo of TV shows, The Bionic Woman and The Six Million Dollar Man. One of the recurring obstacles for those heroes were the Fembots: a series of lifelike androids that could pass as real people, until their face coverings got knocked off in battle, revealing the robotics underneath. The well-greebled robot face that SKcheung73 has achieved is definitely the highlight of this build. But I’m equally impressed with the era-appropriate hair and wardrobe. Dig that excellent use of a minifigure diving flipper as a groovy neck scarf.
Have you ever had the kind of day where you end up in a muzzle and straightjacket chained to a handcart? Hannibal Lecter certainly has. For those too young to know what this is about, he specializes in the kind of culinary delights that would warrant the aforementioned muzzle and straightjacket. My spot-on Hannibal Lecter impersonations are probably what ended a few relationships in college. Some people just don’t know a good thing when they have it, right? But skcheung730 is clearly a LEGO builder after my own heart…or liver. This clever creation is just brimming with quiet menace. In their Flickr photostream I’ve also spotted a BrickHeadz Ghostface from Scream and Chucky from Child’s Play. Skcheung seems like just the type of builder I’d love to have over for dinner and maybe pick their brains over their great techniques. Whaddaya say, SK? I’ll provide a fine chianti, you just bring your marvelous scrumptious self.