It's happening. It's finally going to happen. Lego has finally caved in to demands for an official R2-D2 brick set. Come this May, you can buy the cutest astromech in the galaxy in brick form.
Filled with memories of Japan-mania, video games and the rise of manga and anime outside of Asia, the 1980s truly were a time for nurturing geeks. Most importantly, the '80s birthed the NES, Game Boy and The Transformers — all significant to my childhood geekdom. That's probably why we're overcome with nostalgia over this kick-ass Game Boy transformer made out of Lego with matching transforming Tetris game cartridge. It's a hell of an homage to the classics.
What seemed to be a match made in heaven is soon going to be a reality. After tying the knot, Lego and developer Mojang, will release official Minecraft physical play things in all glorious brick form later this summer. This is what toy bricks of digital bricks look like.
Not everybody can afford a prosthetic arm. Most people can't. It's a good thing Lego are so versatile. Now you can build your own!
ReBrick is a social network for people who love Legos. It's not going to be the next Google Plus or the next Facebook or even the next MySpace: no, it's going to be better than all of these sites, because instead of having to read endlessly boring status updates from all of your whiny friends, ReBrick is just about people making cool stuff out of Legos.
It seems like everyone is creating spectacular Lego stuff these days, but few are as amazing as this enormous Lego machine built to move tiny Lego soccer balls in a never-ending loop.
With all these fantastic Lego creations popping up left and right, you have to wonder why Lego hasn't created official licensed sets around StarCraft and Battlestar Galactica.
Modern Warfare 3. Stop-motion video. Lego. 'Nuff said.
This here is a life-size model of a big ol' sniper rifle from Halo, made entirely out of Lego bricks by Nick Jensen. It's very, very impressive, even if it won't do much to protect you from the Covenant.
We've never been shy about our affection for Lego creations or Gears of War. Let's just say we're beaming from ear to ear after seeing Kooberz's "Bricks of War" — a stop-motion animation take on the Marcus Fenix fragging and chainsawing Locusts in cute blocky Lego form.