As a fan of both LEGO and zombies, we are living in a pretty exciting time. When I was a kid, I had tons of ideas for new LEGO themes, pieces, and accessories. I even wrote the company a couple of times with all my “brilliant” ideas. They were all soundly ignored, of course. Today,… Read more »
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If there’s one thing that makes LEGO® so damn addicting, it’s the minifigs. There’s just something magical about them. The way you can mix and match them and create an infinity of possibly creations. This has become increasingly better as more and more third-party companies have entered the marketplace, offering a variety of custom minifigs… Read more »
BrickWarriors, one of my favorite brick customizers, has recently released a whole bunch of exciting new accessories. Let’s take a look at their newest items.
I recently received a care package from my friends at GI Brick with the latest cool stuff from BrickArms. This time around, we’ve got a lot of crate-based collections with some super cool stuff. Bloodshed Crate Okay, just look at these.
Now that I have finally got round to building my modular Fire Station I decided to light it from within. In order to do this I ordered the Modulite Kit from Lifelites.com. What you get in this package is 1 x battery box that holds 2 AAA batteries(pic 1), 2 x 6 inch jumper cables… Read more »
Our friends over at Citizen Brick has put together a bunch of awesome new zombie stuff for 2013, including custom printed heads, torsos, and a minifigure of everyone’s favorite hillbilly zombie slayer. Let’s take a look, shall we?
I recently received a package from MiniBigs with two of their popular items: the Zombie Defense Pack; and their custom zombie minifig, “Zombie Al“. Let’s take a look, shall we?
BrickArms recently put out new crates, which are quite cool in their own right, but better still are all the printed varietions they have been producing. The fine folks over at GI Brick were kind enough to send me over a couple different versions to check out, as well as a bunch of their printed… Read more »