20-Foot-Long Lego Battlecruiser Can Probably Sink Oil Tankers

This is a 20-foot-long Lego model of the HMS Hood, a Royal Navy battlecruiser built in 1920 and sunk by the German Kriegsmarine Battleship Bismarck in 1941. This stunning piece of brick engineering, built to minifig scale »10/12/08 5:30pm10/12/08 5:30pm, has a robotized mast and is actually bigger than the 16.4-foot-long . Check the gallery to…

Lego Minifig Ice Pop Mold Makes Something Cool Even Cooler

As you wait for your eggs to boil, timed perfectly with your Lego minifig egg timer, why not throw down a few minifig-shaped ice pops to stay cool? With this $13 tray from Lego, that wild fantasy can become a reality, today. The silicon tray makes three minifig ice pops, which you can eat or place in a Lego castle to… »7/13/08 10:00am7/13/08 10:00am

LED LEGO Iron Man Minifig Explodes With Boozy Charm, RPG Rounds

Chris and Jared over at Brickmodder rigged up this fantastic diorama of a scene inspired by Iron Man. There's a detail picture of Iron Man after the jump, but you can see from the wide shot that Iron-y is just hanging there, eyeballing that RPG as it gracefully flies past his head before blasting the two terrorists… »6/13/08 8:30pm6/13/08 8:30pm

LEGO Battlestar Galactica Cylon Minifig Beats Star Wars Minifig Any Day

Sorry Jesus. The Star Wars Minifig may be nice, but it's got nothing on this Battlestar Galactica Cylon LEGO minifig. Its eyes light up (just like yours) but has that glowing red dot flash back and forth like in the show. Yes, the light moves. We have it on video. THIS is the best use of light-emitting diodes sir.… »5/31/08 12:29pm5/31/08 12:29pm