It’s hard to nail down an exact number, but based on the comics and movies, Tony Stark has created somewhere between 46 to 52 different Iron Man suits. Lego customizer Minh Pham has flawlessly recreated 24 of them by painstakingly modifying and customizing Lego Minifigs.
Bowing to public pressure, Lego has finally released its first minifig in a wheelchair. The latest Lego figurine was one of several recently showcased at the Nuremberg Toy Fair.
Now that the X-Files is officially returning, Lego fans have decided that Minifig versions of Scully and Mulder are must-have additions to their collections. Lego has tried to suppress that truth, though, so Minifigures.com has stepped up to create tiny versions of the FBI’s best paranormal investigators.
Your Minifigs have been drinking coffee and tea from these Lego mugs for decades now, but have you ever wondered what it’s like to sip from them using those giant handles? Now’s your chance to find out.
If you’re a stop-motion Lego filmmaker who thinks that adding moving mouths in post-production is cheating (or too time-consuming) then over on Minifigs.me you’ll want to grab a set of these Minifig heads featuring phonetic mouth poses that can be swapped in while you’re animating.
Giving fans a full two months to hunt down the entire collection before Halloween arrives, Lego has finally revealed that its Monster-filled Series 14 Minifig collection will officially be available starting on September 1.
It’s been rumored for a while that Lego’s upcoming Minifigures Series 14 would exclusively feature monsters and other spooky characters. And now, courtesy of French Lego blog Hoth Bricks, we have our first official look at at least four of those new Minifigs including Frankenstein, a witch, a person in a skeleton…
To Lego’s credit, given how tiny its minifigs are, they already come with an impressive amount of detail. But if you’ve been slowly building your own Lego Avengers team and find all the Age of Ultron minifigs lacking, get inspired by YouTuber michaelmgf’s incredible customizations that take detailing to a whole new…
If you didn’t live through the drama that was Apollo 13, you’ve probably seen the movie starring Tom Hanks. And even though the mission never made it to the moon, the Apollo 13 astronauts and crew are still considered heroes for getting back to earth safely. So of course they deserve to be immortalized as Lego minifigs
Here you have them: The rumored Lego Simpsons minifigs in all their glory! 16 of them, including Itchy and Scratchy with deadly weapons! Even the Simpsons themselves look better than the ones in the house set, because their eyes are fully open.
The entire cast of Community has gone yellow and plastic. The fun Tumblr blog Community LEGO is devoted to recreating the Community costumes and sets in brick and minifig form.
It had to happen, people: The Lego Movie is coming with its own set of never-before-seen minifigs. It includes William Shakespeare and Abraham Lincoln, which are two of my favorite minifigs in history already. These, like the rest of these minifig series, will become collector items.
The Lego minifig. That 1.5-2", articulated plastic figurine that brings your Lego creations to life. The history of the minifig is long and illustrious, and over the years enthusiasts have created their own custom ones to reflect their personalities and interests. Here are the coolest minifigs you can now buy on Etsy.
Goel Kim and Big J's massive recreation of the Battle of Hornburg from The Lord of the Rings looks like more than just a playset; it's an all-out LEGO war.
We have worked with Lego to painstakingly collect and catalog almost every minifig ever produced into a photographic timeline. You will be able to see the evolution of the iconic figure starting with the iconic 1970s space, city and castle sets that you can see in our exclusive tour of the secret historic Lego vault.…
University of Canterbury's researcher Christopher Bartneck has discovered that Lego's iconic figurines are not as happy now as they were 25 years ago, when all their cleanly designed faces were happy. Now there are plenty of angry, doubtful and fearful faces. A sign of the times, no doubt.
If you haven't seen the 22 rules of storytelling tweeted by Pixar storyboard artist Emma Coats, go read them and then come back. We'll wait. It's worth it. Lego enthusiast Alex Eylar helps those rules for telling compelling tales stick to your brain by illustrating 12 of them with Lego minifigs.
Opportunities for skiing aside, life on Hoth can be brutal. The planet features little life (and some of that life wants to eat you), and if you're separated from your home base and your tauntauns, you're likely in for an icy death. The dramatic Lego scenes capture the highs and lows of life on the snowy Star Wars…
Fine Clonier makes custom Lego minifigs, and he's currently working his way through the Doctor Who series, creating tiny plastic replicas of the various Doctors and his most recent companions. If only Lego and the BBC would team up to make these commercially available.