LEGO Johnny 5: Not QUITE Alive, But Still Pretty Damn Charming

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It would have been impressive if Johnny 5 were merely sculpted from LEGO bricks. But Brickshelf user rack911 did one better and created a Johnny 5 with fully working treads and a-we'll call it partially functional-laser cannon. But appreciate the art carefully, dear reader. Johnny 5's no-nonsense, wisecracking personality has been documented as a stronger pheromone than that of even the fabled Spanish fly. And licking an LCD may or may not cause electric shock.

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Illustration for article titled LEGO Johnny 5: Not QUITE Alive, But Still Pretty Damn Charming
Illustration for article titled LEGO Johnny 5: Not QUITE Alive, But Still Pretty Damn Charming
Illustration for article titled LEGO Johnny 5: Not QUITE Alive, But Still Pretty Damn Charming
Illustration for article titled LEGO Johnny 5: Not QUITE Alive, But Still Pretty Damn Charming
Illustration for article titled LEGO Johnny 5: Not QUITE Alive, But Still Pretty Damn Charming
Illustration for article titled LEGO Johnny 5: Not QUITE Alive, But Still Pretty Damn Charming
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DISCUSSION

tendomentis
tendomentis

@Elliuotatar: You forgot that his magic red toolbox also contained an umbrella along with the grapple, cutting torch, and hang glider you already mentioned...and yet still had enough internal storage space to store the two books he decided he MUST have from the book store.

Damn you giz, now I can't get the Short Circuit 2 opening music out of my head.