We've seen people build some pretty amazing stuff with LEGO, including detailed scenes from Mad Max and the locations of Middle Earth in their entirety. However, this robotic LEGO arm created by Max Shepherd, and built primarily with Technic pieces, takes the custom LEGO build in a completely different direction. Read More...

When LEGO first announced their Lord of the Rings line, we were excited by the prospects of mini-figure armies fighting for control of Middle Earth! At Toy Fair 2012, the LEGO showroom didn't disappoint with the first wave of sets from the blockbuster films based on the world created by J.R.R. Tolkein. While we can expect tons more LotR LEGOs in the future, this first barrage gives a nice variety, from Gandalf's fireworks-laden wagon to the walls of Helm's Deep! Join us as we take you through the entire lineup of LEGO sets that will "rule them all"!

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If you're looking for a quick and easy way to add a little extra flair to your next LEGO creation then look no further. BrickStix are stickers created by Greyson MacLean when he was just 9 years-old that can be slapped on mini-figs and anything else we create to add a unique touch not found in standard LEGO construction sets. Read More...

Space travel is anything but cheap, however, two Canadian high school students recently sent a man into space on mere $400 budget! Okay, so it wasn't a real man and he didn't actually go into space, but sending a Lego man up 80,000 feet to catch a glimpse of the Earth's curvature and the blackness of space is still pretty impressive when you consider the young duo did it just for fun. Read More...

The one Ring could easily fit over Frodo's entire body now that he and his Fellowship are about to be immortalized as LEGO Minifigs in the upcoming Lord of the Rings line! The two images we were sent show a set of the fine folk of Middle Earth who set out to destroy the Ring of Power, and a set of shifty-eyed Orcs and nogoodniks. Just look at that Gollum and tell us he isn't the cutest, and creepiest, thing you've seen all day! Read More...

The idea for official LEGO Minecraft products got a huge response when it showed up on LEGO CUUSOO. So much so the developers behind the block-building game showed their support by contacting LEGO directly. Now another video game enthusiast has an idea for LEGO sets – LEGO Legend of Zelda. Read More...

Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies have featured one of the coolest Batmobiles we’ve ever seen. The Tumbler (as its known in the films) was basically a tank that could plow through or drive over just about any obstacle. LEGO had a Tumbler construction set available for awhile, but it has become very rare (and expensive). Thankfully, there’s a new LEGO Tumbler available for Batfans. Read More...

With all the licensing deals LEGO has nabbed over the years – Star Wars, Indiana Jones, DC Comics, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean... should I keep going? -- we find it very surprising that no Lord of the Rings LEGO sets have seen the light of day, until now.

That's right builders, nearly 11 years after Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings film trilogy was first introduced to the masses LEGO has finally earned exclusive rights to begin production of build-and-play construction sets based on the franchise. And, with The Hobbit films growing ever closer they decided it would be a good idea to grab those rights too. Read More...

LEGO bricks let us use our imagination to build and design nearly anything in the physical world. Minecraft for PCs lets us use our imagination to build and design nearly anything in a virtual world. Now, Minecraft developer Mojang and the LEGO Group are joining forces to bring us Minecraft-themed LEGO sets!

The project began as a fan-created idea from users "suparMacho" and "koalaexpert" on the LEGO Cuusoo website - a place where LEGO enthusiasts can share their ideas with actual LEGO employees. If a submitted idea gets support from 10,000 different users it will be reviewed by a "LEGO jury" and possibly become an actual product. Read More...


Faster then a speeding bullet-- these exclusive DC Universe Super Heroes minifigures will be disappearing from the DC Comics' booth at this year's New York Comic-Con! While Batman and Green Lantern were given out to fans during San Diego Comic-Con, this will be everyone's first chance to score the Man of Steel himself, Superman! Yep, a tiny Kal-El can be in your pocket for free by simply stopping by the LEGO booth... like you needed an excuse.

The new LEGO DC Universe SUPER HEROES collection will feature 13 iconic super heroes in LEGO minifigure form, including: Batman™, Robin™, Catwoman™, The Joker, The Riddler™, Two-Face, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn™, Bane, Bruce Wayne, Superman™, Lex Luthor™ and Wonder Woman™. Buildable characters will include Batman, The Joker and Green Lantern.

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Batman and LEGOs are two of my favorite things on the planet, so you can imagine how excited I was when I found out a 13 year-old kid made a life-size LEGO Batman out of nothing but… you guessed it, LEGOs! What could be better than Batman forking over spare LEGO bricks while you’re rushing to finish your latest build? Read More...

Some of you may remember Orion Pax as the fellow who put together this awesome LEGO Batcave, complete with Tim Burton style Batmobile and super cool lighting effects. Now Pax is back with another awesome creation -- LEGO Nike MAG sneakers based on the limited edition run that was recently up for auction to raise money for the Michael J. Fox Foundation. Read More...

When we found this 10,000 brick LEGO Sandcrawler we were absolutely blown away by the amount of detail. It drives via radio control, lights up and even has a droid mangling conveyor belt on the inside. It seemed like it would be hard to beat, but Iomedes has done it with this Venator Class Star Destroyer.

The Venator Class Star Destroyer is one of the largest ships from the Star Wars movies and this LEGO version is a surprising 8-feet long! It’s not the first Venator Class built from LEGOs, but this build steals the show by being all LEGO and not relying on glue and screws to hold itself together. Read More...

While true LEGO diehards are busy popping out the model home from Arrested Development and Middle Earth in its entirety, most of us are left with a box of plastic bricks and limited freestyle LEGO building abilities. Thankfully a new website has sprung up to change all that. Read More...

These custom LEGO builds keep getting better and better. Over the course of a month artist Sean Kenney and his team recreated the Trump International Hotel & Tower using 65,000 plastic bricks and it stands 10-feet tall!

The real Trump Hotel & Tower has glass covering the entire exterior that reflects the city’s skyline and the team behind this build thought their scaled down version should have the same effect. The only problem is reflective glass LEGO bricks are a little hard to come by. Read More...

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