In celebration of the season 3 premiere of Bravest Warriors Ian Heath has created a Lego Catbug. Even better then that, he posted some easy to follow instructions to build your own. If you don’t have all the correct colors (purple) you can just swap for another. Now we just need a Lego Invisible Hideout.
Check out the Lego Catbug building guide over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/ochre_jelly/32178075586/
Lego has created one of the most funny Minifigure heads in their new Lego Dimensions Adventure Time Level Pack. Finn the Human has a goofy smile, and on the back side a derpy smile. Reddit user ColmiYveul realized the potential that this piece had and combined it with other well known Lego Minifigures. As you can see the results are something to remember. Then they quickly put together a small series with Tolkien and Disney Minifigs.
If you want to make your own, the good news is that the Adventure Time Level Pack is new, and still in stock at most retailers. Who knew one piece could has so many uses.
You can find the Reddit page for ColmiYveul Lego Adventure Time stuff over here: https://www.reddit.com/r/lego/comments/5ca10x/im_pretty_sure_finns_head_now_is_my_favorite_lego/
The crazy imagination of the Adventure Time TV is a great match for Lego. That is why there have been so many great MOCs and Lego Idea projects (see here). One of the newest Lego Adventure Time projects is titled Brick-built Adventure Time Figures, created by aBetterMonkey. The project proposes 15 Brick-Build Figures that total up to 640 Lego pieces. A whole lot of Lego Ideas projects are way too large to ever be produced by Lego, but 640 pieces is a pretty good sweet spot. The idea is to create a set of toys rather than a display model, but these look awesome! Make sure to go vote for the Lego Idea.
The Lego Adventure Time Figures would include:
- Finn with his sword
- Princess Bubblegum
- Lady Rainicorn
- Marceline with her axe-bass
- BMO with joysticks
- the Ice King with ice lightings
- Lumpy Space Princess
- Tree Trunks
- Flame Princess
- Earl of Lemongrab with his sword
- the Lich with green flames
- the snail
You can go vote for the Brick-built Lego Adventure Time Figures over on Lego Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/93648
Lego has recently announced the results of their Lego Ideas Winter 2014 Review. This is the first officially branded Lego Ideas Review, but all of the projects were approved under the old CUUSOO system. This review had a whole lot of projects. With Macross, the Legend of Zelda, Adventure Time, Back to the Future, Sherlock, and Japanese Old Style Architecture being considered. In the end, none of these projects were approved, but an older Lego CUUSOO idea will be the 8th Lego Ideas model. The Female Minifigure Set (Research Institute) has been announced, with a release date of August 2014!
It is interesting that over time these reviews are becoming more and more opaque to the public. Check out the whole video below:
Lego and Adventure Time are an almost perfect match. Fans of both have been hoping for Lego to pick up an official license. Jazlecraz has created an incredibly detailed Lego CUUSOO project based on Adventure Time. This is the best way to get Lego to notice the demand for Adventure Time. There are currently over 9,000 supporters for this project, and when it hits 10,000 Lego has to officially review the proposal and make a decision. Lego has officially commented on the Adventure Time Project, and noted that no new molds would be created for a CUUSOO project. Meaning that the minifigures have been set aside in favor for a micro scale theme. Everybody would still love to see Finn, Jake, BMO, Marceline, Princess Bubblegum, Ice King, and Lemongrab get their own microfigures.
The Adventure Time Project is focused on created one amazing micro scale Tree Fort. Consisting of about 400 Lego pieces in its current incarnation. This means that it would fit in with the current $34.99 price point that Lego has favored for their CUUSOO theme. There are also six micro scale Lego sets that have been added as a bonus. Showing what could be done if this becomes a full theme. One thing is certain, if these were real there would be a whole lot of Finn and Jake figures.
- The Micro Ice Castle features Finn, Jake, the Ice King, Penguins, and the Wildberry Princess.
- Marceline’s House would feature Finn, Jake, Marceline, Ice King, and Princess Bubblegum.
- Micro Lumpy Space would feature Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, the Lumpy Space Princess and the Lumpy Space King.
- Castle Lemongrab would feature Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, Lemongrab, and Lemongrab 2.
- The Micro Candy Castle would beature Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, Lady Rainicorn, and two other figures (I don’t know their names!).
- And finally, the Micro Tree Fort would feature Finn, Jake, BMO, Princess Bubblegum, Marceline, and the Ice King.
Make sure to support Jazlecraz’s Lego Adventure Time Project over at Lego CUUSOO: http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/38958
Cartoon Network has created a promo for Adventure Time where they completely redid the Main Title in Lego. The end result is a very well done recreation, showcasing many different styles of Lego building. This Lego Adventure Time looks so good it raises the demand for an official Adventure Time theme.
“(Lego) Adventure Time, C’mon grab your friends, We’ll go to very distant lands. With Jake the Dog and Finn the Human, The fun will never end, it’s (Lego) Adventure Time!”
Now lets see a Lego version for “Cake the Cat and Fionna the Human.”
Lego Adventure Time Main Title: http://youtu.be/6J1hvuCVTks
A Lego version of Adventure Time with Finn & Jake would make a great theme. The sheer craziness that is the Land of Ooo has created many great characters. For instance the Earl of Lemongrab, pictured above. Lemongrab happens to be one of those characters who have spun out of control and cause huge headaches for Finn & Jake. This build uses a Lego banana perfectly. I wonder what a Lego version of the Lemon Children would look like.
Check out Lemongrab’s Face, build by MrScareChrome, over on Flickr: