Experiment 626, more commonly known as Stitch has been let loose. By far one of the cutest laboratory experiments, even though he was designed to destroy populated areas. Stitch has been officially classified extremely dangerous. The good news is that he met Lilo in Hawaii, where a series of adventures taught him to ignore all his programming. Resulting in Stitch becoming one of the most enduring characters. This Lego Stitch MOC is created by Legohaulic. Who has spent months carefully refining this design. The figure is just about 7 inches tall, and has 13 points of articulation. Meaning that Stitch can be posed doing almost anything you can image. He also has a collection of costumes, from Halloween to Experiment 626 (where he grows 2 more arms, and antennae).
Lego Stitch is up on Lego Ideas, so make sure to vote for it if you want Lego to make this into an official set.
Check out Lego Stitch, by Legohaulic, on Lego Ideas here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/156797
Kang & Kodos are some of the most iconic Simpsons characters. They landed on the Simpsons in the season 2 Treehouse of Horror special all the way back in 1990. Since then they have popped up in all sorts of episodes, but you can find them somewhere in every Treehouse of Horror. This Lego Kang & Kodos MOC is the creation of 6kyubi6. Who has been diligently recreating Springfield with their “Springfield Project” (here). The duo is looking good, and fit in perfectly with the standard Minifigure scale.
Check out the Simpsons MOC: Kang & Kodos!, built by 6kyubi6, over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/7kyubi7/
Lego is going strong with their Collectible Minifigures theme. The recent Series 13 has proven to be extremely hard to find, with most retailers sold out long ago. 2015 is going to be another weird year for this theme. The next release will be the Simpsons Series 2 (a bunch of early production images were leaked). After that the official Series 14 will be released in the late summer or early fall. Breaking with the normal formula this series will be completely themed for Halloween. There will be 16 various monster and horror themed Minifigs in this release, some of them will even feature some extremely cool new molds.
So far 11 of them have been leaked, with the other 5 still hidden away somewhere. There is the (80s?) Frankenstein, Zombie Office Worker, Zombie Cheerleader, the Tigeress (a female tiger), a Mad Scientist, a Werewolf named Kel, a Zombie Pirate Captain, a Plant Man, a Witch and her Black Cat, a Vampire (actually a Vampiress), and a Skeleton Costume Man.
The Tigeress might be one of the most popular of Minifigures, coming with one of those new Minifig tails, and a neat 1960ish hair piece with ears.
The other stand out is the crazy Mad Scientist. This is the first Minifigure to come with an elongated head. This is a super cool piece but most likely it is attached to the glasses/hair. Making it a little less interesting.
The Werewolf is looking pretty familiar (Monster Fighters) and the Undead Pirate has some awesome printing. Check out the skull and crossbones, this one is looking extra dead.
The Plant Guy is maybe the least interesting figure, and the Witch represents a pretty popular Halloween style.
The Vampiress is looking deadly, and the plainish Skeleton Guy is pretty charming.
These leaked images of the Lego Collectible Minifigures Series 14 (71010) were posted over on Baidu, but have apparently been taken down. http://tieba.baidu.com/p/3544398851
If you are looking for a way to spice up your Lego pumpkins this year, then this Pumpkinbot is for you. The whole thing transforms from an innocent looking pumpkin into a deadly battle bot. This Lego Pumpkinbot is the work of Chris Maddison. Who wants everyone to have a Happy Halloween this year with these complementary instructions. Now you too can build your own. The first thing you will need is a part list:
- 30602 – 16 Orange slopes
- 3020 – 8 Orange 2×4 plate
- 6141 – 15 Dark Bley Circular 1×1 flat
- 6141 – 2 Reddish Brown Circular 1×1 flat
- 6141 – 1 Trans-Red Circular 1×1 flat
- 87087 – 2 Dark Bley 1×1 with Stud on 1 Side
- 61252 – 8 Dark Bley 1×1 with open O clip
- 3794b – 1 Dark Bley 2×1 with 1 stud center
- 60478 – 2 Dark Bley 2×1 with handle on end
- 2540 – 1 Dark Bley 2×1 with handle on side
- 2555 – 2 Dark Bley 1×1 with clip on top
- 3062b – 2 Dark Bley 1×1 round grey tall
- 30162 – 2 Dark Bley Binoculars
- 3023 – 1 Dark Bley 2×1 Plate
- 32002 – 2 Dark Bley Technic 3/4 Pin
- 30033 – 1 Dark Bley 2×2 with bar frame
- 11090 – 1 Dark Bley Bar holder with clip
- 98138 – 1 Trans-Red Flat-top 1×1
- 6246a – 1 Dark Bley Utensil Tool Screwdriver
- 4740 – 1 Orange 2×2 Radar dish
- 4081b – 1 Dark Bley 1×1 with clip
- 4081b – 1 Reddish Brown 1×1 with clip
- 4285b – 1 Orange 6×6 Webbed Radar Dish
- 4599 – 1 Orange 1×1 Tap
- 33183 – 1 Bright Green Carrot Top
If you need to purchase everything it should add up to about $15-20 depending on shipping. And, if you are lucky enough to own everything already… get building.
Check out Chris Maddison’s Pumpkinbot and the Instructions over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cmaddison/10601306324/
Thanks to Reddit and JimmyLegs50 for the parts list: https://www.reddit.com/r/lego/comments/2kfkqb/pumpkin_bot_with_instructions_not_by_me/
It is that time of the year where all the ghosts and ghouls come out and play with Lego. These super cute Lego Halloween decorations are the creation of nobu_tary. These brick built figures are dressed up as a Werewolf and Witch. The details are all well considered. For instance the SNOT style building, which is a Halloween approved acronym. The end result are two very cartoonish Lego figures full of character.
Also included, are a handful of other Halloween builds. Two of the more adorable and simple ghosts are ready to scare any trick-or-treators. The sausage based mouth is ingenious. There is also a huge bat (giving off Batman vibes) and a light-up jack-o-lantern.
Check out all of the Halloween creations by nobu_tary over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/127525305@N02/15407457010/
“This is Halloween, this is Halloween
Pumpkins scream in the dead of night”
Jack Skellington, from The Nightmare Before Christmas, is one of the most instantly recognizable characters. His spider like arms and legs, the skeletal frame, and ghostly face make Jack an incredibly difficult character to translate into Lego. Here, Carl Merriam has created his own version of Jack Skellington in Lego. The scale of this figure will dwarf a normal minifigure. Those limbs make it so hard for Jack Skellington to stand up on his own, but the technic bricks seem to holding. Seeing this MOC of Jack Skellington just makes you want to see more Nightmare Before Christmas Lego.
Jack, The Pumpkin King can be seen at Carl Merriam’s Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/39069854@N07/9360110291/
This might be the best Lego Minifigure costume. This homemade Halloween costume is super cool, especially compared to the official Legoland ones. This Minifig costume was shared by YouTube user, citizenera5er, whose son is going to win a whole lot of costume contests.