With new Lego sets and a new film less than a month away renewed interest in Iron Man is hitting a fevered peak.
Iron Man’s Hall of Armor is one of those quintessential comic book settings. Right up with the Bat Cave, the Baxter Building, and the X–Mansion, the Hall of Armor is a perfect base for our favorite Iron Man.
Jared Chan of Flickr has created a definitive version of the Hall of Armor. Some of the details, such as, the glowing blue lighting, and the Mark 1 suit help what could be a boring build stand out. The success of this MOC has sparked the imagination of many a Lego fan and has even landed it a Cuusoo page.
Are you looking for even more Lego Iron Man Hall of Armor builds? Check these out:
Lego Stark Industries Armory: http://everydaybricks.com/lego-stark-industries-armory-iron-man-hall-of-armor/
Lego instructions for an Laboratory / Hall of Armor: http://everydaybricks.com/iron-mans-laboratory-hall-of-armor/
Review of the Lego Iron Man Malibu Mansion set: http://everydaybricks.com/iron-man-malibu-mansion/
Keshen8’s video imagining Tony Stark getting ready: http://everydaybricks.com/lego-iron-mans-suit/
Did you know that the arms from the new Lego Flashlights can fit in the standard minifigure holes? Mind blown.
Check it out for yourself. Flickr user MrMacy’s Alberet The Giant Slayer illustrates it perfectly.
“By the Power of Grayskull”, who knew that Lego would be such a great medium for rendering 80’s cartoons in 3D!
Flickr user Fraslund’s Grayskull He–Man is perfect. Master of the Lego Universe indeed. All night I will be saying “I Have the Power!”.
The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (TMNT) sets have some of the most expressive Minifigs, too bad most of the set designs are based off the newer shows. Now if Lego could release some sets with the animated 80’s style, they would sell boat loads.
Flickr user LegoJalex created the classic Turtle Party Wagon. Totally awesome! For some reason I feel like some pizza…
The best science fiction landscapes are the ones that look the most foreign. A great example of this is Brickthing’s MOC “Early Explorations Of Foogara–7.”
“Analysis of preliminary scans indicated that Foogara-7 was a hostile and lifeless planet due to the poisonous Chlorine air and noxious swamps. However, an accidental secondary scan revealed a myriad of flora covering the planet surface, somehow able to survive in the seemingly uninhabitable environment.”
Some of the alien flora is beyond amazing.
HispaBrick Magazine 016 has been released.
Featuring Ships, Leaf Weaving, Mindstorms, Reviews, Interviews and more.
By far the best Lego Magazine out there. As usual the content is amazing. A convenient PDF is now available for download, woo.