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Category Archives: Toys
A few months ago, we gazed in awe at Mark Anderson’s rendering of Darwyn Cooke’s Catwoman, using only Lego bricks. Â Over on his site, Mark has been at it again, only this time his subject is everybody’s favorite neurotic kid, … Continue reading
Don’t be mistaken, this is not a reproduction of Darwyn Cooke’s Catwoman. Mark Anderson did this line art portrait completely in Lego.Â Just check out the detail photos on its Flickr page for proof.Â This is, obviously, trÃ¨s amazing. (via … Continue reading
Christopher Tan is a Nanoblock enthusiast who regularly posts new comics-based designs on his Facebook page.Â These models are typically a quarter of the size of comparable Lego designs, and I think they’re pretty cute.
If you want a real-life costume to match your DC Universe Online garb, head to Mr Lee’s store in Madrid, where bespoke super-suits are made to order.Â Â A real-life Edna Mode, so to speak, but without the Spandex. (via Ads … Continue reading
Instantly recognisable, even without the quiff ! Â What’s not to like ? (via The Tintin Blog)
Mariann Asanuma may be a freelance Lego artist and author in her own right, somehow the knack of the brick must run in the family.Â Her brothers Matt and Mike have been competing lately with Marvel-inspired creations that are quite … Continue reading
Lego wizard Michael Jasper has his peers puzzled with this scene of Panoramix brewing a potion.Â If you know how he does this, tell me ! (via the Brothers Brick)
You’ve probably seen the “My parents are deaaad” image popping up all over the interwebs.Â Now you can easily create your own stupid, zany or disturbing Batman and Robin dialogues with the Batman Comic Generator.Â Neat. (Thanks to Eclecticbox – … Continue reading
This Alley Oop board game was produced by Whitman in 1936, and was put of for auction recently on Heritage Auctions.Â Thanks to reader Lyle Tucker, you can now print out the game board, and play Oop yourself (after the … Continue reading