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Tag Archives: lego
What’s not to love about the LEGO figure of Quorra from TRON: Legacy. It took over 50 bricks just to build the head for this model. More views via Flickr user: Ochre Jelly. This movie’s not even out yet and … Continue reading
In a ceremony full of LEGO bricks, LEGO sculptures, and VIPs, Merlin Entertainments officially announced the 2011 opening of LEGOland Florida. After spending a few years skulking around Central Florida considering various options, they settled on Cypress Gardens based on … Continue reading
My son has finally reached the age where he’s playing regularly with LEGO blocks. Just in time too, as LEGO is now coming out with a line of Toy Story Mini Figures (aka MiniFigs) that look absolutely amazing. If you’re … Continue reading
The news that was spreading across the internet 10 days ago about LEGOland’s serious look at building in Central Florida has started to pick up steam with coverage by print and TV media. I’m hearing two rumors about the potential … Continue reading