When it comes to LEGO movies on the big screen, Star Wars doesn't get a look in - but on the small screen, there's one studio that dominates...
There's no need to dig out your hydrospanner or sonic screwdriver for this month's Mod Squad addition to 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer set.
Because there's no such thing as the perfect LEGO set.
As soon as the trailers started to appear creative fans began to make their own The Rise of Skywalker concepts - so weíve pulled together the most exciting suggestions and ideas to highlight the talent of the LEGO community.
Even with LEGO, there's room for improvement.
Our forum upgrade continues with an updated and curated custom dioramas thread that will guide you to inspiration.
If you're over waiting for LEGO to come out with more sets from The Mandalorian then get out your box of bricks and click through for the remedy.
There's no need to get out and push this modified Corellian freighter.
Have you ever wanted a ship, figure, or model from your favorite movie to only find out that they donít make it or you are not quite satisfied with what is available? Thatís where 3D printing and 3D modelling comes in and where your limitation is, in fact, your imagination.
Two years in the making is the bricked up version of LucasArts's Episode I: Racer.
Remember when LEGO blew us all away with 10178 Motorized AT-AT back in 2007? Ooo, I 'member! Click through for something better.
While LEGO isn't accepting any more Ideas proposals for any of IPs that they have already licensed, we wanted to highlight this Cloud City play set
, built at MicroFighter-scale because it is so inventive. Unlike many Ideas pitches this hasn't been mocked up with a CAD package but is actual (ABS) bricks and mortar. And while it is compact and bijou - the set includes all the iconic Cloud City locations - it uses space well and circles around the gantry where Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader had their famous father and son face off. If you'd like to see that scene produced check out I Am Your Father
which needs less than 400 votes to make it to the final LEGO review panel.
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