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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Fresh Batch of Star Trek: The Next Generation Easter Eggs

What? What else were you expecting? (photo credit unknown; via That’s Nerdalicious!)


And I'll Form the Head!

I Don’t Know Why LEGO William Shatner Is Time Traveling To William Shakespeare & I Don’t Care.

Oh, sweet mystery of life, at last I’ve found you!

(via io9)

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Avant-Garde Watercolor Wonder Woman

Does this count as cubism? It’s been a long time since Art Appreciation for Non-Majors. (via So Geek Chic, artwork by Adam Lister)


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Send in the Clones

Tatiana Maslany, Tatiana Maslany, and Tatiana Maslany pose on the cover of Entertainment Weekly. The Nerdist article featuring the reveal also introduces a new clone, but beware of spoilers…


This Makes Sense

Warner Bros. Has Chosen A Director For The LEGO Movie Sequel

We shared a brief word about The Lego Movie getting greenlit for a sequel last month but now we know who will be leading the charge.


There And Back Again

Official Lego The Hobbit Trailer Apes Classic Heist Movies, Is Awesome

I mean, by definition, everything is awesome, but this trailer particularly so. I imagine the actors behind all the dwarves in The Hobbit will also be pleased by this, considering that they made many jokes and even a fake trailer about Thorin’s Dirty Baker’s Dozen.

Previously in The Hobbit


This is The Dawning of the Age of Official Doctor Who Lego Sets

Lego Cuusoo can be pretty choosy about which sets based on licensed material that they allow on the site. By which I mean, if they don’t actually, or can’t actually (due to conflicting interests) get the license to those ideas, then they don’t get our hopes up by allowing projects based on those characters to go up on the site. Eagle eyed Cuusoo watching Whovians have just noticed, however, that Lego has just lifted a ban on Doctor Who based Cuusoo projects, explicitly stating that there are no longer hard conflicts between them and making the sets.

Have at it, Masters and Master Builders alike!

Previously in Doctor Who


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Mario Kart You Can Use

How was this not a thing before?? (via Geekosystem


Inside of a dog it's too dark to read

Famous Scenes From Literature, Done In LEGO

Waterstones, I’ve never had the chance to visit you—wrong country and all—but I love you. To coincide with the release of The Lego Movie, the UK bookstore recreated classic scenes from literature using LEGOs, then invited others to do the same and possibly win prizes. The Red Wedding loses some of its oomph when it’s made of little plastic blocks.

(via: The Huffington Post)


The Mary Sue

Meet Some Very Special Minifigures

The folks behind this Lego Professor Xavier’s school wanted to thank us for covering them, and offered to make Lego minifigures of us. We didn’t refuse, because who would refuse that and so I give you The Mary Sue’s full time writers, as minifigures. Left to right: Rebecca, Jill, and Susana. And now we all have new Facebook profile pics.

Previously in Lego