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Citizen Brick Creates Custom Twin Peaks LEGO Minifigs (Backwards Talking Not Included)

 

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At last, it’s the LEGO minifig set you weren’t sure you needed right up until you saw it.

Twin Peaks has been LEGO-fied, and we’ve come full circle in the merchandising of this entire franchise. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, it’s just… who would have thought that so many years ago, we’d be looking at an actual LEGO set based on Twin Peaks of all things?

Okay, to be fair, it’s not an official LEGO set. They’re custom-printed LEGO minifigs. But man, they sure are detailed. I mean, just take a look at the gaunt cheeks on Agent Cooper or the sweater/cardigan on Log Lady. There are enough minifigs here for you to turn your LEGO City set into your very own recreation of Twin Peaks, though you’ll probably have to supply the backwards talking on your own. The packaging even helps you here: if you fold it just right, you’ll get your own cardboard version of the Red Room.

If you’re looking to score one of these sets, you can do so for $60 (dang) on the Citizen Brick website.

Creep on, LEGO fans.

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