In celebration of LEGO's 50th anniversary the company is releasing a collector's guide that will contain every set ever made from 1958 to 2008. Which is about 8,000 sets. OH YEAH! Each will be categorized by year of production and will have a rating from 1 to 6 LEGO blocks depending on its rarity. The book is dropping in Germany in a few months for about $35, and it should make its way to North America later in the year. I for one can hardly wait to get my hands on a copy. All those delicious plastic models to feast my little eyes upon. Man I'm so excited I could shit a LEGO brick! Uh oh, that was no LEGO.
All Encompassing LEGO Collector's Guide [ohgizmo]
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Brickarms is a company that specialized in custom LEGO weapons and minifigs. This picture is of all their regular weapons, sold as the 'Ultra Arsenal' Weapons Pack for $18. It includes the following:
* M1911 .45 Pistol * M23 Pistol * M23 SOCOM Pistol * PPK Sp... / Continue →
These are two dinosaur skeleton LEGO sets designed by Geekologie reader jazlecraz that are up for support on the LEGO CUUSO website (where if they reach 10,000 supporters LEGO will review the sets for manufacture). How LEGO hasn't already made sets like these is beyond me. Ki... / Continue →