Tired of building your own unofficialLEGO R2-D2's? That's a first-world problem if I've ever heard of one. But LEGO is dropping a 2,100-piece astromech droid in May anyways as part of their Ultimate Collector Series. He stands just short of a foot tall, will cost around $250, and I will eat some of the pieces. "Some?" Most of.
Hit the jump for a video of some of the LEGO designers talking about the model. Man, I wanna be a LEGO designer.
This is a video of one of Geekologie Reader Liz's coworkers at the LEGO Store in Minneapolis showing off his homemade LEGO Portal Gun. The gun took about a year to plan, three weeks to build, and is just under 2,000 pieces. It has a LEGO Mindstorm controller stuffed inside, s... / Continue →
Listen, I love LEGO as much as the next guy who's tried eating a bowl of them with milk (successfully I might add), but I'm on the fence about this LEGO Wiimote. Like, literally -- I've got a fencepost trying to sneak its way right between my buttcheeks. I'm kind of diggin' i... / Continue →
Remember the full-size LEGO house that was built and then subsequently demolished (there are kids in Africa that have to play with dirt, GOD!)? Well the episode of James May's Toy Stories featuring the house finally aired, and this is part of it. I particularly liked the LEGO... / Continue →