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LEGO Always Shoot First: Guardians of the Galaxy + Star Wars + Firefly

A conversation between Peter Quill, Han Solo, and Malcolm Reynolds, discussing the age old question: when is it ok to shoot first?

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LEGO Guardians of the Galaxy: Star-Lord’s Mix Tape

Star-Lord’s most prized possession is a mix tape left to him by his mother. But after playing the tape every day for over 20 years, the quality might have degraded… just a little…

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Lego The Walking Dead Season 5 - Trailer

Lego stop motion animation of The Walking Dead Season Five Trailer.

Police officer Rick Grimes leads a group of survivors in a world overrun by zombies. After learning that Terminus was nothing but a trap, Rick and the group must do whatever it takes to escape.

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Gradior: A Medieval LEGO Castle That Transforms Into a Walking Robot

"Did you make this yourself?"
-Yup.

"Will you make instructions?"
-Nope.

"Why did it take you so long to upload again?"
-Things are done when they are done.

"You should put this on Lego Ideas!"
-Thanks for the vote of confidence, but this’ll never make it.

"Howl’s Moving Castle!"
-Is an excellent movie. Wasn’t a direct inspiration, but certainly didn’t hurt.

(by Mahj)

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy in LEGO!

The Guardians of the Galaxy trailer completely redone in LEGO!

Directed by Forrest Whaley
Animation by Sean Willets & Forrest Whaley
Production Assistance provided by Paul Hollingsworth

Guardians of the Galaxy © 2014 Marvel. Rated PG-13.
IMAX© is a registered trademark of the IMAX Corporation.

LEGO Star Wars: No Life Forms Aboard

In a desperate move, R2-D2 and C3PO flee from Princess Leia’s besieged vessel in an escape pod. Unfortunately, a few Imperial gunners have learned to think for themselves.

Directed and Animated by Kevin Ulrich.

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Building a 7-Foot Long LEGO Serenity (Time Lapse)

This was filmed over the course of about 14 months and encompasses 4166 individual images, taken at 60 second intervals, plus detail images from the first build.

More information can be found at:
brickfrenzy.com
flickr.com/photos/brickfrenzy/7717710438

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