@LEGOdouMoko spent the last couple of months wowing the internet with their Lego recreations of Kill La Kill's cast. With that series now over, the Lego customizer and sculptor has stayed busy and on top of the current anime crazes with photos of their designs based on series like JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and Sailor Moon. Check out the results after the jump.
LEGO sculptor @ChaosBrick has unveiled the amazing fruit of six months of work with a look their life-sized recreation of Hatsune Miku made out of the plastic building blocks. Check it out after the jump.
Animator Brian Anderson has to remind us that he doesn't work for Naughty Dog or Traveller's Tales, because his mock LEGO game videos are just that convincing. The latest imagines a world in which the bleak world of The Last of Us is given the LEGO treatment after the jump.
Helmed by 21 Jump Street and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller, with co-direction from Chris McKay (Robot Chicken), The LEGO Movie looks like, well, a LEGO movie. What did you expect? See some childhood classic LEGO figures, as well as Batman and Ninja Turtle party dude Michelangelo, in the trailer after the jump.
It's been in the works for a while, but LEGO builder Moko is finally able to show off his finished Neon Genesis Evangelion Eva Unit-01. The final build tops off at nearly four feet tall, and weighs in at 9.4 kg (20.7 pounds). Pics past the jump!
Macross co-creator Shoji Kawamori has a history of checking how his mecha designs work in three dimensions and transform using LEGO. Shinichirō Watanabe says he spent his time on Macross Plus fiddling with them. Now, to promote the Macross 30th anniversary game, he's given a new demonstration. Get a look after the jump.
LEGO recently sponsored a project called Build Up Japan to celebrate the 50th anniversary of LEGO's presence in the region. Using 1.8 million blocks, 5,000 children built a map of their vision of the archipelago's future. See the results after the jump.
Between the scuttled live-action Akira remake project and the Japanese exhibition of the work of creator Katsuhiro Otomo, there's been a considerable revival of interest in the apocalyptic classic. Lego sculptor Arkov was recently inspired to create an impressive diorama of the climactic confrontation between a weaponized laser-armed Kaneda and mutated Tetsuo. Check it out after the jump!