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  1. On CW's The Flash in episode S03E11 Gypsy, the Team Flash uses Lego to map out the latest challenge that Barry needs to overcome. Interestingly, they don't use the actual Flash minifig to represent him (even though Flash and Arrow merchandise has been shown to exist in this universe) and instead use a custom red astronaut, along with Andrea from Lego Friends and a silver painted Axel from Nexo Knights. However, they do use a modified version of the little Banana Co. truck from 76026 Gorilla Grodd Goes Bananas, one of the sets that features the Flash, which is a neat easter egg. This very nice MOC was created by members of VLC: http://vlc.ca/forums/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=4759 Also, in the trailer for Spider-Man Homecoming you can see Peter Parker's friend Ned Leeds holding a Lego Death Star (and dropping it, breaking it into a million pieces ).
  2. More puns! The first one is based on an idea by mediumsnowman. Disappearing Pencil by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Cable Car by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Theshire Cat by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr
  3. Well deserved! This set was definitely the best thing to come out of 2016. By the way, for anyone interested in lighting their castle, keep an eye on this thread as Brickstuff is working on a lighting kit for this set and it's already looking promising! This be the first Lego lighting kit I'll be interested in purchasing!
  4. Click Bait by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr
  5. Nothing, I suppose. Just the way you said it earlier sounded a bit negative. Hm, good point... After all this time I forgot my prize too...
  6. That's kind of rude. It's a free gift, so I would just be grateful and accept it no matter what it is. You can always trade it later if you so wish. In other words: Don't look a gift manatee in the mouth.
  7. moc

    This is my Nightline City entry for the Lego Speeder Bikes Racing League contest. The Atomic Arrow is an extremely fast speeder bike named after its dart-like shape and neon-green glow. Equipped with a gamma fusion engine, hard-light stabilizer wings, and powerful thrusters, this lean, mean, racing machine was built for speed! You can see it here racing down the Nightline City Raceway at breakneck speeds piloted by its rider Jade Lightning. Atomic Arrow by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Atomic Arrow 2 by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Atomic Arrow 3 by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr A birds eye view of the streamlined dart shape of the Atomic Arrow: Atomic Arrow top by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr The front and back of the bike feature sensor arrays that help the pilot make split-second maneuvers. Atomic Arrow front by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr In addition to the main thruster, the bike also features two smaller steering thrusters. Atomic Arrow back by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr The underside of the Atomic Arrow features a pair of hoverpads that keep it airborne. Atomic Arrow bottom by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr I hope you like it, and race on!
  8. I guess they're supposed to be Japanese geta, but it just looks odd as you don't see the feet, making it seem like she's wearing them over socks. Same goes for the Hands of Time figs. And yes, I know it's not exactly the same hairpiece. I'm just saying it's odd how similar it is. Is it though? I mean, Zane has served as comedy relief quite often in the show, especially in recent seasons. Not as much as Jay of course, but they still make a lot of robot jokes with him, and the movie will probably continue that trend. Either way, it's hard to judge the characters from just this one image, so let's reserve our judgement at least until the first trailer.
  9. What people need to understand is that this is not meant to be a movie version of the TV show. Much like the Lego Batman Movie, this film is putting a humorous new spin on a beloved franchise, hence the exaggerated character designs. There's nothing wrong with the TV show, this is simply a different interpretation of it. Yes, it's a new fabric piece.
  10. Not really digging Kai at all. His hair looks ridiculous and I don't like the fact that he's wearing red. That really doesn't fit with the whole "realistic ninja garb" look they are going for with the others. The others look okay. It's a bit odd that Nya kinda looks like she has Pixal's hairpiece, and is she wearing flip flops? I'm loving Zane though. His angular design really matches with his robotic personality and I don't see what is so "horrific" about his hair. Looks very close to his usual hair style to me, just with the sideburns shaved off. After Lloyd, I'd say he's the closest to his original design. Then again, maybe I'm biased since he's my fav.
  11. Thanks! Mary Jane is the name of Shaggy's love interest in the Scooby Doo movie and both Deadpool and Capt. Boomerang owned unicorn toys in the movies.
  12. Nice Felicity and nice pic! You beat me to the joke. Here is some more superhero fun: LEGOS by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Mary Jane by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Superhero Bronies by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr
  13. I don't think this has been posted yet, so here is the official synopsis from The Brick Fan: It's interesting that they seem to be making Lloyd the protagonist rather than the original four ninjas which makes sense given his personal connection to the villain of the film. Also, this confirms that this movie is indeed part of the same continuity as TLM. I think the zany sci-fi/fantasy stuff is part of the charm of the theme and the movie seems to be embracing that as it promises a Pacific Rim style mech battle and there is a flying saucer in the first look we got, so don't count on it being very grounded. I know right? Who has ever heard of a ninja wearing black? Honestly, one of the things that always bugged me was how colorful the ninja were because of how un-ninja-like it was, so I'm actually glad that they are all wearing mostly black with only accents of their individual colors rather than the other way around.
  14. I think it's fine. It's meant for characters that don't have the classic Iron Man face shape and it works for that purpose well enough. That said, I do prefer the old one and I'm sure they will use it again for the next movie-based sets. I find it pretty ironic that everyone was complaining about the first Iron Man helmet because of the bulky visor and now that they made one without it, people are crying to have the old one back. There's just no pleasing some people. *smh