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I went to Argos (a UK retailer) a few months ago, when I went in and bought the Star Wars advent calendar, the woman serving me was giving me this "you're special, aren't you" kind of look, needless to say it was awkward. Whenever I buy a set, even if I'm in the recommended age range for a particular set, I still get a weird look from the cashier. I am a TFOL, and I know that AFOLs get it much worse, but AFOLs do have the advantage of other people assuming that they're buying it for their kid. Before I just bought primarily Bionicle and Star Wars, but know that I'm interested in getting Nexo Knights sets, it's gonna get worse. "When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up." -C. S. Lewis-
"Judgment Day" Order in the court! In the matter of the people versus Harvey Dent, how does the prisoner plead? Guilty... Guilty... Guilty... A scene from the episode “Judgment Day” from Batman: The Animated Series recreated in Lego. This is the only scene I’m making from this interesting episode, but I really like how it came out nonetheless. I did takes some artistic liberty in terms of colors, choosing white over dark tan (Which I use too much of already anyways), and It’s not too often I make large statues, but I think Lady Justice turned out well; in particular her sword. The Judge, or Two-Face, is one of the more interesting characters to come out of B:TAS, and I’m happy to finally recreate him in Lego format. The Judge; from Batman the Animated Series. Created as a subconscious superego third personality by Two-Face, the “Judge” acted like a vigilante and attacked villains including Two-Face himself, in attempts to purge Gotham from its crime. Enjoy ~Captain Nemo