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  1. MOC: Tailgating with a sixpack of Duff Beer I was genuinely conflicted as to where to post this. I'd considered the Scale forum, but that didn't seem right. Maybe the Special forum? Possibly, but again not right. So, I've put it in the Licensed forum for its Simpson's reference. I hope you enjoy it - now, if you'll excuse me I have to crack open another beer - it looks like i spilled the first. More stuff and nonsense on Flickr - Mods: Please feel free to move this elsewhere if you think it's a better fit there.
  2. FastBrickStudios

    [MOC] The Simpsons Krusty Burger

    I was initially very surprised by the lack of Simpson themed sets that LEGO has put out. With the lack of these sets in mind, there are plenty future set possibles to come and further expand Springfield! Given the show's success, and with it being the longest-running TV comedy, I would've expected LEGO to release many more sets (even a 3rd Minifigure series). With greatly enjoying both LEGO and The Simpsons, I found it to be a perfect opportunity to take on this fun and somewhat difficult challenge of both building and designing none other than Krusty Burger! I've tried to keep the very same building style as the other 2 Simpson sets LEGO has released previously, squeezing in as much detail as possible leading to a more filled up and less boring restaurant. By the way, I've posted this build onto LEGO Ideas: Hope you like the build !
  3. gryffindorbrickkid

    CMFs for former themes

    Imagine if LEGO brought back any of your favourite themes like The Simpsons, LOTR or POTC for a CMF series. Who will you choose to be in that said series.
  4. Graphics & Renders By Gabriele Zannotti ( 2016 marks the 25th anniversary of The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop’s first appearance in the twenty-first episode of show’s second season on May 9th, 1991 titled Three Men and a Comic Book. This year The Simpsons theme has taken what I assume is a break therefore I found an opportunity to create the next model that would succeed 2015’s 71016 - Kwik-E-Mart. With superheroes and pop culture being a primary aspect of LEGO's relationship with many well-known IP's I found Android's Dungeon to be a worthy fit with the theme. The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr This highly detailed and iconic model of The Simpsons store is packed with rich, colourful details! Walk under the huge Android's Dungeon sign and join Bart, Millhouse and Martin as they browse the shelves filled with comics, collectibles, toys and more – including: Radioactive Man #1, 10182 - Café Corner, Itchy, Scratchy, Poochie figurines, Perky Patty's Princess Shop, Grand Theft Scratchy - Video Game, Malibu Stacy Doll, Star Wars (1977) - VHS, C3PO Bust and many more! This fantastic model includes 6 Minifigures: Homer Simpson, Bart Simpson, Marge Simpson, Comic Book Guy, Milhouse Van Houten, Martin Prince and Radioactive Man. The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr ________________________________________________ Follow Me On... Facebook - Flickr - Instagram - Deviantart - Twitter - Youtube - LinkedIn - Behance - Feedback and criticism is much appreciated. Adeel
  5. DocStrange

    Lego Simpsons 2020

    This is a page based on the new possibility of a new Lego Simpsons sets and CMF sets. This is not for the older sets but the possibility of new sets.
  6. So LEGO Simpsons. An oddball theme that came out of left field. This theme had 2 sets, 3 Dimentions sets, and 2 CFM series. Man, what is it with this theme and the number 2? So, there is a rumor out there, I found out about it through BrickVault, that Simpsons may be returning this year. I don't think it's all that possible, but I do hope it comes true. So below are sets that LEGO should make in The Simpsons. 5: Mr. Plow truck. Coming from one of my favorite episodes of all time, a Mr. Plow set would be great. The set would have the truck itself, an exclusive Home in his Mr. Plow attire, an Exclusive Grandpa Simpson, and an exclusive Bart, to help recreate that commerical. The Set would be $20 USD. (United States Dollars) 4: Springfield Police Station. Retailing for $100 USD, this set would be a detailed Springfield Police Station and come with Lou, Eddie, Cheif Wiggum, Snake, and Lionel Hutz. This is a pretty self explainatory set, but this would be pretty cool. 3: Springfield Elementery. This would be the next Simspsons House. Retailing for $200, this would be a 2 floor and basement set, and this would have 2,500 pieces. It would look like how it looks like in the show, and would have 10 rooms. The figures would be Bart, Lisa, Milhouse, Skinner, Superintendent Chalmers, Ralph, Ms. Krapapple, Nelson, Martian, and 5 student characters. 2: The Blocko Store. Man, would this be a set! Retailing for $50, this would be the Blocko store from episode 497 "The D'oh-cial Network". This set would have Lisa, Homer, Bart, Marge, a store clerk, and Maggie. 1: Blockoland. From episode 263 "Hungry Hungry Homer", this set would be $200, and have 3 Blockland clerks, a ticket taker, the Simpsons family, the Flanders family, and 3 ride operators. The parts of the set will be just like in the episode.
  7. I built this set to match with the official LEGO Simpsons sets 71006 The Simpsons House and 71016 Kwik-E-Mart. I've included the pool table, jukebox, Laramie cigarette machine, love tester, television, and fully stocked bar (with hidden shotgun!) - all with a detachable roof and opening back wall. I also did custom graphics which are printed onto genuine Lego pieces for the wall-mountain photos and advertisements (including The B Sharps, Playdude, Duff Beer, Mount Lushmore, and Flaming Moe's - look at the final image to see them all). Full gallery at Moe's Tavern by mouseketeer 111, on Flickr Moe's Tavern by mouseketeer 111, on Flickr Moe's Tavern by mouseketeer 111, on Flickr
  8. Sir Brickalot

    Simpsons 2015 Rumors and Discussion

    EDIT; Image of 71016 The Kwik-E-Mart added. According to CM4Sci and David Thomsen, we will be getting a new minifigure series of The Simpsons next year. I expect that'll mean more sets too. Discuss!
  9. Hi everyone, in it's original state, the Simpsons house (71006) doesn't fit well with the modular buildings, but I still wanted to put it in my town, so I modified it accordingly, keeping the main features like the main windows, the studded brown roof, and the interior. And making it not too fancy... Also I added a shop for funny masks, i.e. the odd-shaped Simpsons figure heads: On the street in front of the shop: One guy trying on a Homer mask, and the mask manufacturer's salesman, just leaving the shop, always wears a Ned mask, scaring the guy in the front. Looking through the window, we see Matt, the owner of the shop, in the middle behind the counter: The workman in the front is removing damaged parts from the wall in order to repair it later - or in other words: I couldn't find a second dark tan 2x1x3 slope brick. :) Inside: Lots of masks (and sone full costumes) on offer: The interior of the upper floors is almost exactly like in the original set: I just added the missing fridge and shortened the couch so it doesn't block the entrance under the stairs. (And forgot the kitchen chairs in the photo.) Back side: » Flickr album Hope you like it...
  10. Build by Lego's rendering pics. Things that been modified: Roof, TV, bath room, car, decors, minifig etc. Have fun! LXF: http://www.eurobrick...75#entry1747714 Youtube Unofficial LDD 71006 The Simpsons House Roof MOD and more by Nachapon S., on Flickr Youtube Unofficial LDD 71006 The Simpsons House Roof MOD and more 3 by Nachapon S., on Flickr Youtube Unofficial LDD 71006 The Simpsons House Roof MOD and more 2 by Nachapon S., on Flickr
  11. MrLegoCollector

    Mr Burns Office MOC

    I tried to get this as accurate as possible to the office shown in the show. I'd have loved to have made a trap door but even with the heightened base it wouldn't drop a Minifigure clear. But I put the button on the desk next to the chair to be accurate anyhow. I designed the chair and phone and clock and desk but I think I got the design of the lamp from Lego and tweaked it a bit i didn't intend the power plant style base but the idea hit me when I got the batman movie sets and the curved red pipe piece plus it was a good way to incorporate Blinky the fish which I wanted to do. I think on future I'll add the curtains and some walls to one or both sides.
  12. I have rebuilt my Kwik-E-Mart on a 32 x 32 baseplate to fit into my modular street. I tried to only use parts from the official set except where it was necessary for my sliding door mod. More photos in my Flickr album And stop motion speed build video
  13. Peppermint_M

    Simpsons Halloween Raffle

    Here on Eurobricks we love to give our members cool prizes and we've got a treat for you. Two LEGO Dimensions character packs are up for grabs! Treehouse of Horror is now a Halloween tradition, so it fits the season! What I want to see is some Spooky Simpsons builds. We can see the folks of Springfield enjoying the festivities, representation of our favourite alien visitors or some creation of favourite tales from the treehouse. All you need to do is follow these simple rules: You need to be a member of Eurobricks who joined before the 20th October 2016.. This is a fun thing, so have FUN! The MOC needs to have at least two (2) original Lego pieces in it, NO clone ones. You can build either with real parts or use LDD, MLCad etc. The MOC needs to be new - no recycling here please - just fresh stuff. The entry must be posted in this thread before 10 pm GMT, by the 4th of November, 2016. Your entry must include one image (and only one image) and be no larger than 800x600. One entry per qualified member. All members including the Staff can join, all but me that is Two random qualifying builds will be drawn after entry closes and the creators will win the prize! So get building and have fun.
  14. BMW

    Simpsons PoolMobile

    Summer Fun is just around the Corner ! As Winter turns to Spring, can Summer be far behind? The town of Springfield thinks so... as they all enjoy a cool dip in the Springfield Poolmobile. 36 Simpsons characters are featured with delightful hijinks, including a couple customs not released by Lego. Can you find them all? Professor Jonathan Frink - Uses his Monsterometer to locate the Loch Ness Monster ( "Monty Can't Buy Me Love" 1999 ) Loch Ness Monster ( "Monty Can't Buy Me Love" 1999 ) Martin Prince - joins in a water ballet around Homer ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Patty Bouvier - ( "Selma's Choice" 1993 ) Selma Bouvier - ( "Selma's Choice" 1993 ) Jub Jub - Selma's Iguana ( "Selma's Choice" 1993 ) x Mr. Montgomery Burns - conspires with Smithers to dispose of a can of radioactive waste ( "Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish" 1990 ) Wayland Smithers - conspires with Mr. Burns to dispose of a can of radioactive waste ( "Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish" 1990 ) Blinky (3 eyed fish from "Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish" 1990 ) Groundskeeper Willi - Comic Book Guy - joins in a water ballet around Homer ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Edna Krabapple - joins in a water ballet around Homer ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Doctor Hibbert - joins in a water ballet around Homer ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Snake - Driving the truck because Lego hasn't made Otto (yet :-) Duffman - Lance Murdock - Jumps the pool of Snakes and Lions on his motorcycle ( "Bart the DareDevil" 1990 ) Homer - joins in a water ballet around Homer ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Bart - In a wheelchair homage to "Rear Window" ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Marge - Serving Lemonade Lisa - joins in a water ballet around Homer ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Maggie - Looking for her little Teddy Bear named "Bobo" ( "Rosebud" 1993 ) Abe Simpson Snowball II Santa's Little Helper - Bringing Bobo to Maggie ( "Rosebud" 1993 ) Bobo - A little worn for wear having been around the world ( "Rosebud" 1993 ) Milhouse - joins in a water ballet around Homer ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Apu Nahassapenapetilon Ned Flanders - Stalking Bart with an Axe "Only you can prevent Axe-idents" ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Crusty the Clown - Doing cartwheels off the diving board Mr. Teeny Nelson Muntz - Bullying Moleman and another child Hans Moleman - A victim of Nelson Muntz ( "Bart of Darkness" 1994 ) Chief Clancy Wigum - Relaxing while eating a slice of pie Ralph Wigum - Blowing Bubbles Itchy - Rides comfortably in the cab Scratchy - Has been tied to the front of the truck
  15. Homer's Highschool Hotrod is a late 60's musclecar with details from many makes and models from that era. I just wanted to create an attractive hotrod. ^ Remember the fenderbender? Well, Homer asked me to help him fix the dents in his left frontwing, and you know, one thing led to another.... ^ variation on taillighttreatment and engine intakes ^ The Man and his car ^ The Wife and her purse ^ Are you saying that this sucker is nuclear??
  16. DigitalWizards

    LEGO Ghostbusters

    Ghostbusters gets a LEGO movie makeover! Lots of brickbuilt effects. enjoy!
  17. Firstly I'd like to apologise for the white fabric used as the backdrop; at the time of photographing it I didn't have any paper that was large enough, it didn't stop me though. Now on to the review! When The Simpsons theme was announced many people were very surprised and shocked that LEGO would be making sets based off The Simpsons TV show. We all expected several smaller playsets however it turned out that LEGO as brave enough to kick off a brand new theme with a direct to consumer set and a licenced collectable minifigures series. Here we are a year later with the second Simpsons set which is also a direct to consumer set and well as a second collectable minifigures series. If this keeps going then this could easily be the best theme LEGO has ever done! When I first saw the Kwik-E-Mart set and saw the theme's early trend I committed myself to collect every set that comes out of The Simpsons theme (hopefully this theme won't have any exclusive minifigures or promos that are out of reach; don't get any ideas LEGO!) Packaging The Simpsons yellow banner is still the same which is nice to see. I like that it has studs all the way across it with an odd appearance of a pair of eyes. The front has a basic shot of the set in context and two small windows showing that it opens (top right) and the minifigures in the bottom left. Don't be fooled that most of the accessories that are shown in the minifigures hands aren’t additional ones; the coffee, Doughnuts, Squishee and the black sack are all placed in the set as the instructions state. The ones I didn't mention are separate from the actual set. The biggest surprise about the box is the back; they decided to give you two different shots of recordings from the two security cameras in the store which is very cool and convincing. The other scenes and scenarios are boarded with rectangles or circles. In the top right it has two planes of the set; top without roof and the roof removed. At the bottom they give you a very small bar with all the exclusive pieces and the quantities. And finally at the top of the box it gives you a selection of some of the impressive sub-assemblies in the set. Build Experience It took 12 hours, the care and patience to apply over 50 stickers took up a good chunk of the time. This set contains 16 numbered bags (1-8) and one unnumbered with several 8x16 Sand Blue plates; you also get two 8x16 Medium Stone Grey plates and three train bases loose in the box. This set has the square bound instruction manual and two large sticker sheets hat are sealed in a plastic sleeve. When I first saw pictures of the set it seemed quite simple just like The Simpsons House, but actually Marcos has incorporated some pretty neat building techniques. These Simpsons sets are exactly like Modular Buildings but with simple designs from the nature of the show; they have their own unique style and charm. I enjoyed the build; it's pretty straight forward with very nice small assemblies and accessories that make these Simpsons sets stand out. Normally LEGO sets focus on the exterior but this has a jam-packed interior, much more than the Simpsons House. The build is very similar to the Simpsons House. I was disappointed to find several pieces that have dented corners; however I did manage to hide them away in the internal structures. The number of extra pieces for this set is insane! I'm guessing close to 100 pieces. The best thing about them is that you get an extra can top and a doughnut as well as those other three common printed 1x1 round tiles. Everything else it fairly common and useful for people like me who make microscale MOC's ...Don't forget the very handy Brick Separator! Since I built it in the evening (I couldn't wait) therefore no pictures of the contents before the build. Here are the sticker sheets (one on white and one clear.) Minifigures Arguably the weakest aspect of the set is the minifigures. This set recycles three members of the Simpsons family: Bart, Homer and Marge. For those like me who are collecting the entire Simpsons theme it would be a waste to get multiples of the same figures. This would have been a great opportunity to include different facial expressions or different clothing. On the other hand if you are getting this as a one off or you missed out on the first Simpsons collectable minifigures series, now is your chance to catch up! Since I haven't reviewed or ever expressed my thoughts on the Simpsons minifigures in a set review, I thought now would be a good time for me to express my thoughts on The Simpsons minifigures. I like the Simpsons head molds because they give a wacky and comical feel to the minifigure with all the odd shapes and sizes. Having the traditional minifigure head wouldn't have worked as well however it does concern me that LEGO will produce less minifigures and recycle the head pieces in the years to come since they have make a new mold for each character. Judging the way it's going with the Simpsons collectable minifigure series I don't see that happening but it's a shame that when you pay for a set this size you do expect a couple of exclusive characters and minifigures. Homer and Bart are perfect minifigures they both have their respective clothing. The colour of Bart’s torso is wrong but that's going to happen since it's not like LEGO has every shade of each colour. The red torso works just fine and the new addition of molded sleeves, shorts and shoes really make these minifigures stand out. Marge is wearing her traditional lime green dress and her beaded necklace which continues on the back of the torso. Her towering hair is perfect and has a small hole on the top for possible customisation using the LEGO Friends accessories. One huge problem I have with her design is that she is bare foot! They could have easily molded her legs in two different colours as shown with Bart. This is the third Marge and still no updated design. Like many others I also don't like that the fabric piece has a gap, maybe if it was a little longer that could easily be covered. We get two new variants of Chief Wiggum and Apu. Chief Wiggum's has his police uniform covered with the left overs and crumbs of the doughnut he just ate, interestingly the also added some around his lips. This is the kind of updated variants I don't mind getting, they are small but they are effective. Apu comes in a different outfit with is name tag. His torso is a very pale blue almost aqua. Snake is exclusive to this set. His torso's is one of few that are much more detailed than the other Simpsons characters with his blue t-shirt and dark blue jacket. As with all the Simpsons head molds this is no exception; it’s pretty accurate to the actual show. His tattoo is separate from his t-shirt; it must have been an error in production. This set has three great exclusive minifigures that we properly won’t ever get again. I just wished we got a Lou minifigure to pair him up with Chief Wiggum. Playability This is another dolls house playset which great for both playability and display. Like the Simpsons House this set also gives you both options of accessibility: hinged and removing the roof. Marcos has decided to split the back sections in to halve which I believe gives you more access for play. Having the doll's house effect makes these models feel classic and vintage. In the Jasper section of the freezers you can pop out the door and take out Jasper and make him melt on the floor. You also have a Chief Wiggum's police car other than that it's just loads of detailed interior which you can play with and most of them can be removed for easy accessibility. Again it’s how toys used to be where it was just one simple feature and your imagination does the rest. I wish we got Marge’s car in this set as she is doing some shopping. Display Attributes Chief Wiggum's Police car is much like the Simpsons pink car. At least this one has a roof! The front of the car is a very unusual way of building up details on cars normally it's just a plate or slopes but this one has the 1x2 plate with rail near the centre. It's very funky looking. You can fit two minifigures at the front and one at the back. Nice detail that the used the classic fence piece. I see many people adoring the doughnut sitting on the dashboard but I hate it, it's very out of place and doesn't match with the doughnut piece in any way. You will need to deconstruct the roof and the windscreens to easily place your minifigures since Marcos has cleverly made the base of the car very low. Chief Wiggum's Break... The front details of the Kwik-E-Mart store are dead accurate besides the colours. We have three purple creates at the left hand side. The bike rack at the front is cleverly done but it's a shame we never got at least one bike (the one pictured is NOT included.) My personal favourite is the phone booth; it's very interesting how it's constructed. The front also has two stickered 'Flat Tile 2x2' with 'Kwik-E-Mart Parking Only' I don't understand why these were not printed. I like how Marcos has offset the windows and used SNOT between the yellow walls and the main entrance using the plates with slides, something that could have easily been simple and boring. The main entrance has two stickers on the windows 'Jackpot, Play To Win Here!' and 'Drink Up! Buzz Cola.' On the show it's a Duff poster but for obvious reasons it was replaced; I guess no Moe’s Tavern in the future… One complaint I do have is that the structure to hold the entire Kwik-E-Mart signage should have been grey but it would be very hard to do since how cool the sign is assembled, plus it's not necessary since the sign pretty much covers it from most angles due to its size. The stickers for the sign were exactly the same size as the 'Brick 1x2x5' and look much brighter than the white bricks which is very unfortunate. I like the way the signage is constructed, if it had brick built all the letters it would have been way too large considering it's already the perfect size. One thing Marcos avoided and that wasn't necessary was the same signage on the sides of the roof. They use a blue turntable base for the fan/generator on the right side wall of the store with more piping details going into the roof. I like the fact it has worn brickwork and several piping details on the walls. Continuing along the right we see another poster '30 Lost Cats...Call Me' referencing to the 'Replaceable You' episode. The dumpster area has a blue opening door which can be locked in place with a Technic piece and inside you will find the iconic blue dumpster. On the exterior walls of the dumpster area you will find some 'El Barto' graffiti, a 'No Dumping' sign and a 'Wanted For Treason' poster referencing to 'Lisa The Iconoclast' episode. The blue dumpster can open to reveal two 'new' black sacks. Another mouse would have been nice behind the dumpster. It would have been nice if you could also remove the dumpster area; for me it's causing display problems because it's too wide. The poster at the back 'The Leftorium...Next Right' is a reference to the episode 'When Flanders Failed.' The right hand side of the back has the back exit which has a blue door with an 'Employees Only' sticker. Next to it we see more weathered wall at the bottom and a mouse hole. Moving to the last side of the store can see more of the pipes and weathered effect to make it more interesting. We see a purple poster 'Spider-Pig: The Musical' a referencing to 'The Simpsons Movie.' The final poster on the exterior the store is the 'Springfield Seafood...50% More Eyes' a reference to the episode 'Homer the Father.' The posters/ads on the exterior walls are really cool Easter eggs and referencing to the show; I just wish they gave us some extras! Before all of the pictures were unveiled I said that if that roof is hollow it needs to have pipes and fans on the roof. Well they have gone to extra work to incorporate: Apu's secret utopian vegetable garden Skylights (ironically they don't let much light in at all) and the purple fan or ventilation. I very much like the roof and it also brings back how classic LEGO houses were built, they could have easily made them with plates like the Simpsons House but they tried to differentiate between the two. Below is a few pictures of the roof detached: This set is very similar to the Green Grocer with the fridge/freezers. They are full decked out with food and groceries. Most of them consist of 1x1 Bricks and cones as well as studs, 1x1 round tiles and cheese slopes. However they contain several printed pieces: four green cartons of orange juice, four blue milks, four chocolate milks and four Buzz Colas. I very like that they included a reference of Jasper however he could have easily been another minifigure instead we are given a sticker of him to be applied to the half cylinder. I'm pretty sure they could have just placed a minifigure behind the glass or it wasn't blue enough they could have made him completely transparent or light blue (that would have been very cool.) One thing to note about the hinges in this is that they don't detract from the interior wall unlike the Simpsons House which did due to the chimney. This set it's all covered by the details that cover the walls and are only shown when the set is opened which is a much better improvement. The back of the store you can see the storeroom which contains a grey mouse and a slice of cheese. It's pretty small to get a photograph of when it's built. The door uses two stickers to give it the Keep out sign and the detail of the door. On the right from that we have a 'Powersauce' area with six bars of 'Powersauce' Note: all of those are stickers in this area. The E•Z Money machine is one of few builds that are incorporated into the model itself. It used three stickers and one printed 'Roof Tile 2x2.' The coffee machine is fairly simple but the two cups are very neat. On the side we also have to plain white coffee cups. The next machine has red and yellow dispensers and it’s design is by far the simplest. The Buzz Cola machine is another clever build which makes use of ‘Brick 1x1 W.Handle’ for the dispenser and it has studs used as cups at the bottom. The two arcade machines are very cool, I completely missed that these were included in the set when pictures first released. They get the idea of arcade machines very well but feel they should have tiled the sides and added more stickers to complete the look. To be honest I don't think it's really possible fitting two that are wider, if they would have their would have only been one plus now that I think about it, it's already a tight squeeze and they aren't too revealing unless you take them out of the store. On the first aisle we have a sign 'Kwik-E-Mart: Yesterday's Food At Tomorrow's Prices' below that I suspect we have 11 packets of some sort. On left hand side we have the bakery which has a yellow sale sign above it and has four Strawberries, four candy spirals and four biscuits. Below that we have a pile of green 2x2 jumpers and three copies of 'Soup For One' You may as where the other one will have to wait and see. On the right hand side we have perfumes and a few other random things. At the bottom we have three 'Dry Diapers' (two have stickers) The second aisle starts off with three chocolate milks (I guess they are those powder mixtures since they aren't in the fridges. Below that we have two boxes of 'Dog Food' (one with a sticker) and another random product beside it. On the right of the aisle we have transparent bottles which are also on sale. Below them we have a fruit area with three copies (each) of bananas, green apples and red apples. The left side we have some more random builds and finally we see the forth copy of Soup For One' which as misplaced by a customer, it's such a small detail but I really much appreciated it since it does happen occasionally when grocery shopping. The final product on this aisle is three copies of 'Krusty O's' which are printed on a 'Brick 1x2x2' I don't know why they never tiled off the top to hide the studs. On the counter I would firstly like to start with the doughnuts, it's a very nice assembly which holds six doughnuts. The 'Heat Lamp Dogs' section of the counter is a nice assembly however the sausages are loose so you have to be careful not to tip the set over. In front of it you can see another stand with three copies of 'The Springfield Inquisitor' and two copies of 'Let's BEE Friends.' In between the counter when it's split into two halves is a a fallen sausage. Coming towards the front we have the counter covered in a few products and on the other side we have two separate racks with two 'The LEGO News' three copies of the 'Springfield Shopper' three copies of 'MOM Monthly' three copies of 'Angry Dad' and two copies of 'You're A-Peeling.' Do note the 'Welcome' mat. The back of the counter we have a Jackpot machine and two Squishee's (lime and purple) besides that we have the actual Squishee machine which has a large squishiee cup. This is built is many different directions with uses of angle plates. This is what it would look like if Apu had been robbed badly! Although I don't know why they wouldn't also take the jackpot machine and cashier... Here is a closer look at the tiles that are placed on the counter racks: · 3x Springfield Shopper · 3x The Springfield Inquisitor · 3x MOM Monthly · 3x Angry Dad · 2x You're A-Peeling · 2x Let's BEE Friends · 2x The LEGO News All of those are exclusive to this set besides the two copies of 'The LEGO News' which are pretty common. Value for Money This retails for £169.99 in the UK and contains 2179 pieces. The price surprised most us but in fact the footprint of the model is larger than The Simpsons House; then saw the designer video and was impressed with the size; now that I own its damn huge. The small details make the set pop out from other sets. Growth Potential Currently it's only available to LEGO VIP members but as of May 1st it his set will be available to the general public at LEGO Stores and This will do very well as an investment since it's a large set it may be over looked for its price. When I was at my local LEGO Store I saw many people admiring the model on display at the store but most people did overlook it. Another factor for this set would be its licenced pieces, stickers and minifigures as well as the other rare coloured pieces. Size Comparison Final Analysis/ Conclusion Overall this set is properly one of the best collectibles out there in Simpsons merchandise. I would like to say a big thank you to Marcos Bessa who I hope stays on this theme as a designer, his love for the show is clearly presented with a very unique building style as well as all the small references from the show and minifigures. I would call this one of the best LEGO sets currently available on the market and in line with the Modular Buildings; for the younger crowd (excluding the price.) Design: 9/10 – The unique comical style and colours are fun, its exterior is defiantly not detailed as the exterior but its transition between the show and the product is outstanding. There are lots of small clever details, references and jokes all over this set. Build: 7/10 – The walls, roof and the fridge/freezers get slightly repetitive but other than that the small sub-assemblies and details are the most fun to build. Minifigs: 7/10 – Homer, Marge and Bart minifigures are nothing all that special, but that's to be expected since they are the main characters, next time I hope we see different facial expressions or clothing. The two exclusive variants of Apu and Chief Wiggum are really nice and I hope to see more like them in the future. Finally the exclusive brand new character: Snake is a very cool addition to the Simpsons line up. Playability: 9/10 – This is exactly how old toys used to be where it was just one simple feature and your imagination does the rest. The addition of the police car would be great for little kids to have a small car chase with. Parts: 9/10 - Like the Simpsons House, this set has many bricks in new and/or rare colors such as the Sand Blue plates. It also has several exclusive printed parts and a ton of those roof tiles. Price: 9/10 - 2179 pieces seems low for the price considering the Simpsons House had over 300 pieces more, but I'd still say it's a fair price for a model of this size, plus is licensed. Overall: 9/10 – Yes the total average doesn't add up but to be honest it’s close to perfect beside some small things. I got this before the Simpsons House simply because it’s got much more to it. It’s got so many more references and small details from the show which makes these sets much loved my fans of the Simpsons and people who are building LEGO City layouts. Next year I hope we see The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop with tons of comics and maybe even an exclusive Radioactive Man minifigure. I really hope you enjoyed this in depth review; feedback and criticism is much appreciated. You can find the full album of pictures here: "Thank You For Coming! I'll See You In Hell!" Oops wrong quote... "Thank You! Come Again!" Adeel Flickr: Youtube - Instagram - Twitter -
  18. 3BrickFriends

    Lego Simpsons scenes (multiple MOCs)

    Hi, On hearing about the release of the Simpsons mini-figures a few months back, we set to work creating a series of scenes. Now we have all the figures, I'm releasing videos of each scene over the next few weeks. Some are 16x16 baseplate scenes based on a Simpsons episodes and some are 6x6 plates to show off a custom Simpsons mini-figure we've created. This has been a fairly large task, so I hope you like what we've been working on. Please comment if you like them. Silence may be golden, but its depressing after putting so much effort into something. This is the first video: Thanks for watching, Mike
  19. TopperTwist

    [MOC] Simpson's Style Mansion

    Hello! I am back with a new townhouse/mansion MOC. It is inspired by the official LEGO Simpson's House set; however, I found that the set was too suburban to fit well with my urban city, so I decided to take the essence of the house and transform it into a modular building. IMG_9676 by Topper (TT for short), on Flickr Here is the front of the exterior, featuring some SNOT technique and a simple, green door. IMG_9693 by Topper (TT for short), on Flickr This is the first floor interior Thank you so much for the feedback, I really appreciate it. I just wanted to include the spirit of the Simpson's house into my city, as well as fulfill my girlish desires to have a dollhouse made out of Lego bricks. Thanks again, and if you would like you can see this creation in more detail on YouTube at: ... Or Flickr at:
  20. Alright, so I usually do quick photo reviews when I get new sets. That's what I'll do here, but there's quite a few photos, so I thought I might as well make its own review thread. So, I got the Kwik-E-Mart by paying just2much on an early eBay copy. I think it's worth it, as this week I'm gonna be super busy, so I was able to build it Saturday and stuff. Here's my video review, I think it's one of my best: Well, let's get onto this photo review. The set is $200 USD with a little over 2100 pieces. The official release is April 15th for VIP members, May 1st for everyone else at LEGO Stores. And, if you want full size pictures, check out my Flickr by clicking here. The minifigures included are great. You get three exclusive minifigures (one being a completely exclusive character- the first time LEGO has ever put an exclusive mould in a Direct to Consumer set), and you get three of the series most popular characters in their normal attire for those who missed out on the first Simpsons minifigures series. The Kwik-E-Mart's exterior is loaded with lots of sticker details. The only printed detail you'll see in the exterior is the dial pad in the phone booth, which has appeared in some other licensed themes since last year. ( ^^^ right here is there the store can be opened- a simple Technic pin and receiver keeps it in place and allows for opening and closing) The roof of the store includes the garden shown in the Paul McCartney episode. The roof can be slided out/in once you open it with the hinge part. Here's a look at the store with the roof removed. The floors are a nice sand blue color, coming with 8x16 thin plates: And, for the interior, from the view of the store opened with the hinges at the back that I mentioned earlier: The left front corner, which includes some arcade machines of Bonestorm and Great White Hunter, an amazingly done Buzz cola soda machine, juice machine, the checkout counter, ect: The right front corner, with food aisles, freezers, and a frozen Jasper sticker: The back left corner, which includes some nice coffee kettle builds, the donut tray, hotdogs, ect: The right back corner, which has a door leading to a very small hallway that only has a mouse and cheese in it. The hallway leads to the employees only door in the back, and it's very hard to get in the door way (not that there's anything to do inside there): Also included is Clancy's copcar, which fits three figures: Here's a look at the piece list in the instructions, click on each to be lead to an enlarged version of the pic: Also included are some awesome printed pieces, and two unprinted coffee cups! Honestly, I think this set is perfect. The price is fantastic, and has a great PPP ratio. They really went above and beyond by including Snake in this set. I honestly think it's better than the Simpsons House in terms of accuracy and the value here- so many cool pieces printed and in exclusive colors. So, that's my quick picture review. Hope you guys enjoyed, and I'd love to hear your thoughts!
  21. I have a brand new, still sealed, guaranteed 100% accurate Simpsons series 1 set that I'd like to trade for a series 2 set (open/complete is OK). No longer interested.
  22. Can't wait for the kiwk-e-mart!
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