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  1. Dear all I am new to Eurobricks but felt it would be a worthwhile experience to join up and share something with you. In essence, I am looking for some help and or advice. I have been a serious collector of LEGO for around 7 years and have manged to build up, in my most humble of opinions, a rather large collection. All of my items items are either Marvel, DC or Cuusoo/ Ideas with a very small amount of loose Star Wars minifigures, promotional LEGO giveaways etc. Every single set, polybag, book, DVD, comic etc has been purchased, bubble wrapped, boxed and stored safely. 99% of the collection is mint and sealed with a few exceptions which are near mint but still sealed. Not one item has been opened. It has been an obsession of mine for a while and the collection has been built up and cared for extremely well. However, space is now becoming a bit of an issue so I posed the question to myself, "What on earth am I going to do with all this LEGO?" In summary, I have 310 lots made up from sets, keyrings, books, dvds, polybags and specials. I have multiples of some sets. I have every single Cuusoo/ Ideas set every made, 116 DC Comics lots, 123 Marvel Comics lots and 35 Marvel/ DC keyrings. With Comic Con and USA exclusives aside, I have every single DC and Marvel set, polybag, magnet, book and keyring released since 2011. I honestly do not know what to do. Do I keep going knowing that Marvel and DC sets will continue to be released probably after I have gone, do I bite the bullet and sell them all or do I just stop buying and sit on them all for a few years? Any help or advice would be hugely appreciated. I have a detailed spreadsheet of the entire collection. If anyone would like to see it, please just ask. With thanks in advance
  2. Hi everyone, I have build several vignettes with the minifigs from polybags (giveaways). I have done something similar with Star Wars minifigures. The first one is Hank Pym, who has turned into a giant. The second one is the Winter Soldier inside a Hydra facility. The third vignette is with Rocket Raccoon with Groot, The fourth vignette is with Rhodey as Iron Patriot. The Hulk is on a rampage and is still angry. Tony Stark in his Silver Centurion suit. The last vignette is with Electro inside a power plant. For more pictures, visit my Flickr album. Feedback and questions are welcome. Sander
  3. Hi everyone! This is a microscale recreation of the Marvel Super Heroes set 76051 Super Hero Airport Battle for the 60th Anniversary of the LEGO Brick contest on Brickset. Here is a pic of the original set for comparison. I tried to include as many details as I could. And here's a back view of the build: I hope you like it.
  4. joeperry25

    My MOCs and Reviews Youtube Channel

    Hey fellow Eurobricks users! I just found out that Youtube is demonetizing a bunch of small channels, and that includes mine. I had just met the requirements for monetization a couple months ago, but they changed their policy again so I'll need some help climbing the ladder. I do reviews and custom work on my channel and was hoping you all might check it out. If you like it, then please subscribe and support the channel. It would really help as I am planning on using the money to help fund bigger and better MOCs and better videos. Thank you all. I really do appreciate you spending your time to read through this and to check out my channel. I have linked some of my videos below so you can get a taste of what my channel offers (the quality of my videos has improved very drastically since the beginning and you can tell with the videos below):
  5. The Caped Crusader

    [MOC] Batmobile : The Predator

    Hello People :) After all this time I’m back with a new creation . The reason you haven’t seen anything for so long is because I went through a process of rethinking the way I build . I used to mainly recreate models from Star Wars or DC comics , with a sole purpose of making the MOC look as accurate to the original as possible , sacrificing stability , playability and overall good structure most of the time . I was no longer satisfied with that . From now on my goals are to build MOCs that both look good , and also are fun , playable , contain smart play features and generally function well as toys. The first result of this “new style” is what you see below : my own original Batmobile. While it draws inspiration from a couple of Batmobiles ( mainly Arkham Knight’s and BvS’s) it is my own spin on the classic vehicle , the Predator . It’s packed with action features : a stud shooter turret , a “hook” style spring-loaded shooter, opening trunk with all the gear you’ll need ( batarangs , a new remote batarang made from some old knight helmet feathers , extra ammo and a line launcher ) and the ability to transform between two modes , one ideal for battles and one built for speed. Also, the turret can be swapped out for a winch , which can be attached to the front spring loaded shooter and then shot - you can catch enemies’ vehicles , bring down walls , shoot it towards a roof and then climb , the possibilities are endless. I have also built a display MOC for my Batmobile - which is the first segment of what will eventually become a full Batcave . It has working lights and spins slowly - as a car turntable should. I would love to hear your thoughts and opinions on this . Do you like this new style of building ? Do you like the look of the car ? What about the functions ? Do you want to see a full Batcave ? Your comments are very important to me :)
  6. Rinzler

    The Batmobile: Which is best

    The Batmobile has been done several times in the last nearly-a-decade, I want to know what you guys think is the best. Your options are: Batmobile from 7781 Batmobile from 7784 The Tumbler from 7888 Batmobile from 6864 Mini Batmobile from 30161 Bane's Tumbler from 76001 Batmobile from 76012 The decision is yours
  7. Adeel Zubair

    MOC: Dancing Groot (BrickHeadz)

    Presenting my LEGO BrickHeadz interpretation of the Dancing Groot from Guardians Of The Galaxy (2014) Dancing Groot by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr ________________________________________________ Follow Me On... Facebook - www.facebook.com/Adeel-Zubair-208739829518301/ Flickr - www.flickr.com/photos/adeelzubair/ Instagram - www.instagram.com/adeel_zubair Deviantart - www.adeelaubair.deviantart.com Twitter - www.twitter.com/webhead_studios Youtube - www.youtube.com/user/webheadstudios LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/adeel-zubair-b969b111b Behance - www.behance.net/adeelzubair Feedback and criticism is much appreciated. Adeel
  8. Hey everyone! Pretty new here, but just finished building out a giant expansion of 76038. Took me a few months and did it in three steps--for the first, I just bought a second set and added another floor with more Iron Legion launchers. Then, after discovering BrickLink, I sat down and with the POWER OF MY MIND and an excel spreadsheet, I attempted to add four more floors and widen the whole thing by 6 studs. And uh... that was somewhat successful? Ended up with a bunch of extra pieces and a few sections where I was short pieces and was basically very confused during the build what the hell I had planned during the planning stages. Which lead to phase three, me learning to use LDD, and building a finished model (...well... technically there was phase 3.5 when I realized I had exposed studs where I wanted tiles, whoops). Anyway! After a whole lot of work, it's finally done, and I'm pretty happy with it. Apologies in advance for the photo quality--got a tiny New York apartment, so no room to build a real photo set up. Anyway, here we go! OVERVIEW Side views of the full tower, closed. 8 floors, 2 balconies. Aunt May, in her natural habitat--stuck to a wall with webbing, in mortal danger. Also visible: Quicksilver running fast enough to scale a wall, and Spider-Woman (custom). The exposed brick is reserved for one of the Spider-People from the Bridge Battle to stand on, using the new web piece to be saving Aunt May. On the other side, Black Suit Spidey (custom), and some visitors from another world, hanging out and battlin' on the side of the tower. BALCONIES Top balcony, with an attack by Ultron, against the MCU Avengers team. I try to keep only one of each character on display (duplicates and variants are stored on the first two floors), but I made an exception for Ant Man, since I want to have micro, mini, and Giant sized versions all out, and for Spider-Man (who I justify through handwaving that Spider-Verse is happening sooooo sure, buncha Spider-people are out.) So, you can see the microfig Ant Man on the roof taking part in the main defense, and mini-fig Ant Man being overwhelmed by Yellow Jacket behind the drone tower thing. Also back there, but not super visible--Loki, Dr. Doom, and MODOK. An alliance that manipulated Ultron and Hydra into doing the main brunt of the attack? Sure! That's definitely what's going on, and not that I wanted those guys out and didn't have another place to put them really. Lower balcony, with Hydra agents (led by Taskmaster and Crossbones) scaling the walls and overwhelming the SHIELD agents there. Iron Man, War Machine and Nova are providing air support, with Miles swinging down to assist. INTERIORS - FRONT Full tower, open. In addition to hinging open like the original set does, I added the ability to pull out the front section of each floor for floors 1-4. Like a series of drawers, making getting into each floor way easier. Floors 1 & 2 are storage for minifig variants. Each floor can store two trays of sitting / small leg figures, with the top tray storing 25 minifgs, and the bottom fitting 26. So, room for 102 minifigs total. Still have plenty of room for more minifigs, so... eventually will have to add another floor for storage as we get more variants. But hopefully not for a few more years... Floor 3 - Science Labs! Doing Science! are Tony Stark, examining Loki's Staff, Hank Pym working on some micro-scale suits (a display case holding all the micro-figs), two generic scientists doing Flasks near some microscopes and computers, and Pepper trying to figure out what's wrong with this Iron Man (is it that it's a custom, because an authentic SDCC figure is way outside what I can afford? It's probably that). Also present are DUM-E with the suitcase armor at the ready, and a deactivated Dalek ('cause uh... I guess you should study some other killer robots if you want to figure out what's up with Ultron, maybe?). Tools are mounted on the walls and in a stand in the middle of the room. But not on Tony Stark's side of the wall, which is displays and some controls, and oh yeah, a big 'ol sound system. Floor 4 - Item storage. Center table has the Infinity Gems / Stones in display cases (plus the Eye of Sauron and One Ring because ehhh why not), plus helmets. Mounted on the walls are a whole bunch of guns, and the Avengers weapons--Cap's Shield, Thor's Hammer, Hawkeye's Bow, Star Lord's Elemental Pistols, and Rocket Raccoon's big eff-off gun. Also, deactivated Chitauri, Han Solo in Carbonite, The Collector (custom, because again, can't afford the real thing), and Portal 2 items--a modified Turret, Companion Cube and Chell. Shelving unit is two stories, although I don't have anything (except Aladdin's Genie Lamp) to put on the second level. Yet. Floor 5 is the Iron Legion Launchers. Has room for 12 Iron Men. Floor 6 is War Machine Launchers. Room for 9 War Machines. Includes a custom War Machine made out of the Cyberman body since I wanted to have all the windows filled out while still being able to have a War Machine out and about doing stuff in the main display. Don't have a good image of Floor 7 (you can kind of make it out in the image of the lower balcony), but it's Maria Hill and Dum Dum Duggan at some controls INTERIORS - BACK Back rooms of floors 1 & 2 are storage for Big Figs (plus Dr. Octopuses with tentacles). If you ever wonder why I don't want many more Big Fig variants to be released... well, hey, I only have room to store one more. Back Floor 3 is the medical bay, with three of the medical beds from the original set, occupied by The Mandarin, Aldrich Killian, and the Extremis Solider. Tony's just trying to help them get better. Also, the MCU Hydra soldiers I have because I need to hide them somewhere, and sticking them behind the paramedic fig works? Anyway, the medical bay is paired with the science lab in the front. Back Floor 4 is intentionally left blank for now. I'm planning to try to fit the Dr. Strange set into this space, which just counting studs in the released images... I think will work? If I can't get the portal beast in there, all the mystic junk in that set should fill this space out. Either way, Dr. Strange Mystic Junk Storage will pair with the more science-y Storage Room in the front. Also, you can see what it looks like when the floors are pulled out of the main building. Also, you can see the cut out I made for the 2x16 plates that support the floors of each floor. This is where I intially messed up in stage three of building, having these studs exposed without realizing that would mean I'd only be able to pull out EVERY floor all at once, instead of having the ability to pull out each floor individually. Floors 5 & 6 are Armour repair / construction. Floor 5 has the Space / Scuba Iron Man variants in the front, and the Iron Spider in the back, Floor 6 has the Iron Legion drones in the front and Ultron Prime in the back. They're paired with the Iron Legion launchers in the front. Floor 7 is the SHIELD command floor--Nick Fury is at the center command, flanked by SHIELD agents definitely doing important SHIELD things and not playing Galaga. Pairs with Maria Hill and Dum Dum Dugan at their control in the front. Floor 8 is a bar, staffed by Mary Jane Watson. Leads out onto the balcony, where the Avenger's party was interrupted by Ultron (that dink). FULL COLLECTION Moved the rest of my collection over to get a group shot. I've got a complete collection of everything released in the US so far, with customs of the Comic Con exclusives and Dark Phoenix and Misty Knight (because I don't have super high hopes of getting official releases of them too, and they're AWESOME.) The rest of my Marvel collection, in their natural habitat on my Comic's bookshelf. Avenger's Tower, in it's natural habitat behind my workstation. Giant Man and Hulkbuster at the base. And a final easter egg: A minifig version of my fiance, as a SHIELD agent, having a great time and ignoring all that attackin' happening just outside the protective glass... Thanks for looking!
  9. On http://www.lego.com there are comic cover makers on both of the super heroes pages, Marvel and DC. You can find Marvel here, and DC here. This is the topic to show off your Comic Covers made on those creators! My list begins now, Comic - 001 "HULK SMASH!" Comic - 002 "Why is everybody chasing me?" That's it for now!
  10. Since this is becoming a whole series, I thought it's time for a general discussion topic. You can watch the trailer for the latest Justice League movie "Cosmic Clash" here: http://nerdist.com/e...e-cosmic-clash/ And here is an image of the DVD/BluRay combo pack that comes with the Cosmic Boy minifigure fittingly. According to the Brick Fan, It will be available on March 1 while the Digital HD version will be available on February 9. LEGO DC Comics Superheroes – Justice League: Cosmic Clash by Allen Tran, on Flickr The trailer doesn't look that exciting. Brainiac seems annoying and this feels like a retreat of the Lego Batman 3 plot, just with the Legion of Superheroes added in. On the other hand, I enjoyed the Legion of Superheroes cartoon back in the day and I really liked the last Lego Justice League movie, "Attack of the Legion of Doom", so I hope that they will be able to surprise me again and that the movie will be much better than the trailer makes it out to be. And yes, I believe in Batman too. What are your thoughts on this and the other Lego DC movies?
  11. Deadshot is Task Force X's greatest marksman, but is his skill great enough for his superiors to forgive his reckless actions? Created by Jack Rizzo. -Cast- Amanda Waller - Caitlin Buckley Deadshot - Jack Rizzo Check out the complete LDCU saga here! Want to see more from Jam Pot Studios? YouTube: https://www.youtube....ampotAnimations Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jampotstudios Blog: http://jampotstudios.blogspot.co.uk Instagram: https://instagram.co...otstudiosfilms/ Flickr: https://www.flickr.c.../jampotstudios/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JamPotStudios1
  12. the2awesomeguys

    LEGO Batman v Superman

    A short sketch based on the recent DC film; Batman v Superman; Hope you enjoy, any feedback is greatly appreciated!
  13. I am a beginner please write a comment about what you think it will help me .. thanks Why will not my video become visible when I publish ?
  14. Hey there, I recently started a photographic series of LEGO Batman travels & adventures and here I am introducing them to you. I will try to keep this side project alive as much as I can and I will upload all the photos to my Instagram account http://instagram.com/alexnocturnal I hope that you will like them, I would really appreciate to hear your opinions, ideas, suggestions, etc. Since the World Cup started few weeks ago, here we go Enjoying a beer at Australia - Olanda Enjoying a Sangria and wondering if Spain will go home so soon And ready for the last game of the day Friday games start. Warming up with a beer. Italy or Costa Rica? Will the Queen kiss Mario? Du fromage et du vin... Switzerland vs France. Already 0-3, any final predictions? Budweiser beer or Porto wine? I can has both? Let's see a good game: USA vs Portugal Explain to your girlfriend the offside rule... :D Chilling... ITA vs. URU Bud meet Krombacher, Krombacher meet Bud! aka USA vs. GER :) Brazil - Chile, 1-1, few moments until penalty shots Aaaaaand the winner is: Allez les bleus! #FRA vs #NGA :) A walk by in Timisoara (Romania) - notice the I (batman) TM - the city abbreviation - with Batman as a heart Working on a flyer design (since I am a graphic designer in my real life) "I'm your father" Because of the lengthy post and in case you want to follow the project on Instagram here is the link again http://instagram.com/alexnocturnal That's it for now, if you like them and want to see more I will keep you posted
  15. Like most, I love LEGO Harley Quinn! But I do NOT love the way the official sets have implemented her trademark carnival mallet. In all of the versions released to date, the handles are too small, the hammer ends are too oversized, and the gaps in the middle are distressingly obvious. I decided to try and come up with something a little more aesthetically pleasing by following these steps: 1. Begin with a 1x1 brick, modified with four side studs. 2. Attach a longer bar for the handle, so that it can be more easily held with two hands. 3. Use three 1x1 tiles to fill out the center. 4. Instead of 2x2 round bricks, use 2x2 round plates for the hammer barrel. 5. Add the 2x2 tiles to the ends. This works for both the black/red color scheme AND the reddish brown/tan color scheme. As a nifty bonus, using round plates instead of bricks lets you change up the colors to give the appearance of those bands you frequently see on traditional carnival mallets! Here's classic-outfit Harley modeling four variations for you: Here's another angle for a better sense of scale. These mallets are, IMO, still comically oversized without being ridiculous: Personally, I'm partial to variation #4. Here's Harley posing with a few of her fellow DC rogues... ...and facing off with a handful of familiar heroes... Hope you enjoy! And if anyone else would like to share their own rethought mallets here, I'd love to see them!
  16. Has anyone noticed how Lego has so many obsessions when it comes to Super Hero sets. Besides the obvious with making most of the sets based on their favorite characters... Like Spiderman and Batman. For Spiderman there has been 8 Marvel sets based on him. 1 Juniors set, 1 Micro Racers, and 3 more sets to come in the summer with him potentially him in the 4th Civil War set. There has been 8 variants to the character but really a lot of them don't change too much. Out of the 45 Marvel sets (Up to Doctor Strange) he has been in 14 of the sets. Now Batman..... There has been 8 "DC SUPERHEROES that he is not in. 2 Juniors sets, 1 Micro Racers and 2 more sets to come in the summer with the potential R'as Al Ghul set. There has been 20 variants to the character. So out of the 36 DC sets he has been in 24 of the sets. So there are 81 Superheroes sets, they have been in 38 of them which is almost half.... For some reason there has been 4 Quinjet variants (Avenjet included) Also they have the weird tendency to put fire extinguishers in sets. Or maybe they've just been ketchup bottles the whole time! Anyways I just thought I'd everyone know and see these obsessions Lego has. Let me know if you guys have noticed anything!
  17. OmgItsNitro

    The Tumbler 76023 Speed Build

    Hey Guys, I finally built the The Tumbler after it sat on the corner of my room for a few months! I know it's an old set and you've probably watched multiple Tumbler builds, I just wanted to share it in dedication to BvS which is coming out soon. Off course it's totally a different universe but for not very big comic fans like myself, anything Batman related is admired.
  18. Hello, this is my Review of the new Lego Marvel Super Heroes Set 'Super Hero Airport Battle' (76051) - 'Captain America 3: Civil War'. I like all builds of this sets (even the tiny Quinjet), but the Giant-Man is fantastic, what a fun build! Best wishes Andres
  19. Hello, the new Mighty Micros are fun! This is my Review of 'The Flash vs. Captain Cold' (76063) Brick on Andres
  20. Hello, Ant-Man is travelling around the world. (LEGO Super Heroes - Super Hero Airport Battle , set 76051) These are the tour images. Best wishes Andres