For the second year in a row, LEGO® has used BrickHeadz® for all of their seasonal sets. I like both of those things, so it is no big surprise that I’ve been buying them when I can.Continue reading 40350 Easter Chick
Normally, I’m not much for clowns. Pop culture has mostly turned clowns into villains in face paint. I decided to give this seasonal birthday set a chance, and I’m glad that I did.Continue reading 40348 Birthday Clown
I was really excited to see that LEGO decided to use BrickHeadz for their seasonal sets again in 2019. I was even more excited to see that one of their Chinese New Year sets would be available in the United States, for the first time! I had to get my hands on that!Continue reading 40354 Dragon Dance Guy
About a year ago, I fell in love with Andrew MacLean’s Head Lopper. It’s the tale of a conan-like figure, Norgal, who travels the land dispatching evil. Often separating them from their heads.Continue reading Head Lopper Brickheads
I really like the BrickHeadz line, so when builders extend the existing models with builds like this it really works for me. jp_velociraptor did a fantastic job of translating the BttF time machine to this chibi-scale!
They may not be for everyone, but the wealth of creative Brickheadz continually amazes me. This deceptively simple build by jp_velociraptor has some cool features. Click through to check them out!
It’s barely February, but LEGO® seasonal sets wait for no one. I was in my FLLBS (friendly local LEGO brand store) over the weekend and picked up the next of this year’s seasonal Brickheadz. Let’s check it out. Continue reading 40271 Bunny
I like this little hover tank by P. B.
Happy Droneuary! Tom did a great job with this crew.
coffeetablebricks really hit close to my heart with this Space Ghost!