Posts tagged as toys

Lego Is Releasing a Bunch of 'Simpsons' Minifigures

Lego announced via Facebook today that they're releasing a new series of The Simpsons minifigures to coincide with a Lego-centric episode of the show that's set to air May 4th. The 16-piece series of minifigures includes the five members of the Simpsons clan, Mr. Burns, Chief Wiggum, Ralph Wiggum, Krusty the Clown, Milhouse, Nelson, Apu, Grampa Simpson, Itchy & Scratchy, and Flanders. The minifigures will be available for $3.99 each and will be released in early May sometime around the Lego Simpsons episode. The Simpsons' Lego episode, entitled "Brick Like Me," is the 550th episode of the show, and it follows Homer waking up in a world where [...]

Life-Sized Lego Model of Conan O'Brien Combines Two of the Internet's Favorite Things

Lego! Coco! How can the internet resist such a thing? This life-sized Conan model was built from Lego bricks by "World-renowned LEGO artist" Nathan Sawaya, who somehow has made a living out of playing with toys. Kudos, Nathan.

Cartman's Muscle Man Marc Doll Is Now a Real, Purchasable Doll

Do you have $125 and nothing to spend it on? Like really nothing? Well, South Park superfan/designer Marc Jacobs will happily take that money in exchange for a limited edition Muscle Man Marc doll like the one Cartman had. You can buy it here on Marc's website. While you're there, you might as well also purchase this $38 iPhone case that just says "Marc Jacobs" over and over in black and grey or this $128 "MJ" embossed camera case or this $68 graphite middle finger, which could be a paper weight or a cumbersome belt buckle – I'm not sure (How does fashion work?). Watch [...]

Let's Play with the 'Arrested Development' LEGO Set This Weekend

Matt De Lanoy created a custom LEGO set that recreates the entire Arrested Development universe, so if you ever wanted to build a model home model, now you can. It has everything: Gob on a Segway, a blue Tobias, a hook-handed Buster, and more and more and more. If it gets 10,000 supporters, the stair car will get mass produced so support, support, support. Check out more photos below (and here) and get your LEGO building fingers stretched: