“E” is for Episode I

Let me begin by saying that I am really excited about today’s post. For the letter “E” in my LEGO-fied A-to-Z challenge, I have chosen to do Episode I: The Phantom Menace from Star Wars. Of all of the LEGO-fied posters I will be sharing with you this month, today’s was one of the hardest…

“D” is for Deep Blue Sea

It is Day 4 of the April A-to-Z blogging challenge, and for the letter D, I have chosen to LEGO-fy the Deep Blue Sea movie poster. Deep Blue Sea was released in theatres on July 28, 1999. I had just graduated from high school about a month before that, and was cruising around town in my first…

“C” is for Captain America

For Day 3 of the April A-to-Z Blogging Challenge, I have chosen Captain America to represent the letter C. For those of you who regularly follow my blog, you know that I am pretty solidly a DC Comics fan. So, why then am I choosing a Marvel character for my post? I never read the…

“B” is for Beautiful Trauma

Today marks the second day of the April A-to-Z Blogging Challenge, and in my LEGO-fied series, I have recreated P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma album cover. I have been a fan of P!nk since the days of Can’t Take Me Home.  That album came out in my first year of college. One of my earliest memories of listening to P!nk…

“A” is for Armageddon

And the April A-to-Z blogging challenge begins anew (click here to visit the official website to learn more). This is my second year taking part in the challenge. This year, my theme is LEGO-fied. I will be taking pop-culture art (movie posters, album covers and such) that have meant something to me over the years, and…

A-to-Z Challenge Theme Reveal 2018

It’s that time of year again… the April A-to-Z Blogging Challenge is almost upon us. I tried the challenge for the first time last year, and I had a really good time. So, I am back and ready for a second year! Joining last year was a bit of a last minute decision on my…

Z is for Zombies!!!

The Zombie virus is relatively new in the LEGO universe. The first recorded case of zombification in a Minifigure was in 2010 (Minifigures Series 1). Subsequent cases were documented in 2012 (Monster Fighters theme), 2015 (Minifigures Series 14 & I Love That Minifigure book), and 2016 (Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters). Two zombies have even been sighted…

Y is for Yellow

A smiling yellow face has been synonymous with the LEGO Minifigure since its inception in 1978. Still today, LEGO’s staple themes like City, Creator, and Ninjago all have yellow Minifigures. It used to be that only monsters and aliens came in any other colour. Nowadays, all licenced themes based on real people or characters with…