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Can the Aleister Crowley minifig be far behind?
In our stumblings around the Web we have come across an incredible number of Tarot Decks. Some of our favorites have been The Housewife's Tarot, The Beyond the Valley of the Dolls Tarot, and the utterly brilliant Peanuts Tarot. The Lego® Tarot joins that elite group. The folks over at Reasonably Clever should investigate selling these things. They'd move a ton of 'em.
What happens when you cross a Lego® Geek with an Apple® Geek?
You get Tomi, the driving force behind PodBrix. Tomi makes limited edition minifigs based on Apple icons. The first two editions, the iPod Silhouette Man and the Keynote Steve Jobs were limited editions of 300 selling for $16.99 each. Is there a market for this stuff? Both editions sold out in minutes.
Yea! more crucifixions!
Last time we brought you The Brick Testament which included some of the bloodier tales of the Bible re-enacted with Lego® minifigs. Now we bring you Block Death, which features enactments under the following headings: Ages of Execution, Torture Classics, Occupational Hazards, Domestic Incidents, and Troubles Abroad.
You can never, ever, go wrong with children's figures and gore...
I Vas only Following orders
...or can you? Back in the 90s a Polish artist created a stir by putting together a Lego® Concentration Camp. He created three of the sets complete with custom packaging. Lego®, which supplied the bricks under a special order without realizing what the artist was up to, was none too pleased when the sets came out. This was done as an artistic statement, not as a sick joke. We apologize for the long URL ( second-longest in WWWeird history ) , but this site had the best pictures of the sets.