Mr. Gold: How Much Will You Pay For Lego’s Most Exclusive Mini-Figure?
Mar18

Mr. Gold: How Much Will You Pay For Lego’s Most Exclusive Mini-Figure?

Mental Floss has compiled a list of the priciest Lego mini-figures on the market today, including this gold chrome plated figure known as Mr. Gold, part of Series 10, released in 2013. Limited to only 5,000 pieces worldwide, it has since become the single most expensive minifig. Prices vary wildly, ranging from $500 to $1100. 20 Rare (And Really Expensive) LEGO Minifigures | Mental...

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Homer Simpson’s Mr. Potato Head
Jan22

Homer Simpson’s Mr. Potato Head

“The Simpsons” is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2014 and to mark the occasion, they released a Mr. Potato Head version of Homer Simpson. It is available to purchase online for $18 from Entertainment...

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‘Beware The Batman’ Happy Meal Toys Coming In October
Sep18

‘Beware The Batman’ Happy Meal Toys Coming In October

McDonald’s next set of Happy Meal toys will be based on the popular Beware The Batman Animated TV Series on the Cartoon Network. The upcoming toys include eight collectible Batman figures and accessories: Batman on Batcycle, wearable Batman eye mask, flying Batman figure, Batman with Batclaw and a posable Beware The Batman...

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John Lasseter and the Toys that Inspired ‘Toy Story’
Aug09
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Life-Size Working Replica of WALL-E
Aug06

Life-Size Working Replica of WALL-E

Michael McMaster from Bakersfield California decided to try to build a working life-size replica of Pixar’s WALL-E. McMaster belonged to the R2D2 Builders Club and decided to try to test his skills to recreate that other robot voiced by Ben Burtt. Since Star Wars was a live-action film, the R2 builders have a ton of real life prop and blueprint references to work off of. But WALL-E exists only in the computer, so they needed to create...

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LEGO Builds BIG, BIG, BIG Star Wars X-Wing Fighter
May24

LEGO Builds BIG, BIG, BIG Star Wars X-Wing Fighter

Those crazy LEGO guys have really outdone themselves with their incredible life-size model of a Star Wars X-Wing Fighter built out of 5,335,200 LEGO bricks. The design reproduces the official $60 Lego 9493 X-Wing Fighter. But instead of being 560 pieces and a few inches long, this model uses more than five million pieces and it’s 11 feet tall and 43 feet long, with a 44-foot wingspan. That’s 42 times the size of the commercial...

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