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    Check out this amazing slow motion video of the special edition Scorpion model! This amazing kit is easy to build and can be customized so you can design your very own roller coaster! It relies on gravity just like the real thing.
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    LEGO builder Marshall Banana spent a year planning and building this 7,500 piece replica of the latest version of Han Solo’s ride. The official LEGO set for The Force Awakens’ Falcon is 1.329 pieces, and it doesn’t look so hot. The biggest official LEGO Star Wars model ever made is the Ultimate Collectors Series Falcon, which consists of more than 5,000 pieces and is currently available on Amazon for $6,000. Marshall Banana’s version of the new Falcon is bigger and better than both of them. It is three-foot-long, 22 pound. Check out the Marshall’s Flickr stream for more shots of the incredible Falcon.
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    If you’re fond of puzzles and construction toys, check out UGears(on kickstarter). It’s an upcoming brand of working mechanical 3d models for self-assembly without glue,  made of laser-cut plywood. You snap them together without the need for tools or adhesive.  UGears’ launch kits include a locomotive, a tram, a tractor, a safe and a timer.
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    Lego has teamed up with French ad agency Brand Station to make Lego-branded padded slippers so your feet will survive that bricking. The extra-padded slipper will protect parents' feet against the tiny Lego bricks which otherwise cause pain when trodden on. The French blog Piwee has said 1,500 of the slippers will be made and handed out randomly to those who fill out a Christmas wish list on the Lego France site.
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    EGO pop artist Nathan Sawaya recently unveiled one of his latest creations: an 18ft. long Batmobile made of 500,000 LEGO pieces. Sawaya spent the next three months honing the design and getting ready to build a full-sized, 18-foot-long car made of solid LEGO bricks, 500,000 of them to be exact. That’s right: half a million. It will be the centerpiece in his joint global exhibition with Warner Bros. and DC Comics called The Art of the Brick: DC Comics.   The Art of the Brick: DC Comics will begin its world tour in Sydney, Australia in November.
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    LEGO has just announced via Facebook they're releasing their Doctor Who TARDIS set starting this December.
    "LEGO Ideas Doctor Who set will be available starting December! Construct a stunningly detailed LEGO version of the iconic TARDIS and role-play the Doctor’s time-travel adventures!"
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    A time-lapse of painting the Tamiya model kit of the Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf.J, Germany's most important tank during the Second World War.
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    Medicom Toy "The Joker" Bearbrick  available in its 100% and 400% sizes. The 100% toy retails for ¥1,500 JPY (approximately $13 USD) while the bigger 400% iteration retails for ¥8,800 JPY (approximately $75 USD)
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    This Silicone Finger Guards turn sticks into swords. It’s a simple silicone attachment that fits at the end of a branch and creates a finger guard that not only makes the “sword” look more legit, it also gives your child some semblance of protection. They’re $11, comes in three colors.
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    Do you want to buy a tricycle for your kid? Infento Rides offers a completely different approach to this reality: completely reconfigurable and transformable rides that your kids can assemble themselves as they outgrow their current model. Think of it like a Meccano set that your offspring, ages 0-13, gets to ride. “With just a hex key and a couple of hours, an adult and child can make a sledge, a recumbent bike, a trike with a cargo box, and more.” Unlike other similar offerings, Infento provides your child with a huge assortment of builds ranging in assemblage complexity from a few minutes up to six hours. It’s a great activity to do with your kid, and it’ll teach him valuable skills in the process. Prices start at $299, and go up to $599 for the Master Creator Kit, with which you can make up to 11 different rides; this works out to around $55 per ride, so as expensive as it is.
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    Realistic Praying Mantis Mask from Archie McPhee.It looks cool!
    "The praying mantis is one of our favorite insects, not only for their lithe physiques and graceful movements, but also because the females eat the males after mating. Now that's an insect! This beautiful latex mask captures all the detail of a giant insect head. The bold green color is enhanced by a gloss on the eyes that make them pop. Fits most adult heads.  "
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    Lego has officially revealed Pixar animator Angus MacLane’s Lego Ideas WALL•E set.
    Available starting September 1 for $50, the 677-piece set includes a booklet about MacLane and the Pixar film. Here’s the official description:
    "Build, display and role play with WALL•E! Construct the LEGO® Ideas version of WALL•E with posable neck, adjustable head and arms, gripping hands, opening trunk and rolling tracks.
    Build a beautifully detailed LEGO® version of WALL•E—the last robot left on Earth! Created by Angus MacLane, an animator and director at Pixar Animation Studios, and selected by LEGO Ideas members, the development of this model began alongside the making of the lovable animated character for the classic Pixar feature film. It has taken almost a decade to perfect the LEGO version, which incorporates many authentic WALL•E characteristics, including a posable neck, adjustable head, arms that move up and down and side to side, plus gripping hands and rolling tracks. With a trunk that opens and closes, you can tidy up the planet one pile of garbage at a time! This set also includes a booklet about the designer and the animated Pixar movie."
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    The gigatic K'NEX Big Ball Factory is back after 20 years. The $300 set stands over four-feet tall when fully constructed, and you’ll need to set aside a few solid hours to assemble its 3,151 pieces. Few building toys come with as satisfying a sense of accomplishment as the Big Ball Factory does, and when you’re done you then get to send four plastic balls tumbling through one of five different paths from the top of the tower to its base.
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    Lego superfans Jarren Harkema and Calvin Hartley is designing and creating a Lego Technic replica of the Sandcrawler. It’s an impressive 3-foot long, 28-pound, 10,000-brick behemoth. Harkema and Hartley met at a Lego robotics club and have been friends ever since. They spent over 500 hours creating the mammoth vehicle, and recently revealed it at Chicago’s Brickworld Lego convention. It was nominated for “Best Mechanical Creation.”
    The idea for the Sandcrawler was born in Hartley’s basement “that is “literally devoted to Lego” with tables, plastic tubs and an entire wall with drawers full of building elements. They chose the Sandcrawler because it provided a lot of interesting challenges when it came to the mechanics. The original building team started out with five, but gradually “whittled itself down to just the two of them,” said Harkema.
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    Yoga Joes are little green plastic army men performing yoga poses. You can get a set of all nine poses for $25. Those poses include: the tree pose, warrior one, the cobra pose, downward facing dog, meditation, the child's pose, the crow pose, warrior two, and headstand. What is your favorite yoga pose?
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    Japanese toymaker Figma offers a posable 6-inch plastic Venus de Milo action figure. She has her arms back...
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    The iconic plastic army men created by Louis Marx & Co in the 1950s. Classic Silver Army Men. The  miniature soldiers have been upgraded in sterling silver.Available for $195-$250.
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    A hulkbuster toy that can fit an iron man figure inside itself. The die-cast, fully articulated figure clocks in at a whopping 16-inches tall and comes with LED effects. However, it does not come with the 1/9th scale Iron Man figure, so you’ll have to shell out an additional $190 for that. When all is said and done, you’re looking at $840 for the complete Hulkbuster experience. $840 for an awesome Iron Man inside another Iron Man Suit? My poor wallet! Check out a video of the King Arts figure in action after the break.
    Product Pages: Hulkbuster ($649.99) Iron Man ($189.99)
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    Mad Max: Fury Road just hit theaters, LEGO builder Will has already remade the best vehicles of the movie with LEGO bricks, Cool.  Check them out after more or in his gallery over here.
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    The Star Wars Death Star Light Up Inflatable Ball from thinkGeek. It is  an inflatable beach ball. At night, the impact-activated LED inside makes playing with it even more fun.
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