A couple of weeks ago I posted about an interesting video game project coming from CD ProjekT Red called Cyberpunk 2077; and how we were more than a little excited about it, even though we know very little at this point.
When I was growing up the best I could do with a LEGO set was build a box house with a roof that kept falling off so the idea that there are people like Paul Boratko who can do things with LEGO sets like this supercar makes me just a tad envious.
Can I say it again – I want this sucker for my desk – seriously.
I’m sorry for the abject enthusiasm but you have to admit that this model of Firefly’s famous ship Serenity is all kinds of goodness that just needs to be sitting on your desk (preferably mine though).
At 8 inches long it won’t take up a lot of space but with a incredible detail packed into a 1:400th scale model made from dozens of cast parts as well as being hand painted you are getting all the sweetness of the original thing – well sort of.
There are all kinds of figurines that hit the market when some new movie is hitting the theaters. Some are really bad, others are just laughable, but then you get the ones from companies like Hot Toys who obviously care very much about what they are making.
This offering of the Nick Fury figure from the company is a perfect example of that dedication to giving you real quality for your buck. True to past figures this one of Nick Fury is a movie accurate figure with incredible detail to the head, costume, weapons, and other accessories.
I’m not even going to try and show my ignorance when it comes to a tabletop game called Warhammer 40K other than the fact that the game apparently has a pretty big, loyal, and dedicated following especially if you take into account these awesome models by Next Level Painting (NLP).
As he says on his blog he has taken the various villains from the DOOM video game and used them as models for a converted Warhammer 40K Daemon DOOM army.
You got to admit this is pretty cool.
On the day that the Large Haldron Collider discovers its first new particle it also gets some serious LEGO love with this great looking LEGO model of the LHC’s Atlas experiment.