This past weekend had so many awesome (some of which were free) activities and events for LEGO fans. The following is a review of these events from I LUG NY members who were fortunate to be in attendance at all of these events.
Starting Thursday, October 9th and running through Sunday October 12th was New York Comic Con, held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. This event is not just a celebration of comic books but of all things pop culture related as well.
Both Rick and I wrote up little spoiler-free mini reviews. The short version: Go see the movie. It’s well worth the money, even if you’re not an “Adult Fan of LEGO” . Read on if you want to find out why. Continue reading The LEGO Movie Reviews→
Our love of LEGO has benefited I LUG NY members in many ways and yesterday I had the opportunity to take part in something special to benefit others.
Yesterday, the Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York received a donation of new, sealed LEGO sets. I was told this donation of LEGO would go to the young patients in the hospital as well as placed in the playrooms there for patients to use with their families during their stay. The individuals in charge of accepting donations (Nicole and Colleen) were very appreciative, helpful and quick to respond to all of my questions. Continue reading Donation of LEGO to Cohen Children’s Medical Center from Brickset Community and I LUG NY→
Just thought I’d update you all on a new film we’re developing here at Paganomation…
“Little Guys… In Space!” is a stop-motion parody of ‘80s space toy commercials, featuring large-scale LEGO sculptures as the main characters. It’s a sequel to my 2007 film “Little Guys!”, which was created in a similar style — all characters, sets, backgrounds, and effects built out of LEGO bricks and elements.