Feed me Seymour! A Little Shop of Horrors Lego MOC

Jordan Schwartz Lego The Little Shop Of Horrors

“I’m just a mean green mother from outer space and I’m bad!”

The Little Shop of Horrors is a great cult classic. It’s one of those rare horror musicals, that actually has a whole lot of heart. The films stars, Seymour and Audrey II, have great chemistry.  Jordan Schwartz has recently built their own Lego creation based on The Little Shop of Horrors. This little build features a simple but instantly recognizable Audrey II, which is accompanied by a Lego Minifigure of Seymour. This guy is also a great representation of Rick Moranis, and would be easily at home in many other Lego creations (Ghostbusters). Audrey II is looking very carnivorous, with a row of Lego teeth waiting to sink into some meat. What kind of hijinks will this duo get up to?

Jordan Schwartz Lego The Little Shop Of Horrors Audrey II

Check out this Lego Little Shop of Horrors creation over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sirnadroj/16504330966/

Lego Collectible Minifigures Series 14 (71010) Leaked Images!

Lego Collectible Minifigures Series 14, Monsters

Lego is going strong with their Collectible Minifigures theme. The recent Series 13 has proven to be extremely hard to find, with most retailers sold out long ago. 2015 is going to be another weird year for this theme. The next release will be the Simpsons Series 2 (a bunch of early production images were leaked). After that the official Series 14 will be released in the late summer or early fall. Breaking with the normal formula this series will be completely themed for Halloween. There will be 16 various monster and horror themed Minifigs in this release, some of them will even feature some extremely cool new molds.

So far 11 of them have been leaked, with the other 5 still hidden away somewhere. There is the (80s?) Frankenstein, Zombie Office Worker, Zombie Cheerleader, the Tigeress (a female tiger), a Mad Scientist, a Werewolf named Kel, a Zombie Pirate Captain, a Plant Man, a Witch and her Black Cat, a Vampire (actually a Vampiress), and a Skeleton Costume Man.

The Tigeress might be one of the most popular of Minifigures, coming with one of those new Minifig tails, and a neat 1960ish hair piece with ears.

Lego Collectible Minifigures Series 14, Tiger Leaked Images

The other stand out is the crazy Mad Scientist. This is the first Minifigure to come with an elongated head. This is a super cool piece but most likely it is attached to the glasses/hair. Making it a little less interesting.

Lego Collectible Minifigures Series 14, Mad Scientist Leaked Images

The Werewolf is looking pretty familiar (Monster Fighters) and the Undead Pirate has some awesome printing. Check out the skull and crossbones, this one is looking extra dead.

Lego Collectible Minifigures Series 14, Werewolf, Pirate

The Plant Guy is maybe the least interesting figure, and the Witch represents a pretty popular Halloween style.

Lego Collectible Minifigures Series 14, Witch, Plant

The Vampiress is looking deadly, and the plainish Skeleton Guy is pretty charming.

Lego Collectible Minifigures Series 14, Vampire, Skeleton Revealed

These leaked images of the Lego Collectible Minifigures Series 14 (71010) were posted over on Baidu, but have apparently been taken down. http://tieba.baidu.com/p/3544398851

I am Lego Groot

Almost everybody’s favorite Guardian of the Galaxy is Groot. This character has an interesting past, he started out as a villain all the way back in 1960. He didn’t reform his ways until he met Peter Quill (Starlord). It turns out that Groot is a Monarch (Floral Colossus) from Planet X. With the recent rise in popularity comes a whole lot of Lego MOCs. Not surprisingly most of them are trying to recreate the dancing “baby” Groot scene at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy. Here are just a few of the many Lego Groots out there:

Tyler's Lego Groot, I am Groot

“I am Groot” is the creation of Tyler (Legohaulic), and can be viewed over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/legohaulic/14885786161/

Sean and Steph Mayo's Lego Baby Groot

Sean and Steph Mayo created “Baby Groot” and can be found on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/legocy/15909759895/

Sparkytron's Lego Groot

There is also the super cute “LEGO Groot” created by Sparkytron over on DeviantArt: http://sparkytron.deviantart.com/art/LEGO-Groot-479615477

Chris McVeigh's Lego We are Groot

And finally, Chris McVeigh has created the awesome “We are Groot” (Brick Sketch #32), which can be found on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/powerpig/14978763016

A Lovely Lego Dryad

Anton Sundstrom's Lego Dryad

Lego has been releasing a wide variety of brown and green Lego pieces in the last few years. These colors were amazingly limited compared to the more basic colors (red, blue, gray… ), so it is great that these colors are being expanded. This lovely Lego Dryad, created by Anton Sundström, is an example of a build that couldn’t have been done in the past. The new flower pieces, and carrot tops are put to good use in the Dryad’s hair. But, what really sells this is the face. It is very simple but full of personality.

Check out this Lego Dryad over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/129291728@N06/15744240639/