Creations, construction techniques, and news from the world of plastic toys
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I stumbled on this today and figured if no one saw this before they might be interested. At the very least the guy has a lot of well-preserved LEGO sets.
Seen it before, but the guy hasn't posted a new comic since febuary. He's had haituses before, but none this long that I can remember. Also, there's some great examples of DSM heroic feats in here perfect for inspiration.
The only unflawed system is Lego System.
Zupponn wrote:All you have to do is flatten his head.Colette wrote:You're free to make your own map from scratch, however.
Silverdream wrote:TL;DR Be like Scratch.
Captain-Camper wrote:tl;dr I'm just going to assume don't be like voin and be more like scratch.
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Indeed. I find it funny how his comics seem to be set in the time frame of the ancient DSMs, ahah.Zahru II wrote:Finally caught up with the comic, it's entertaining. I'm really jelly how nice of a collection he has.
Toys Were Us part 6:DetectiveFork wrote:FYI, this comic has been updating again for the last couple of years.
but a giraffe