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Reminder Free LEGO City Build today at Toys R Us


June 15 12-2 children 5 and up can build a free LEGO Police car.
Event is intended for children ages 5 and up. Event materials available while supplies last and are available only to participating children. Limit one per child.

Event is intended for children ages 5 and up. Event materials available while supplies last and are available only to participating children. Limit one per child.
Toys r us lego build.

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LEGO City Police Car build at TRU this sat.


Build an exclusive Classic free lego at  toys r us

Event is intended for children ages 5 and up. Event materials available while supplies last and are available only to participating children. Limit one per child.

Visit your local participating Toys “R” Us location in the United States.

http://club.lego.com/en-us/events/


Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention with Bricks & Heroes.


It’s been over a week since the Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention. I finally have time to blog on the con. This was the third year of the con but the first time they had a track dedicated to LEGO. This was also the first LEGO event I’ve attended.

We went to sell my toy photography prints. Once we were set up I got to walk around a bit. The first purchase I made was from the Citizen Brick booth. I knew they mini-fig babies so I had to get one to commemorate my son’s birth. I also picked up a zombie heady and a victim torso.

minibaby lego

image via citizen brick

As previously posted in Zombie Invasion and Magneto’s first job, I got a few custom pieces from EclipseGRAFX. The Zombie fighter is one of the coolest things at the show.

EclipseGRAFX mini-figs

I bought a few Mini-figs from Milton Train Works. I got a series 2 life guard, series 8 Santa and another figure from a set that I don’t own. It’ll appear in a future post. With the purchase of the life guard I now have at least one mini-fig from every series but #1

milton train works

one of milton train works displays.

Brickmania toys had some great looking kits. and a Bikini Bottom MOC. The LEGO group was there but as display only they didn’t have products for sale. But they did have a LEGO Batman comic book. It was game trailer in a printed form. brickmania kits

There were also vendors selling various LEGO sets and mini-figures. Since it was part of a comic convention, there were several places selling comic books, toys, t-shirts and geek stuff. There were also some panels, concerts, and short films.

We had a lot of fun and hope to make it back. More pictures on my site, RenaissanceFairePictorial.com

Coolest costume at the convention.