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Whovians rejoice!

LEGO has announced Wednesday that it will produce the first ever “Doctor Who” set.

The block maker has been letting fans choose which themed sets it produces as part of its crowdsourced Ideas campaign (previously LEGO CUUSOO).

Anyone can submit a pitch that includes photos and videos of the design, and you need 10,000 supporters to vote for your idea in order for it to move on to the next stage. A review board will then choose which of the top designs will become a legit product.

Past winners have included “Ghostbusters”, a “Back to the Future” DeLorean, and a Minecraft set.

The “Doctor Who and Companions” set was one 6 finalists from an early 2014 grouping where there were actually 3 winners.

The pitch includes 1 or 2 Doctors, a TARDIS, an interior console, K9, a Dalek, 2 companions, a Weeping Angel and a Cyberman.

LEGO also announced that a Wall-E themed set will be produced a the winner from the most recent batch of 8 nominees.

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These models were done by LEGO wunderkind Evan Bacon.

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Makoto Azuma designed this awesome LEGO bonsai tree. Check out more in the via link below!

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A couple of days ago, we wrote about a mystery Simpsons LEGO set that had emerged on the internet. Now LEGO has officially unveiled the details of what will be the first in a series of sets, starting with the Simpsons' home.

The unveiling features a short walkthrough of the house (without revealing too much) and includes a fascinating explanation on how each of the Simpsons figures are designed and sculpted. LEGO first announced the Simpsons series in August 2013. This first set will be available for purchase in February 2014.







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Japanese LEGO artist Akiyuky spent over 600 hours to create this complex, Rube Goldberg machine-like assembly line that stretches over 100 feet in length.