Game Of Thrones Lego? Game Of Thrones Lego

Order yours at Etsy

I mean, obviously not Lego. Lego is a brand name, a large and litigious company. No no, these are more Dutch inspired assembly figures, which happen to have a similar design and compatibility with certain commercially available products.

And obviously, I don't mean Game of Thrones. Game of Thrones is the intellectual property of George R.R. Martin, and is licensed through an agreement with HBO. These are more fantasy inspired archetypes. Which happen to correspond to certain popular characters from a popular (and heavily pirated) TV show.

The point is, these things look fantastic. miniBIGS, on Etsy, has made this first series of five characters based upon the popular book series, calling them Throne of Bricks, and I'm not ashamed to say I've ordered a set for myself. As of this writing, there are about 50 sets left to purchase, so if you're interested, you'd better hurry.

Included in this first series are The Imp, Underfoot, Warden of the North, The Bastard, and Mother of Dragons, the individual pictures of which you can find after the jump. They are not cheap, but I think the facial expressions are more then worth of the cost. Jon... I mean, The Bastard, looks miserable, and the Imp is appropriately shit faced. Also, tiny dragon. Always important to include a tiny dragon.

Most importantly, just like in the show or the books, the heads and various limbs of any of these figures can be removed at any time.

Hit the jump for a better look at each character.

Even in Lego, he knows nothing
Horse heart smeared torso not available
His legs are removable
Nice badge.
This is... appropriate

Suggestions for series 2? I'd say Arya, who could be called The "Boy"; Sansa, the Little Dove; Jamie, the Kingslayer; Cersei, the Queen and Joffery, the Little Shit. And maybe a Direwolf pup, to keep on the trend of including an animal each time.

Or, Hodor! They have oversized Lego figs, right? Hodor. There must be Hodor.

Via Uproxx.
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Adopting the descriptor of "successfully unpublished author", MR. Clark began writing things on the internet in 2012, which he believed to be an entirely reputable and civilized place to find and deliver information. He regrets much.


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