This is a series of LEGO playsets designed by LEGOManiac Alex Jones (aka Flickr user Orion Pax) of the various downtown buildings featured in Back To The Future II. They even all connect with the pond in the middle that Marty gets stuck over on his hoverboard. "Hey McFly, you bojo -- those boards don't work on water!" But seriously, that was pretty stupid of McFly thinking his board would work on water. It's not a f***ing Jetski, dummy.
Hit the jump for the rest including the Jaws 19 theater, Cafe 80's, the Mr. Fusion plant, as well as all of them together PLUS BONUS DINO RIDERS because I'm a sucker for those laser-toting sexpots.
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Lego Back to the Future Scenes of the Day [geeks.thedailywh.at]
Thanks to Mark, who sold me an alleged sports almanac from the future for $600 but it turned out to be a Maxim with the cover ripped off. I'm gonna break both his legs the wrong way.
This is the old west time-traveling train from Back to the Future III recreated in LEGO by Back to the Future and LEGO fan Masashi. It's an electric set and works on LEGO train tracks, but is currently only a LEGO Cuuso project and will undoubtedly be denied manufacture by LEG... / Continue →
This is Chris P. Bacon, a rudely named piglet who was born without the use of his back legs. But now he cruises around like a pro thanks to the K'NEX wheelchair fashioned for him by Florida veterinarian Dr. Len Lucero. Think 'Charlotte's Web' but with zero spiders and anythin... / Continue →
This is the battle on Fhloston Paradise from 'The Fifth Element' recreated in LEGO by builder Matt De Lonoy. The Fifth Element -- now that was a good movie. And not just because an orange-haired Milla Jovovich was running around in less medical bandages than you'd find in a f... / Continue →