Ever wanted your picture taken with the Hulk or Darth Maul? Well, if you can’t find the real people, or at least those dressed up as such at Comic-Con, why not do it with a large LEGO structure instead?
At Comic-Con it is not surprising to see people dressed up as their favorite characters from movies, television, and comics. In fact, it is often seen as a requirement to get in. But if you are unable to take a picture with someone who is dressed as the Incredible Hulk, would this be considered a good substitute?
LEGO always has a fun presence at Comic-Con and 2012’s exhibition definitely is up there. There are giant LEGO creations, including Hobbits, wizards, Darth Maul, and even the Hulk. Made by master builders, this is not something you find in a store as a kit. Well, unless you do not mind an instruction manual that is a few thousand pages.
I don’t know about you, but I would love to take my picture with a Hobbit! Maybe the wizard, but I’m kind of short, so a hobbit may be the better option.
For other LEGO related stories, check out the world’s first LEGO Colosseum and an amazingly adorable LEGO Boba Fett costume.