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lego, minifig, zombie, hazmat, outbreak, contagion, fire
I’m an author, illustrator and photographer living in Halifax, NS who enjoys creating clever, quirky and often comical pictures that employ everything from action figures to backyard wildlife.
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Excellent. You’ve already got the most recent series out in Canada, ay? (sorry couldn’t resist).
Great execution…as always.
Yep, they showed up Saturday night at Walmart. They just hauled them out of the stock room, and being that it was ten minutes until close, I just bought a full, unopened box. Returned the ones I didn’t want the next day!
NICE ONE MATE!
You have far to many zombies for someone who should be an expert in ‘what lego feels like’ fantastic shot. where are the yellow minifigs from?
The hazmat guys are from the new Collectible Minifigure Series 4. And I currently have 23 zombies — I gave one away!
Incredible, fantastic!!! I have no clue where did you get the yellow figures, but they look awsome! Awsome shot!!
They’re from the new Collectible Minifigures Series 4, showing up now worldwide. Thanks for the comment!
Thank you kindly!
I appreciate your comments!
Ah, we don’t have series four yet, you always seem to have things 6 months before we do!!!
Actually they’ve started to show up in Tescos!
you have tescos in Canada?
No no, not in Canada. You’re in the UK, right? I was just letting you know they’re showing up now in the UK. :D
Oh right, yeah series 3 did but only in the really big ones, haven’t heard anyone say 4 was out yet. i shall have to keep an eye out – seems a bit random to put them both out so close to each other
love it :)