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Set to be unveiled at San Diego Comic Con later this week, this new LEGO Batman Dark Knight Tumbler consists of 1,869 pieces, measures 15 inches tall by 9 inches wide, and "includes not only a Christian Bale-style Batman minifig, but also a beautifully crafted Joker styled after the character brilliantly played by the late Heath Ledger," says Hi Consumption. Available here starting July 27th. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a dog apologizing to a baby in the most adorable way possible.

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LEGO began making interlocking toy bricks in 1949. Since then, a global LEGO subculture has emerged, complete with supporting movies, games, competitions, and six themed amusement parks. All of this began in the workshop of Ole Kirk Christiansen, a skilled carpenter from Billund, Denmark, who began making wooden toys in 1932. Two-years-later, in 1934, his company came to be called "LEGO", which comes from the Danish phrase leg godt, which means "play well". As of 2013, approximately 560-billion Lego pieces have been produced. Continue reading to see some of the geekiest LEGO tattoos ever.

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Sugru (moldable synthetic rubber) and LEGO Minifigs are perfect companions, or at least for securely holding cords. This discovery was made by Andreas, a LEGO fan from Germany. He uploaded a picture of it to Sugru's online gallery last month, and users around the world have adopted the idea. According to company founder, Jane ni Dhulchaointigh, "Since we shared the project on Twitter, we've been getting more and more pics of people copying it. It's so cool to see all the different characters and locations." Continue reading for more pictures.

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United States of LEGO by award-winning photographer Jeff Friesen basically reimagines the different states of the USA in colorful brick form. Each of these scenes capture a unique aspect of the place's history, geography, or culture, like the famed UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico. Friesen used only construction paper and his daughter's small LEGO collection to create these accurate representations. Continue reading to see all the states and for more information. Product page.

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LEGO fans rejoice! A new world record has been set by a group of schoolchildren in Hungary. That's right, this record-breaking tower is situated in the shadow of the famous St. Stephen's Basilica and at approximately 114-feet-tall, smashing the previous record of 112-feet, 9-inches from 2013. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Ever wonder what Banksy's most famous street art pieces would look like in LEGO? Jeff Friesen also wondered the same question and so he created the original series "Bricksy". He says: "There is something compelling about gritty street scenes rendered in clean, modernist LEGO bricks." Click here to view the first image in this week's Continue reading for a viral video of a mind-blowing 7-year-old martial artist from Japan.

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In J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth tales, Helm's Deep was a large valley in the north-western Ered Nimrais (White Mountains). The valley was described as being blocked over its entire width by the natural series of hills called Helm's Dike and behind that lay the fortress of Aglarond or the Hornburg, at the entrance to the Glittering Caves. In The Two Towers, the fortress guarding Helm's Deep becomes the refuge of the main army of the Rohirrim, under King Theoden during the War of the Ring. Continue reading to see an epic recreation made with 150,000 LEGO bricks and accessories.

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LEGO fans rejoice!. Soon you'll be able to sail aboard a mega yacht that was inspired by both LEGO and skyscrapers. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, swimming pools, a staircase that doubles up as a stage and glass elevators. It was created by designer Lujac Desautel's and boasts 5,600 square feet of roaming space and twin hulls. According to Desautel, "Each floor is entirely dedicated to maximizing the amount of living space for guests and crew on board." Similar to a skyscraper, glass is used to reflect the surrounding area (in this case, the ocean) and an elevator makes up its core, passing through the crew pantries, a wine cellar, sick berth, kitchen, and day heads. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Just won the lottery or sold your company for millions? Here are some awesome things that geeks should have in their dream home. Starting off, we have an NYC apartment that has received the complete LEGO makeover. That's right, LEGO master builder Sean Kenney was commissioned to create this work of art, and along with a few designers, he used over 20,000 LEGO bricks to cover this 1,500 square-foot NYC apartment over roughly 2 weeks. Continue reading for more.

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Ever wonder what the Star Wars characters do in their spare time? If so, then look no further than this geeky photo series by Malaysian photograper Zahir Batin, who "combines his talent for photography with paper art and miniature figures to reinterpret the Star Wars universe in his own way," according to Bored Panda. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a mom's sneeze with unexpected results.

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