Dr. Who Travels To A Plastic Universe

Dr. Who Travels To A Plastic Universe

LEGO Ideas, the system that allows fans to have their custom creations turned into retail sets, have announced the results from the end of 2014. It’s good news for Lego sci-fi fans.

LEGO Ideas (formally known as LEGO Cuusoo) is a system that allows people to create and submit their own custom creations. People can then visit the LEGO Ideas website and vote for their favourite creations. Any set that achieves over 10,000 votes is submitted to a LEGO review board and every six months they choose the best ideas to become proper retail sets that will appear in stores. Previous entries include the DeLorean from Back To The Future and Ecto1 from Ghostbusters.

The LEGO Ideas board has just announced the results from the end of 2014 and the first winner is Dr. Who!

Designed by LEGO Ideas user AndrewClark2, this set contains several doctors and their respective companions.He also designed the TARDIS with both interior and exterior play sets.




The second winner was Angus MacLane who works as an animator at Pixar. Whilst working on the animated feature Wall-E, he created this awesome LEGO version.



Both of these ideas will now be assessed by the building team at LEGO and undergo modifications before going on sale. LEGO will announce release dates and pricing at a later time.

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