If you are going to make your Lord of the Rings Lego collection as complete as possible, then you’re going to want to throw some money at the just announced Tower or Orthanc set from Lego.
So you didn’t get everything you wanted for the holidays. There’s still plenty of time to make up for gifts gone awry with The One Ring.
If you are looking for a true Hobbit experience, you can always head to Hobbiton, the still standing sets and location of the Shire used in making The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films, has just opened the Green Dragon Pub, a place where you can get a drink while pretending you have giant furry feet.
NECA/WizKids Games, the leader in collectible gaming, under license with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, is excited to announce the upcoming release of their next game — The Lord of the Rings Dice Building Game, offering a unique twist on the original Quarriors dice building game engine invented by renowned game designers Mike Elliott and Eric Lang.
If the TARDIS engagement ring wasn’t your style then maybe this ring created by WETA will fit your fancy. Take the jump to find out how it can be yours without walking, walking, and more walking through Middle Earth.
I will argue till I’m blue in the face that Lego is the best toy company ever. The creativity that a person can learn, and then apply in multiple areas of life, just from a box of differently shaped and colored bricks is amazing. And that creativity is prevalent in the Lego community with the freeform creations that are thought up. Today we take a look at Lego Rivendell.
There are some who are creative with their Lego Bricks, and then there are some who are geniuses when it comes to building with their Lego Bricks. Daniel Z has taken it upon himself to recreate Healm’s Deep from The Lord of the Rings.
The million-selling Lord of the Rings calendars created during the ’70s by renowned fantasy artists Greg and Tim Hildebrandt are now considered artistic masterpieces. This coffee table art book, “The Tolkien Years of the Brothers Hildebrandt”, collects all that fantastic art, while telling the untold story behind the creation of those cherished illustrations, written by Greg Hildebrandt, Jr.! Be sure to pick up this book in September for only $29.99!
Art on the wall, art on the page, art in the museum… why not art on your shirt? “Cool Johnny” over at Threadless has a cool Halfling and Wizard shirt that reminds me of something familiar…
You knew it was going to happen – now that the LEGO: Lord of the Rings toys are now available, the company has announced the video game, and released a trailer to tease the upcoming hours of fun you will be having.
The last time we saw Lindsay Sterling she was fiddling away in the Legend of Zelda. Today, we get to see what she does with Lord of the Rings.
HOLY FREAKIN’ CRAP CAKES BOYS AND GIRLS! I just found more images of the LEGO Lord of the Rings sets LEGO will surely be showing off during Toy Fair, and I can’t wait until Summer 2012.