LEGO has selected our Big Bang Theory LEGO Ideas proposal to be an actual LEGO set!
Alatariel and I (GlenBricker) are not only deeply honored that LEGO has made this decision, but also excited and proud to be some small part of a show that we both love.
This proposal has been an amazing ride right from the moment it was posted to Ideas, and with reaching 10,000 in less than a month, was once of the fastest projects to reach that goal.
We give the deepest thanks to all those who voted for the project as well as shared it with their friends, families, and readers! Without your support this, quite literally, would not be possible.
This announcement of production will lead to other milestones such as the reveal of the official set, publication of release date, and, of course, the actual release of the set. If you would like to stay on top of these details, please consider following us on twitter or our blogs:
As for the other projects that shared our review:
Congrats to the LEGO Birds project! We hope to see some Doctor Who sets make the next review and our deepest sympathies go out to those projects that were not picked up. We know that you have poured your heart and soul into your Ideas Campaigns and that getting to the review, without reaching production is incredibly disheartening. For those wishing to rework their concept and post again, we wish you the best of luck.
For the Doctor Who fans out there, to showcase how much we all love Doctor Who, please consider also voting for the 10th Doctor's Tardis project. The more votes in ANY Doctor Who project there are, the more likely it is that at least one project will get produced.
Thank you once again!
Alatariel & GlenBricker
For those still reading, who have enjoyed our work, please excuse this moment of crass promotion of our other projects.
Vardo (Romani Wagon)
When it does get published you will find it at this link.
Mega Man Project
This project is an attempt to capture the creativity, magic, and science from the ever popular Magic School Bus series of books and shows.
Rebuild the bus into a variety of shapes while using LEGO to explore science and imagination.