MegaTron

Lego M-Tron

LEGO Space is getting weird. Previously peaceful Classic Spacemen are kicking ass and M-Tron has been supersized.

No sooner had we pinched Wami Delthorn’s enormous reimagining of the classic 1993 M-Tron Core Magnetiser set from The Brothers Brick than one of our enterprising Elves went and found a 6989 re-boot of our own.

This ridiculously cool (and equally massive) version of the classic M-Tron set comes from Flickr’s Rat Dude, and it’s taken M-Tron to a whole new level. With a small army of mini-figures, Technic suspension, and Power Functions drive, this is Lego space as TLCB likes it!

There’s a whole lot more to see of Rat’s insane 6989 M-Tron recreation at his photostream – click the link above to join us there.

Lego 6989 M-Tron

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4 thoughts on “MegaTron

  1. […] up building possibilities for creations themselves. We love LEGO’s old magnet system from M-Tron and the LEGO Trains lines. They’re super-powerful, compact, and have been used to great […]

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  2. […] kick-ass over the years as builders have become ever more ambitious (see here, here and here). Much as we love these elaborate and slightly terrifying builds, there’s something nice […]

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  3. […] classic space themes have been getting increasingly serious of late, thanks to the slightly warped minds of you lot. Today it’s Blacktron’s turn, courtesy […]

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  4. […] have seen a resurgence thanks to the online Lego Community. From Ice Planet to Space Police, and M-Tron to Blacktron, each has been super-sized and – much to the Elves’ delight – […]

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