Twilight, the favourite fantasy of teenage girls everywhere, is not well understood in TLCB Towers. There are no cars (apart from the odd Volvo advertisement), little discernible acting talent present in the movies, and a there’s plot-hole* large enough to park a Steampunk Airship in. Which is handy, as that’s exactly what we’ve got here. Castor Troy’s ‘Vampire Hunter’ is full of phyiscs-bending whimsy and would be just the thing to liven up a dull love story between the undead and the world’s most boring teenager. You can see more of Mr. Troy’s magnificent ship on Flickr.
*Edward Cullen, whilst he likes to suck blood, possesses none himself. No blood means no… er, you know… Quite how he managed to conceive a child with Kirsten Stewart defies even TLCB’s rudimentary knowledge of sex-ed.
We’re feeling a bit whimsical here at TLCB today, so here’s a vampire-hunting steampunk tank. It makes absolutely no sense what-so-ever, what with a wooden gun barrel and steam propulsion, but sometimes we like things weird. Join in the fun at Castor Troy’s Flickr page here.
We fully expect to receive a lot of spam comments for home whitening kits following this title, but we couldn’t resist. Crowkillers’ spectacular Vampire GT Technic Supercar has undergone a colour change, swapping its previous midnight hue for something a whole lot more Apple. Normally this wouldn’t be worthy of another post, but when it looks this good we couldn’t let it go unnoticed. See more of the new Vampire on Brickshelf or at crowkillers.com.
And points to us today for keeping this post free from Michael Jackson jokes.
Like teen girls everywhere, we wish we had a Vampire. Crowkillers’ Technic Supercar, featured on The Lego Car Blog earlier in the year, is now on Lego Cuusoo. Vote for it and Lego may put it into production. The model will also be available shortly on eBay, with all proceeds going to the Make A Wish Foundation.