Hi, my name is Lil Ricky! May I help you find used LEGO sets?
The Brick Blog is a news aggregator sponsored by
The Plastic Brick for LEGO® & building block related
reviews, videos, images, news & articles.

Brian will be at PAX East 2015!



Hey Gamers! You've heard Brian doing our gaming videos here on The Brick Show. He's going to be at PAX East 2015 starting tomorrow if you want to meet up and talk games! -- On Social Media...
Views: 0
0 ratings
Time: 02:00 More in Entertainment

LEGO Hawkeye Minifigures (2012 vs 2015)



Cast Vote: http://www.brickshow.tv/news/2015/03/favorite-lego-hawkeye-minifigure/ Stephen looks at the two Official LEGO Hawkeye minifigures that have been released so far. Which one do you...
Views: 2
0 ratings
Time: 04:51 More in Entertainment

LEGO Ninjago Jungle Raider 70755 Build & Review



LEGO 70755 Jungle Raider Ninjago Build AND Review SUBSCRIBE to BrickQueen: http://bit.ly/1j3VMDo More LEGO NINJAGO videos: http://bit.ly/1BLLfF8 Overpower the Anacondrai with the ...
Views: 0
0 ratings
Time: 02:01 More in Entertainment

LEGO Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Review



Courtesy of Steven Hoch This video is a minifigure of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from the Ghostbusters movie. All pieces are LEGO and are not custom printed.. -- On Social Media -- Facebook:...
Views: 11
2 ratings
Time: 03:26 More in Entertainment

Young LEGO Fan shows incredible generosity

This is a guest post written by Paul Lee, as he discovered this boy’s generosity.

Zachary Rogers

Like most boys his age, Zachary Rogers, age 9, is a huge LEGO fan and a huge Minecraft fan. So when LEGO started a Minecraft line, you can be certain he was excited. According to his mom, Jill, he had been saving up for some time to buy the largest set in the Minecraft line, 21118 The Mine. He had saved $120 in total, which would have been more than enough.

But then, earlier this week, the school held an assembly for Pennies for Patients. Pennies for Patients is a youth program from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in which students are encouraged to collect spare change to help their mission to ”cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.”

This hit particularly close to home because, in the last year, his friend, Jordan Williams, a fellow LEGO mega fan, lost his life to leukemia.

So, on his own, in an incredible act of generosity for a 9 year old, Zack donated the entire $120 he saved to Pennies for Patients. His mom says, “I love that he decided to help kids instead of spending money on himself.”

It’s good to know there are really amazing kids with good hearts out there like Zack.

I applaud Zack’s amazing generosity. He is a truly awesome LEGO kid!


Page 1 of 945