Lego has partnered with loads of iconic franchises, including Star Wars, Batman, The Lord of the Rings, and even Minecraft. Now, builder Ian Heath is providing a glimpse of what Doom might look like if it made the leap into the Lego universe. And it's pretty awesome:
Heath's Flickr page has a bunch of great shots of the diorama and some of its components. The whole thing will be on display at the Seattle BrickCon next month and at the Emerald City ComicCon in March.
If Lego made this an official set, I'd buy one. Thank to Reddit for the tip.
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