LEGO customizer EclipseGRAFX released over sixty new printed LEGO elements just a few days ago. Below, I will show you some of the new products I especially like. You can check them out, along with other new items at EclipseGRAFX.com. 🙂
As I mentioned in my previous review (see: LEGO Movie Posters & Stained Glass Windows), I really like the EclipseGRAFX printed movie posters. They are available in printed 2×4 tiles or 4×6 windowpanes. You can use these to decorate the windows and lobby of the #10232 LEGO Creator Palace Cinema, or perhaps the walls of a LEGO arcade, cafe, or comic book shop. They really are beautiful, especially the ones printed on clear windowpanes. The new selection includes seven LEGO-ized versions of original movie posters; Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Deadpool 2, two versions (3D rendered and illustrated) of Avengers: Infinity War, Captain America: The First Avenger, and Captain America: Civil War. Also, if you haven’t seen them already, I recommend checking out all the previous releases, including earlier Star Wars and superhero posters.
There is also a new line of comic books for minifigures, printed on 2×3 tiles. They are perfect for LEGO comic book shops, bookstores, libraries, corner stores, and more! So far, there are thirteen comic book designs for your minifigures to enjoy, featuring Spider-Man, Superman, Ironman, The Hulk, the Justice League, Thor, and more.
EclipseGRAFX released twenty new printed minifig heads with different facial expressions as well. LEGO has been getting much better at providing a good variety of facial expressions, but they are still lacking in some natural skin-tones. EclipseGRAFX offers yellow, light, medium, and dark skin-tones to add a greater selection.
EclipseGRAFX also collaborates with BrickArms, another well-established LEGO customizer, by adding printing to their custom products, and carrying a great selection of BrickArms products in their own shop. The BrickArms Chakram is a particularly nice piece with three different glow-in-the-dark designs.
There are many other custom printed items you can find at the EclipseGRAFX online shop, so it’s worth looking around. I always find something interesting for my minifigs. EclipseGRAFX participates in most of the large LEGO conventions around the US, so if you are planning to visit BrickWorld, BrickFair, etc. look for their table amongst the participating vendors. It’s always a pleasure to check out their items personally and purchase them on the spot. Their next destination is BrickWorld Chicago, held June 16 & 17, 2018 at the Renaissance Hotel & Convention Center.
What do you think? How do you like the new custom printed posters, comic books and other products? What other designs would you like to see? Feel free to share your thoughts and ideas in the comment section below! 😉
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