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Posted by G.I. Brick | March 17, 2014
Posted by G.I. Brick | March 13, 2014
Posted by G.I. Brick | March 6, 2014
GI Brick will be attending our first show of the season right here in Portland, OR. BricksCascade is in its 3rd year and will be featuring a "Ready to MOC (my own creation)!" theme this year.
We are bringing these to add to the goodie bags, but there is always potential that something might make it back here to the website so be sure to check in!
In addition, Will Chapman announced on Flickr last night, (3/5/14) some very exciting news! He finally made the tactical vest! I know many of you were waiting a long time for this and without further ado here it is...
These will be on sale at the show this weekend and then once we have word from Mr. Chapman, we'll have them on the website.
Hope to see lots of your smiling faces at the show! Here is more information for you...
Posted by G.I. Brick | November 26, 2013
Why go out and freeze in the cold? Stay inside and shop for that Customs LEGO fan on your list! We have more BrickArms than we know what to do with just for you!
Just for the special occasion we have made 1 x 8 bricks for those of you who spend $10 or more on this special day!
Mr. Chapman is bringing a huge bag of Prototypes with him to Portland for Turkey Day and I'm going to hand pick each one out for giveaway!
Spend $25 get 1 Prototype
Spend $50 get 1 Prototype in a Gold Sparkle Crate
Spend $100 get 1 Prototype in a signed by Will Chapman Gold Sparkle Crate! (You better believe you are going to get an AMAZING Prototype in this crate!)
HoHoHo and Happy Holidays!
Posted by G.I. Brick | November 19, 2013
The madness doesn't stop there! From now through November 23, 2013 you will get an EclipseGrafx Zombie Head for every BrickArms Zombie Defense Pack 2014 you purchase at GI Brick! (Pack price $15, EclipseGrafx Head price $4)
While you are at it, don't forget to pick up a "Shaun" Figure for $15, while he's still in stock! Who else is better equipped to take on the Zombie Hoards!?
Posted by G.I. Brick | October 22, 2013
These XBR4s are printed on a Flat Bed UV Printer with Solvent ink, by Will Chapman himself! This ink will not come off! These are truly one of a kind and a testament to not only what the printer can do but Will's creative genius as well!
The Wireframes come in a variety of different gradients and colors which are pictured below and are priced at $8 each.
These can all be found on the website under what's new or by clicking on the following button---> BUY WireFrame XBR4s NOW!
Posted by G.I. Brick | September 17, 2013
Posted by G.I. Brick | September 8, 2013
Joe Trupia of CitizenBrick.com who is our pad printer and in my opinion the best in the business, got an article written in the Daily Mail today, flaming his most recent fan project. If you are familiar with this popular show, you would know that this product is in no way intended for children. Joe is an avid fan himself and created this set as a result. I have to ponder why this was news with everything else going on in the world today, but I'm so glad that Joe is getting attention! In our businesses, even "bad press" is good. I hope this gives him the attention he deserves, he's an amazing artist!
Outrage as toy company creates 'crystal meth lab' for children with Breaking Bad play sets
- 500-part set has all the drugs paraphernalia used in hit American series
- Lego refused to sanction or endorse the toy, which was made by independent company Citizen Brick
- Twitter users blasted £160 toy as an inappropriate plaything
By MIA DE GRAAF
Children can now build their own drug dens with a shocking new play kit inspired by TV show Breaking Bad.
The sell-out £160 kit, branded 'SuperLab', lets any child or adult recreate Walter White's notorious crystal meth lab.
Complete with protective masks, drug paraphernalia, figurines and a version of the car from the show, infants can even reenact scenes from the series.
The toy looks similar to a classic Lego set, although it is not connected to the Danish company in any way and was made by a separate firm.'Bricking Bad' allows children - or adults - to construct the industrial meth lab set up by Walter White and drug boss Gustavo FringThe 500-brick set, made by Citizen Brick in the United States, comes complete with figures of the main characters and enables you to build the entire meth labThe RV used by the characters to rustle up their drugs. Customers are given all the drugs paraphernalia with the kit
Outraged commentators took to Twitter to speak out against the bizarre toy.
Jeff Myers tweeted: 'Made for children raised by parents who should know better.'
Jacques Gonzales added: 'Definitely not for kiddies!'
The drama, in its fifth and final series, follows chemistry teacher Walter White on his journey to raise money for his family's future when he is diagnosed with lung cancer.
The schemer from Albuquerque, played by Bryan Cranston, enlists the help of a former pupil Jesse Pinkman, played by Aaron Paul.
A global hit, it is hailed by critics and watched by millions around the world.
Drug boss Gustavo Fring (left) and police officer Mike Ehrmantraut (right) have been fashioned into figurinesThe £160 kit has already sold out online. The American show has a wealth of underage viewers worldwide
But Lego Group refused to sanction the merchandise, produced by Citizen Brick, because of its 'adult content'.
Beneath the sold-out item, the Citizen Brick website told customers: 'Soothe yourself with the Citizen Brick Superlab Playset.
'Who knows what fun you’ll cook up with this deluxe set, chock full of realistic details, and three exclusive minifigs! Over 500 parts!Lego refused to sanction the play set because of the 'adult content' available to people of any age
'This set is a product of Citizen Brick, and is not sponsored, authorized or endorsed by the LEGO Group, owners of the registered LEGO(R) trademark.'
Interest in the series is rife among under-age viewers, with one pair of children screening their own version on YouTube last month.
Rather than Class As, the Breaking Bad Jr stars deal in Jelly Beans, and the star suffers from diabetes instead of cancer.
Posted by G.I. Brick | August 30, 2013
Posted by G.I. Brick | August 28, 2013
Will Chapman of BrickArms has redesigned the molds in his Redmond, WA shop and hand injected every weapon in an overmolding process to create these new takes on old classics! The details you will find in each one of these weapons is like nothing you will see in the regular production line weapons in the BrickArms catalog. Get them while you can!
The M1851 Navy Revolver
The Mosin Nagant
The M1A1 SMG