When I was a kid, LEGO didn’t have movie licenses. We only had “Space”, “Castle”, “Pirates”, and “City”, and we were damn glad to have them. Now there are all these fancy-shmancy movie tie-ins like Star Wars, Harry Potter, Spider-Man, and Lord of the Rings. But one LEGO licensed-property we’ll probably never see is Shaun of the Dead. For some bizarre reason, LEGO doesn’t make sets based on R-rated zombie movies, but these Shaun LEGO would be amazing. They’d even be true to the movie since you’d be able to pull David apart.
Hit the jump to check out the images of terrific Shaun of the Dead LEGO that will never exist. Then have fun pining after something you didn’t even know you wanted until now.
Images created by Flickr user Yatkuu [via Nerds Raging]. Click over to Yatkuu’s Flickr page to see more of his/her brilliant and one-of-a-kind LEGO sets.
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