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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Winter Soldier (5002943) Giveaway Winner Announced

A few weeks ago, I ran a contest to give away a LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Winter Soldier (5002943) minifigure polybag. The contest is now over and there was a total of 3,090 entries. The winner was randomly chosen by Random.org and the winner is:

Trisha C.

I’ve emailed the contest winner and they have 3 days to reply with their information and if I don’t receive it in time, I’ll have to reroll the winner.

If you didn’t win, don’t worry. I’ll be having another contest soon for something that many LEGO fans would be interested in. Here’s a hint, it involves San Diego Comic Con. Stay tuned in the next few days as I try to catch up on posts from SDCC.

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Nerdvember Contest on BrickNerd

Our friend Tommy from BrickNerd has started his Nerdvember contest where you recreate Nerdly into something brand new. He has provided the instructions on how to make Nerdly so you can start thinking of ideas. The contest is totally free and you have a chance to win cool prizes from LEGO, BrickJournal, Cooper Works, Crazy Bricks, BrickForge, BrickStuds, Custom Bricks, and Brickstuff as well as being featured on BrickNerd. All you have to do is post your images to the Flickr Group and your creation will be judged by a panel. Check out the official rules here.

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LEGO NASA’s Missions: Imagine and Build Contest Winners

Back in June, we reported there was a LEGO contest called NASA’s Missions: Imagine and Build happening on ReBrick in conjunction with the space agency.

The winner of the “Imagine Our Future Beyond Earth” contest was the “Sunbeam,” created by Jay Semlis from England. The satellite is used to look at the outer cornea of the sun. There were also two runner up winners including “The ORACOM” by Sergio Parra from the United States which is a Mars spacecraft and the “Asteroid Initiative” by Peter Hollander also from the United States which is used to pick up and move asteroids.

NASA’s associate administrator for education Leland Melvin says, “Our intention was to unleash everyone’s creativity and inspire participants to combine real NASA research with imaginative flights of fancy. Looking at the winning designs, it’s clear we did just that.”

The grand prize winner of the contest received the LEGO CUUSOO Hayabusa (21101) set, signed by the LEGO designer Melody Louise Caddick, recognition and honorable mention on NASA.gov, and a collection of NASA memorabilia including a personalized signed lithograph from Melvin.

There was also another contest called the “Inventing the Future of Flight” to create a prototype of a future aircraft as well as writing a technical paper to explain the model and how it is taking NASA’s ideas and improves on them. The winning model for the younger builders category was the “Flying Extinguisher 4000 Fish Eagle” created by 16 year old William Nodvik from the United States which is a long range supertanker that puts … Continue

A Time For Giving – Chase McCain Minifigure Giveaway

LEGO City: Undercover Chase McCain Minifigure (5000281)

The time for giving is upon us as we get closer to Thanksgiving and Christmas. The Brick Fan is proud to announce that we’ll be having our first ever contest to give away an unopened, exclusive LEGO City: Undercover Chase McCain Minifigure (5000281) from the Target Wii U preorder. These minifigures were only available for a limited time and I believe are out of stock in stores now. We will also include the collector’s card with the polybag. The prices for these minifigs will be definitely going up in the near future if you’re an investor but it also makes a great addition to your City collection.

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