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Comic profile: SPACE The Comic
SPACE The Comic
The misadventures of Earth's Space Agency, depicted in glorious LEGO.
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Comic language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: Today, 4:13 PM
Number of comics: 66
Number of subscribers: 3
Visitors: 646 visitors (1573 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (12 votes)

Comic description

Adventures in LEGO's grand space theme, featuring sets from the past 35+ years.

This is not an official LEGO comic. This is a tribute.

Authors

KDog
KDog
Just a guy who likes to play with LEGOs.

Most recent comments left on SPACE The Comic

KDog
Today
KDog
“The Gods of Rock” was the name of a now-defunct Web site a fan created for my favorite band The Refreshments, which featured illustrations depicting each member of the band as a Godzilla-like force of nature unleashing his rocking fury upon the world. The title of that site stuck in my mind. While I didn't use The Refreshments in this storyline since few people know who they are, they did appear in Lego form in my 50th comic, taking part in the Gemini Twin's drunken bar sing-along of “Mekong,” which is a Refreshments song.
Left on The Gods of Rock (Part 8)
KDog
Yesterday
KDog
I discovered the Boss very late, when my uncle, a long-time fan, took me to see Bruce play an acoustic show in Trenton in 2005. I became hooked, and was thrilled to finally see Bruce play with the E-Street Band last year. I had never before experienced such energy at a rock show; it's practically a religious experience. Bruce has the audience in the palm of his hand, his charisma extending across the entire stadium. It's no wonder he's called the Boss.
Left on The Gods of Rock (Part 7)
Jason Moon
Yesterday
Jason Moon
Easy there Bruce!
Left on The Gods of Rock (Part 6)
KDog
2 days ago
KDog
What's ironic about this is that “Dancing in the Dark” might be Bruce's most pop song. He wrote it one night when the record company told him he needed a more radio-friendly song on his album “Born in the U.S.A.” (which had a few other huge hits, anyway). The video, in which Bruce pulled a pre-Friends Courtney Cox on stage to dance with him, is a great example of unintentional hilarity. Bruce just doesn't know what to do with himself on stage when you take his guitar away.
Left on The Gods of Rock (Part 6)
KDog
3 days ago
KDog
When, I was a kid, most people my age idolized pop stars like Madonna, Michael Jackson, Menudo and Debbie Gibson. Not I! Nope, I fully aspired to be like that He-Man of ‘80s pop rock, Huey Lewis. I was afraid to go to sleep at night, so my solution was to pop a copy of his “Sports” album into my walkman and let the sweet sounds of Huey drift me off into a gentle doze. Thank you, Huey, for giving me strength.
Left on The Gods of Rock (Part 5)