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SPACE The Comic
The misadventures of Earth's Space Agency, depicted in glorious LEGO.
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Language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: Today, 10:30 AM
Number of comics: 285
Number of subscribers: 11
Visitors: 3425 visitors (9362 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.96 (47 votes)

Webcomic 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.


Just a guy who likes to play with LEGOs.

Most recent comments left on SPACE The Comic

"My face broke my fall." True story, happened to me. lol
Left on Date Night (Part 17)
It's not easy to shoot big action scenes with LEGO, but I'm pretty satisfied with how it turned out. And it was a relief to finally show this battle (albeit short) after months of waiting.
Left on Date Night (Part 16)
2 days ago
This is the in-story reason for why the second half of “Date Night” is being presented much later than events that followed it. The real reason is that I didn't feel like shooting the pictures and became more interested in telling some other stories first.
Left on Date Night (Part 15)
3 days ago
've been a fan of the Rancor for a long time. And that's odd, since I had the original Rancor toy as a kid and it lived in a brown paper grocery bag between my bed and the wall; every night, I was terrified it was going to spring to life and eat me.

Today's comic was inspired by an undocumented feature I noticed in both the Galactic Heroes and Micro Machines versions of the Rancor that enable kids to rescue the action figures they've mercilessly fed to the beasts.

When I was little, there was something deeply satisfying about toys that could eat other toys. As Kenner neglected to make a toy of Jabba's other man-eating pet, the Sarlacc pit, I used to hammer my Star Wars action figures down into a box of Crayola crayons to pretend they were getting eaten by the Saarlac. My Star Wars figures always had random streaks of colors on their legs. I guess I was just demented.

- This is not an official Rancor comic. This is a tribute.
Left on At the Moo-vies: Return of the Jedi (Part 3)
4 days ago
Oh, he's in trouble.
Left on At the Moo-vies: Return of the Jedi (Part 2)