Lego Thunderbird 2? Just 300 More Supporters Needed!

Lego Ideas was set up so that budding Lego set designers could see their design made into sets that we could all buy.

Lego fans can click to support the designs they like and, if a project gets over 10,000 supporters, it goes on to be assessed by the Lego team as a potential set.

Since Lego Ideas was set up in 2010 (as Lego Cuusoo), 26 sets have been produced on a wide range of topics. Andrew Clark has been luckier than most budding designers, as his Doctor Who and The Flintstones sets were both chosen to become reality.

Andrew’s latest idea is this Thunderbird 2 set, and it needs just 300 more supporters to reach its goal. Now, at first glance some Fanderson members might be put off as it appears the design is of TB2 from the new Thunderbirds Are Go series, but click on the updates tab to see that there’s actually a classic TB2 design from the original Thunderbirds series in the submission too!

You can read more about this Ideas set at Brickset and why not take a look at some of the other Anderson designs whilst you’re on the Lego Ideas site.

Thunderbirds Are Go: Endgame on ITV/CITV This Saturday

Premieres at 8:00am on Saturday 25th May on ITV and CITV.

Repeats Sunday 6pm on CITV (Freeview 203) and Wednesday 4.30pm on CITV.

The Chaos Crew break into a holographic game park, based on one of Alan’s favourite games ‘Cavern Quest’, to steal a piece of technology. Kayo and Alan must play through the game along with Aezethril the Wizard to stop them.

Episode features Sylvester McCoy as the wonderfully whacky Aezethril the Wizard, the brain behind holographic game ‘Cavern Quest’.

Easter Eggs:

  1. Look out for the Holotrix – it might remind you of something!
  2. Aezethril reveals his real name at the end – a nod to the actor that plays him
  3. The names of the weapons available for Cavern Quest players may sound familiar to fans of the series…