HISTORIC FIGURES. The Women of NASA LEGO set goes on sale November 1. The collectible was produced after winning fan approval through the LEGO Ideas website.
Four trailblazing figures from NASA’s history are set to launch as new LEGO minifigures on Nov. 1. NASA astronauts Sally Ride and Mae Jemison, astronomer Nancy Grace Roman and computer scientist Margaret Hamilton are celebrated for their contributions to space exploration and astronomy in the new LEGO Ideas set, “Women of NASA.” Based on a fan-proposed and supported design, the set includes representations of the four female space pioneers, as well as three LEGO builds that recreate the spacecraft and settings where the women made their mark on space history. “Great for role playing space exploration missions,” LEGO said in a press release announcing the set on Wednesday (Oct. 18). “Explore the professions of some of the groundbreaking women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with the LEGO Ideas Women of NASA set,” The 231-piece building toy is recommended for ages 10 and older. It will retail for $24.99.
And a few Doctor Who Christmas videos until the real thing.
The Doctor Puppet Christmas special was a labour of love made before the launch of the Doctor Puppet series.
Join the Doctor Puppets for a musical Doctor Who Christmas adventure! “A Timelord Christmas” is a labour of love made by a truly dedicated crew of artists and musicians. It was produced and animated in under a month in a tiny Brooklyn apartment. The music and vocals were produced and recorded in England.
Join the Twelfth Doctor and Clara for a mysterious Christmas adventure.
Doctor Puppet is a Doctor Who fan series made by a team of professional artists and musicians. It’s a labor of love. The puppets and animation are created in a tiny New York City apartment. The music and vocals are produced and recorded in England. This video took over 3 months to make.
The Twelfth Doctor plays a Christmas duet with the stars. Peace, joy, and rock n’ roll.
Doctor Puppet is a Doctor Who fan series made by a team of professional artists. It’s a labor of love. The puppets and animation are created in a tiny New York City apartment. The music is produced and recorded in England.
I liked the Star Trek tree ornaments, the first few years, but except for perhaps this year’s Enterprise, I’m not running off to get the latest. File 770 pretty much covers all my reasons for giving up on them. Hallmark has an odd idea of what should go on a Christmas tree. Hello?? Isn’t the season about peace and good will??