Nazis... I hate those guys!

Finally we get a good look at the Indiana Jones sets. These look awesome!


Lukas said...

Where'd you find those pictures dean?

smcginnis said...

I believe he found them here. There aren't larger pictures (there) unfortunately.

These look pretty good. I especially like the jeep-thing in Treasure Chase (?). At first I thought, "Oh wonderful, another pre-mold car;" but looking closer, it seems to be made of many nice pieces.

Also, I'm glad I was able to find this blog. When Moyblik vanished, it took me a while to find a link here (I believe it was on flickr that I found one, finally). A bit strange. Still, I guess that most people didn't miss it, as they probably knew about the move. I'm probably the only non-flickrite/spacer that reads it anyway.


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