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LEGO Jaws is amazing

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Well quite frankly, LEGO anything is amazing in our minds, as shown by a) the recent LEGO movie and b) our entire childhood. But a blocky version of our favourite shark movie (apologies to Deep Blue Sea) has proved that yet again, LEGO rocks.

This LEGO Jaws set, titled Orca's Last Stand, recreates the classic showdown between the men, their boat and that dastardly shark.

It's part of the LEGO CUUSOU site, which was started by LEGO as a route for inventive fans to suggest potential sets. Which means sadly, you can't buy it just yet which is probably a good thing as you have work and sleep and other stuff to do.

You can shower Tris Spencer with praise though if you like or vote for his project here.

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