Top Ten...For Now: Anime Legos
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10. One Piece's Luffy, Zolo, and Sanji
These custom Lego people feature characters from Eiichiro Oda's manga One Piece: Luffy and his unique ability to stretch; swordsman Zolo, who fights in a three-sword style; and chef Sanji.
9. The Pokémon Logo
The Pokémon Company's logo for the series features its name and the character of Pikachu, who stars in the anime adaptation of the popular video game franchise.
8. Ghost in the Shell's Tachikoma and Fuchikoma
Masamune Shirow's Ghost in the Shell manga features spider-like robots equipped with combat ability and artificial intelligence. The manga's version is called Fuchikoma, while the Tachikoma appear in the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex series.
7. The Characters of Dragon Ball Z
This collection of custom Lego people features the majority of characters from Dragon Ball Z, including Goku (Super Saiyan form), Krillin, Piccolo, Vegeta, Trunks, Master Roshi, and Frieza.
6. K-On!'s Hokago Tea Time
The K-On! manga by Kakifly features a girl band made up of four high school students: Yui (guitar), Mio (bass guitar), Ritsu (drums), and Mugi (keyboard).
5. Kaneda's Motorcycle
In Katsuhiro Otomo's manga Akira, protagonist Kaneda rides a unique motorcycle, shown here. Antagonist Tetsuo's motorcycle has also been immortalized in Lego form.
4. Neon Genesis Evangelion's EVA-01
In Neon Genesis Evangelion, the organization Nerv has created several combat weapons called EVA Units. Protagonist Shinji Ikari, son of Nerv commander Gendo Ikari, pilots the EVA Unit-01.
3. Mobile Suit Gundam 00's Gundam Kyrios
Kyrios is the GN-003 Gundam model featured in the television series Mobile Suit Gundam 00. The unit is piloted by Allelujah Haptism, one of many young soldiers used in experiments to create a super-soldier. The experiments resulted in Allelujah's dual personality; his alter-ego is named Hallelujah.
2. Mobile Suit Gundam's MS-06S Zaku II
This "Commander Type" version of the Zaku II appears in the first Mobile Suit Gundam anime series and has been piloted by many characters including Char Aznable, who used it to fight against the protagonist Amuro Ray and his Gundam unit.
1. Space Battleship Yamato's Yamato
When Earth is nearly destroyed by radiation brought on by hostile aliens, humanity discovers the ruins of the real-life Japanese battleship Yamato from World War II. With additional otherworldly help, a crew outfits the ship for an outer-space adventure to save the planet Earth.