Something has emerged from the depths of the ocean and it’s headed for the city… it’s Godzilla! LEGO Godzilla! With your help, Godzilla can finally become an official LEGO set! Through the LEGO Ideas site, fans can vote to make this Godzilla a set sold in stores. A collaboration between Dave Pickett (@BRICK_101) and Mark Larson (@Hinckley), this monstrous build is based on the original 1954 Godzilla. With intricate details and approximately 850 pieces, LEGO Godzilla is a must have for brick enthusiasts and atomic lizard fans! This campaign only needs 10,000 votes from fans 13 years and older to become a reality. Together we can help LEGO Godzilla terrorize stores everywhere!
LEGO Godzilla Project
Piece-by-piece Building Instructions Video
LEGO Godzilla Pictures
About the Godzilla LEGO Build
This LEGO Godzilla contains approximately 850 LEGO pieces, stands 9 inches (23 cm) high, and measures 17 inches from head to tail. Godzilla has had many different designs over the years, but we based ours on the original 1954 movie. The arms, legs, jaw, and tail are hinged to allow the model to be posed in a variety of positions. In addition to Godzilla, the set also includes a small microscale train for Godzilla to stomp on or chomp on and a flame piece to represent Godzilla’s atomic breath.
More about the LEGO Godzilla builders
Dave Pickett is a lifelong LEGO fan and pop culture enthusiast. He runs the YouTube channel BRICK 101 where he shares his LEGO animations, custom LEGO creations, LEGO set reviews and other fun videos. Dave is co-author of The LEGO Animation Book. When he’s not building with LEGO bricks, Dave enjoys playing video games, reading comic books, watching nerdy TV shows, playing board games, and exploring Chicago with his husband Bert and their dog Sophie.
Mark is a Master Model Builder working for four years as a Designer, Project Designer and Project Manager at LEGOLAND Studios in Carlsbad, Malaysia and Windsor. He earned a Bachelors in Theater from Illinois State University and a BFA in Graphic Design from The School at the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently, he is freelancing LEGO Design and Graphic/Web design for a number of clients.