It turns out that the Lego "Breaking Bad" video game parody wasn't too far off from reality. Citizen Brick has released a Lego Superlab Playset with minifigs and a detailed meth lab. As you've probably gathered by now, this isn't an official Lego release.
The set contains more than 500 pieces, including three custom minifigs. You get a scowling Walter White, Gustavo Fring, and Mike Ehrmantraut. You'll have to provide your own Jesse Pinkman. The set costs $250 and requires an extra 2-3 weeks for delivery because of the complexity.
The wait time and cost may be well worthwhile. The set includes some impressive details, including a surveillance camera, lockers, a skull-and-crossbones poison sign, chemical drums, canisters, and other assorted meth lab equipment. It's sure to provide hours of imaginary meth-making fun.
"Breaking Bad" just started its final run, with the most recent episode racking up an impressive 5.9 million viewers. At least a few of those are bound to be Lego fans. It's a good thing we have a resource like Citizen Brick that is willing to go where no official Lego release dares to tread.
(Via Laughing Squid)