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A Way to Make Your Own LEGO Comics
Hey LEGO Fans! Here's something I discovered you can do with LEGOs. I found that by taking pictures of LEGO scenes, arranging them on a black page, and then adding word balloons, you can actually make your own LEGO comic page! To do this you'll need a photo editor (like Microsoft Paint).
With a little creativity and some editing you can do something like this:
(The minifigures on this comic page were named just for the story's sake. People using this set do not actually have to call them "Thunderman and The Master.")