Thor brickfilm competition winners

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We've taken a look at all the entries to our Thor brickfilm competition and I can now announce the winners.

In first place is KProductions Camp with their video simply titled "Thor Stop-Motion Animation Ragnarok". It's well animated and an action-packed entertaining story that you want to watch to the end to find out what happens. So, congratulations, you've won 76088 Thor vs. Hulk: Arena Clash, 76083 Beware the Vulture and a Thor poster.

Runner up is The Session by WindWhisperBomb. It's a short and sweet story about the relationship between Thor and Hulk which features some neat post-production effects. Your prizes are 76084 The Ultimate Battle for Asgard and 76077 Iron Man: Detroit Steel Strikes.

Congratulations to both of you! I don't think I can contact you via YouTube so drop me an email at huw [at] brickset.com to arrange for your prizes to be sent.

Thanks to everyone to entered and to the LEGO Super Heroes marketing team who provided the prizes.

You can view the videos after the break, and stay tuned over the weekend for word of our next competition to win one of four Escape the Space Slug sets.


For some reason I can't 'allow full screen' when embedding them so you'll need to click on the YouTube link at the bottom of them to do so.

Winner: KProductions Camp

Runner up: WindWhisperBomb

 

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9 comments on this article

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By in United States,

The fullscreen worked on this page for me. Great stop-motions! Congrats to the winners!

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By in United Kingdom,

OK, good.

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By in United States,

Congrats to the winners!

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By in United States,

Congrats!

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By in United States,

Congrats to the winners! Awesome entries.

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By in United Kingdom,

Hulk like that very much! ;)

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By in United States,

Awsome,congratulations to the winners!!!

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By in Sweden,

Congrats to the winners! Well made videos.

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By in Australia,

Nice competition and excellent entries, although the runner-up prizes could be considered more desirable than the first prizes. Perhaps for later competitions you could have a prize pool and the main winner gets first pick?

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