I have been meaning to post this ever since I bought the Series 4 'Mad Scientist' and 'Monster' minifigures. Please enjoy the lab of the evil, sinister, and slightly hyperactive: DR. Madden D. Ranged!
About this creation
Hello! My name is Madden D. Ranged, but please don't make fun of my name, or my attire. The stains on my lab coat are the result of the deadly 'Great Hydrolic Whipped Cream Dispenser' incident, which...Lets just say puts a physical and hypothetical stain on me and my record.
But I would have you know that I am the greatest criminal mind of the century, and now that I have scared off the EPA (They aren't to keen on the way I run things) I can show you around my lab. It's the finest establishment west of...Actually, I can't tell you where. It's classified. Now, on to the tour!
Here we have my assortment of beakers, potions, illegal liquids and classified mixes. I also dabble in alchemy and the transormation of green ooze to diamonds. So don't be scared of the green fluids. They're only deadly if you get within 5 feet of them.
And here is my state of the art MadBook Pro [I...borrowed some of Steve Job's blueprints]. It also runs our security system and 4000 kilowatt electric fence for Brutus, our dog.
And the bookshelf. I had to borrow the lovely woodwork technique from my good friend Albert Einstien. He has quite a few more books then me, but he is still studying relativity and mass. Ugh, I mastered that my Freshman year of High Crime School.
Don't pay attention to the tools on the shelf. Just another one of those piles...
And my JumboBoom 400000000000000000000000000000. [What? I like all the zeros!]. It converts dinner plates into plastic explosives using a sliding photon implant lazer and a hydrolic pump.
This better shows the plastic explosives after they pass by the PowerBoom 6.8 [The gold thingy]. My sliding laser has moved a bit as well.
And now, before I can show you my other side of the lab, you have to see the front of the lab, with the stacked General Computers on the left and...
Oh, who could that be...
Oh, lovely. Two more agents from the Environmental Protection Agency and their lovely Mr. Yellowpants. [The Hazerdous Materiel dude]. Ah, well, that's what this baby is for.
Ah, don't you just love high frequency action partical cannons. Well, those fellows won't be bothering me anymore. Well good riddance.
Here is the computer systems again, along with the power cables for our front-street lights and...What's that? What is the circular thing?
That's the dartboard. I can actually play a good game of darts when I'm not busy tending to a melting, exploding, or overheating fluid.
And finally, the project this whole lab was built for!
Wait a minute. Who is running the camera? That's my boring nucleur fusion reacter core. Phff. BORING!
AHA! There it is! My dead man, brought to life! I call him...
Ha ha! Just kidding. I got a grant from a guy in Austria. I was forced to name him:
And finally, our two PCs, my desk with the remains from my first attempt at a Monster (Don't ask why the skeleton has red eyes).
But can you do that later. I'm in the middle of a demo. Go back to your bench! Now!
FRANKENSTEIN! YOU LISTEN TO ME!
Hey hey! Don't touch that!!!
B O O M!
We are sorry to inform the reader that Dr. Ranged and his lab were incapacitated by a certain unspecified accident. But we can reveal the final photos taken by the creator before the untimely explosion.
The lab again.
The lovely minifigures used in the MOC.
And the final horror 50's pose. BEWARE OF FRANKENSTEIN!
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Amazing, a simple idea transformed into a great MOC, I love the uses of the LEGO collectable minifigures, great work on those simple details that many builders overlook. I hope to post my first MOC tomorrow, I'm very happy with it. Overall good creation.