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Wide view of New York

Planet Express rocketship

NY sewers

Customization stickers

Head Museum

Back of MomCorp's headquarters

MomCorp building

Madison Cube Garden

Robot Arms Apt.

Matt De Lanoy has spent more than two years reconstructing the 31st-century world of the animated sci-fi sitcom "Futurama" out of Legos. Here, a wide shot of New York. You'll see notable buildings from the show, including the Planet Express HQ.

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Planet Express isn't any good without a vehicle, and here we have the iconic rocketship the crew uses on its routine deliveries. Note the stickers on the tailfin, a neat touch.

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Not content to create just the surface of the city, De Lanoy constructed the underworld, too. The sewers of New York are a site for many of the show's key situations. Cool, yes, but you wouldn't want to spend too much time there.

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"Good news, everyone!" The characters can be fully customized with printable stickers that allow any generic Lego person to become a member of the "Futurama" cast.

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Even heads in the Head Museum are represented. We do believe that's Richard M. Nixon on the right, but we could be wrong.

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Bender famously graffitied the back side of MomCorp's headquarters, a detail that isn't overlooked by De Lanoy. The caption for this shot on Flickr reminds us that the new season of "Futurama" started last week on Comedy Central. Get caught up!

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The MomCorp building isn't quite finished in this shot, but you can see the work in progress. It shows how many bricks are required to build just one of the many buildings in the futuristic plastic city.

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The Lego Madison Cube Garden is a rather dramatic piece, lit up from the inside as it is in the show. This version would look good in any living room.

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De Lanoy has included many "Futurama" landmarks, including the building where Bender and Fry live.

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