You can finally have a tiny brick Ghostbusters car perched on your desk
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Lego recently debuted its latest collection at the American International Toy Fair, and 2014 is going to be an absolutely amazing year for fans of small, interconnected bricks.

The first batch comes from The Lego Movie, currently dominating the box office – here’s a larger-than-life version of Chris Pratt’s affable Emmet Brickowski.

Here, you can see (from left to right) Nick Offerman’s Metalbeard, Emmet, Morgan Freeman’s Vitruvius, a seasick Unikitty (Alison Brie), Benny The Spaceman (Charlie Day) on the top bunk and Elizabeth Banks’s Wildstyle on the bottom.

After graduating to Master Builder, Emmet builds this amazing robot. In the foreground is Unikitty in her “rage mode.”

That’s Emmet’s “taking care of business” face.

At long last, there will be Ghostbusters Legos!

The set will not include the gang’s firehouse HQ, but it will feature the Ecto-1. Look at the expressions of ghost-induced terror on their little faces!

And while we’re on the topic of beloved pop-culture institutions finally getting the brick treatment:The Simpsons.

Lego’s attention to detail here is amazing: Check out the “El Barto” tag on Bart’s skateboard ramp.

The set sadly doesn’t include Homer’s collection of tools labeled “Property of Ned Flanders.”

The new run of Star Wars toys is amazing: Check out this Star Destroyer.

And this AT-AT.

This expanded Mos Eisley set means Lego-Han can shoot Lego-Greedo first!

And you can – finally – recreate the Battle of Hoth.