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Minifigs Among Us - Episode 3
Get ready for an exciting minifigure adventure in the Third Episode of a thrilling Lego comic series called "Minifigs Among Us"!
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Welcome, one and all, to the Third Episode of the exciting adventures of Minifigs Among Us, a minifigure adventure story filled with action, thrills, peril, and excitement!





1 David Johnson The quick-witted pilot
2 Lewis Miles A rooky co-pilot
3 Rick Harris An adventurer always ready for excitement
4 Dr. Paul A dentist and nurse
5 Ms. Emily Green The daughter of a hotel tycoon
6 Mr. Marshall A selfish millionaire with a lengthy criminal record
7 Capt. Davis An off-duty captain of the Marines who is very interested in Ms. Emily Green
8 Lt. Jones An off-duty lieutenant of the Marines who has befriended Captain Davis, and is in competition against him for Mr. Emily Green
9 Michael Sand An enthusiastic botanist
10 Charles Brown Loud-mouthed and quick-tempered
11 Mark Hunter A 19-year-old ready for summer vacation
12 Stephen Baker A 22-year-old ready for summer vacation
13 Allen Glade A Baptist pastor on his way back home from a mission trip
14 Mr. Green A lone, mentally-boggled gyrocopter crash survivor who’s learned to live around humans and, by chance, discovered some other unfortunante minifigures who were in his same situation
15 Bob Mr. Green’s side-kick who died forty years earlier in Green’s gyrocopter crash. Mr. Green, not yet discovering the reality of the situation and still pulling Bob along with him wherever he goes, points out he’s very shy and stiff in the mornings, but he doesn’t complain a peep!


Let the adventure begin!

















































































Thank you for joining us on an exciting minifigure adventure! If you are new to this series, please visit Episode 1 and Episode 2. Look forward to Episode 4 coming out this winter! We hope you have a wonderful day. Before you leave, why not leave a review?


EPISODE MAP

EPISODE 1
EPISODE 2
EPISODE 3 <----- YOU ARE HERE
EPISODE 4
EPISODE 5




Comments

 I like it 
  March 30, 2011
Deserves some hars.
 I made it 
  February 23, 2011
Quoting Jeff (Jeffrey Saelee) when's part 4 gonna come out?
Hey man, thanks for keeping up with this . . . Episode 4 is actually in the final stages right now! I'm sorry it's been so long; school's been tough these days.
 I like it 
  February 22, 2011
when's part 4 gonna come out?
 I made it 
  November 17, 2010
Quoting Jeff (Jeffrey Saelee) No Problem! it's almost winter. How much have you done on episode 4?
It's making steady progress...thanks for wanting to stay updated! It'll be out before long!
 I like it 
  November 16, 2010
No Problem! it's almost winter. How much have you done on episode 4?
 I made it 
  August 19, 2010
Quoting Emperor Ludgonious I must have missed this when it was released. Wow was it long, but it kept me engrossed the whole time. Glad to see you back in action. Keep them coming.
Thanks, Emperor! Episodes 4 and 5 will hopefully be put out by late fall..
 I like it 
  August 18, 2010
I must have missed this when it was released. Wow was it long, but it kept me engrossed the whole time. Glad to see you back in action. Keep them coming.
 I made it 
  August 9, 2010
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner I´d love to see you teaser! I refrained myself from posting them (teasers), cause I´m scared to not finish WIPs like my last one. But I´d love to see what you´re coming up with... Yeah, the urge to build comes in waves. Yesterday, I felt to weird to even consider building... Instead, I read a book from one of my favorite authors. Do you know French as well? I love it and studied it:)... I actually just read "Jean de Florette" by Marcel Pagnol. Pagnol tells stories taking place in the good old days in the Provence, Southern France. I lived there for a year and love that country down there... Steffen
I look forward to posting a preview of my WIP sometime this week; I'm pretty sure I'll finish it because I already know "how" I'm going to do it; I just have to muster up the energy to actually do it, haha. Yes, as a matter of fact, because we live in a part of the world that used to be a French colony, I am considerably fluent in French. I have not studied its history or anything, but I enjoy speaking and writing in it. The only place in France I have been to is Paris, but my parents spent a great number of years in the southern part of the country and I enjoy listening to their descriptions of it.
 I like it 
  August 6, 2010
I´d love to see you teaser! I refrained myself from posting them (teasers), cause I´m scared to not finish WIPs like my last one. But I´d love to see what you´re coming up with... Yeah, the urge to build comes in waves. Yesterday, I felt to weird to even consider building... Instead, I read a book from one of my favorite authors. Do you know French as well? I love it and studied it:)... I actually just read "Jean de Florette" by Marcel Pagnol. Pagnol tells stories taking place in the good old days in the Provence, Southern France. I lived there for a year and love that country down there... Steffen
 I made it 
  August 6, 2010
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner Even if only 80-140 torsos would have space in the cabin, it still would be HUGE:)... How much of the aircraft have you finished already, BTW? It sounds like it would take me ages to finish something as big (I´m an incredibly slow builder). The details you gave make me think it must be something comparable to very large realistic aircraft. I am so curious:). Well, I should get back into building, but I don´t really feel like it today. Maybe tomorrow. Talk to you soon, Steffen
Yes, it's going to be a pretty good size . . . I'm going to try to upload a little teaser today to give you an idea of its proportions. Isn't it funny how some days you just have the urge to build and others you don't? Haha. I look forward to seeing more awesome things in the future from you...
 I like it 
  August 5, 2010
Even if only 80-140 torsos would have space in the cabin, it still would be HUGE:)... How much of the aircraft have you finished already, BTW? It sounds like it would take me ages to finish something as big (I´m an incredibly slow builder). The details you gave make me think it must be something comparable to very large realistic aircraft. I am so curious:). Well, I should get back into building, but I don´t really feel like it today. Maybe tomorrow. Talk to you soon, Steffen
 I made it 
  July 26, 2010
Quoting Jeff (Jeffrey Saelee) Man, Finally!!! That was nice! Really, don't forget episode 4!!!
Thanks, Jeff :) I'm going to try hard to stay consistent this year, haha! Glad you like it!
 I like it 
  July 25, 2010
Man, Finally!!! That was nice! Really, don't forget episode 4!!!
 I made it 
  July 25, 2010
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner 80 to 140 seats!?! In real life, I suppose, or do you mean actual Lego seats for minifigs? Cause that would just be insane... I´m so surprised since usually, builders have to cut back on realism (and realistic seat numbers) due to the figs' incredibly odd proportions. The width ratio "real person:minifig" seems to be about 2:1. Mine will have around 56 Lego seats plus very possibly some space for cargo/containers in the back (compare: the P-1 Falcon is able to hold 12 to 14 minifigs). It´ll be 10 studs wide, so not quite wide-body yet, but not truely narrow-body anymore either! I´d love to see some WIP photos of course, but would understand if you want to keep your aircraft a surprise. I think I´ll keep mine secret to all others and just present the final product:)...
My aircraft, called the NAIA (National Aerospace Intelligence Agency) Aeva, will literally feature 80 to 140 minifigure seats. I AM going to have to cheat a little bit, though: I was originally going to space the seats out by one half of a stud, but I've decided to go ahead and put them right next to each other. The passengers will have to do without arms or comfort, one or the other :) I look forward to seeing YOUR next masterpiece whenever IT comes out.
 I like it 
  July 25, 2010
80 to 140 seats!?! In real life, I suppose, or do you mean actual Lego seats for minifigs? Cause that would just be insane... I´m so surprised since usually, builders have to cut back on realism (and realistic seat numbers) due to the figs' incredibly odd proportions. The width ratio "real person:minifig" seems to be about 2:1. Mine will have around 56 Lego seats plus very possibly some space for cargo/containers in the back (compare: the P-1 Falcon is able to hold 12 to 14 minifigs). It´ll be 10 studs wide, so not quite wide-body yet, but not truely narrow-body anymore either! I´d love to see some WIP photos of course, but would understand if you want to keep your aircraft a surprise. I think I´ll keep mine secret to all others and just present the final product:)...
 I made it 
  July 25, 2010
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner Man, I can´t wait to see what you are currently building on! So exciting! And I am glad that you are a fan of commercial aviation as well - there´s just too much military stuff out there... Too many people concentrate on military that sometimes, it starts to bore me. Whereas there is still so much to do in the commercial sector of Lego aircraft... I mean seriously, you´ll find at least 10 decent to very good looking Lego F-16s on the Web, but commercial planes are so rarely built and sparsely "populated" here that I feel we have to change that:)... So I´m incredibly curious what you are working on. I still think and wish it would be easier meeting in real life and with a couple of other friends and builders from around here and elsewhere, gathering together, having a little "air show", etc. Can you tell I´m into an insane aircraft building fever right now? :)...
I do indeed envy your fever, Steffen :] I would do anything to get back full-time into Legos. I should probably uplaod a teaser of my upcoming aircraft; it's my first attempt at an aircraft of a size and seating capacity realistically comparable to real commerical airplanes. The model will have four variants with seat capacities ranging from 80 to 140 seats. I'm indeed proud to be unique, just like you, being a fan of commerical aviation :) Thanks for all the encouragement
 I like it 
  July 24, 2010
Man, I can´t wait to see what you are currently building on! So exciting! And I am glad that you are a fan of commercial aviation as well - there´s just too much military stuff out there... Too many people concentrate on military that sometimes, it starts to bore me. Whereas there is still so much to do in the commercial sector of Lego aircraft... I mean seriously, you´ll find at least 10 decent to very good looking Lego F-16s on the Web, but commercial planes are so rarely built and sparsely "populated" here that I feel we have to change that:)... So I´m incredibly curious what you are working on. I still think and wish it would be easier meeting in real life and with a couple of other friends and builders from around here and elsewhere, gathering together, having a little "air show", etc. Can you tell I´m into an insane aircraft building fever right now? :)...
 I made it 
  July 24, 2010
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner Hey my friend:), I see you have become active with Lego again:). I´m glad you seem back into "business"! I am always waiting for the next episode of Minifigs Among US - and love how you compose your Lego comics. It´s just so cool because stuff doesn´t need to be drawn, but rather arranged in an effective way. And the expedition into the world of the humans is very promising, since so much can happen to the team there... Speaking of which, how long did you make the water run in order to take all these photos? :) Also, are you back into building again? And for how long are you able to stay at your home with all the Lego? I hope you´ll get a chance to build again. But the comic is a great start anyways! I have started building another aircraft already, bigger than the last one and not the cargo aircraft (I wonder if and when I´ll finish that one). I think you might like it but I won´t say more - it´ll still take me a while since I am still working on the nose and cockpit. Other than that, the engines are already created:)... Anyways, I´m glad you´re back and hope to talk to you soon! Best regards, Steffen
Dear Steffen, it is a great pleasure to hear from you again. I am very sad that I have not been on in a long time. I am actually in the process of creating a pretty large aircraft myself. With only two years left before I head off to college, I have no idea how much I'll be able to do, but it's great to see you are still going strong! As for the comic . . . it took me only about three weeks in total production. The faucet scene, thanks to my great camera, only took a couple of minutes to do, so I'm not in trouble with the energy-saving police yet, haha. It's always fantastic to hear from you!
 I like it 
  July 23, 2010
Hey my friend:), I see you have become active with Lego again:). I´m glad you seem back into "business"! I am always waiting for the next episode of Minifigs Among US - and love how you compose your Lego comics. It´s just so cool because stuff doesn´t need to be drawn, but rather arranged in an effective way. And the expedition into the world of the humans is very promising, since so much can happen to the team there... Speaking of which, how long did you make the water run in order to take all these photos? :) Also, are you back into building again? And for how long are you able to stay at your home with all the Lego? I hope you´ll get a chance to build again. But the comic is a great start anyways! I have started building another aircraft already, bigger than the last one and not the cargo aircraft (I wonder if and when I´ll finish that one). I think you might like it but I won´t say more - it´ll still take me a while since I am still working on the nose and cockpit. Other than that, the engines are already created:)... Anyways, I´m glad you´re back and hope to talk to you soon! Best regards, Steffen
 I like it 
  July 17, 2010
Hah! Very nice stuff, just like the last ones. Good day
 
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