This is a story Based on my idea for a movie and LEGO® theme
About this creation
There was a Loud bang and there was screaming. The Captain beckoned me towards the life support suits. I put on the oxygen mask there was the sound of an explosion. I stepped into the air lock. There was another loud bang and there was the noise of approaching flames. I tried to get to the captain but he kicked me away. As I floated into the blackness of space I watched my captain be engulfed in flames... Dean woke up. I hate that dream he thought to himself. He got out of bed. He was in a white room. White thatís another thing I hate he thought. Everything's white nowadays buildings clothes (at least most clothes). Well Iíd better get dressed and start my day. It had been four years since the Faun crashed. Dean had been one of fourteen survivors. The captain and the rest of the crew dead. Dean lived in a two hundred story apartment. He stepped into an elevator, a little hologram popped up. Which floor would you like to go to sir, said a computer voice. Garage Dean said. All right sir. And there was a falling sensation and the door opened. Dean stepped into a large room with hundreds of cars all lined up perfectly. Dean took a little device out of his pocket. It had four buttons: Summing, unlock, lock, and park. He pushed the one that said summing. Dean waited for two minutes the car still hadnít come. Where is that? Suddenly the car came around the corner and crashed into Dean. Ouch he moaned as he got up. He pushed the button thatís said unlock nothing happened. He tried again it didnít work he pushed a couple more times still didnít unlock. He pulled on the door handle. Five minutes later Dean was sitting on the hood of the car. He got to go look for his missing spear. When the door popped open and hit Dean. He got up cursing under his breath and got in the car. Youíd better start he said. He pushed a button on the controls that said start in big green letters. The car started. Thank heavens he said.
Evil cars...an interesting and underrated subject for creativity. Pretty cool, although an extra picture or two besides the main poster would help a lot. I don't even know which guy Dean is (on the poster, I mean).