Apparently there is credible news
that LEGO is considering a Simpsons license. So, what other decades-old irrelevant licenses would you like to see? I've got some ideas:Law and Order
- The original, not SVU (that's still on TV and therefore way too relevant for this). With 20 years of episodes there's lots to draw from - mob hits, kidnaps, legal shenanigans, the sets build themselves! Personally I want the set where the cop figs botch a search and the judge fig throws out the evidence, so the Adam Schiff fig comes in and tells the Ben Stone fig to make a deal.X-Files
- The truth is out there. This LEGO license could go along being really cool for a few years and then just sort of peter out into nothingness.Little House on the Prairie
- I'm actually kind of serious with this one, as it would give some great civilian settings to go along with the Western and now Lone Ranger themes - covered wagon, farm, general store, one-room schoolhouse, etc would help round out a Western layout.Star Trek, the Next Generation
- Okay, this one is also a serious consideration. It's precluded by the Star Wars license, presumably, but this is has a similar long-term fan base. Of course the Kirk/Spock/Bones version would also be a viable option. Personally I'd like to see them do Iain Heath's version
. Six-Million Dollar Man
- We can rebuild him. We have the bricks.Indiana Jones
- ... oh, sorry, been there, done that ...
So, what do you think? What other once-popular source material could be resurrected to make a future LEGO theme?