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May 19, 2009
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November 25, 2009
Space Police is a series of science fiction brickfilms that was produced by David Pagano and The LEGO Group to promote the 2009 LEGO theme Space Police III. The series follows the Space Police in their attempts to catch the criminal members of the Black Hole Gang. The six installments in the series were in production from October 2008 to July 2009, and were initially released on the LEGO website between May 2009 and November 2009. The series as a whole was nominated for one award in the 2009 Bricks in Motion Awards, in the short-lived category of Best Series.
Log 01: Interrogation (2009) Edit
The Space Police, in search of the criminal Squidman, interrogate a gang leader, Snake.
Log 02: The Chase (2009) Edit
Following the capture of one of the Skull Twins, the other twin pursues the Space Police cruiser.
Log 03: Diner & Donuts (2009) Edit
In a diner, the Space Police's breakfast is interrupted by the crook Kranxx.
Log 04: H.Q. Briefing (2009) Edit
A member of the Black Hole Gang sneaks in to an important Space Police briefing.
Log 05: Ice Cream Stand (2009) Edit
The Space Police investigate a tip-off about an ex-crook ice cream stand owner.
Log 06: It's a Trap... (2009) Edit
The Space Police learn of the location of a Black Hole Gang meeting, and move in.
- David Pagano - Design, Storyboards, Animation, Compositing
- Keith Malone - Writer
- Steve Stein - Music
- Roger Cameron - Art director
- Scott Decoteau - Visual effects
- Steve Witt - Voice-over
Other releases Edit
Test animation that David Pagano was requested to create for a potential series, using prototype Space Police minifigures.
A segment from LEGO Club TV, featuring a behind the scenes look at David Pagano creating the Space Police films.
In the first installment of Pagano's next series created for LEGO, Adventures of Max, the LEGO Club mascot Max travels to the world of Space Police.
Promotion for a building contest on LEGO.com. This film was produced by Garrett Barati; not Paganomation.