Lego World War II Zombies: Unit 429



A lego brickfilm stop-motion, set in 1944 in China during the Second Sino-Japanese War, which became part of WWII. The story is about a Cantonese division from ”Red Sky” a secret organization set up by Republic China to deal with the unnatural and spooky stuff. They were sent to an abandoned laboratory of the Imperial Japanese Army to investigate it. But things doesn’t go as planned. See how they have to battle the endless hordes of zombies residing in the lab.
Yet another zombie brickfilm, consider this a prequel the the Lego Zombie: The Outbreak-series.

This brickfilm also contain some different languages. (Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese and English)

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Some notes
-The Chinese soldiers wear the M35 helmets as part of the Sino-German cooperation until 1941, they also used the Chiang-Kai Shek rifles based on the Kar98 and other weapons of other countries. Some weren’t used by the regular army because this is an elite division wich has acces to most hight tech stuff at the time.
-The uniforms of the Chinese varies, they wore blue, green and kaki.
-Some translations are altered to fit the context or time period.

Music List:
Division………………………………..By Kevin Macleod
Shadowlands 1 – Horizon………….By Kevin Macleod
Curse of the Scarab………………….By Kevin Macleod
Myst on the Moor……………………By Kevin Macleod
Industrial Cinematic………………..By Kevin Macleod
Hush……………………………………..By Kevin Macleod
Movement Proposition…………….By Kevin Macleod
Volatile Reaction…………………….By Kevin Macleod
Clash Defiant………………………….By Kevin Macleod
Dark Fog………………………………..By Kevin Macleod
Corruption……………………………..By Kevin Macleod
Ghostpocalypse – 7 Master………..By Kevin Macleod
The Escalation…………………………By Kevin Macleod
Immersed………………………………By Kevin Macleod
Noble Race…………………………….By Kevin Macleod
Machinations…………………………..By Kevin Macleod
Isolated…………………………………..By Kevin Macleod

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

►Custom weapons and gear are provided by BrickiZimo/BrickArms
►Custom Tanks and kits are provided by: Brickmania.com
►custom Japanese soldiers and the torso’s of the Chinese are provided by: Brickmania.com

►Special Guest Voices:

►Bricktion Kino

As ” Commander Sui” and ”Peng”

►Clonetrooperx39

As ”Sigma Captain Payton”

►Marcus Phoon

As”Xia”and ”Sigma Soldier Marcus”

►Brick Tale Studios

As ”Sigma Soldier Matt”

►Scorch Bricks

As ”Sigma Soldier Tom”

►Gold Brick Productions

As: ”Haruki Kawazawa” and ”Radio Guy”

►Dudebrick

As ”Sigma Officer Felix”

►C.MeaX

As ”Ishii”

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50 comments

  1. A prequel to the Outbreak series. The release was a little bit dealyed duing to some personal issues wich I rather don't go into. If you have questions feel free to ask. I prefer if you ask them in English so I can answer your question ASAP.

    >IMPORTANT<
    Please don't go all political and shouting propaganda in the comment section. I just want people having fun watching an lego animation. Also don't go all history smartass here regarding the weapons and gear I used in this brickfilm. Comments that is deemed as offensive for any groups (Chinese and Japanese alike) will be removed!

  2. I am going to put this to light. The term Zombie did not say walking man eating corpses until the late 60s. Thats when the living dead were known as Zombies. Zombies in this time would be witch doctor victims.

  3. The Ip man and Kungfu hustle references are great. Story kept me and the ending connecting to the outbreak is perfect.

  4. Soldier 1: "where was that radio made?"
    Soldier 2: "made in china"
    Soldier 1: "stop fooling around"
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    Meanwhile,
    Unknow soldier: "eat a banana"
    😂😂

  5. I had a question what stop motion do you use I want I am a YouTube or just like you and I’m looking for Stop Motion apps so I want to know what Stop Motion you use are you stop motion on iPad

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