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Lego Metroid is the product of Lego Stop-Motion Animation created by Richard Leyva. The series titled Lego Metroid began production in late 2007 and debuted with the release of it's first episode on June 6, 2008. The original outline for the series would have featured 10 episodes with a common duration of 9-10 minutes of animation, sound effects, and special effects. The project successfully reached 8 episodes before coming to a complete production halt, for reasons unknown. However the project after 2 years, will be officially re-produced (revamped as stated by 001rich100) with better quality, effects, and focus on it's story-oriented theme. The project has already entered production but it is unknown when it is set to be released.

There are two distinct versions of the main story, the first version being Lego Metroid (Original), and the second Lego Metroid (Revamp). Both stories take place months after the events that follow Metroid Fusion. There is also another upcoming series stated to be a prequel to both versions of Lego Metroid, called Lego Metroid Anima. This prequel will bridge the gap between Metroid Fusion and Lego Metroid. This short mini-series will be featured exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS system through the upcoming release of the Flipnote Studio 3D. Although it has been stated that the very series will eventually be released on YouTube, it is presumed for additional special effects due to the limitations of the Flipnote software.

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