The latest issue of Blocks, the LEGO magazine for fans, is available now. Anyone who takes out a print subscription by October 3, 2022 will also be in with a chance of winning their own 10304 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 1969 set.
There’s much more than a stack Reviews section this month though (you will find the Blocks take on new sets from Harry Potter, Super Mario, Ideas and Star Wars – including 75335 BD-1 and 75338 Ambush on Ferrix from Andor as well as the Chevy).
To start with, there’s a look inside the new LEGO City Missions sets. The innovators who came up with a new way of building through a LEGO box reveal their process and really get into how new ideas are refined. The feature is illustrated with never-before-seen conceptual artwork.
That’s not the only interview this month, as outgoing LEGO House CEO Jesper Vilstrup sits down for an extended conversation. As he talks about his 21-year career with the LEGO Group, it makes perfect sense why he was the person to open and oversee LEGO House, Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen’s passion project.
For those who are looking to expand what they build, there’s a guide to building big models. This is all about planning out a creative build and executing it in a way that won’t cause problems down the line. To illustrate the process, Daniel Konstanski uses his enormous Hogwarts Castle an example. Thanks to his tips, you won’t have to learn certain things the hard way.
In Blockstalgia there’s a look back at the original LEGO Batman sets that arrived back in 2006, plus an updated Batboat build. It’s amazing to see just how far Batman has come since he first arrived in the brick.
The rest of the 116 pages include the top 10 LEGO dragons, a debate about long minifigure legs, tips for building tents and much more.
Blocks is giving away 10304 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 1969! To be entered into the prize draw and to get Blocks magazine delivered every month – ahead of the shops – check out the money-saving subscription deals available.
Everyone who subscribes to the print edition by October 3, 2022 will be in with a chance of winning (existing print subscribers will automatically be entered into the prize draw).