LEGO NINJAGO fan-made documentary on the way

Four LEGO NINJAGO fans have come together to make a documentary to celebrate a decade of the action-adventure theme.

The LEGO NINJAGO 10 year anniversary celebrations are set to continue through the year, as NINJAGO Ten Years of Spinjitzu: A Documentary is set to be released online by four passionate fans on April 19. A trailer for the documentary has been shared, providing a glimpse of the behind-the-scenes interviews it will include:

Brayden, Lachlan, Hayley and Joshua are the ninja crew behind the project, sharing their love for LEGO NINJAGO with other fans around the world through this special documentary.

Blocks magazine Issue 75 has an in-depth look at how the action-adventure range began, how it has become a LEGO evergreen and how it is now celebrating its legacy – with exclusive interviews and never-before-seen images, it’s a must-read for NINJAGO fans.

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  1. Graham,
    Congrads, on your promotion to Editor.

    I went on-line to purchase some back issues of your wonderful magazine. I recently subscribed and today I believe I mistakenly ordered the latest issue, “Ghost busters issue” when I was already going to receive the issue with my subscription. How can I correct the mistaken before the issue is mailed to me, in the US?
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    1. Thank you so much for supporting Blocks magazine Valerie! Please email subs@silverbackpublishing.rocks about your subscription and we’ll make sure you get the issues you need.

      With regards to back issues, we are out of stock of those older magazines – but we are working on a solution that will hopefully help you and other readers enjoy older copies of Blocks in paper format. As soon as we have more info we’ll share it here on the website!

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