Blocks magazine Issue 91


Get the inside story behind LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga in Issue 91 of Blocks, the LEGO magazine for fans. The LEGO Star Wars design leads introduce the new Diorama Collection and we provide a guide to turning the UCS AT-AT into a Jakku wreck. As for The Muppets, we learn how these new Collectible Minifigures were created with an exclusive look at prototype elements. Three lucky subscribers will win 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama – subscribe before June 1 to be in with a chance!


With LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga delighting gamers around the world, Issue 91 of Blocks, the LEGO magazine for fans, is taking a deep dive into the biggest LEGO video game yet with the directors who worked on it. Elsewhere this month, the designers of the new Muppets Collectible Minifigures reveal how they captured the beloved characters in the LEGO style.

Gamer or not, it’s hard not to be impressed at the ambitious new title from TT Games. LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is giving fans the biggest experience yet set in a galaxy far, far away, covering all nine episodic movies. The experts who made it happen reveal how they topped every LEGO Star Wars game that has come before.

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That’s not the only Star Wars feature in Issue 91 – you’ll also learn how LEGO Design Director Jens Kronvold Frederiksen and Design Manager Michael Stockwell developed the Diorama Collection, as they delve into the three new sets that offer a different type of display model.

Mod Squad trashes the Ultimate Collector Series AT-AT, demonstrating how to transform it into the wrecked version of the mighty Imperial war machine where Rey makes her home in The Force Awakens. To mark 20 years since the film’s release, Blocks also counts down the 10 best Attack of the Clones sets.

Elsewhere in this issue, you’ll find an inside look at the design of the new Collectible Minifigures. Design Manager Esa Nousiainen, Design Manager Chris Bonven and Senior Graphic Designer Crystal Fontan give the best insight yet into how element and graphic design come together to create compelling LEGO characters.

There’s another great dose of nostalgia in our look at the new 10300 Back to the Future Time Machine DeLorean, in which Model Designer Sven Franic shares some of the secrets within the model.

Also in Issue 91:

  • LEGO Town Launch Command – revisiting 1990s space sets.
  • Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness LEGO set reviewed.
  • Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost Ark vignettes.
  • Learn how to bring different LEGO build techniques together.
  • Plus much more!

Win LEGO sets! To be in with a chance of winning one of three 75330 Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama sets, order a Blocks magazine print subscription before June 1, 2022. All print subscribers are entered into a new prize draw every month – plus they get their copy of the magazine early. Print subscribers also get a free digital subscription thrown in!