The most anticipated LEGO sets of the year are here, as the 90th anniversary delivers two tributes to beloved themes. Prepare for 10305 Lion Knights’ Castle with an exclusive, in-depth interview with Model Designer Milan Madge and Design Master Mike Psiaki. You can even get a peek at a concept model they did before the castle was elevated.
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Moving onto 10497 Galaxy Explorer, Mike is back to talk about bringing back LEGO Classic Space. To really get in the mood for the blue-and-yellow science fiction universe, Blocks looks back at the original run of sets to see why they captured the hearts of children around the world.
That’s not all from Space though, with a look back at Space Police II highlighting some of the subtheme’s most interesting models and showing how to build a cellblock to lock up the faction’s enemies.
Not everything’s about nostalgia though – there’s a build guide showing how to turn the LEGO Star Wars UCS AT-AT into the AT-ACT from Rogue One. Technique demonstrates how to mix and match different minifigures to really change up your characters.
The design team behind 21333 Vincent van Gogh – The Starry Night explain how they adapted the fan design to deliver a beautiful tribute to a classic painting and there’s a look at how the new Collectible Minifigures packaging was developed.
Also in Issue 94:
- 10303 Loop Coaster – does this set offer the thrills and spills that fans expect?
- Classic LEGO Pirates set reimagined with modern techniques
- Top ten sets from The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit
- Monorail – why didn’t this transportation system keep running?
- Willow is in the brick – find out how this fan design came to be
- The Haunted Mansion – is this Disneyland classic attraction a spooky set?
- Plus much more!
Win a LEGO set! To be in with a chance of winning 10305 Lion Knights’ Castle, order a Blocks magazine print subscription before August 31, 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 along with their hard copy subscription!