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The latest issue of Blocks magazine gets a BOOST thanks to an exclusive interview with the LEGO genius behind the new coding kit.
LEGO BOOST gets the deep dive in Blocks magazine Issue 39, with the full review treatment as well as an interview with designer Carl Merriam, who shares the secrets behind the new LEGO robotics system. Is blocky bot Vernie as charming as he appears? This month we find out.
Television star Steve Guinness spills the beans on what it was like to participate in LEGO MASTERS, the first talent show based on the brick, before revealing how he and Nate Dias went out to Billund to install their masterpiece in the LEGO House.
The review section finds out if the LEGO Group have done DC’s league of heroes justice, gets into the undergrowth to size up the City Jungle subtheme and takes a look at what the LEGO Technic designers have been putting out.
We provide our annual check-in to see the completed Brick to the Past build, and the Jacobite Risings layout does not disappoint. Dan Harris charts the journey of the project from idea to finished build, sharing the unique approach that the team of history buffs take.
Elsewhere this month, Simon Pickard demonstrates how to improve your LEGO cars, BrickPicker provides analysis of the Taj Mahal re-release, and we count down the top ten LEGO mega builds.