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In Blocks magazine Issue 58, readers can enjoy an in-depth review of the new LEGO Creator Expert Lunar Lander, find out about the incredible work the Block Bus is doing and learn more about the all-new Hidden Side theme.
An exclusive preview of LEGO Hidden Side reveals how the LEGO Group is aiming to bring a new story-driven theme to fans while incorporating a digital aspect to the play potential. The design experts who have been developing this new range open up the door to their secret lab and share some of the secrets held within.
The Block Bus does something pretty special, providing communication therapy for children diagnosed with autism in a rural area. Amy Eleftheriades explains how her team are helping the community using LEGO bricks.
Given that the world is celebrating 50 years since the first time people landed on the Moon, the review section begins with a look at 10266 Lunar Lander, before delving into the new Star Wars releases and Technic 42096 Porsche 911 RSR.
The LEGO Star Wars 20th anniversary celebrations continue, with a report straight from the LEGO House covering the Fan Evening that saw AFOLs get the chance to hear directly from designers behind the theme. Speaking of Billund, this month also offers a top ten list of things to do in the LEGO Group’s hometown.
As always there is building to be done, with LEGO MASTERS winner Steve Guinness demonstrating how to construct brick versions of the little brick minifigures released last year. Simon Pickard demonstrates how to put LEGO interior lighting together, to make sure those building details are authentic.
The history of the LEGO Group continues this month and moves into the 1930s, revealing the story of how Ole Kirk Kristiansen overcame adversity in the decade.
In Month in MOCs, Ice Planet gets a modern makeover and the Disney palaces get the Skyline treatment. Other regular features include Blocks Photography, Month in LEGO, LUG Spotlight, Retired Piece, Piece Perception before Brick Wife wraps things up.