Issue 64



Blocks magazine is back for another month of in-depth LEGO features, reviews and tutorials. With the release of 76139 1989 Batmobile, the Dark Knight gets the spotlight as the LEGO designer behind Batman’s most beloved ride explains his process. The set gets a full review too, with exclusive photography of the impressive vehicle.

That’s not all for comic book fans, as the new series of Collectible Minifigures is put under the spotlight and the 10 best DC Minifigures are counted down.

Speed Champions has made a big change this year, with the cars increasing in size to provide more authentic builds than ever before. Design Manager Specialist Chris Stamp sees it is a great opportunity for the theme, as he explains in an exclusive interview about the latest sets.

American builders are finally getting their turn to show off their skills on television, with LEGO MASTERS arriving in the USA. Blocks magazine has an exclusive preview of the series, with host Will Arnett just one of the interviewees sharing a peek into what makes the ultimate televised brick-building contest.

The Mod Squad project that demonstrated how to add an interior to the Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) Millennium Falcon received some wonderful feedback from readers – so now it is the Imperial Star Destroyer’s turn. The first part of this project is demonstrating how to add the Probe Droid console area to the inside of the model.

Blockstalgia looks back at the Vikings theme, recalling the best sets from the popular range and featuring exclusive instructions showing how to build the Fenris Wolf in a modern style. Month in LEGO rounds up the past month in the brick, with a detailed look at the acquisition of BrickLink by the LEGO Group.

The History of LEGO series edges closer to the present day, focusing on the 1990s and a difficult period for the LEGO Group. In Technique, Simon Pickard uses his impressive Philistine Temple to explain some of his design philosophies and how they can apply to any build.