It’s a Marvel epic in Issue 99 of Blocks, the monthly LEGO magazine. The lead review focuses in on the enormous 76210 Hulkbuster and LEGO Senior Designer Mark Stafford discusses the many challenges involves in designing 76215 Black Panther. You can also count down the top 10 LEGO Marvel characters and read the Blocks reaction to the January launch sets.
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That’s not all this month of course. LEGO Friends is being rebooted after 10 years following the original characters and Blocks has the inside story. Illustrated by fantastic concept art, Head of Design Matthew Ashton, Design Director Fenella Blaize-Charity, Senior Designer Ellen Bowley and Marketing Lead Costas Syrmos reveal how they rebuilt the theme from the ground up.
As for looking back at the classics, we’re reprinting LEGO catalogue dioramas from the 1990s featuring Castle, Pirates and Town. Using the original images, we’re showcasing them nice and large, pointing out many of the hidden details that were impossible to see in the original catalogues.
In Reviews, there’s also a look at the tallest ever LEGO set – 10307 Eiffel Tower. You’ll also get to read the Blocks verdict on 21337 Table Football, 76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck and two City sets you might otherwise overlook.
There’s much more within the 116-page LEGO magazine, including Brick Train Awards winners, tips for building catapults and the first ever LEGO mascot.
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