Force Friday not only brings us plenty of new LEGO Star Wars sets it also heralds the arrival of the brand new fourth issue of Bricks magazine. The essential guide to building, buying and collecting all things LEGO blasts off into outer space and the outer rims territories to take a look at some of the many spacey LEGO themes and products, including the brand spanking new LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens sets. LEGO legendary designer Mark Stafford talks about his time at LEGO and the sets he has created over the years. There’s also a in-depth look at the new LEGO Dimensions video game. Plus fantastic reviews, features and much much more. Read on to find out what issue 4 of Bricks as in store.
Space is a LEGO theme that sits close to the hearts of many fans. The ’80s era in particular is adored and looked upon with a nostalgic glaze so strong it inhibits some from recognising new Space releases as valid in comparison. This issue is a timely nod to the amazing LEGO space genre and is a timely tribute as the first wave of Star Wars: The Force Awakens sets hit our stores and they do not disappoint. Inside we have a full summary of all the sets, with some nice little secrets added in.
Beyond the obvious choice of Star Wars we fully doff our caps to Space: we catch up with supremo designer Mark Stafford, Classic Space fan Jeremy Williams takes us through the early days while Chris Pearce talks about why Space Police III is the real ‘classic’ Space theme for him. In addition Peter Reid provides a full rundown of amazing mechs, while Dr Dave is busy putting all the City Space Shuttles through their paces.
Meanwhile back on solid ground we take a good look around the Temple of Airjitzu, NINJAGO’s biggest set to date. We also knock three times on the door of the Big Bang Theory set and go all nature-loving with the Bright Bricks gang. Bricks has an exclusive look inside the build room at LEGOLAND Windsor and chat with the team as they construct their new Santa Pod dragstrip, while Adam White (that’s me) takes us through what we can expect from new video game LEGO Dimensions.
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