Charlie Adlard, The Walking Dead comic book artist, will be appearing at the Blocks magazine stand during BRICKLIVE Birmingham to sign magazines. Blocks magazine‘s columnist, Brick Wife, will also be appearing to sign the latest exclusive minifigure.
Here are all of the details from the Blocks team:
The latest issue of Blocks magazine is a collaboration with Charlie Adlard, the artist behind The Walking Dead comic book. Incredible builds have been inspired by his original artwork and an in-depth interview reveals his love of LEGO. He will be at the Blocks stand from 12pm on Saturday, October 28 to sign magazines.
Issue 37 is in shops now – please note that only a limited number of copies will be available to buy at the show, so fans are advised to bring a copy with them to be signed by Charlie Adlard.
Brick Wife is one of Blocks magazine’s longest running and most popular columnists, sharing her insights into being married to a LEGO fan every month. Now, readers can own a special edition Brick Wife minifigure, available to buy at the Blocks stand. Brick Wife herself will be appearing from 11am on Sunday, October 29 to sign minifigures and magazines.
Blocks magazine will be at BRICKLIVE for all four days, October 26 to 29. The team would love to meet as many readers and LEGO fans as possible, so encourage everyone to visit the stand and say hello.
Here is the signing schedule for the event:
Saturday, October 28 – Charlie Adlard 12pm – 1pm
Get the latest issue of Blocks, featuring The Walking Dead, signed by Charlie Adlard – the talented artist behind the comic book series.
Sunday, October 29 – Brick Wife 11am – 1pm
The all-new Brick Wife minifigure will be available to buy at the show (also available now at www.blocksmag.com) to get signed by the popular Blocks columnist.
Come along and see LEGO Star Wars sets on display, buy back issues of the magazine and pick up Blocks merchandise.
Even if you are not attending BRICKLIVE Birmingham, you can still set up a subscription and get exclusive Blocks merchandise at www.blocksmag.com.
Graham was the BrickFanatics.com Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education.
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