Brick Fanatics Magazine Issue 2 available now

Single copies of Issue 2 of Brick Fanatics Magazine, as well as 12-issue and 24-issue subscriptions from Issue 2 are available to purchase now

Brick Fanatics Magazine, the A5, 80-page print publication all about LEGO, is back and will now be published monthly from Issue 2. Issue 2 is available for purchase now in single copies (plus a postage and packaging charge) or as part of a 12-issue or 24-issue subscription, and will be distributed from a scheduled print date at the end of January.

We are delighted to present the front cover for Issue 2, and reveal some of the content that will be inside this issue.

Brick Fanatics Magazine Issue 2 cover

As we welcome our follow-up to late 2018’s launch issue, there’s no better time to focus on another upcoming sequel, The LEGO Movie 2. Alongside an exclusive cover build of a fallen Statue of Liberty that puts even the impressive official LEGO set 74840 Welcome to Apocalypseburg! to shame, readers of Brick Fanatics Magazine Issue 2 are transported straight into the post-apocalyptic world of The LEGO Movie 2.

Following the devastating events of a DUPLO invasion, the LEGO Group takes us on an exclusive tour of what’s left of Bricksburg thanks to never-before-seen artwork, behind-the-scenes concept work and interviews. This is a unique opportunity to find out exactly how the company deconstructed the world they had built in 2014’s The LEGO Movie for its 2019 sequel.

Meanwhile, Vice President of Design at the LEGO Group Matthew Ashton reveals all that went into the creation of Unikitty, and her notable transformation for The LEGO Movie 2 into Ultrakatty. Did you know her character was originally designed as a male king? Well, our On Topic section – filled with insight into the very latest and most interesting areas of the LEGO world – reveals this and much more in Issue 2.

In Review+ – where we delve deeper than traditional reviews – we are treated to a LEGO designer tour of Emmet’s Dream House, we take the App-Controlled Batmobile on a rigorous field test all in the spirit of trying to break it, and we discover a new way to look at the latest Sandcrawler.

Our Retro section – crammed with old set reviews, new builds for classic themes, fact-packed features and historic oddities – has a heavy double dose of nostalgia in Issue 2, as we take a trip back to the Wild West, and continue the adventures of Johnny Thunder.

There’s a great deal more to discover in this A5, 80-page print publication, put together by LEGO fans, for LEGO fans. Whatever your level of interest and involvement in the brick world, there’s something in each issue of Brick Fanatics Magazine for you.

You can order single copies of Issue 2 (plus a postage and packaging charge), or save money and qualify for free postage by subscribing for 12 or 24 issues. Subscriptions are available from Issue 1 (Issues 1-12 or 1-24) or Issue 2 (Issues 2-13 or 2-25). Issue 2 will be distributed from its print date scheduled for the end of January. You can still order single copies of Issue 1 too.

Every order, and in particular every subscription, supports the work we do at Brick Fanatics Magazine and goes a long way to ensuring that we can continue to deliver the very best, most engaging and relevant brick-based material each and every issue.

Rob Paton

As one half of Tiro Media Ltd, I mix a passion for print and digital media production with a deep love of LEGO and can often be found on these pages eulogising about LEGO Batman, digging deeper into the LEGO Group’s inner workings, or just complaining about the price of the latest LEGO Star Wars set. Make a great impression when you meet me in person by praising EXO-FORCE as the greatest LEGO theme of all time. Follow me on Twitter @RobPaton or drop me an email at

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