On sale at www.brickfanatics.com/magazine since early July and already with subscribers, Issue 8 is now on sale to the general public, packed with brick-based content, including a fascinating double interview about the lunar module.
Both NASA and the LEGO Group discuss design and details as we explore not only the recently released 10266 Lunar Lander LEGO set, but importantly the real world equivalent that was built 50 years ago.
Jurassic World is also explored in this latest edition of Brick Fanatics Magazine, as we find out from Design Manager Marcos Bessa how the LEGO Group is expanding the theme park packed with dinosaurs, and, how a crazy concept was turned into 75938 T. rex vs Dino-Mech Battle.
The How To section, packed with LEGO tips, tricks and techniques, leads with a great minifigure-scale build of a 2019 Formula 1 car, decked out in the livery of McLaren.
Available since early July at www.brickfanatics.com/magazine and already with subscribers, Issue 8 of Brick Fanatics Magazine is now on sale at WHSmith stores across the UK.
Issue 8 is the second issue of Brick Fanatics Magazine released since the move to a larger print format with high definition gloss front cover.
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