Disney’s Pirates and Marvel’s Guardians in Blocks Issue 32

With the LEGO Group returning to Pirates of the Caribbean and Guardians of the Galaxy, the Blocks team are doing the same as the latest issue focuses on impressive builds based on the big screen sequels. The monthly magazine offers a flip-over alternate cover with a broad range of articles on visual thinking, LEGO Worlds, Technic and Friends.

Here is the official Issue 32 press release:

Pirates of the Caribbean sees its fifth instalment sail into cinema screens just as The Silent Mary finds itself shipwrecked on LEGO Store shelves, inspiring a build project like never before. A series of scenes commissioned exclusively for Blocks magazine showcases the new set with plenty of tips along the way to inspire your next Pirates build.blocks_issue32_cover

As for the other sequel, the dramatic scene in which the band of misfits that are the Guardians of the Galaxy face off against the Abilisk was not without its challenges as a build, but the finished result was well worth the hard work. So much so that when you flip this month’s magazine over, you get an alternative cover featuring the Guardians.

But that’s not all, as we delve into how the topic of visual thinking relates to building with LEGO, TT Games take us behind the scenes of their most creative video game yet and we go through the LEGO Friends houses to see what makes these homes so appealing.

In Technique we demonstrate how to build curtains and blinds to decorate those LEGO interiors, BrickPicker looks at Creator sets to see whether 3-in-1 means three times the profits and the Reviews section measures up the latest Technic, Guardians of the Galaxy and Pirates of the Caribbean sets. With plenty more filling the pages in between, it’s another month full of LEGO action.

To subscribe to Blocks magazine and get your monthly fix of LEGO content delivered straight to your door, visit 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. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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