Issue 2 of Brick Fanatics Magazine will be arriving with readers soon – here’s a preview of what’s inside
Fresh off the printers, let’s take a look inside the latest issue of the brand new print publication all about LEGO, which is now published monthly.
Single copies of Issue 1 and Issue 2 are available to purchase now and carry a postage and packaging charge. Subscriptions are also available to purchase in 12-issue and 24-issue runs, offering a reduced per-issue cost, as well as free postage and packaging. Seriously, these are good deals – subscribe before our stock is spoken for so you can guarantee every copy of the magazine, first and fastest.
Issue 2 of Brick Fanatics Magazine previews The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part with an interesting walk through Apocalypseburg, courtesy of those at the LEGO Group who created it. Exclusive interviews, never-before-seen artwork and behind-the-scenes concept work provides readers with a unique look at how the world of Bricksburg was taken into the apocalypse for the 2019 sequel to 2014’s The LEGO Movie.
Alongside this, Vice-President of Design Matthew Ashton reveals the unique design story behind the creation of Unikitty, and then, Ultrakatty, whilst Senior LEGO Designer Nicolaas Vás takes us on a set tour of 70831 Emmet’s Dream House/Rescue Rocket!
There’s much more packed into Issue 2 too, including a piece exploring how the latest, smallest Sandcrawler shouldn’t be overlooked because of its size, and a true test of how tough – and waterproof – the App-Controlled Batmobile really is.
There’s the small matter of our three, fascinating LEGO insider columns, a look at one of the first Creator 3-in-1 sets from 2007, and we revisit the classic Western set of many a childhood, 6769 Fort Legorado.
Brick Fanatics Magazine is an 80-page, A5 print publication, available for purchase via our website. There are regular sections such as Review+, On Topic and Retro, as well as insightful, interesting and inspirational features, builds, interviews and so much more. For just £5, $8 or €8.25, there’s a lot each month to hold in your hands. And it’s even cheaper if you subscribe, and you’d really be supporting the work that we are doing, so go do that!