It’s geared predominantly towards kids, and to that end you’ll find plenty of comics, activities and puzzles in each issue. The latest edition is no different, packing in posters, a maze and even a cut-out face mask. (Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem quite up to combating the spread of coronavirus.)
You might still want to pick it up even if you fall beyond its main target audience, though. That’s because this issue includes not one, but two free gifts, including a Duke Detain minifigure and a random extra toy. That’s double the freebies of the magazine’s NINJAGO counterpart, though it does ring in a touch more expensive at £4.99.