Spooky New Bricks Magazine Has Risen

The spooktacular fifth issue of Bricks Magazine has risen and if you haven’t guessed already it has a bit of a Halloween theme running throughout. If you’re lucky enough to be attending The Great Western Brick show this weekend you can grab a copy at the Bricks stand if not, you can order a copy right now. Subscribers copies are being sent out by delivery ghouls as we speak. Here’s the official blurb:

Be afraid… but not too afraid

Halloween is fast approaching and here at Bricks Towers we are embracing all that is haunted and spooky within the LEGO world, past and present.

We start by sending Bricks’ roving reporter Sparklord to visit Tara Wike, the woman behind the latest range of Collectable Minifigures which is (in our humble opinion) the best wave ever. Discover the secrets and stories behind each figure.

We follow the Mystery Inc. gang as they search for the missing Velma, Lucy Boughton takes the Hogwarts Express for a look back at the magical world of Harry Potter, Dr Dave stays up all night to look back on the Monster Fighters theme and Chris Pearce gets all spiritual in the world of NINJAGO.

Fear not, we do venture beyond the official sets. We have truly monstrous Masterclass builds from Nick Sweetman and Orion Pax, Chris Adams’ recreations of iconic movie posters while James Pegrum can be found lurking in the graveyard ready to show us some bewitching building techniques.

If this lot wasn’t enough to scare you then our visit to one of the UK’s biggest private LEGO collections may just send you over the edge. Be prepared – it’s massive. While we’re on the subject of size: we also look at the giant Technic Mercedes truck, the evolution of the Millennium Falcon and the ample and very popular WALL•E and Minecraft releases.

Enjoy the issue and keep building…

With 126 pages packed full of inspirational models and exclusive features Bricks is the premier LEGO fan magazine. With a price of just £4.99, why accept anything less?

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1 comment

  1. Ferg

    Look forward to getting this issue. I have to say I’m enjoying Bricks and Blocks in equal measure. I initially wasn’t sure there was room for two magazines occupying the same niche, but have been happy to have been proven wrong.

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