Latest Issue, Dec 19 (62) On sale 22nd Nov 19


CHRISTMAS IS NEARLY here (or if you

follow the logic of retail displays, it’s been

here for a month already), and we’re

celebrating in style this issue. As teased on our

snowy cover, among these 112 pages you’ll find an

in-depth review of the latest Winter Village set, a

countdown of the best festive LEGO releases, and

a holiday gift guide for all your LEGO shopping


But as we approach the end of the year, we’re

also approaching the end of the decade. To

celebrate, we’ve taken a stroll down memory lane

with a look back over the best of the past 10 years

in LEGO, starting on page 68. And if you’re still

feeling nostalgic, flip to page 94, because 2019

has one last anniversary in store for us.

All this isn’t to say we’ve forgotten about the

here and now. Alongside our reviews of the latest

Architecture releases, design guru Rok Žgalin Kobe

takes us on a tour of the Empire State Building on

page 54, while LEGO Element Designer Jaime

Sanchez discusses the finer points of the brick on

page 30. The bread to that design sandwich is a

doughy mix of inspiration, from a Pixar-themed

Ideas project to a wide variety of your builds.

Happy reading, and happy holidays!

Everyone here at Blocks Magazine would like to wish all our readers a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


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