The latest Newsweek LEGO magazine will officially be released on July 17 at onnewsstandsnow.com . This magazine was created in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the LEGO Brick and the 40th anniversary of the Minifigure.
“We worked very closely with The LEGO Group to create this, and received exclusive interviews with LEGO designers and workers in the Billund factory, plus exclusive behind-the-scenes photos of the LEGO creation process and of the sets themselves – from classic sets like #928, Galaxy Explorer, to the latest branded ones such as Jurassic World.”
Mini Review of the Magazine
The magazine contains 100 pages and it starts off with various LEGO creations before the table of contents is introduced. It goes through the history of LEGO and how a LEGO Brick is manufactured (the very foundation of LEGO).
Moving on, it talks about the minifigure, another important element in LEGO. Various LEGO set models and older sets are looked into including LEGO Ideas. There’s also a look into popular lines such as LEGO Architecture, LEGO Movie and LEGO Star Wars. Many of the sets that are looked into provides a brief description of the set.
There’s more to the magazine then mentioned above. Overall, its a nice LEGO magazine to browse over when you have time. Thanks to Courtney for sending Toys N Bricks a complimentary digital copy for review.
Newsweek LEGO Magazine: Celebrating 60th Anniversary of the LEGO Brick
- The airport rescue squad is here for that one passenger in seat 4C
- LEGO Legacy: Heroes Unboxed Pre-Registration Now Live
- And bring me the passengers, I want them alive!
- LEGO Seasonal Toy Soldier Ornament (853907) Revealed
- LEGO Legacy Heroes Unboxed – Vorregistrierung möglich
- Thrill seeking among the skyscrapers
Célunk, hogy egy oldalon összegyűjtsük a hazai és nemzetközi LEGO híreket, értékeléseket/teszteket tegyünk közzé új és régi készletekről. Ezenkívül teret kívánunk adni az egyedi LEGO építményeknek és készítőiknek, hogy bemutassák műveiket.
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