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BrickJournal Magazines Still Available Through TwoMorrows

Many businesses have been impacted during the Coronavirus pandemic including countless small businesses. Some of these businesses now rely on online sales to try and stay afloat during this time. BrickJournal’s main distributer, Diamond Comic Distributors, have shut down their services so physical copies of the magazine won’t be delivered any time soon. BrickJournal also has another avenue to ship which is from TwoMorrows. They currently have plenty of stock of the March 2020 issue as well as back issues and there’s also digital editions included as well. If you want some good LEGO reading material, why not help out both Joe Meno’s magazine as well as TwoMorrows.


Free BrickJournal Issue from TwoMorrows Publishing

If you ever wanted to check out what BrickJournal is about, TwoMorrows Publishing has you covered. They are offering a FREE full PDF copy of BrickJournal Issue 10 through their website that you can download. Although this is the March/April 2010 issue, there’s still a lot of great content you can read through and takes you back through memory lane. Some of the content includes a behind the scenes look at the then-new LEGO Atlantis sets and underwater MOCs.

If you’re not familiar with BrickJournal, it was created by our good friend Joe Meno and is one of only two LEGO magazines here in the US with the other being Blocks. If you like what you see, why not subscribe as TwoMorrows is offering a special deal until December 31st.


BrickJournal Magazine on Sale at TwoMorrows Publishing

BrickJournal September 2013, Issue 25

TwoMorrows Publishing is having a “Brick to School Sale” and every back issue of BrickJournal is 50% off. Another sale they are having is the BrickJournal subscriptions are 15%. These offers are valid for print copies of the magazine until the end of September so you have about two weeks left to get in on the deals.

BrickJournal is a magazine which showcases many different aspects of the LEGO community including events, builders, MOCs, as well as how-to articles by many builders in the community. The magazine is edited by our good friend Joe Meno.

If you haven’t checked out BrickJournal before, this may be a good time to purchase it especially when you can get two copies of the magazine for the price of one.


BrickJournal September 2013 Issue 25 – The Castle Issue Review

A few days ago, I was privileged to be sent a copy of the September 2013 issue of BrickJournal by TwoMorrows Publishing. This copy is Issue #25 of the popular LEGO magazine and focuses on the theme of Castle-related builds. It has 84 pages of LEGO goodness and retails for $8.95. If you purchase from TwoMorrows Publishing, BrickJournal as well as many other titles are 15% off.

BrickJournal September 2013, Issue 25 BrickJournal September 2013, Issue 25


LEGO San Diego Comic Con 2013 Day 2 Recap

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes SDCC 2013 Exclusive Spider-Man Minifigure

On the second day of the 2013 San Diego Comic Con, it went mostly well at the LEGO booth. The main concern was how the LEGO staff was planning to control the overcrowding issue for the exclusive minifigure giveaway that was stopped abruptly yesterday. The management team figured out one way to deal with the issue was to hold the raffle outside in the West Terrace of the Convention Center. From what it looked like, it was a pretty successful raffle. The only thing that was bad about it was that it was outside and the sun was beaming down on our heads. The line moved pretty quickly and there were two staff members handing out the raffle tickets. After that, you just have to wait until 3:30pm for the LEGO booth to announce the winners. There was also a bonus drawing for the rest of yesterday’s Spider-Woman minifigure. When the winners were announced, I tweeted that I was one of the winners of exclusive The Amazing Spider-Man minifigure! After I calmly picked up my prize, I posted an image on my Instagram account to prove that I was actually a winner. Above is the picture I took after I got back home. In other giveaway news, there another minifigure that was given out to Comic Con attendees. FBTB reported that an Azog minifig was given out somewhere that was not the LEGO booth. We’re still not sure where or how to get Azog as of this time.

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