Happy New Year from Bricks Magazine
January is the time for exciting new LEGO sets and 2016 is no exception
The best thing about a new year is new LEGO sets. It may be a time to make a fresh start or celebrate new beginnings, but when that clock strikes midnight on 31 December it means we have a whole new wave of sets in our grasp.
The 2016 line-up looks impressive: NINJAGO is taking to the skies, City has a great new island prison and the intergalactic craziness of NEXO KNIGHTS boasts some great new pieces. Alongside all these store releases we have two massive exclusives available in the form of the Ghostbusters fire station and the very impressive Brick Bank Modular.
Inspired by these vast buildings, this month at Bricks we are wandering into the world of all things urban. Starting with the Brick Bank, Mark and Dr Dave examine this modular floor by floor, leaving no tile unturned. Packed full of new elements and great colour pieces, this new offering looks set to be a winner. Chris Pearce investigates the latest 2016 sets and highlights what we should be looking forward to most. Alongside this there are amazing custom builds in the form of Janet VanD’s theatre, Patrick Bosman’s piece of historic Holland and Jamie Douglas’ twin-roofed Brickadilly station.
As it’s a new year we have some great new series starting. Huw Millington hits the rails and starts his journey aboard on LEGO trains while our new technique master, Luke Hutchinson, begins his
A focussed and significant team announces two brand new LEGO fan publications, Bricks and Bricks Culture
We invite you to share in our passion for all things LEGO, being launched on April 13th but available to you for pre-ordering now! Do not miss out!
What happens when you gather together some of the most respected names in the world of LEGO to work exclusively on new fan publications? Bricks and Bricks Culture, that’s what!
You probably already know of Huw Millington, Tim Johnson and Mark Guest; well they head up our quality editorial team that includes some of our community’s finest contributors.
We wanted to let you know about what is coming before we informed the world at large because our whole ethos for these magazines has been designed specifically with AFOLs in mind. So obviously you need to hear it first before we go public with this news. The LEGO Group are the only other people who know about this and we’re delighted to say that they fully support what we have put together and our plan for the future.
We have aimed everything we are doing to meet your high expectations with an unrivalled breadth of content that we are sure will inform, entertain and inspire you. Brought to you by a dedicated team of passionate adult fans of LEGO, we know that Bricks and Bricks Culture will deliver more content, with more quality, to more people who love LEGO, in more ways than ever before.
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