Category: Lego Comics

The Yoda Chronicles

The Yoda Chronicles Comic | Part 1

The Yoda ChroniclesThe Yoda Chronicles Comic Part One Nobody Likes A Bully is featured in a special issue of the Lego Collector’s Magazine January 2013.

This special issue details the beginnings of The Yoda Chronicles, an ongoing Star Wars Lego event played out through the Lego Club Magazine and online at Lego.com/StarWars.

The comic is called Nobody Likes A Bully and retells a story from the Holocron archives, featuring Jedi Master Pong Krell, a leader who was as tough with his troops as he was with his enemies.

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Read the comic below:

Yoda Chronicles Comic

What Are The Yoda Chronicles?

Count Dooku has hatched a sinister scheme to use a Kaiburr crystal to create an army of evil warriors with enhanced Force powers. The wise Jedi Master Yoda has hidden the crystal away in a secret location, but as his former apprentice, Count Dooku knows exactly where to find it.

When the Kaiburr crystal is stolen, it’s up to Yoda – along with some old friends and new allies – to get it back before it is too late. But who is the mysterious Jek-14…and what role will he play in the fate of the galaxy.

Lego Chima Comic Issue 1 Cover

Lego Chima Comic Issue One

Lego Chima Comic Issue 1 CoverThis is the Lego Chima Comic Issue One, distributed in Australia with the Lego Club Magazine January-March 2013.

The comic is a wonderful introduction to the new Lego Chima theme and includes background information on the legend of Chima, the magical world’s history, the influence of the Chi orbs and the major characters in the unfolding war between Cragger, the crocodile prince and Laval, the young lion prince.

In addition the comic features a small guide on how to play the Speedorz game that accompanies most Lego Chima sets.

Here is the first issue of the comic:

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Lego Chima Comic Issue 1

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