Tag: Lego Magazine

Brick Journal Compendium Vol 2

Brickjournal Compendium Vol 2 75% Off

Twomorrows Publishing who release the wonderful Brickjournal Lego magazine each quarter are having a sale, with a number of cool Lego items on the list.

The best deal by far is the Lego Brickjournal Compendium Vol 2 which normally retails for $34.99 (and not much less on Amazon) but is now on sale for $9.99, a whopping (do people still use that word?) 71% off!

Here is a quick synopsis of what is inside the 224 pages of Lego joy:

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BrickJournal Compendium, Volume Two, compiles issues #4-5 of the acclaimed online magazine for LEGO enthusiasts of all ages—for the first time in printed form!

This FULL-COLOR book spotlights all aspects of the LEGO Community through interviews with: Mike Wilder (about using a Mindstorms robot to film a 3-D documentary) and Mark Larson (creator of the Fabuland Housewifes online comic strip), Alban Nanty on his Lego-based Star Wars® film, plus features on Lego character sculptures, tutorials on LCad software for creating projects, an examination of Legoland’s history, behind the scenes at a Lego factory, building big with Legos (from castles and rollercoasters to ships and skyscrapers), creating custom minifigures, instructions and building techniques, and more!

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Edited by Joe Meno.

Other highlights of the sale include custom kits of actual Lego + instructions:

If you haven’t read a Brickjournal Magazine yet, then this might be a great time to pick up the compendium and a couple of back issues for some light holiday reading.

Cheers,
Inger

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Lego 2013 – First Sneak Peek Image?

Rumors and leaked images for the Lego 2013 sets are starting to appear on the web, but in the mail today I received my first Official Sneak Peek of what is to come courtesy of the last Lego Club Magazine for 2012.

On the back page of the September -December 2012 Magazine was a curious question mark image with a transparent sphere containing crystals inside, super-imposed on the question mark’s “dot”.

I’m not very adept at explaining things like this and a picture can say so much more…

What do you think?

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Of course I’ve heard the rumors of a Lego Ice/Arctic theme (Speedorz?) being launched in 2013…could this be a hint of that theme or is there something else to be read into it?

Let me know what you think, or what you have heard.