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Seen in the latest LEGO Club Magazine, an insert presenting the different protagonists of the LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham video game with the bonus of a code allowing you to unlock "Batman from Planet X"aka Batman of Zur-En-Arrh whose the exclusive minifigure was distributed during the last San Diego Comic Con.
Note this code [ZWQPJD], it will be useful for you to activate the virtual version of the character as soon as the game is released on November 12th.
Below, the character of the day: Doctor Fate, telepath and visionary seen in several animated series (Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Justice League).
Another nice character who will be present in the game: Vic Sage aka The Question seen in many episodes of the animated series Justice League Unlimited (The minifigure of the game is based on the character present in the series):
And finally, Ra's al Ghul:
Small editorial digression (although ...), to tell you about the new project initiated by Nicolas Forsans (Muttpop) the French publisher of our favorite LEGO books (LEGO Culture, LEGOramart, De Brique en Brique) which puts the cover back with a concept even more ambitious: The launch of a magazine aimed at geeks of all stripes (parents and children).
The support is logically (or not) called BREEKS and the fundraising campaign has already started on ulule.com with different levels, bonuses, pagination that increases with the amount collected, etc ...
It's too complicated to detail everything here, but I would like to inform you all the same that if you choose to participate in this operation by subscribing to the highest tier, you will get as a bonus one of the 200 exclusive and unseen minifigs of the "mascot" of the magazine: Super BREEKS!
I encourage you to take a walk on the page dedicated to the project, you will find all the useful information on this new medium, which promises to be rich in quality content. The AFOLs will obviously not be forgotten by Nicolas and his collaborators, specialists in geek culture: the gentleman is himself a big fan of LEGO ...
To get a better idea of the type of editorial content that will be offered in this magazine, you can consult a few pages taken from issue 0 at this address.
Currently on newsstands, the January / February 2014 issue of the magazine Gulli Hero Special LEGO (5.50 €), with which is offered a Legends of Chima polybag.
At least two different polybags released in 2013 are inserted with the magazine: 30252 Crug's Swamp Jet or 30253 Leonidas' Jungle Dragster. If you find this magazine with another polybag (Le 30251 Winzar's Pack Patrol for example ...) do not hesitate to point it out in the comments.
As for the editorial content of this special issue, LEGO, Chima, more LEGO and even a competition to win many prizes.
Since we are on the subject, I remind you that there is also a magazine entirely dedicated to the Legends of Chima range which also includes an exclusive gift (Ewar and his Eagle Cannon with number 1).
(Thanks to Eithelval for the info and the photo)
Like some of you, I just received my copy of LEGO Club Magazine for January / February 2013. And I am both happy and disappointed.
Glad to see that LEGO has slipped between the pages the poster gathering the minifigs of the LEGO Star Wars 2013 range and that it is thus accessible to the greatest number without having to order with a minimum purchase to obtain it.
But I am a little disappointed (obviously, I always have a complaint under my elbow ...) to obtain this magnificent poster on such thin magazine paper. I would still have preferred to get it through the LEGO Shop for example, and on better quality coated paper.
For the rest, this latest LEGO Club Magazine is pretty cool, given the audience it is aimed at, obviously with Legends of Chima everywhere (With tips and tactics for Speedorz in pdf), a little City comic book (And a pdf on fire safety), Technic (With instructions to assemble a dragster with parts from sets 42010 and 42011 in pdf format) of Ninjago (With a pdf on the Golden Dragon), the announcement of the arrival of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles range for April 2013 (The sets of the range had made a brief appearance on the LEGO Shop before being retired), and a really nice bonus with the instructions for LEGO Star Wars mobile repair shop. Click the image below to download it in pdf format.
If you haven't received this magazine yet, register quickly at this address, it will be sent to you free of charge.
Some of you already know this magazine published by the Spanish AFOLs ofHispaBrick. If the paper version is sold at a prohibitive price (on sale at this address but at more than 17 € ...), however, most issues can be downloaded free of charge. at this address in pdf format for offline consultation.
Lots of interesting content for this n ° 14 with in particular on page 95 an interview with Andrew Becraft, founder of The Brothers Brick, who looks back on the origins of the blog, its evolution, its functioning, its past conflicts with LEGO, its mode of financing via advertising, etc ...
Over the hundred pages of this issue, you will also discover many thematic articles: MOCs (Battlestar Galactica), technical tutorials (creation of mosaic), reviews of sets (10225 UCS R2-D2), reports of exhibitions or conventions, etc ... Everything is in the spirit of what we know with the reference magazine BrickJournal and can be read endlessly. The photos don't cannibalize the content and the text is well written.
If you read English and want to dig deeper into certain topics, this magazine is a great addition to your daily LEGO-style internet surfing.
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