BRICKJOURNAL magazine (edited by Joe Meno) is the ultimate resource for LEGO enthusiasts of all ages. It spotlights all aspects of the LEGO® Community, showcasing LEGO events from around the world, tips and tricks from top professional builders, and galleries of one-of-a-kind LEGO models. Each issue offers contributions and how-to articles by AFOLs (Adult Fans of LEGO) worldwide, new product intros, Jared K. Burks' regular column on Minifigure Customization, step-by-step "You Can Build It" instructions, and more!
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Ratings and Reviews
A LEGO magazine for all of us
Geez, the last review was 4 years ago? Well let me fix that.
There aren't a whole lot of magazines (either print or electronic) covering the world of LEGO in the first place, so any LEGO publication is better than none. But Brickjournal is not just ANY publication.
What sets Brickjournal apart is the breadth of it's coverage. Other LEGO-centric publications focus on what is currently popular, or what TLG is currently pushing. Brickjournal DOES include that coverage, but also has articles about lesser known products, building techniques, and people in the LEGO universe.
I love the fact that each issue has a specific focus so that you get more in-depth coverage and information about a topic. That DOES mean that not every issue will have something that interests you, but when it does...it's got it in spades! And the specific topic areas do cycle, so invariably there will be multiple issues that dive into your area of interest.
That said, I've found that even those issues that aren't about my particular interest have something (a short article, a review, a quick build) that IS worthwhile.
The other aspect I love about Brickjournal is that it brings into one place what you have to search for and read at many different online sites. Joe Meno, the editor, has a long, LONG history with LEGO, the product, the company and the people. He has the ability to take all the LEGO news and information and distill it down to what is important and interesting.
To me, it is worth every penny, everytime there is a new issue.
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Awesome that people do that!
It's awesome someone takes time to put together so much of awesome content.
If you have a constructor living inside of you, BrickJournal is for you.
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