Media Release — BrickJournal #18 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, goes to Japan with articles on BrickFan Castle and BrickFan Town, two Japanese LEGO fan events in 2008 and 2010. We also take a look at Japan’s Sacred LEGO Land, Nasu Highland Park—the site of the BrickFan events and a pilgrimage site for many Japanese LEGO fans. Other articles include a feature on Japan’s TV Championship of LEGO, as seen by one of the contestants, and a look at the ClickBrick LEGO shops in Japan (they are MUCH different than the LEGO stores in the US and Europe)!
We’ll also show you how to get into TECHNIC building, provide a little LEGO Education, plus our regular columns on minifigure customization, building tips, and step-by-step “You Can Build It” instructions! Edited by Joe Meno.
In anticipation of the issue’s release, TwoMorrows Publishing is letting readers download a FREE PDF preview of the issue at this link:
This preview features a good sampling of the various interviews, articles, and images from the issue.
PRINT or DIGITAL EDITION:
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To order through your local comic book shop, use Diamond Comic Distributors Order Code: JAN121759
NOTE: Due to online file piracy issues, the link to the Digital Edition will be emailed to customers the day the print issue is released in stores.
BRICKJOURNAL #18 will be on sale in stores on Wednesday, March 21.