Blocks Magazine are opening up their back catalogue, providing access to more than 80 digital back issues of the LEGO magazine for fans, including the rare pilot issue. Print subscribers will get this new perk completely free for the duration of their subscription!
The team at Blocks magazine are always looking for ways to offer better value to our print subscribers, and this might be their best offering yet. Now, every single back issue of the magazine is part of a digital archive that print subscribers will have access to.
Every single back issue is included in the digital back catalogue, including the rare pilot issue and Issue 1! Within the more than 9,000 pages there are classic features including the making of The LEGO Batman Movie, a look back at LEGO Pirates, how NEXO KNIGHTS was created, our review of the epic 71040 The Disney Castle, a trip to the beach to hunt for LEGO bricks and the prosthetic arm inspired by LEGO connections.
Oh, and it includes access to every single Technique guide too – so you can really learn how to improve your building skills.
Even if you already have a huge stash of back issues, this is going to prove handy – you can search the archive, so if you want to see every article about Blacktron, you can find the issue and the page where those features appear. You can then enjoy the digital version or dig out the paper copy and know exactly where you’ll find the feature.
This new perk is in addition to the existing benefits that print subscribers get;
– Entry into the monthly prize draw to win LEGO sets.
– Save money – a print subscription is cheaper than individual issues.
– The magazine early, ahead of when it arrives in shops.
– No hassle – Blocks magazine comes to you.
– Discounts on selected items in the Blocks online shop.
To find out more and set up your print subscription today, visit www.blocksmag.com. Any questions can be sent to email@example.com.
Blocks Magazine Editor Graham Hancock, said:
“We have an incredible library of content and it’s amazing that people will now have access to it. I’m really glad that people who have joined the Blocks train along the way – or have buried their back issues under piles of LEGO sets – will be able to enjoy these classic features”.
Be quick! Issue 81 is coming to print subscribers soon with some fascinating interviews and fantastic examples of fan creativity.