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Blocks magazine celebrates 20 years of LEGO Star Wars in Issue 55

Blocks magazine 55 is here to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Star Wars LEGO.

LEGO Overwatch arrives in Blocks Magazine Issue 54

Issue 54 of Blocks Magazine is out in the wild and on shelves across the UK.

Blocks Issue 53 goes behind the scenes of The LEGO Movie 2: The Second...

Blocks Magazine 53 is out looking at LEGO Movie 2 and much more.

Blocks Magazine Issue 52: Batman, LEGO Club and Hogwarts

Blocks 52 is here with a look at Potter, Batman and more.

Blocks Issue 51 checks out Star Wars, The LEGO Movie-verse and readers’ builds

Blocks magazine is back for issue 51, focusing on Star Wars.

Blocks 50 returns to the Wizarding World of LEGO Harry Potter

Happy half century, Blocks 50 is here.

Blocks Issue 49 looks at LEGO Star Wars 75222 Cloud City

Blocks magazine issue 49 is here, looking at LEGO Star Wars 75222 Cloud City.

LEGO Star Wars Y-wing lands in Blocks magazine Issue 45

Blocks 45 is out, looking at the UCS Y-wing.

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