Wednesday, December 16, 2015


BrickJournal, the magazine for LEGO® enthusiasts, spotlights Star Wars-themed creations

(Raleigh, NC) Now shipping is TwoMorrows Publishing's latest issue of BrickJournal, the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts of all ages. The special issue (#37) showcases amazing Star Wars-themed LEGO creations, just in time for the debut of the venerable franchise's Episode VII on December 18.

Editor and top builder Joe Meno has assembled a remarkable LEGO tribute to George Lucas' film franchise, returning to a galaxy far, far away with amazing custom spaceships by Eric Druon (also known online as builder BaronSat), and incredible galactic layouts by builder A.C. Pin. There’s also a look at the many droid creations built by LEGO fans, an Endor Shuttle Platform made entirely of the ubiquitous plastic bricks, and the ultimate custom LEGO Millenium Falcon—no stock LEGO sets here, these are all one-of-a-kind LEGO creations.

In addition to the Star Wars-themed content, BrickJournal #37 presents the latest installment of the magazine's regular feature on Minifigure Customization by Jared K. Burks, the AFOLs (Adult Fans of LEGO) comic strip by cartoonist Greg Hyland, step-by-step “You Can Build It” instructions by Christopher Deck (including how to build your own BB-8 out of LEGO bricks), and more special content to prove: This is the LEGO publication you’ve been looking for!

This full-color magazine is 84 pages long, and retails for $8.95. It is available now in both print and digital editions, through TwoMorrows' website (, comic book stores through Diamond Comic Distributors, at Barnes & Noble stores around the world, and through the BrickJournal app on the Apple and Android platforms.

Also during the month of December, the publisher is offering a 16% discount on subscriptions, and $5 back issues, only through its website.

A free preview of this issue is available at the publisher's ordering link:

Since 1994, TwoMorrows Publishing has been awakening fans with the industry's best comics- and LEGO-related publications.

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