Posted by Jeremy on August 24, 2017 at 05:01 PM CST
It is time to blast off with Blocks issue 35 with a deep-dive review of the NASA Apollo Saturn V set, an exclusive launch pad, take-off and moon landing display build and an interview with the set's designer Carl Merriam.

Panning the camera down to LEGO Star Wars, the designers of the range explain how they have begun to introduce more playset-based sets such as 75180 Rathtar Escape. Speaking of locations, a unique Pit of Carkoon and Sarlaac build demonstrates how you can recreate the thrilling opening to Return of the Jedi. A selection of images from expert LEGO photographer Vesa Lehtimäki show off the new UCS Snowspeeder as only he can, with the set leading a selection of LEGO Star Wars reviews and appearing on this month’s flip cover.

That’s not to mention that this month’s pages also include a report from Billund with a look inside the LEGO House, an interview with the LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures showrunners and a look, by your's truly, at LEGOLAND California’s new The Force Awakens area in Star Wars Miniland.

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