Posted by Jeremy on September 5, 2018 at 02:03 AM CST
Given the nature of Immediate Media's portfolio of children and youth titles it isn't surprising that the publishing company is going to leverage the popularity of its new LEGO Star Wars Trading Cards collection to promote sales of three of its magazines. After all, it is what Blue Ocean in Germany did.

In a similar vein to the monthly LEGO Star Wars Magazine published by Egmont, there are two LEGO titles that are being included in the co-promotion: LEGO Nexo Knights and LEGO Ninjago. The third publication is Mega Magazine, a comic full of games, activities, posters and competitions that is aimed at boy aged 7-10.

The table below shows the publishing schedule for the bonus cover-mounted LEGO Star Wars Trading Card booster packs. These are normal booster packs

PublicationIssue #Release Date*
LEGO Ninjago4105/09/18
LEGO Nexo Knights2912/09/18
Mega Magazine7312/09/18
LEGO Ninjago4203/10/18
LEGO Nexo Knights3010/10/18
Mega Magazine7410/10/18
Mega Magazine7507/11/18
Mega Magazine7605/12/18

* Dates use the British convention of dd/mm/yy

These magazines typically sell for 4 so are a more costly purchase than the standard booster packs that are available for 1. Nor will the cover-mounted booster packs have any limited edition cards in them.
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How would you feel about Gentle Giant Ltd. producing a Dark Trooper Mini Bust from the 1995 Star Wars: Dark Forces video game? It could be a single Dark Trooper or perhaps a 3-pack showcasing the various Phases of production.
Shut up and take my money!
I'm a completist, so I'm in regardless.
I could be convinced to purchase this if it wasn't too difficult to obtain.
Never played the game and don't know anything about the character, so not a likely purchase for me.
No interest.
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