Posted by Jeremy on June 21, 2018 at 09:32 PM CST
As well as a detailed review of the new Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Y-wing, Blocks checks out the new LEGO Architecture sets and the City Mountain Police range.

There is a look back at the history of LEGO Technic, checking out how the most complex of the building systems originated. With the launch of the Bugatti Chiron, it is also time to count down the top five Technic supercars. What’s more, this month’s Technique section demonstrates how the holes in Technic bricks can be utilised for unorthodox but useful connections.

A selection of LEGO models from talented builders are presented in Month in MOCs and Ideas Showcase, with a new exclusive Blocks build showing how to properly recreate the rope bridge from The LEGO NINJAGO Movie.

That still leaves space for Blocks to take to the sea, with a look back at the classic LEGO Pirates theme and an interview with a Coastguard officer who is using LEGO sets to educate on social media. All of the regulars are included too, including Brick Wife, Blocksword, Brickpicker, This LEGO Life and Month in LEGO.

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LEGO Star Wars hits twenty years of age in April and we want to know which - of the sets released in 1999 - is your favourite. Pick one from below and then jump to our forums and share your thoughts.
7101 Lightsaber Duel
7110 Landspeeder
7111 Droid Fighter
7121 Naboo Swamp
7128 Speeder Bikes
7130 Snowspeeder
7131 Anakin's Podracer
7140 X-wing Fighter
7141 Naboo Fighter
7150 TIE Fighter & Y-wing
7151 Sith Infiltrator
7161 Gungan Sub
7171 Mos Espa Podrace
9748 Droid Developer Kit
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