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The latest issue (11) of the LEGO Minecraft Magazine is here and with it Ninja & Zombie Minifigures and a small side-build!

The magazine itself follows suit with all its predecessors, with a ton of puzzles and activities, such as dice based games and mazes. These are great fun for the intended younger fans, offering up a fun yet somewhat educational experience.

The double-sided poster as usual features great artwork and worthy of hanging onto for future LEGO room decoration. Also the Comic-strip stories are filled with cool art and are great fun to read especially with young fans, they often feature characters that are included as freebies with the magazine issue, this time around we get Ninja and Zombie Minifigures along with a small side-build, perfect for including in MOCs, scenes, or display areas you may already have. These will be going straight into my Son’s Minecraft display in his room.

Both characters are done to the high standards that LEGO set, with the printing on the Minifigures being crisp and detailed. The Ninja character is especially cool as the costume looks great and is a Minifigure we’ve only got once before, in LEGO The Training Grounds Set (21183), which retails for £59.99.

The side-build comprises of a handful of parts including 2 TNT printed bricks, 4×4 green plate, jumper tiles and some Technic bits. There is a small playability feature where the TNT block pops off.

Below are a handful of pages to showcase what these style of publications offer.

LEGO Minecraft Issue 11 can be picked up from most good newsagents and supermarkets, such as WHSmith, ASDA, Tesco and Sainsbury’s, to mention a few. If you can’t get to a store please don’t fret, they’re available online via a subscription service, they get delivered to your door!


LEGO Minecraft Magazine Issue 11



The Magazine 8.2
The Minifigures & side-build 9.3
The Cost (£5.50) 7.4
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