Set 21118 The Mine Ages: 8+ Pieces: 922 This is the biggest box of the new wave of Minecraft® related sets. Minecraft is a very well known game about breaking and placing blocks in an imaginary world. This new wave of sets are made to a minifig scale, a far better option than the micro scale...
Anyone who knows the name Yoshihito Isogawa will immediately associate it with clever colourful contraptions made with stock LEGO pieces. When No Starch Press decided to print Tora No Maki, his LEGO Technic Idea book, it was an immediate success, despite the fact that most of the information was...
In the latest issue of HispaBrick Magazine we included a review of the 42030 Remote Controlled Volvo L350F Wheel Loader, a collaboration between LEGO and Volvo. The following video shows some insights into the design process of this great set:
    Set: 10245 Santa’s Workshop Parts: 883 Minifigs: 6 Recommended price: 74,99€ Since five years ago, LEGO has been tempting us with sets popularly known as "the winter ones", and this year wouldn’t be different, these holydays we are tempted with "Santa...
Dorling Kindersley (DK) has launched an updated and expanded edition of the LEGO® Star Wars Visual Dictionary, first published in 2009.       Without opening the book you can see some differences. First of all the cover has changed from a plain white to a brilliant and...

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Welcome all to the website about HispaBrick Magazine®. Here you can find news and information related to this magazine, published in Spanish and in English, about the world of LEGO® bricks.

Forthose who do not know it yet, the magazine can be downloaded as a PDF file from the links provided under downloads. If you prefer, you can also get a printed version through bubok. You will only pay printing and shipping costs as this is a non-profit publication.

HispaBrick Magazine started in 2008 as an initiative of some Spanish AFOLs in order to preserve the best MOCs and articles that were published in their community for ‘posterity’. In addition to the warm welcome from Spanish speaking AFOLs, it soon became clear that there was much interest from people who did not read that language. The second edition of the magazine already contained a number of articles in both Spanish and English and as of issue 003, HispaBrick Magazine has been published in two editions of identical content, one in Spanish and one in English.

As the interest in the magazine has grown, so has the group of people who are directly involved in the project. What started out as a small local effort has transformed into a magazine