LEGO launches a “new” theme of ‘basic’ sets that have their very own page on the website: As explained on that page, LEGO classic is oriented towards developing creativity and each set contains a mix of classic bricks together with some special parts. The...
This is another set of the Classic theme. The box contains 483 pieces and it includes a small guide with instructions to build several different small constructions at the same time. This set is enclosed in a soft plastic box. The lid of the box is built with studs like a LEGO brick, so is perfect...
Set: 10246 Detective’s Office Number of parts: 2262 Minifigs: 6   From the very day I saw the first modular LEGO building I fell in love with the concept. The size and level detail of that building, and all subsequent ones, the stories they tell, the fact that they are all such...
With two Young girls in the house singing “Let it go” at every opportunity, the LEGO rendering of their favourite Disney story simply had to end up in our house. It took a lot of restraint on my part not to build the set myself, but we had a great building session all together and...
This is a new set of the Classic building theme. The box contains 303 bricks and it includes a small guide with instructions to build seven different small constructions at the same time.   The first impression when you open the box and drop all the bricks out  is... Wow,  it is...

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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 with an international readership around which acommunity has grown.


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HBM 021

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