Wednesday, 24 February 2016

LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ magazine launch


LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS

Today sees the launch of the brand new LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ magazine, aimed at children  between 6 and 11 years old. Our whole family are big LEGO fans, but particularly my eight year old is LEGO crazy and he has been rather excited about the well publicised launch of the NEXO KNIGHTS range. He loved the first few episodes of the TV series that started at the beginning of the month and has already chosen what set he will buy when he has saved enough pocket money.

LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ magazine, issue one front cover




As you can imagine he was thrilled when the very first issue of the LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ magazine fell through our letterbox a few days ago and he was one of the first to flick through the exciting pages packed full of comics, posters, puzzles NEXO facts and more...


LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ factfile

LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ magazine comic strip

The LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ magazine is on sale every four weeks, and each issues comes with it's own free NEXO KNIGHTS™ toy. At £3.25 it's great value, considering the minifigues alone are usually worth around that.

The first issue comes with a fabulous Lance minifigure complete with helmet, lance and even a table with refreshment fit for a knight!

LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS Lance minifigure
LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS free Lance minifigure


I often find that the plastic toys that come 'free' with children's magazine can be cheap tat that is usually broken and forgotten within a day or two. That is certainly not the case here, this is a genuine LEGO Minifigure that is the same great quality as the brand is known for and has endless play value, especially when added to Ben's already vast LEGO collection.

LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS magazine with free poster and minifigure


I hope you enjoyed this sneak peek of the new LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™ magazine that is out in shops today, Ben gives it a big thumbs up and would highly recommend it to fellow LEGO fans. From a parents point of view I think it is great value and certainly one of the better 'kids magazines' I have read with my children, especially aimed at this older age range. The factfiles and comic strips encourage independent reading, the puzzles present age appropriate challenges and there's posters and some colouring for the artistic side.

We were sent this magazine free of charge for the purpose of this review, all opinions are our own.

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