LEGO Jurassic World comic out today

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Another kids' comic joins the growing ranks of LEGO-related titles on the shelves today.

It comes with a cute baby raptor which makes it an attractive purchase, especially if, like me, you don't have the dark orange one.


Like other LEGO kids comics, issue one of Jurassic World contains nothing of interest for adults, but there are plenty of comic strips and activities to keep young readers occupied for a while.

The foil packed set mounted on the cover is the main reason to buy it, particularly as the dark orange baby raptor appears only in large, expensive sets 75929 Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape, 75930 Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate and Juniors 10758 T. Rex Breakout.

Add a couple of eggs, a new leaf and new plant stalks and you have a pretty good little set. Whether it's worth the £4.50 cover price, I'll let be you judge.

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View image at flickr

The next issue, out in August, will come with an Owen minifig and lookout station.

 

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23 comments on this article

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By in United States,

I'd pay 5.00 for just the baby dino! Hope this will be available in the US...

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By in United States,

Magazine!! ;-)

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By in Denmark,

Epic! Really?

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By in United Kingdom,

How many MORE magazines do I need to buy for the unique little sets. I will be getting this.

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By in United Kingdom,

Is this at all UK supermarket chains or is it a sainsbury’s or tesco exclusive

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By in United Kingdom,

All AFAIK. I bought mine in Tesco but I've seen pics of it in Sainsbury's.

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By in United Kingdom,

I would have loved all of these magazines back when i was a kid. Yes, there was the Lego Adventurers magazine back in the early 2000s, but the free gifts were always rubbish: a door sign, a mouse mat, rulers ect. Real Lego was a rarity. I did get the director from Studios in a December issue. The Nesquik rabbit was also available i think.

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By in Netherlands,

I like it.... for the money not just a pretty little build and dino but also a 1 minute read..

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By in United Kingdom,

Already seen this in Asda this morning, its a cute set and the mag looks interesting too..

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By in Denmark,

Worth it!

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By in United States,

Can I get this in the U.S.?

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By in United Kingdom,

Perfect for one of those neglected corners at the back of Modular Buildings.

(I got mine at my local corner Co-op)

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By in Puerto Rico,

The nest has a very interesting build

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By in United Kingdom,

Thank to this review i brought one for myself from my local TESCO superstore but i’ve seen them in TESCO express stores aswell :)

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By in United Kingdom,

Best thing about this for me would be all the reddish brown clips to replace the ones that mysteriously keep snapping on the sand crawler!

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By in Norway,

Hope we get this translated as well, they did two issues of Batman, so can hope,

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By in United States,

I've seen Friends and Ninjago ones here in the US at Food City and Food Lion--at $10, no thanks, unless you're a collector and really need the set and don't want to pay high reseller prices.

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By in Russian Federation,

Looks very cute, but I'm not usually buy these magazines. Come to think of it, I bought none.

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By in Belgium,

My son likes these magazines and this is definilty a fun one - might have to see if I know anyone in the UK ;)

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By in Australia,

The Ninjago ones have always come out in Australia months after they do everywhere else, but I definitely want the little baby dinosaur figure.

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By in United Kingdom,

Might have bought one...or five...

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By in United Kingdom,

Going to pick up a copy tomorrow.

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By in United Kingdom,

I picked mine up today at WH Smiths, cover price is £4.50 although the self checkout only charged me £3.85 so I didn't complain.
It's a nice set for that price, even if you want it for spares.

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