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    Latest LEGO Magazine hits mailboxes
    Hot Bionicle NewsSunday, July 14th, 2002 at 1:59pm by Kelly, BZPower Co-Owner

    LEGO Club members can expect to find their Club magazine in mailboxes any time. This edition, which features Galidor on the cover, has a few new Bionicle-related tidbits, and of course the next Bionicle comic.

    The magazine features a two-page spread on X-Games champion skateboarder Andy Macdonald, who recently renewed his agreement with LEGO to promote Bionicle. The article is mainly skateboard-related, and shows how to do an Ollie, among other things. There are also several pictures from the "Ultimate BIONICLE Power Bash" in March 2002, the grand prize in a prior Bionicle contest.

    Toa Nuva Hero Package

    News sure to interest Bionicle fans, though, is on the back cover. Like the European edition, Club members have first shot at ordering Onua Nuva and Lewa Nuva in the Toa Nuva Hero Kit which retails for $15.98, as first reported on Kanohi-Power.

    We also learn more about the Power Lies Beneath tour, just getting under way this summer. Six vans (as pictured on KP earlier) will make stops across the US and Canada. Places where the tour is confirmed include: San Diego, CA; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA; Vancouver, Canada; St. Louis, MO; Philadelphia, PA; Chicago, IL; Cleveland, OH; Toronto, Canada; Providence, RI; Charlotte, NC; and Tampa, FL. Other cities may be included.

    A review of the included comic, "What Lurks Below," will come at a later time.

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