I guess Christmas starts early this year (OK, maybe not). Thanks to FBTB’s Ace Kim, we are now aware that some of the LEGO Star Wars sets that are slated for September release are already available for pre-order on Amazon.
Of course LEGO listens – especially when there’s money to be made. We are talking about surprise announcement over social media made earlier this month, the LEGO 75280 Star Wars 501st Legion Clone Troopers.
Not going to lie. I am not so much of a fan of the Rebel Alliance, but man, a LEGO UCS Star Wars based on the original trilogy? Yes, sir, I will take it… IF not for the price. More on that in a bit.
Back in February’s New York Toy Fair, LEGO showed off a brick-build D-O droid as seen in Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker. During the toy, the LEGO 75678 Star Wars D-O set was showed off in all its glory, along with some details.
You probably heard that they are coming. Well, they are official now. We are talking about the official LEGO buildable Star Wars model helmets, featuring the iconic Stormtrooper, Boba Fett and TIE Fighter Pilot.
Now that Disney has called it a wrap for the original Star Wars saga that we thought never would end, it is time for, you guessed it, a video game. Not just any game, though. It’s a LEGO Star Wars video game.
We can’t believe that LEGO and Star Wars is already 20 years old. We also can’t believe what LEGO would do to celebrate this platinum anniversary. I am sure LEGO has done quite a number of things to mark this significant year, but nothing quite like putting a life-size Star Wars X-Wing on top of […]
Fans of LEGO Star Wars may want to hit up LEGOLAND before 2019 comes to an end because, we heard that LEGOLAND has put out words that starting from 2020, Star Wars Miniland will disappear from all the parks.
The LEGO Star Wars 75212 Kessel Run Millennium Falcon was released last April ahead of Solo: A Star Wars Story, priced at $169.99. If you have been put off by the price (I know I was), I think it may be a good time to buy because, LEGO has just slashed the price by 20%.
LEGO just offered me a glimmer of hope. The Danish toy maker has announced a re-release of the 10030 Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer which yours truly once own (but had to let go because unforeseen circumstances). So, why “a glimmer of hope” for me? Well, it gives me hope that […]