Back in 2020, LEGO Star Wars launched several sets tying into then-recently released Disney+ “Star Wars” spinoff “The Mandalorian.” Among those sets is The Razor Crest (75292), depicting Mandalorian main character Din Djarin’s space transport. Prior to release however, a German LEGO-compatible toy-line applied to have “Razor Crest” as a trademark in Europe. This was after “The Mandalorian” premiered in Disney+ US but before hitting European streaming. As a result, The Razor Crest became The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport, while keeping the set number. But after nearly two years of quiet legal wrangling, LEGO’s reverting to the set’s original name.
Brick Fanatics tells us that LEGO Star Wars “The Mandalorian” set 75292 is back to being called The Razor Crest. That’s the name now on all versions of the LEGO.com product listing, replacing The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport. Interestingly, all box images of 75292 were excised from the listings’ image galleries. That’s because LEGO did go through the trouble to replace “The Razor Crest” on the box in the US. Back in mid-2021, Lucasfilm reportedly wrested the global trademark rights to Razor Crest from Michael Gaßmann of Modbrix. This was never clarified, but a Microfighter set carrying the Razor Crest name (75321) seemingly confirms it.
If Lucasfilm had indeed settled this matter last year, it would make sense that LEGO could rename the set. At this moment, LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest (75292) is temporarily out of stock in LEGO.com US. Availability’s still good in the European editions though. And there’s the Razor Crest Microfighter (75321) to consider too. This is good news even as Disney+ gears up to premiere “The Mandalorian” season 3 for streaming sometime this year.