LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils (21320) Set Coming Soon

LEGO gave a bit of a teaser on its social media channels earlier today announcing the imminent arrival of our next LEGO Ideas set. The LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils (21320) set is posed to be revealed any time soon, with an expected arrival this November.

If you recall, this original creation submitted by Jonathan Brunn (aka Mukkin from the LEGO Ideas platform) topped the rest of the five proposed projects during the LEGO Ideas Third 2018 Review Stage. Jonathan’s original design consisted of a collection of brick dino fossils of a triceratops, stegosaurus, dilophosaurus, brachiosaurus, and a plesiosaurus. However, as any LEGO ideas set, the LEGO Ideas design team may eventually introduce some modifications which the teaser may have already suggested. It is also noticeable that the teaser featured the fossil remains of a T-rex which is not included in the original design. The color scheme seems to be prominently white in contrast to Jonathan’s original tan color design.

Whatever is the case, let’s hope that the LEGO Ideas design team has significantly improved on the set’s features or at the very least, will make the set more realistic since this kind of LEGO Ideas set is intended to be more like an excellent display piece similar to the LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle (21313) and the NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) sets.

Information such as the piece count or retail price of the LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils (21320) is still scant, but I’m quite positive that all these details will be revealed anytime soon. We’ll keep you posted once new info is picked up by our radars so stay tuned.


UPDATE: More Info On the LEGO DC Comics Superheroes CMF (71026) Series

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned how the rumor mill was on a roll with regards to the recent hype on the upcoming LEGO DC Comics Superheroes CMF (71026). After having a glimpse of the initial roster of DC superheroes and villains included in this next wave of CMF, we now have more info spreading over the LEGO fan community regarding the additional DC characters that will be included in this series.

Aside from the fact that we now have an official set number tagged to this CMF series, I am certain that this wave is slated to be a part of LEGO’s January 2020 releases, or perhaps even earlier. Furthermore, all signs are pointing out to the very real possibility that this CMF series will have a total of 16 DC characters included in it. As of now, here’s an updated list of the names included in this LEGO DC Comics Superheroes CMF series.

Obviously, we still have four minifigures waiting to be confirmed. The list of other possible characters is indeed a long one given DC’s expansive universe of superheroes and super-powered villains. However, if my hunch serves me right, it seems that LEGO is moving towards giving us a complete set of classic Justice League members in this CMF. Though it will be a bit out of place to see Simon Baz included in this roster only to be joined in by Hal Jordan’s Green Lantern, I’m still looking forward to seeing the classic versions of Superman, Flash and Martian Manhunter to complete the league.

Again, if you’re actively following these developments via social media, then you may have seen already these minifigures that I’ve mentioned. So it’s just a matter of time before all of the characters in this wave of LEGO DC Comics Superheroes CMF (71026) will be revealed.

While waiting for more info on this next series of LEGO Collectible Minifigures, be sure to head over at Brick Show’s Shop to get a first-hand look at this upcoming CMF collection once LEGO gives out an official press release.

I Scream, You Scream, We Want LEGO NeopoliTim

Its typically hot from where I am as I’m putting together my thoughts on this one – and I have to say that looking at this mouth-watering custom LEGO minifig creation from Craig Kyle really hits the sweet spot! Well, I’m talking about his superbly done custom LEGO NeopoliTim minifigure which he designed in partnership with Citizen Brick.

LEGO NeopoliTim

I may not be fortunate enough to receive a custom LEGO Neopolitim due to geographical limitations, but knowing how hundreds of these little ice cream guys ended being sold out in just an hour and a half, speaks volumes about their luscious appeal.

LEGO NeopoliTim

The packaging itself is both charming and clever, with little Tim being placed conveniently inside a premium ice cream cup. If looking at the packaging ramps up your sweet cravings, then wait until you open the lid. As you can see, our little ice cream guy comes in already assembled while held securely inside by an “ice cream printed” cardboard. I swear at first glance that I easily confused it for the real thing.

LEGO NeopoliTim

If seeing its packaging both inside and out is not enough to put your ice cream cravings in overdrive, then perhaps seeing the entirety of this custom LEGO NeopoliTim minifigure will do trick. His upper torso, including the headpiece, comes in with a liberal amount of strawberry, chocolate and vanilla ice cream printing. And mind you, he’s generously printed on all sides. The legs were also cleverly designed which serves as a cone base for the ice cream-laden minifig. The lego print has a waffle-like pattern that compliments the overall lusciousness of our little ice cream guy.

LEGO NeopoliTim

And as a rather humorous tribute to our NeopoliTim, Craig also throws in a nanofigure of the same design that serves as Tim’s serving of the famous 3-in-1 ice cream. He also has a scoop accessory to go along with it. If you want Tim to be displayed alongside your LEGO CMF such as the recently released Series 19, then Craig also included a genuine LEGO minifig stand, custom-printed with NeopoliTim’s name on it.

The attention to detail and clever designing that went to this custom minifigure is surely to impress even the most seasoned LEGO minifigure designer. As of now, Craig’s custom LEGO NeopoliTim is already sold out, but I do hope he has plans of coming up with a new batch very soon. To keep you posted on if and when this ice cream guy will be rolling back again, you may keep tabs on Craig’s Instagram account or through his website at

Now, where did I put that ice cream scoop of ours…?

Give Your Bricks A New Home With LEGO Replay

The LEGO Group launches a new initiative that aims not only to support the company’s sustainability program but more so, to share the joy of playing and learning using LEGO bricks. Dubbed as LEGO Replay, this program intends to collect pre-owned LEGO bricks and sets, and have them donated to schools and children who will benefit from LEGO’s creative system of play. The program is initially available in the US, but I’m hoping that the love for the brick will gradually make its way in schools across other countries.

Here’s a short video on how LEGO Replay works followed by an official press release.

The LEGO Group to pilot new program LEGO® Replay in the United States

Check the attic and basement: Replay will take any previously used LEGO bricks and donate them to children’s non-profits across the country

October 8, 2019: Today, The LEGO Group announced the launch of LEGO® Replay, a pilot program that will accept any and all previously used LEGO bricks and donate them to children’s non-profits in the United States. The effort is a collaboration with Give Back Box, Teach For America, and Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston.

The process is simple: collect any loose LEGO bricks, sets, or elements, place them into a cardboard box, and visit to print out a free UPS shipping label. The package will be sent to the Give Back Box facility, where each brick will be sorted, inspected by hand, and given a rigorous cleaning. This process is possible because LEGO bricks are made from high-quality, durable materials, designed to be used for generations.

“We know people don’t throw away their LEGO bricks,” said Tim Brooks, Vice President, Environmental Responsibility at the LEGO Group. “The vast majority hand them down to their children or grandchildren. But others have asked us for a safe way to dispose of or to donate their bricks. With Replay, they have an easy option that’s both sustainable and socially impactful.”

Brooks and his team spent the past three years working on the project to ensure the process met the highest quality and safety standards and adhered to U.S. regulations. They then connected with Give Back Box, a charity dedicated to “recycling” 11 million tons of unused clothing, footwear, and other textiles that end up in U.S. landfills each year.

“I am excited to join the LEGO Group in this pilot program,” said Monika Wiela, founder of Give Back Box. “Growing up in Poland, I didn’t have many toys as a child, so this collaboration is rather personal for me. What’s better than giving a child the gift of play? For us, the number of donations we receive is critical to a successful campaign, so we’ve made it as easy as possible for folks at home to send in their idle bricks.”

Teach For America will receive the majority of the elements and will provide them to thousands of classrooms across the country.

“Learning through play can have a tremendous impact on a child’s cognitive development. Through play, children develop fine motor skills, think creatively, and can learn how to problem solve through teamwork,” said Susan Asiyanbi, Teach For America’s chief operating and program officer. “But not everyone has access to such resources. LEGO Replay, and the instructional resources they provide educators, will help give more students access to this opportunity.”

Bricks will also be sent to Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston for their after-school programs. Both non-profits can expect to receive the first shipments in November 2019. Once the pilot is complete in spring 2020, the LEGO Group will evaluate a possible expansion of the program.

LEGO Replay is one of the many sustainable and philanthropic efforts the LEGO Group has announced in the past year. Recent efforts include Plants from PlantsLEGO Braille Bricks and LEGO Audio & Braille Instructions.

More Info On The LEGO Marvel Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue (76144)

If you recall back in June, it was announced that another LEGO Marvel Superheroes set inspired by the MCU’s Avengers: Endgame will be available for fans just in time for the holidays. The set was eventually put on display during this year’s San Diego Comic Con in July, where SDCC annual pilgrims get to see in advance what LEGO has in the works for its upcoming sets. The press release also saw a handful of official images of the LEGO Marvel Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue (76144) set at that time, but it was obvious for any dotting LEGO Marvel fan that the announcement seems to be lacking. LEGO has not yet revealed the set’s official box art and product description that will further give details on what to expect from this new LEGO Marvel set.

Thanks to French online store Rakuten, we now have our first look at the Hulk Helicopter Rescue (76144) which features among other things, the quantum realm, bigfig version of Professor Hulk.

As you may have noticed by now, LEGO has a penchant for spreading out key minifigure characters across many sets in a particular theme. The clear take away from this set is this newer bigfig version of the Hulk wielding Tony Stark’s version of the Infinity Gauntlet, alongside a minifig counterpart of Pepper Potts’ Rescue Armor. Another interesting feature of the Hulk Helicopter Rescue (76144) is the fact that the 4 Infinity Stones that comes with it compliments with what Thanos has in another LEGO set which is the Avengers Compound Battle (76131).

Like other LEGO Avengers: Endgame sets, the Hulk Helicopter Rescue (76144) does not really have a reputation for being movie accurate. I’ve watched Endgame countless times already and that Avengers helicopter is nowhere to be seen in the film. Much so having Professor Hulk mounted on the helicopter and being dropped in battle as the following product description suggests. Please pardon the rather loose Google translation for this one.

The LEGO Marvel Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue (76144) comes in at 482 pieces and will retail for $60 USD starting November 25. Special thanks to Brick Heroes for the heads up.

LEGO Marvel Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue (76144)

Team up with the Avengers for an epic aerial battle against the Chitauri! Jump aboard the helicopter with the Rescue Armor and fire at the mighty Leviathan with triple tenon guns. Dodge glider missiles from Chitauri. Surprise the enemy by dropping the mighty Hulk into battle. Then attack using the Rescue Armor’s power explosions and Black Widow’s batons. Who will win in this LEGO Marvel Avengers final phase? It’s up to you to decide!

• Children play Rescue, Black Widow and Hulk on a buildable helicopter that fires missiles, and relive the epic Marvel Avengers: Endgame combat scenes, battling two Chitauri enemies and one articulated Leviathan!

• Includes 4 minifigures, a bigfig Hulk character, a helicopter with triple tenon guns and a Hulk drop function, as well as the Leviathan creature and the Chitauri glider, to stage aerial battles epic.

• Rescue, aka Pepper Potts, has explosions of power for a game full of action, and Hulk can be equipped with his Infinity Gauntlet with 4 Infinity Collectible Stones- the other gems of the Infinity are included in the Avengers HQ Attack Set (76131).

• With its amazing action figures and fun building templates, this popular 482-piece toy is great for playing alone or with others and is a great gift for kids ages 8 and up.

• The helicopter to be built is more than 11 cm high, 25 cm long and 19 cm wide. All models and characters can be easily combined with other LEGO Marvel sets for even more action and play in the superhero universe.

• No batteries needed: this Marvel Avengers set consists of LEGO bricks and powered solely by the creativity and imagination of children; their stories of superheroes are never short of energy!

• Is this construction toy suitable for a child new to LEGO construction? • No worries. The set includes easy-to-follow instructions so that the child can start building models as soon as the box is opened.

• LEGO Marvel Avengers playsets offer children (and all superhero fans) a thrilling world of construction and play, to relive movie scenes, create their own stories, or exhibit collection models.

• LEGO building sets meet the highest industry standards and meet stringent internal quality standards, which ensure that all bricks are compatible with each other and can be easily assembled and separated: no super-power is required!

• The bricks and LEGO elements of this model have been dropped, bitten and tested in every way imaginable, to ensure total safety for young superheroes.

WATCH: What Can You Do With the LEGO Technic Liebherr R 9800 Excavator (42100)?

This month marks the official release of the largest LEGO Technic around which is the LEGO Technic Liebherr R 9800 Excavator (42100). For those who are excited to have their try on this mammoth-sized LEGO set, this premium LEGO set definitely comes with all the leveled-up perks of a typical LEGO Technic set, and with a rather hefty price tag. Retailing for $449.99 USD, it’s one serious investment that any fan of the LEGO theme should seriously consider.

So it begs the question: what can you actually do with an extremely sophisticated LEGO set such as the Liebherr R 9800 Excavator (42100)? Well, if you want some straightforward but silly answer to this question then I guess watching the recent YouTube video from Sariel’s LEGO Workshop will give you a list of things to do (or not do) with this set. Its a humorous take on the many things that this set can do. However, if you are wondering how LEGO can live up with its LEGO Technic tagline of “building for real”, then I have to say that this recent promotional video from the brick company is really pushing the envelope on what LEGO Technic sets can do.

To answer the question of what a LEGO Technic set such as the Liebherr can do in real-world tasks, a group of engineers, together with Sariel’s LEGO Workshop, came up with perhaps the most ingenious way of making use of this set. Watch this.

Amazing isn’t it? Using the parts from the LEGO Technic Liebherr R 9800 Excavator (42100) set, they managed to come up with mechanical arms and legs that actually controls and operates this 800+ ton of engineering wonder. The best part of it? They actually used the LEGO Technic Control+ app to remotely control the set’s Bluetooth-controlled smart hubs which in turn operated the arms and legs that maneuvered the biggest excavator in the world. That’s one heck of a real-world application using LEGO bricks.

Liebherr R 9800 Excavator

Here are some awe-inspiring details about the real-life Liebherr R 9800 Excavator to give you perspective on how complex this LEGO Technic project is.

  • 810 tonnes, approx. 3 times more than a large passenger aircraft
  • 4,000 HP (2x V16 diesel engine – 60L each – 2,000 HP each)
  • Bucket size is 42m3 = 80 tonnes of material in one bucket or 300 bathtubs
  • Max travel speed = 2,6 km/h
  • 10 meters high – 25 meters long – 9 meters wide
  • Designed to work from -50° to +50°
  • 1 trackpad weighs more than a small passenger car
  • 12 weeks are required to assemble a R 9800
  • 28 trucks are required for the shipment of one R 9800
  • The R 9800 is manufactured in the Liebherr mining equipment production site in Colmar, France

Just thinking how a LEGO set was able to interact with its larger counterpart and makes the latter operable simply blows my mind. If you’re still looking forward to having the LEGO Technic Liebherr R 9800 Excavator (42100) set, added to your collection, then you may need to be more patient since this set is currently listed for backorders at LEGO Shop@Home. Nevertheless, be sure to check with LEGO’s online shopping portal for updates on its availability.

Create Your Own LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker Timeline With These Building Instructions

Triple Force Friday now comes to a close, and if you were one of those who took part in this Saturday’s LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker Timeline Make and Take building event, then its a nice piece of memorabilia to have around to cap off your LEGO Force Friday experience.

However, even if you were not around to participate in this event, then you’ll be glad to know that Brickset managed to share the building instructions to recreate this Make and Take freebie. Check out the following images below.

LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker Timeline LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker Timeline LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker Timeline

Coming in at 87 pieces, there seems to be no exclusive LEGO piece needed to build this set. It’s kind of a basic build actually, and I understand why not all LEGO Star Wars fans are into this kind of thing. But the thought behind this particular build is what makes it more interesting. It’s nice of the designer behind this make-and-take build to feature in using as few as 80+ LEGO pieces the entire Luke Skywalker Timeline as we see him in the events of Episode IV to VIII. Though made up of basic bricks, each rendition of the iconic Star Wars Jedi is easily recognizable. I like how old man Luke was nicely rendered with all the gray beard, hair and sand yellow bricks to represent his current garb as seen in The Last Jedi. Here’s a closer look at the parts list if you wish to see the parts that were used to build this LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker Timeline.

If you want to recreate this unique, Triple Force Friday make-and-take build, then I suggest that you go through your collection of LEGO bricks and see if you have the necessary pieces to do so. Thanks again to Brickset for sharing these instructions.

LEGO Disney Frozen 2 Olaf’s Traveling Sleigh (40361) Gift-With-Purchase Set Revealed

As you may have known already, the LEGO Disney Frozen 2 sets are currently available at LEGO Shop@Home alongside the release of the new LEGO Star Wars merchandise for Triple Force Friday.  If you’re a LEGO Disney fan, then you’ll be glad to know that LEGO has thrown in a new gift-with-purchase (GWP) set for qualifying purchases of these new LEGO Disney sets. LEGO’s online store has added to its image cache the LEGO Disney Frozen 2 Olaf’s Traveling Sleigh (40361) which you can find below.

Olaf's Traveling Sleigh (40361)

For those familiar with this LEGO Disney subtheme, the first thing that is noticeable about this GWP set is the inclusion of the newer minidoll version of Olaf that only comes in two particular LEGO Disney Frozen 2 sets: Enchanted Tree House (41164) and Anna’s Canoe Expedition (41165). So if you’re a fan of the comical snowman, then having this freebie added to your cart is a great incentive to get this new LEGO Disney sets.

Olaf's Traveling Sleigh (40361) Olaf's Traveling Sleigh (40361) Olaf's Traveling Sleigh (40361)

Olaf’s Traveling Sleigh (40361) comes in at 97 pieces and also includes a mini sleigh, a small buildable Christmas tree and gift, lamp, and a storage box to place Olaf’s skiing accessories.  I don’t see it yet on my shopping cart via LEGO Shop@Home, but since the set’s images have already been added to the online store’s database, then I guess it will just be a matter of time before you see this freebie listed. For now, you may want to delay your purchases a bit if you wish to get this free gift. Word on brick street has it that this free gift will be available from October 7 to 31 or until supplies last so I’ll keep a close eye on this one.

UPDATE: This promo is now currently live at LEGO Shop@Home, confirming our earlier announcement of its availability. You’ll get the Olaf’s Traveling Sleigh (40361) set for qualifying LEGO Disney Frozen purchases worth $50 and above starting today, October 7, until October 20 or when supplies last.

LEGO Disney Frozen 2 Sets Now Available

Alongside the release of the latest LEGO Star Wars sets in line with Triple Force Friday, LEGO and Disney also introduce the latest wave of LEGO Disney Frozen 2 sets that celebrates the return of Elsa and Anna in the big screen.  This particular LEGO Disney subtheme features a collection of regular and 4+ sets that features new and memorable Disney characters based on the upcoming animated sequel. So if you don’t mind some minor spoilers about Disney’s Frozen 2 slated to be released in theaters next month, then read on.

Check out the following images of the LEGO Disney Frozen 2 sets together with their respective official product descriptions. Just click on the following links below if you need to know more.


Enchanted Tree House (41164)

LEGO Disney Frozen 2

There are so many forest adventures for Disney Frozen fans to build and play out in the LEGO® l Disney Frozen II 41164 Enchanted Treehouse set. This buildable magic treehouse playset features a bedroom area in the base of the tree and a dining area on the floor above. There’s a ladder up to the lookout and an awesome zip line to whizz down to the enchanted forest floor, where kids will love to look after the 2 bunnies in their little house. A camping area and a fishing area with flying fish function are perfect for creating fun adventures with Anna, Olaf and Mattias from Frozen II. Explore the forest and discover the mythical stones on an epic and magical journey. Includes 3 favorite Disney characters from Frozen II and 3 LEGO animal figures.


Anna’s Canoe Expedition (41165)

LEGO Disney Frozen 2

Let your child relive favorite scenes from Disney’s Frozen II movie with LEGO® | Disney 41165 Anna’s Canoe Expedition. This LEGO 4+ canoe playset is specially designed to be fun and easy, with a LEGO animal figure for role-play fun and a special Starter Brick base that lets even first-time builders experience the pride of constructing buildings, vehicles and more, all on their own. The included simple guide to build and play will also help your young Disney Frozen fan understand the purpose of the building steps and grow their imagination and confidence for the perfect start to LEGO brick building in a familiar Disney setting. Give any LEGO builder an amazing building experience with Instructions PLUS, available in the LEGO Life app for smartphones and tablets. The easy-to-use, intuitive building instructions let them zoom, rotate and visualize their creation using the special ghost mode as they go. Instructions PLUS is also great for younger builders, guiding them through the building process for a greater sense of independence and achievement. This Disney toy construction set for boys and girls and Frozen fans includes 2 Disney characters plus a LEGO bunny figure.


Elsa and the Reindeer Carriage (41166)

LEGO Disney Frozen 2

Let your child recreate magical moments from Disney’s Frozen II movie with LEGO® | Disney 41166 Elsa’s Wagon Adventure. This LEGO 4+ wagon toy building set is specially designed to be fun and easy for youngsters, with Disney characters and a LEGO baby reindeer figure for role-play fun and a special Starter Brick base that lets even first-time builders experience the pride of constructing buildings, vehicles and more, all on their own. The included simple guide to build and play will also help your Disney Frozen fan understand the purpose of the building steps and grow their imagination and confidence for the perfect start to LEGO brick building in a familiar Disney setting. Give any LEGO builder an amazing building experience with Instructions PLUS, available in the LEGO Life app for smartphones and tablets. The easy-to-use, intuitive building instructions let them zoom, rotate and visualize their creation using the special ghost mode as they go. Instructions PLUS is also great for younger builders, guiding them through the building process for a greater sense of independence and achievement. This Disney toy building kit for girls and boys and all fans of the Frozen II movie includes a mini-doll figure, plus 2 LEGO reindeer figures.


Arendelle Castle (41167)

The LEGO® l Disney Frozen II 41167 Arendelle Castle Village playset will give any fan of the movie endless hours of magical creative play. Perfect for reenacting favorite scenes, Anna and Elsa’s home has 3 stories that can be easily removed and reassembled for play access inside. The furniture pieces are also designed to be easily moved and rearranged between the throne room, bedroom and attic floors. Outside, the market stalls are full of their finest produce, and there’s a rowing boat at the jetty, just waiting to be taken on an adventure! This Arendelle playset includes 3 favorite Disney characters and 3 LEGO animal figures.


Elsa’s Jewellery Box (41168)

The LEGO® l Disney Frozen II 41168 Elsa’s Jewelry Box Creation makes a perfect gift for fans of the Disney Frozen movies. This decorative jewelry box for kids is inspired by Elsa’s ice castle with snowflake decoration, and features a turntable function to make Elsa and the Nokk, a mythical water spirit, spin around and around. The drawer itself has a lock function to keep jewelry or favorite bits and pieces safe inside, and there’s a mirror to see how the jewelry looks on. The Frozen jewelry box comes with 2 LEGO rings and includes 2 characters from the movie: Elsa and the Nokk.


Olaf (41169)

This LEGO® brick-built Olaf toy is loads of fun to build and play with. His arms and neck are articulated so you can position and move him however you like, and he comes with Frozen accessories to add to the fun. Disney Frozen II fans can channel the joy of this lovable snowman as they put on his blue bow tie or help him hold his pencil to write in his journal as he discovers the various wonders of life. When displayed at home or at work, this buildable Olaf Frozen character figure adds a ray of sunshine on even the coldest day, and is a great Frozen gift idea for Disney fans.

Triple Force Friday Is Now Live at LEGO Shop@Home

It’s finally on! For legions of LEGO Star Wars fans, the wait seems to be forever but LEGO has finally opened its doors (both in-store and online) to kick-off Triple Force Friday. Featuring the latest LEGO Star Wars sets, plus great discounts on previously released sets, every LEGO Star Wars fans will surely find something that will fancy their interest. You’ll also get Double VIP points for ALL LEGO Star Wars purchases that you will make from October 4 to 6 and a free commemorative LEGO Star Wars Battle of Endor (40362) set will be added to your cart for every qualifying single-receipt LEGO Star Wars purchases worth $75 and more.

Check out these latest LEGO Star Wars sets now available at LEGO Shop@Home while they’re still up for Triple Force Friday. Just click on the following links below. Happy shopping!

New LEGO Star Wars Sets Now Available

75232 LEGO BrickHeadz Kylo Ren & Sith Trooper 

75245 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar

75246 Death Star Cannon

75248 Resistance A-wing Starfighter

75249 Resistance Y-wing Starfighter

Triple Force Friday

75250 Pasaana Speeder Chase

75254 AT-ST Raider

75255 Yoda

75256 Kylo Ren’s Shuttle

Triple Force Friday

75257 Millennium Falcon


LEGO Star Wars Sets With Great Discounts

75212 Kessel Run Millennium Falcon ($169.99 || $135.99)

75239 Action Battle Hoth Generator Attack ($29.99 || $23.99)

75258 Anakin’s Podracer – 20th Anniversary Edition ($29.99 || $23.99)

75261 Clone Scout Walker – 20th Anniversary Edition ($29.99 || $23.99)

75229 Death Star Escape ($29.99 || $23.99)

75199 General Grievous’ Combat Speeder ($29.99 || $23.99)

75235 X-Wing Starfighter Trench Run ($29.99 || $23.99)

75208 Yoda’s Hut ($29.99 || $23.99)

75214 Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter ($19.99 || $15.99)

75228 Escape Pod vs. Dewback Microfighters ($19.99 || $15.99)

75262 Imperial Dropship – 20th Anniversary Edition ($19.99 || $15.99)

75237 TIE Fighter Attack ($19.99 || $15.99)

75226 Inferno Squad Battle Pack ($14.99 || $11.99)

75223 Naboo Starfighter Microfighter ($9.99 || $7.99)

75224 Sith Infiltrator Microfighter ($9.99 || $7.99)