Since the latest LEGO Star Wars collectible minifigure is now reportedly out in some parts of the world and over at Toys R Us stores, it is somewhat common that we now see this minifigure iteration of Benicio del Toro’s code breaker character in Star Wars: The Last Jedi strewn all over the Internet. The LEGO Star Wars DJ (40298) minifigure polybag is the next Star Wars collectible minifig in a similar vein such as that of the R3-M2 (40268) and Scarif Stormtrooper (40176) polybags which all comes with a connectible stands and background cards, each representing the most recent Star Wars films that were released. Frankly speaking, I am not very much impressed with DJ’s LEGO minifigure rendition, nor his character in the big screen. Nevertheless, the most dedicated LEGO Star Wars fan will probably appreciate taking a look at this latest LEGO SW collectible. Check out the official image below.
Ok, let’s turn off the leaky faucet on the major LEGO set reveals (Infinity War, Star Wars Solo, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, CMF 18) for a while, and see what other goodies are waiting for us out there in the next few weeks. Last week, we featured The Mini Ultimate Batmobile (30526) as the latest LEGO Batman Movie polybag expected to be around this month. This time, it looks like LEGO still has another TLBM polybag under its sleeve, which can easily pass for another promotional. I’ve already seen its polybag packaging over on Instagram, but I thought it would be nice if we can all take a look at a clearer image.
It looks like somebody has left the LEGO leaking faucet on. Hot on the heels of our recent report on the 2018 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Avengers: Infinity War set names, minifigures and descriptions, we now have the following set names and descriptions for the 2018 LEGO Star Wars Solo sets due to be out this April. Now for those of you who were skeptical about our reports, we just want to reiterate that we are sharing with you is not based on second hand info, but on what we actually saw. Take it or leave it, it is up to you to use your better judgement. With that, let’s try to see what we can expect from these sets.
If The LEGO Ninjago Movie from the year before hasn’t quite sated your appetite for more adventures of Lloyd Garmadon and friends, then you might want to consider planning a trip to LEGOLAND California. If 4D films are something you dig, then they’ve got a new LEGO Ninjago one coming.