LEGO Star Wars May the 4th Sets Now Available for Pre-Order

The LEGO Star Wars May the 4th event is just around the corner and this year’s event promises to be better than ever. According to the campaign page on LEGO Shop@Home, the largest Star Wars fandom event of the year will start on May 1, 2023, and will run until May 7, 2023. While many of the deals that will be offered by individual retailers are yet to be revealed, LEGO has released details of the upcoming LEGO Star Wars May the 4th sets that are now available for pre-order.

Let’s take a look at these latest sets by clicking on the following affiliate links below.

Pirate Snub Fighter (75346)

LEGO Star Wars May the 4th Sets

The Mandalorian fans will surely love to have this buildable starfighter model of the Pirate Snub Fighter. It comes with an opening minifigure cockpit, 2 stud shooters, and a compartment containing a thermal detonator element. The set also includes two new LEGO minifigures – a Snub Fighter Pilot with a blaster pistol and Vane with a sword, adding to the excitement of the action-play possibilities.

The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter (75363)

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Youngsters can get into the LEGO Star Wars experience with this set inspired by The Mandalorian series. This microscale, LEGO brick model of the N-1 Starfighter features an open cockpit, 2 stud shooters, and minifigure versions of Grogu and Din Djarin. The Mandalorian comes with a blaster pistol and jetpack accessory element to inspire active play. This latest offering combines well with other LEGO Star Wars Microfighter sets for more play possibilities.

Spider Tank (75361)

LEGO Star Wars May the 4th Sets

Recreate thrilling battle scenes from Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 3. This set includes flexible legs, grabbing claws, an opening cockpit, and an elevating hatch with 2 stud shooters. It also comes with the three most popular characters of the series: Din Djarin with a darksaber, blaster pistol, and jetpack, Bo-Katan Kryze with 2 blasters and a jetpack, and Grogu.

Emperor’s Throne Room Diorama (75352)


This build-and-display model is packed with authentic details, including a Death Star window element designed especially for this set and Emperor Palpatine’s rotating throne. Recreate the epic confrontation between Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker, each with lightsabers, and Emperor Palpatine with two Sith lightning bolt elements. The brick-built diorama is completed with a plaque featuring a famous line from Luke (“I am a Jedi, like my father before me.”) and a plaque with the Star Wars: Return of the Jedi 40th anniversary logo.

Endor Speeder Chase Diorama (75353)

LEGO Star Wars May the 4th Sets

This next LEGO diorama display set features LEGO minifigure versions of Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, and a Scout Trooper. It also includes 2 speeder bikes with transparent elements so you can pose them at angles as if flying through the forests of Endor. And to make this display sets even more nostalgic, it also includes 2 buildable trees and new-for-May-2023 fern elements. Similarly, it also includes an exclusive anniversary logo element with another quote from Luke Skywalker: “Quick! Jam their comlinks. Center switch!”

All of these LEGO Star Wars May the 4th Sets are available for pre-order, with release dates sometime between May and August. Which of these is your favorite, and what are you most excited about? Let’s talk about this in the comments section below.

What LEGO MOC Will You Build This Week? Try These Custom LEGO Star Wars Minifigures!

LEGO Star Wars is still going strong in 2023. In fact, 3 out of 10 LEGO sets that were ranked by LEGO fans over at Brickset as their top 10 faves for this year come from the galaxy far away. And for this week’s LEGO MOC build, we’ll focus on these custom LEGO Star Wars minifigures by LEGO fan Nick Chen.

I agree that LEGO has come up with many impressive LEGO Star Wars sets. Due to their design playability or the sheer number of pieces that comprise them, such sets are things of beauty to hold and play with. Now, if you’re like me, you’ll probably want a little bit of this or of that, especially regarding a set with a galaxy filled with so many characters and elements. Probably that’s the reason why I am fond of small collectibles from this part of the LEGO Star Wars galaxy, and I have particularly in mind the LEGO Star Wars Microfighters. With more than 35 sets under this subtheme since 2014, it’s an excellent alternative for their more extensive (and more expensive) siblings of starfighters and vehicles.

One particular LEGO fan probably has the same inclination as much as I do about keeping things small and yet, fun and playable. Nick Chen has a knack for creating tiny LEGO Star Wars ships that are smaller than their Microfighter counterparts – in fact, even smaller than the ones LEGO had before with their LEGO Star Wars Planets back in 2012. Nick came up with a fun idea of having his LEGO Star Wars minifigs donned with their particular ship as costumes and was kind enough to share his work for the LEGO community to enjoy. The photos below came from Nick’s Flickr page. Check some of his customized LEGO Star Wars minifigs below.

Luke Landspeeder costume

Rey Speeder

Millennium Falcon

AT-AT minifig costume

These small minifig creations are cute and fun enough to make up your dioramas. You may also create unique scenes, pairing them with any LEGO Star Wars sets that you have.

What do you think? What is your favorite among Nick’s LEGO Star Wars minifig costumes? What micro fighter would you like to pair it up with? Share with us what you think in the comments section below.

First Wave of LEGO Star Wars 2023 Sets Revealed!

LEGO has officially unveiled its first offering of LEGO Star Wars 2023 sets scheduled to be released next month. Calling back to its original trilogy roots, it’s great to see a LEGO rendition of a starship that is a long time coming. And after exactly 20 years since the first LEGO Star Wars TIE Bomber was introduced, a new and larger re-issue of this set is arriving in January.

There are four LEGO Star Wars 2023 sets initially introduced, one of which is a new version of the infamous starfighter of the Galactic Empire and one that fans of the Clone Wars will be glad to have. Another long overdue set, the LEGO Star Wars 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack will definitely be a hit to fans of the series. Plus the Microfighter subtheme is getting another bump with the exciting addition of Boba Fett’s Slave 1. This is the very first time that we’re seeing the iconic starfighter rendered in brick chibi form.

Check out more details about these sets right here:

Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter (75344)

85 pieces | Includes a minifigure of Boba Fett | $9.99

Give kids a cool introduction to LEGO Star Wars building toys with Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter (75344) for ages 6 and up. This microscale LEGO brick version of the iconic starship, as seen in the classic Star Wars saga, Star Wars: The Mandalorian and Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett, features 2 flick shooters for attacking enemy starfighters and adjustable wings for flight and landing. The included LEGO minifigure of Boba Fett, which comes with a blaster and a jetpack accessory element, fits inside the opening cockpit.

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501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack (75345)

119 pieces | Includes 1 501st Clone, and 3 501st Heavy Trooper minifigures | $19.99 

Youngsters can lead their own 501st Clone Troopers unit with this LEGO Star Wars Battle Pack (75345) for ages 6 and up. It features 4 new-for-January-2023 LEGO minifigures – a 501st Officer, 501st Clone Specialist and 2 501st Heavy Troopers – each with a weapon for action play. The set also includes a buildable AV-7 anti-vehicle cannon with a spring-loaded shooter and a seat for a LEGO minifigure. This popular building toy makes a cool gift for kids, letting them recreate Star Wars: The Clone Wars action and adding extra fun play possibilities to their other LEGO Star Wars sets.

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TIE Bomber (75347)

625 pieces | Includes Vice Admiral Slone, Darth Vader, TIE Bomber Pilot, and Gonk Droid minifigures | $64.99 

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back fans can play out Imperial missions to defeat the Rebel Alliance with this LEGO brick-built TIE Bomber (75347) starfighter toy. It features an opening minifigure cockpit, a torpedo-dropping function and 2 stud shooters. A top gift idea for Star Wars fans aged 9 and up, this action-packed, buildable toy playset also includes Darth Vader, Vice Admiral Sloane and TIE Bomber Pilot LEGO minifigures with weapons, plus a Gonk Droid LEGO figure and a cart to transport torpedoes to the TIE Bomber.

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In case you missed it, I came up with a list of all the LEGO 2023 sets that we can expect when the clock strikes 12 on January 1. Included in this list is an upcoming BrickHeadz rendition of a Tusken Raider retailing for $16. You may want to check it out as well.

LEGO Star Wars Razor Crest Microfighter (75321) for 2022

Name one iconic element of the space opera franchise “Star Wars” and “spaceships” would be among the replies. The word “starship” may be associated more with “Star Trek,” but “Star Wars” has its space Cruisers and Star Destroyers. These various space-going vessels have been ably adapted by LEGO into numerous sets for years past. In addition to “accurate” builds like the UCS, LEGO Star Wars also caters to younger builders. LEGO Microfighters, for example, turns “Star Wars” ships into cute speeder-sized craft for minifigures to ride on. And the newest set of this line, based on “The Mandalorian,” is revealed.

If you watch that “Star Wars” series on Disney+ then you’ve seen the ship the titular Mandalorian rides in. Din Djarin’s Razor Crest served him as a mobile base while he pursued bounties across the Outer Rim. While it was ultimately destroyed, the Razor Crest already established its own fandom. Older LEGO builders already have their big set (75292). Now, the ship gets a Microfighter version, as officially listed on according to Brick Fanatics.

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The Razor Crest Microfighter (75321)

98 pieces | 1 minifigure | $9.99 | coming January 1, 2022

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Introduce young kids to LEGO® Star Wars™ building toys with The Razor Crest Microfighter (75321). This microscale, LEGO brick version of the iconic Star Wars: The Mandalorian gunship features 2 new-for-January-2022 stud shooters and is quick to build so the action starts fast. The set also includes The Mandalorian LEGO minifigure in a Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 outfit with a buildable jetpack and a blaster pistol to inspire creative play.

That’s yet another LEGO set to usher in the New Year, one affordable for young collectors too. Who can say now to new stud-shooter designs too?

More 2019 LEGO Star Wars Sets To Launch This December

Yesterday we had our first look at the initial wave of 2019 LEGO Star Wars sets to be made available next month. And this time around, it looks another batch of new LEGO Star Wars sets will be added to the roster in the form of another Battle Pack, Microfighters, and a couple of 4+ sets completing the initial wave of LEGO Star Wars sets to be offered in the first quarter of 2019. Some fans are divided with regards to LEGO’s choice of sets to herald the new year, except for the minifigure Battle Packs, and the nice rendition of the Dewback in Microfighter form. Let’s check out the rest of these sets, courtesy of The Brothers Brick.


Naboo Starfighter Microfighter (75223)

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Sith Infiltrator Microfighter (75224)

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Elite Praetorian Guard Battle Back (75225)

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TIE Fighter Attack (75237)

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Rebel A-Wing Starfighter (75247)

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