A lot of upcoming new LEGO sets have a tendency of being rebuilds of earlier releases. Builders and collectors don’t mind much. At least the revamps might be from sets that came out years or even decades ago. The reissues also boast greater detail and more “fleshed-out” designs for the most part. Perhaps nowhere is the reimagined LEGO set more welcome than in the LEGO Star Wars corner. Plenty of LEGO renditions for the sci-fi franchise’s space vehicles stand a chance of getting an Ultimate Collector Series version. We already know a key starship from “Star Wars” spinoff “The Mandalorian” will re-debut on the UCS line. It’s finally been listed.
Promobricks notes that LEGO Star Wars UCS Razor Crest (75331) entered LEGO Shop online ahead of its release. The ST-70 assault ship initially used by Mandalorian Din Djarin returns in perhaps its most ultimate LEGO-set version. Despite already being lost in-series the Razor Crest lives on in brick form, which collectors can get October 7. Let’s check the product info:
Age 18+ | 6,187 pieces | 3 minifigures + 1 LEGO figure | $599.99 | Coming October 7
- The Mandalorian’s armored transport shuttle – Recall memorable Star Wars: The Mandalorian scenes with this LEGO® Star Wars™ Ultimate Collector Series build-and-display model of The Razor Crest (75331)
- 5 Star Wars™ characters – The Mandalorian, The Mythrol and Kuiil LEGO® minifigures, a Grogu LEGO figure in a pram, and a buildable Blurrg LEGO figure to fit inside The Razor Crest’s cargo compartment
- Easy-access, detailed interior – Removable engines and cockpit, 2 side hatches and a cargo compartment with space for the Blurrg, a weapons cabinet and LEGO® minifigure-size carbon-freezing chamber
- Detachable escape pod – The escape pod has space inside for a minifigure. Display the LEGO® minifigures and figures on the stand next to the plaque, which shows the vital facts about The Razor Crest
You might recall the leaked image of this UCS Razor Crest set’s sticker sheet. Said sheet includes a sticker with specs for the info-plaque piece. If a Q&A during LEGO’s recent fan event in Billund is right, this set 75331 might among be the last. By that we mean of Star Wars UCS sets having sticker decals for the info plaque. Apparently future products will have the details printed right on the plaque. Still, it’s far off enough to not have to ponder over.
When we last left the Mandalorian – outside of his own “Star Wars” series – he and Grogu were happily reunited. The Force-sensitive child of the late Yoda’s species chose to abandon Jedi training to help his one-time protector. We’ll have to wait until “The Mandalorian” season 3 rolls out on Disney+ to learn what happens next. But fans can certainly dream up some nice scenarios of the duo traveling the Galaxy in their custom Naboo starfighter. And if they’re LEGO collectors, these fans can potentially imagine some wild ideas. But can they beat an “official” LEGO Star Wars take on this?
That may well be the point of this cute LEGO animation short as shared by Brick Fanatics. The short, hosted on the Star Wars Kids YouTube channel, is titled “A Gift from Grogu”. Quite obviously it’ll involve everybody’s favorite Baby!Yoda doing something nice for Din Djarin, his Mandalorian protector. In this case Grogu uses the Force to assemble stray LEGO into something awesome. Merchandising-wise, he’s really just showing off recent LEGO Star Wars “The Mandalorian” tie-in sets. In fact, the production of this animation can be dated from the featured sets. They’re still using Razor Crest instead of the Starfighter.
In case you need a refresher, these are the sets featured. We have the Razor Crest (75292); its Microfighter version (75321); and The Mandalorian & the Child (75317). As for the gift, it’s The Child (Grogu) himself (75318). We can consider this a nice look back, given that new LEGO Star Wars stuff are coming. They’ll of course be teased during LEGO Con 2022, happening this coming Saturday June 18.
April 2022 has just about run its course, and we’ve got new LEGO stuff to look forward to. While that primarily lies in the new sets launching come May 1, they’re not the only things to look out for. Mere days later, we’ve got a prime period for LEGO Star Wars collectors. In light of the franchise’s “May the 4th” celebration, LEGO’s springing for some cool collectibles as part of the fun. What can we expect? A polybag’s rather obvious. There might even be a non-brick item too. But an event-exclusive set’s something to shoot for. LEGO’s got all these.
Stone Wars from Germany has just given us a lowdown on the LEGO Star Wars May the 4th 2022 GWPs. The prime item for this batch of sets would be a diorama of a “Star Wars Episode IV” location. That would be the Kitchen (40531) of Luke Skywalker’s Tatooine home, with a minifigure of his Aunt Beru. If you’re a “Mandalorian” fan you can try for a keychain with a Beskar tag (5007403). Finally, if you’re not spending much on LEGO Star Wars, you can at least grab an AT-ST (30495) polybag. All items are featured on LEGO.com Shop now:
Age 18+ | 195 pieces | 1 minifigure | worth $19.99 | get for minimum $160 LEGO Star Wars purchase
Age 6+ | worth $15.99 | LEGO VIP Exclusive, get for minimum $70 LEGO Star Wars purchase
Age 6+ | 79 pieces | worth $4.99 | get for minimum $40 LEGO Star Wars purchase
These GWPs are up for grabs from May 1 to 8, so collectors have enough time. May the 4th be with you on Star Wars Day 2022.
Okay, LEGO Star Wars have been dominating (somewhat) our recent updates on The Brick Show. Particularly, we have at least two upcoming sets tying into Disney+ series “The Mandalorian” and “The Book of Boba Fett.” One set (75326) featured in the instruction sheet of “Dark Trooper Attack” (75324). This “Mandalorian” tie-in seems to have become available earlier than March 1 in the US. According to Brick Fanatics, a third-party retailer (Scheels) already had the set in shelves. Aside from the early reveal of set 75326, it and 75325 have already been listed on international Amazon pages. What about LEGO Shop? They’re better late than never.
As Brickset tells it, we now have product listings for “The Book of Boba Fett” related LEGO Star Wars sets. These are The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter (75325) and Boba Fett’s Throne Room (75326). The latter we first glimpsed on the insert sheet of Dark Trooper Attack. The former saw an earlier online retail listing on Amazon UK. Each features a key location and vehicle from “Book of Boba Fett” on Disney+. Their impending launch by LEGO is also staggered, with 75326 coming earlier, on March 1. Product details reveal more:
Age 9+ | 412 pieces | 2 minifigures | $59.99 | Coming June 1, 2022
- The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter (75325) from Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett – Fans can relive Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett stories on Tatooine with this authentically detailed building toy
- 4 Star Wars™ characters – LEGO® minifigures of The Mandalorian, with a darksaber and a jetpack accessory element, and Peli Motto with a wrench, plus LEGO figures of Grogu and a BD Droid
- Play-inspiring features – The starfighter features a minifigure cockpit, passenger space for Grogu, a small cargo compartment, a spring-loaded shooter and lots of authentic bashed-up details
Age 9+ | 732 pieces | 7 minifigures | $99.99 | Coming March 1, 2022
- Boba Fett’s Throne Room – Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett fans can recreate authentic details of the throne room and other parts of Jabba the Hutt’s palace with this LEGO® Star Wars™ (75326) set
- 7 LEGO® Star Wars™ minifigures for creative role play. Boba Fett and Fennec Shand, Bib Fortuna, a Theelin Dancer, Weequay Guard, Gamorrean Guard and a Quarren, plus assorted weapons
- Playful features – The throne with a pop-up function to eject Bib Fortuna and a secret chamber containing weapons and beskar bar elements, shaking steps to topple a guard, an opening gate and more
- Opens up for easy access – Fold out the front of the buildable model and open the back to reveal a kitchen and barbecue area with a rotisserie, plus fun accessory elements including spotchka drinks
- So the later-numbered set will launch before its numerical predecessor. Either way, more LEGO tie-in sets for “Star Wars” series on Disney+ is always welcome.
LEGO Star Wars has been on a renewed “The Mandalorian” tie-in bent lately. At least two sets we’re guaranteed to be getting by March 1. Those would be the Dark Trooper Assault (75324) and the titular Mandalorian Helmet (75328). The tie-ins to the Disney+ series and the newest Star Wars Helmet sets fall under consecutive set numbers. From Dark Trooper Assault there are two numbers before Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet (75327). We know that LEGO Star Wars 75326 is Boba Fett’s Throne Room, as listed on Amazon Germany (briefly). What about set 75325? Amazon beats LEGO.com again via UK.
This news comes to us via German LEGO news source Promobricks. Feast your eyes on The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter (75325) seen in “The Book of Boba Fett” on Disney+. It’ now listed on Amazon UK. This modified Naboo starfighter became Mandalorian antihero Din Djarin’s new ride after losing his Razor Crest freighter. The customized version features stronger laser cannons and a heavily stripped-down, nearly skeletal, frame for greater speed. Furthermore, a cockpit for Grogu replaces the astromech droid slot. We’re looking at spring-loaded shooters for both laser cannons and the torpedo launcher. We get of course a Din Djarin minifigure, alongside N-1 customizer Peli Motto. Grogu and Droid microfigures join the two.
Promobrick adds that the Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter (75325) contains 412 pieces and is priced at €69.99 in Europe. That would probably convert to perhaps $79.99 when LEGO.com US finally does a product listing; and they should, eventually. The set might launch in June this year. That release window may possibly be the same deal for Boba Fett’s Throne Room (75326).
Last week, the LEGO corner of social media exploded with news of an upcoming “Star Wars” set. It seemed that the insert sheet for “The Mandalorian” tie-in Dark Trooper Attack (75324) teased a follow-up. It was a build for the late Jabba the Hutt’s palace, under attack by iconic bounty hunter Boba Fett. This was the mind-blowing post-credits scene from the season 2 finale of “The Mandalorian” on Disney+. We felt that it may only be a matter of time before LEGO announced it fully. They haven’t got a product listing yet, but a major online marketplace has done so.
Brick Fanatics tells us that Amazon Germany now has a listing for LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett’s Throne Room (75326). Actually, we only have the product entry in the Amazon.de LEGO Star Wars directory, which opens to a preview. The product listing page itself isn’t up yet, but at least now we have a name to set 75326. Details on the preview give us the retail price of €80.12, which might translate to €79.99 on LEGO Europe. Amazon.de also gives us a date of February 15. We believe this is just when preorders on their platform for Boba Fett’s Throne Room will officially go live.
LEGO Star Wars set 75326 features Boba Fett and Fennec Shand taking over Jabba’s syndicate from Bib Fortuna. Other minifigures include Gamorrean and Weequy henchmen, a Theelin dancer, and Bib’s assistant Quarren. The palace set includes mechanics for flipping the minifigs, and a detachable throne. Hopefully a LEGO.com product entry won’t be far off now.
“The Mandalorian” on Disney+ did something remarkable to its mother franchise, “Star Wars.” It revitalized the space opera saga at a time when the new Sequel movie trilogy was dividing the fandom. Regardless of what fans feel about Rey, Poe, Finn etc., the exploits of Mandalorian Din Djarin have been very enjoyable. His series also triggered the development of further “Star Wars” streaming spinoffs on Disney+. Among them is “The Book of Boba Fett,” which completes its first season this week. Anyway, “The Mandalorian” and its follow-ups have given LEGO more material for “Star Wars” sets, including this sneak preview.
As told by Promobricks, there’s a new LEGO Star Wars set to look out for later this year. An image of it was first sighted on social media, courtesy of Instagram user lego_flub_news. We have a build for Jabba the Hutt’s palace on Tatooine. Of course, we know Jabba’s been dead since “Return of the Jedi.” Rather, this palace build depicts the post-credits scene of “The Mandalorian” season 2’s finale. You remember how Boba Fett and his ally Fennec Shand storm the palace and kill its current boss, Bib Fortuna. Lego_flub_news apparently got the image from the instruction sheet of Dark Trooper Attack (75324), which sold early in some retailers.
Promobricks posits that this new LEGO Star Wars Mandalorian set is numbered 75326. It may officially launch in March 1 alongside Dark Trooper Attack (75324). With its seven minifigures and larger setting, the alleged SRP is around €99.99, which might remain in US$ pricing. This is yet another LEGO set news too substantiated to be relegated as rumor. Still, better to wait for LEGO to give any official details themselves.
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.
But wait! There’s more. If you thought the LEGO Friends low-down was huge (10th anniversary and all), then LEGO’s just getting started. Next on the product listing series is The Galaxy Far, Far Away, aka one of LEGO’s most prominent themes. Indeed, LEGO Star Wars is only going for bigger things this 2022. The heavily-anticipated videogame “LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga” is releasing soon. But while fans wait, there are some cool new sets for the line coming, again, on March 1. We have new additions to the beautiful buildable helmet sub-series. A set depicting Disney+ spinoff series “The Mandalorian” is also drawing attention. Thanks to Brick Fanatics for the heads-up on these sets:
Age 8+ | 166 pieces | 4 minifigures | $29.99 | coming March 1
- LEGO® Star Wars™ set for Luke Skywalker vs. Dark Troopers battles – Fans can relive Luke Skywalker’s return in Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 with this Dark Troopers Attack (75324) building toy
- 4 LEGO® minifigures – Luke Skywalker with a lightsaber, and 3 Dark Troopers, each with a blaster rifle, for creative role play
- Brick-built Imperial Light Cruiser interior scene – A revolving elevator, rotating battle platform for Luke Skywalker and a sliding ‘Force’ platform for him to fend off a Dark Trooper
And hey, the rumors from around September last year are confirmed beyond any further doubts.
Age 18+ | 675 pieces | $59.99 | coming March 1, available for preorder
- Awaken your creative Force – Channel Jedi-like focus and mindfulness as you build this highly detailed LEGO® Star Wars™ Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet (75327) model
- Made for display – Spark memories of Star Wars™ saga scenes as you replicate authentic details of Luke Skywalker’s helmet in LEGO® bricks, and display it on the integrated stand with nameplate
- Build your collection – This set is part of a series of collectible LEGO® Star Wars™ build-to-display helmet models, each offering a fun and immersive creative experience
Age 18+ | 584 pieces | $59.99 | coming March 1, available for preorder
Channel your creativity – Build a detailed LEGO® Star Wars™ recreation of The Mandalorian’s helmet (75328) and pay tribute to a legendary bounty hunter
Build and display – Relive your favorite Star Wars: The Mandalorian moments as you replicate iconic features of Mando’s helmet and display it on the brick-built stand with nameplate
Capture the sheen of beskar armor – Drum-lacquered LEGO® elements and bricks in different shades of gray help you to recreate the metallic look of beskar armor and the contours of the helmet
Age 18+ | 693 pieces | $59.99 | coming March 1, available for preorder
- Take a creative journey on the dark side – Immerse yourself in a hands-on project to build a LEGO® Star Wars™ version of a Dark Trooper Helmet (75343) with authentic details
- Build and display – Relive tense Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 2 scenes as you recreate the iconic features of a Dark Trooper’s helmet and display it on the brick-built stand with nameplate
- Get that distinctive Dark Trooper look – Use a combination of translucent red LEGO® elements and white LEGO bricks underneath to evoke the shining eyes of a Dark Trooper
More LEGO rumors to check out, this time for the Star Wars line: yet another Battle Pack for 2022. That’s the gist of another Instagram post noticed by The Brick Fan this week. Last month we discussed LEGO Star Wars rumors about sets centered on the Battle of Hoth (“Empire Strikes Back”). Aside from new AT-AT (75313?) and AT-ST (75322?) sets, that batch of unconfirmed info included a minifig Battle Pack (75320?). This new rumor from Falcon Fan 1414 (1414falconfan) brings the focus to “The Mandalorian” on Disney+ instead. You probably have an idea what the pack will likely depict.
Stated above by 1414falconfan, the LEGO Star Wars Battle Pack homages “The Mandalorian” season 2. This alleged Dark Trooper Battle Pack will contain three Imperial Remnant Dark Trooper minifigures. And yes, it also includes Luke Skywalker. You may replay that scene from the season 2 finale now. 1414falconfan claims the Battle Pack set number is 75324(?) and will cost $29.99 on retail. Numbering-wise it jives with the numbers from the Hoth sets from September. But you know how it goes: this tidbit is a rumor so keep a salt shaker in arm’s reach. The year 2022 is still fan enough.