Star Wars unveils all-new LEGO sets – how to buy
Most recent Star wars LEGO sets have gone to the dark side.
Fans have virtually endless choices when it comes to building the galaxy far, far away, with literally dozens and dozens of Star wars sets on the market. Now there are three more Sith Lords in their collection!
The Grand Moff of the new sets, so to speak, is an incredibly detailed take on Darth Vader’s classic helmet, priced at £ 59.99 at Zavvi and available now for pre-order ahead of an April 26th release.
At 834 pieces, the helmet is aimed at experienced LEGO builders or newcomers, but is firmly aimed at the adult collector. Vader’s helmet measures over 8 inches and comes with a nameplate and stand for easy display.
A fantastic accompaniment to Vader’s iconic helmet will be the headgear worn by the Scout Troopers in the Star Wars Battlefront II game and Star Wars Rebels animated series.
At the price of £ 44.99 for release on April 26, this helmet is a twist on the classic Imperial Stormtrooper design. It is also aimed at adult collectors, with a size of 18 cm and 471 pieces to build.
To complete this news Star wars is the Imperial Probe Droid, which isn’t as bad as it sounds! These villainous scout droids were memorable used in Solo: A Star Wars and The clone wars for Empire reconnaissance missions.
Zavvi also has this one up for pre-order for release on April 26, for £ 59.99. The Imperial Probe Droid is 27cm tall and requires 683 bricks to build it – it’s an intimidating probe!
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the entire Skywalker saga are available on DVD, Blu ray and 4K now, as well as on Disney +, while The Rise of Skywalker is also on Sky Cinema Premiere and NOW.
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