Finally, some of the new 2018 Star Wars sets have been revealed. Through the available set list it is possible to conclude that the list is far away from being completed but for now, we can see four new micro-fighters, a couple of buildable figures and a few regular sets.
At the first glance, there is more quantity than quality (or at least there isn’t anything in particular that excited me). I don’t especially appreciate the buildable figures or the micro-fighters and in terms of regular sets, almost all of them are just small size boxes. Gladly however there are some a few nice mini-figures!
A bunch of images from new 2018 Polybags have been published in a youtube channel (Freedom Bricks), presenting fifteen (!!) new bags from different themes including Star Wars, Super-Heroes, Ninjago, City, Juniors, Friends, Disney, Creator and finally a single one from Duplo.
There isn’t for now, any kind of details about piece count, prices or eventual availability on Markets, but the pictures give a pretty decent image of the individual detail on each one. I must say that I especially liked a couple of city bags, namely the hotdog stand and the road worker.
The Resistance Transport Pod is a new star Wars Last Jedi set that has been recently released. It seems to be smaller than the piece count suggests, showing almost three hundred pieces which are enough for the space craft and for two mini-figures (Rose and Finn) and BB8 with several accessories.
Definitely it’s not the most exciting set of this wave but it surely has some nice details and a good dose of playability. With a fat structure and no kind of wings, this pod has however a big cockpit with a large yellow windshield where two figures can be easily transported.
Finally, the official images of the new Star Wars Last Jedi sets for Force Friday II have finally been unveiled by Lego. The sets were already now for a while but due to an embargo from Lego, the images weren’t (or at least shouldn’t…) available yet.
Gladly, it is now possible to see all the details that will make part of the set list. There are options for every wallets, the cheapest is the Elite TIE Fighter Pilot, a buildable figure that will retail around the twenty bucks and the most expensive is the First Order star destroyer, with a price of hundred and fifty dollars.
The new Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series set has finally been unveiled. After so much speculation, rumors and teasing images, here we have the new Millennium Falcon, a huge masterpiece and, best of all, the biggest set that Lego has ever made.
With more than seven thousand and five hundred pieces and 7 mini-figures (Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia , C-3PO , Older Han Solo, Rey and Finn), the new Millennium Falcon is absolutely an bottomless well in terms of details and features to enjoy. By the way, save some extra space (not to mention money) because the spaceship is eighty four centimeters long which if huge in terms of beauty and building experience!!