Lego has just revealed on social networks a new star wars set, Kessel Run Millennium Falcon. This great version of one of the most iconic space ship is predominantly white and blue and features a total of one thousand and four hundred and fourteen pieces.
In terms of mini-figures, there will be seven (Qi’Ra, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian, Quay Tolsite, Kessel Operations Droid, DD-BD) despite Lego didn’t present pictures of all. The new Millennium Falcon will be available only next April with a retail price around the hundred and seventy dollars.
When the first round of 2018 sets isn’t even on stores, here we go for some rumors of the second wave of Star Wars and technic sets. The set lists look pretty consistent attempting to their names and numbers.
Star Wars shows seven new sets, including the traditional advent calendar, another battle pack, a new sandcrawler and two buildable figures and Technic presents four sets that according to their names, surely promise to have a big size. Can’t wait to see the official pictures!
Pictures of a new Star Wars set, Mos Eisley Cantina (75205), have just been unveiled by Toysrus, giving a pretty decent image of this new version of the set. If we compare it with the 2014 model, it is considerably smaller but it features some other elements that the previous version didn’t have.
The set includes besides the tavern a new Ubrikkian 9000 pod and four mini-figures (Greedo, Han Solo, Wuher, and a Sandtrooper) with assorted accessories in a total of three hundred and seventy six pieces.
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.