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That's No Moon: LEGO Launches New ‘Star Wars’ Build Sets

That's No Moon: LEGO Launches New ‘Star Wars’ Build Sets

New LEGO sets arrive ahead of the franchise’s next film.

LEGO has revealed the latest build sets based on “Star Wars,” “Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker” and “The Mandalorian.”

The latest starships and cruisers to enter the LEGO portfolio from a galaxy far, far away include a Resistance A-Wing Starfighter, Pasaana Speeder Chasers, Resistance Y-Wing Starfighter, Kylo Ren’s Shuttle and the Millennium Falcon.

Classic “Star Wars” build sets and characters available also include the Death Star Cannon, featuring Obi-Wan’s perilous mission aboard the Empire’s main weapon, and a large LEGO Yoda. The AT-ST Raider, featured in the upcoming “The Mandalorian” Disney+ series, is also available.

“This year marks the 20th anniversary of our first partnership with Lucasfilm to bring the ‘Star Wars’ galaxy to life, and together we have engaged millions of fans of all ages in exciting building opportunities,” says Michael McNally, senior director, brand relations, LEGO Systems. “As the final chapter of the Skywalker saga nears premiere, we are excited about what it inspires for new building adventures, and to help shepherd more new and familiar stories from a galaxy far, far away to brick form with the launch of our building sets based on ‘The Mandalorian’ and other classic ‘Star Wars’ scenes.”

Each LEGO “Star Wars” item will be available starting this month in global toy and speciality stores. The launch comes ahead of the “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” release in December.

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