They've been drip-feeding us tidbits of information for the last week - now's the time to see what all the excitement has been about.
Because there's no such thing as the perfect LEGO set.
After last week's hiccup, LEGO has officially provided details of this new BrickHeadz pairing. Pre-orders being taken now.
Bag the baddest bounties in the galaxy with this latest addition to The Mandalorian collection. Pre-orders being taken now!
The brand-new issue of LEGO Star Wars magazine is in UK shops now, complete with a limited edition foil-bagged TIE Striker set and a packet of LEGO Star Wars Series 2 trading cards! Inside you’ll find Jedi Master Yoda battling his dark side enemies in an action-packed comic; stylish Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker posters; all the info on the awesome Tantive IV set and more puzzles than you could throw a thermal detonator at. At just £4.25, this issue is set to fly off the shelves quicker than a modified YT-1300, so grab your copy now! The next issue is due out on March 25th and will come with a buildable Mouse Droid and R2-D2.
Aside from Christmas, there's no more an exciting time to be a Star Wars collector than toy fair season. With two down and one to go anticipation levels are building.
Over its history LEGO has provided us with all kinds of numbers - set numbers, piece counts and inventory identifiers to name three - but sometimes it asks its fans to provide numerical feedback. The recent poll to chose an upcoming Ultimate Collector Series set was such an opportunity, and we're looking back at the history of LEGO Star Wars fan's choice polls.
An early look at this new BrickHeadz pairing comes to you from LEGO via Amazon Canada. Click through for all the details.
The latest edition of this series is downright salacious in its detail and imagery.
Build, code, play... and learn with a trio of programmable Star Wars robots.
As soon as the trailers started to appear creative fans began to make their own The Rise of Skywalker concepts - so we’ve pulled together the most exciting suggestions and ideas to highlight the talent of the LEGO community.
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