Rebelscum News Archive
Posted by Jeremy on July 20, 2017 at 06:24 AM CST | Forums
With so much attention being laundered on superheroes and Ninjago, LEGO has finally revealed their Star Wars contribution for San Diego Comic-Con. Sadly it's not going to fit into anyone's suitcase because this plus 36 thousand brick model of Luke Skywalker is life-sized and weights an estimated 110 lbs (50 kg). Inspired by his iconic costume and stance in The Force Awakens this build will deliver the exact same glowering performance as its live action, on-screen counterpart. Close your eyes, breathe and click on the thumbnail - what do you see? Stay tuned to Rebelscum over the weekend as we roll out our realtime SDCC coverage.
Posted by Jeremy on July 18, 2017 at 03:32 PM CST | Forums
Either someone is getting carried away or LEGO is laying down breadcrumbs. What am I talking about? Click through to find out.
Posted by Jeremy on July 18, 2017 at 03:00 AM CST | Forums
Official LEGO artist Dan Veesenmeyer has added a second Star Wars print to his exclusive offerings. Click the thumbnail above for a look-see, and if it grabs your attention save some time in your day to visit him at his table (#EE-21) in Artist's Alley. Smoocheys to Matty-Boombatty for the heads up.
Posted by Jeremy on July 17, 2017 at 03:22 AM CST | Forums
You'll have noticed that a lot of the coverage on the leaked The Last Jedi sets is starting to get pulled down. While there are some hold outs and others, despite it being nearly a week, haven't even been contacted by the company with four letters in its name it is still pretty easy to find these images. Highlighting how ridiculous it is that certain sites are being targeted while others are being ignored is this blog post by fellow AFOL and Star Wars fan Gilles Paul Tassarb. He has found a notable way of circumventing the confidential nature of the sets by pointing out that Chinese bootlegger LEPIN has already copied them and is currently distributing them via Rebelscum is in no way encouraging the sale of counterfeit licensed Star Wars merch though. So just look.

Posted by Jeremy on July 13, 2017 at 03:06 AM CST | Forums
Lagging a fortnight behind the US, the British premiere of the opening episode of season two of The Freemaker Adventures is set to air today (Thursday, July 13th) at 3 pm BST, reports Brick Fanatics. If you've got some free time you could probably squeeze in a marathon of season one, or if you aren't in a rush then add the show to your home media collection via on DVD or Blu-Ray now. Don't forget that 75185 Tracker I and  75186 The Arrowhead sets will only heighten the experience!

Posted by Jeremy on July 13, 2017 at 01:27 AM CST | Forums
The latest compilation of the German language version of the monthly LEGO Star Wars Magazine is out now. This "best of" digest contains a selection of the previous four issues' comic strips and comes with a poster and either a mini TIE Bomber. With a cover price of €3.50 it's quite the steal. You can find out more at Blue Ocean Publishing and order them via the Nachbestellshop link.
Posted by Jeremy on July 13, 2017 at 01:16 AM CST | Forums
The latest LEGO Star Wars Magazine, from Panini Kids is out now in France, priced €5.50. For this money you get original The Force Awakens and Freemaker Adventures comic strips, competitions for LEGO Star Wars sets, a set review of 75175 A-Wing Starfighter, posters, quizzes and fun activities aimed at kids. On top of this is an exclusive foil bagged set - a mini Sandcrawler - for you to build.
Posted by Jeremy on July 12, 2017 at 08:06 PM CST | Forums
Yesterday's The Last Jedi promotional LEGO poster revealed the entire assortment of minifigs that would be included in the Force Friday (September 1st) release of sets. Click through for the master list and confirmation that the initial set release will not include Old Man Luke. Is it time to start a #wheresluke campaign?
Posted by Jeremy on July 12, 2017 at 03:59 PM CST | Forums
If you don't want to see boxed and loose images of all The Last Jedi sets that will be available on Force Friday (September 1st) then you really, really, really shouldn't jump into this story. But if you're a bit curious then cover your eyes and peek through your fingers because one click away will make you crack open your kids' money banks and have you scrabbling behind every sofa cushion in the house to find every last piece of loose change possible. Honestly.
Posted by Jeremy on July 12, 2017 at 03:46 PM CST | Forums
The darling of the Resistance has made her The Last Jedi minifig debut at last, thanks to an underground web of smugglers and spies. Exactly what the Resistance was founded on! Here we see her with a grey multi-layered grey outfit with tan arms and carrying a blue lightsaber, prompting the suggestion that Luke doesn't handle his old blade anymore. This minifig will come with the 75189 First Order Heavy Assault Walker set.