Posted by Jeremy on March 29, 2018 at 01:25 AM CST
We knew it wouldn't be too long before the upcoming sets from Solo and beyond would get released by excited and anxious toy retailers, so here are six of the nine LEGO Star Wars sets from the Spring wave (due April 20th).

75206 Jedi & Clone Troopers Battle Pack

Providing a clear, concise and lawyered-up review of this Clone Wars battlepack, is the ever-popular Jangbricks.

75207 Imperial Patrol Battle Pack

Let just2good share the ins and outs of this screen-seen-scene battle pack.

75208 Yoda's Hut

Perhaps one of the most interesting of the non-Solo sets, the slimey mudhole where Yoda received his mail gets the MandRProductions treatment.

75209 Han Solo's Landspeeder

Jangbricks is back to provide an in-depth consumer review of this souped muscle car speeder and its minifigs.

75211 Imperial TIE Fighter

The backbone of the Imperial starfighter fleet, as seen in Solo: A Star Wars Story, gets the treatment from MandRProductions.

75212 Kessel Run Millennium Falcon

Squirrel Stampede speed builds, reviews and plays with the newly minted spaceship that later broke the Kessel Run record.

Despite the April 20th embargo date (in most countries) having been set by Disney Lucasfilm for the official release of Solo: A Star Wars Story it would seem that someone, somewhere is selling these and savvy shoppers are snapping them up to make a quick credit. Rebelscum has a widely known anti-scalping stance and supports the Collect 2 Collect credo, and won't endorse the over-inflated price of these sets.

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