Another series of official visuals of the LEGO Star Wars novelties of early 2017 with in particular a close-up of the Admiral Thrawn minifig which will be delivered in the set 75170 The Phantom.
It is also in my opinion the only minifigure that deserves a little attention among those delivered with these three boxes ...
Availability announced on the LEGO Shop for December 16, 2016.
Little wink at lego ideas project developed by BrickadierG, mreilly44 et Omar Ovalle : A mini-micro version of the Batcave with many vehicles (Batmobile, Batwing, Batboat and Joker Truck) and characters (Batman, Robin, Alfred, The Joker and Harley Quinn) to scale.
It's creative, playable, displayable, it doesn't take up any space and even if we is still far from 10.000 votes and even further from going into production, it deserves at least that you take a few minutes to discover the whole of this very well presented project at this address.
Notice to all happy owners of the UCS 10179 Millennium Falcon set: With a little imagination and a few parts, you can turn your now overpriced machine into a derivative of the next Star Wars without waiting for LEGO to deign to market (one day maybe be ...) a new UCS version of the most famous starship in the Star Wars saga.
Bartlomiej H uploaded to his flickr gallery its version of the new radar which advantageously replaces the one destroyed in theEpisode VI while Lando Calrissian was in charge.
There you go, the Millennium Falcon is roughly the same as the version we'll see in theaters at the end of the year and anyone who tries to piece together this ship by purchasing the parts separately on Bricklink will be able to boast that they've saved more than a hundred euros by ignoring the essential piece to the original radar ...
Otherwise, as of September 4, LEGO will market a version System the Millennium Falcon also equipped with the new radar and accompanied by six minifigs for the modest sum of 154.99 €. This box (Reference Lego 75105) is already in pre-order at amazon Spain.
Here is a creation which stands out for its originality and which deserves that you take the time to take an interest in it.
The team of Titans creations, based in Singapore, worked for two months on this amazing project: This Millennium Falcon seen from the inside was assembled to celebrate "may the fourth ..."and was logically unveiled on May 4 at LEGOland park located in Malaysia.
To see more, it's on the flickr gallery of this fine team of MOCeurs that it happens.
With the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, R2-D2 will see a strong competitor arrive in the "droid that we like because he makes funny things and weird noises": BB-8.
SPARKART! present on his flickr gallery its LEGO version of this new droid whose perfectly functional model developed by the company Orbotix (known to the general public for the product Sphero) was presented during Celebration VII. Orbotix is also teasing for a consumer BB-8 which should be released soon on this page.
We'll be getting a BB-8 minifigure in one of the next sets in the movie-based LEGO Star Wars line-up, no doubt about that, but I can't wait to see how LEGO gets to successfully adapt this droid.
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