I know many of you are curious about the new LEGO Star Wars sets, so I thought to have an overview of them all in one place, so we can easily discuss them. There are three new LEGO Star Wars Action Battle sets, three LEGO Star Wars regular sets, and five LEGO Star Wars 20th Anniversary sets, so there is quite a bit to talk about. Fortunately, JANGBRiCKS published reviews on all of them already, so we can take a look at all the details, play-features, and minifigures in each of the sets. So, let’s take a closer look. 🙂
The idea with the LEGO Star Wars Action Battle sets is that each of the sets has two opposing sides (imperials and rebels) with targets attached to them. Kids can pick the side they want to play, build the vehicles and minifigures, and then use the LEGO Technic cannons to hit the targets of the opponent. Sounds fun, isn’t it? The three LEGO Star Wars Action Battle sets are the #75238 LEGO Star Wars Action Battle Endor Assault, the #75239 LEGO Star Wars Action Battle Hoth Generator Attack, and the #75241 LEGO Star Wars Action Battle Echo Base Defense. From the three sets, the last one is clearly the best in terms of value, design, and playability. If you are interested, watch the video-reviews below of all three sets to see how they work. You can find all three sets at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.
The three regular LEGO Star Wars sets include the #75236 LEGO Star Wars Duel on Starkiller Base, the #75240 LEGO Star Wars Major Vonreg’s TIE Fighter, and the #75242 LEGO Star Wars Black Ace TIE Interceptor. All three sets have some plusses and minuses, so make sure you check out the video-reviews below for details. My favorite is the gorgeous red and black TIE Fighter! All three are available at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.
The LEGO Star Wars 20th Anniversary collection celebrates the release of some of the first and most iconic LEGO Star Wars sets. Each of them features a printed 20th anniversary minifigure display stand, which can be connected to each other to create a full display. Also, notice that each set includes a special 20th anniversary minifig with a logo on their back, and some of them have the original yellow skin! The collection includes the #75243 LEGO Star Wars Slave I – 20th Anniversary Edition, the #75258 LEGO Star Wars Anakin’s Podracer – 20th Anniversary Edition, the #75259 LEGO Star Wars Snowspeeder – 20th Anniversary Edition, the #75261 LEGO Star Wars Clone Scout Walker – 20th Anniversary Edition, and the #75262 LEGO Star Wars Imperial Dropship – 20th Anniversary Edition. As you will see in the video-reviews below, the sets are fantastic and definitely worth collecting. You can find them at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.
And that wraps up the 2019 spring releases for the LEGO Star Wars line. I think the LEGO Star Wars 20th Anniversary sets are definitely worth it. The rest is a mixed bag, so it just depends on which vehicles, minifigs, and play-features you like the most.
What do you think? How do you like the new LEGO Star Wars sets? Do you have any favorites? Are you planning to get any of them? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below! 😉
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