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LEGO Lone Ranger sets coming soon!

We have discussed the LEGO Lone Ranger sets that are tied in with the upcoming Lone Ranger movie scheduled for release in July. The LEGO Lone Ranger sets will be released a bit earlier in April. You can see the preliminary images of all the sets here: 2013 LEGO Lone Ranger Sets Pictures!, and now let’s take a closer look! 😛

2013 LEGO Lone Ranger

Last week detailed images of a couple of the LEGO Lone Ranger sets started circulating, but since I was out of town I didn’t have a chance to share them with you. However it is better later then never, so I thought to discuss them here. As a reminder, here is a list of the LEGO Lone Ranger sets:

  • #79106 LEGO Lone Ranger Cavalry Builder
  • #79107 LEGO Lone Ranger Comanche Camp
  • #79108 LEGO Lone Ranger Stagecoach Escape
  • #79109 LEGO Lone Ranger Colby City Showdown
  • #79110 LEGO Lone Ranger Silver Mine Shootout
  • #79111 LEGO Lone Ranger Constitution Train Chase

One of the LEGO Lone Ranger sets that we have a close up for now is the #79108 LEGO Lone Ranger Stagecoach Escape. In my opinion this is one of the nicest LEGO sets of this year. The stagecoach is wonderfully detailed and comes with 3 horses and 5 minifigures: The Lone Ranger, Tonto, Red, and two bandits. Red being one of the most extravagant female LEGO minifigures I have ever seen. I would say it doesn’t even matter if the Lone Ranger film flops. This set would be still excellent for any LEGO Western fan! Once available the LEGO Lone Ranger Stagecoach Escape set should be retailing for $30. (Click image for larger view.)

LEGO Lone Range Stagecoach Escape

The second LEGO Lone Ranger set with better images is the #79111 LEGO Lone Ranger Train Chase. The set comes with a train including the locomotive, a coal-wagon, a trailer with a giant gun (I guess it will be clear from the movie how this fits in), and another car. There is also a full loop of train-tracks, which is always nice to have. And there is a water-tower and 7 minifigures: Captain Jay Fuller, Tonto, Latham Cole, Butch Cavendish, Rebecca Reid, Danny Reid, and the Lone Ranger. This is another excellent set for LEGO Western fans that could be easily incorporated into any LEGO Western diorama, and the minifigs are lovely as well. The Train Chase set will be also available in April and for $90. (Click image for lager view.)

LEGO Lone Ranger Train Chase

Here is the official description of the set: The chase is on to save Rebecca and Danny from Butch Cavendish and his gang of henchmen onboard the speeding train, Constitution! Help Tonto to place the dynamite and blow up the water tower to stop the speeding train in its tracks! Ride to the rescue with the Lone Ranger alongside on his trusty horse, Silver. Jump aboard the highly detailed locomotive with 3 cars and dodge the gatling gun! Uncover the secret coal wagon hideout, blow the prison wagon door with the dynamite and escape to safety with Rebecca and Danny!

LEGO Lone Ranger Train Chase Minifigures

There are also bit better pictures of the other LEGO Lone Ranger sets that are worth to take a look at.

LEGO Lone Ranger Cavalry Builder LEGO Lone Ranger Comanche Camp LEGO Lone Ranger Colby City Showdown LEGO Lone Ranger Silver Mine Shootout

As I mentioned above my thought is that no matter if the Lone Ranger movie will be great or a complete disaster, LEGO did a great job with these sets and they should be a favorite of LEGO Western fans. The sets are solidly designed and the minifigures offer a wide variety to populate any LEGO Western town. What do you think? Share your thoughts below! 😉

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  • Nace10 February 22, 2013, 10:18 AM

    I love these!!!

  • Brick Boy February 22, 2013, 10:26 AM

    I love the new guns!

  • Micho February 22, 2013, 10:30 AM

    Well as I’ve mentioned before I am definitely getting the Stagecoach… because I NEED that Red minifigure, I, so glad it’s not an expensive set and the Council of Elrond with the Arwen minifig isn’t either… WOOHOO!!! Is it me? or has LEGO licensed themes gone down in price a bit? If they have that is wonderful news.

    • percy jackson February 22, 2013, 12:08 PM

      i think they have. it seems that all there set prices are going down

      • admin February 22, 2013, 1:14 PM

        I do remember reading an article some months back that LEGO is well aware of the downturn of the economy and will plan accordingly for future releases. So I think that’s what we are seeing now with smaller, more affordable sets. 🙂

        • Micho February 22, 2013, 3:33 PM

          Well, I must say, that is very nice of them, I noticed that since the Super Hero lines came out we get a lot of really cool $20 sets… AWESOME!!!

  • legostuff71 February 22, 2013, 11:47 AM

    YES! I want these sets. However, I may just get the three cheaper sets . Do to the fact that I need to save for the lord of the rings sets( don’t forget Iron man 3 sets too.)

  • Eric at a LEGO a Day February 22, 2013, 11:49 AM

    Just soooo much good stuff coming from LEGO this year… Will have to make some hard decisions…

    • percy jackson February 22, 2013, 12:07 PM

      yeah. there taking all my money because of all these cool sets. and sence there is no ninjago this year i will be paying more attention to the other themes

    • Worriz vs Furty February 27, 2013, 1:16 PM

      Same here!!!! I thik I will get Chima and Lone Rangar though! 😉

  • gid617 February 22, 2013, 11:56 AM

    In general, this theme is fantastic! Almost all the sets are great, especially Colby City, Stagecoach, and the Silver Mine Shootout. The train is great too but I’m not much of a train fan…
    You didn’t mention it, but Red’s hat detaches from her hair, as does the crow from Tonto’s hat, in case anyone was wondering.

    • percy jackson February 22, 2013, 12:04 PM

      i hope the crow does

      • percy jackson February 22, 2013, 12:05 PM

        i ment to say, i know it does. heard it from somewhere but i dont remember where.

        • Håkan February 26, 2013, 7:20 PM

          That’d be cool…

    • Micho February 22, 2013, 1:08 PM

      Good info, thanks Geneva

  • percy jackson February 22, 2013, 12:03 PM

    wow, nice sets! and the stage coach! and the train set (that would be awesome.) i’m going to buy them!

  • Chris of Yoda Archives February 22, 2013, 12:14 PM

    I really want that stage coach set. I should get that and if I can find them the polybag sets.

    • Lone Tonto March 12, 2013, 2:14 PM

      I want the stagecoach and the goldmine

  • Steven February 22, 2013, 1:16 PM

    Do we have any idea if the T-Pee will be made of cloth and not vinyl or plastic ? That would really be a sore thumb for that set. But the Stage coach set is out of theis world, really nice set.

    • gid617 February 22, 2013, 2:02 PM

      It strikes me as plastic, check some of these pictures out:

      • Micho February 22, 2013, 3:35 PM

        That is definitely, that’s not good since LEGO cloth is so cool

        • gid617 February 22, 2013, 4:48 PM

          Yeah, I’d probably rather cloth too. Though either way, that’s my least favorite set of the line.

          • gid617 February 22, 2013, 4:51 PM

            One reason being the high step from outside the tee-pee to the inside. The canoe is great though, might pick it up for that…
            Is there only one paddle though? Strikes me as a bit odd, but I guess with one you can at least steer…

            • admin February 22, 2013, 5:40 PM

              If you are an expert Indian you can steer and paddle and the same time with just one paddle. And of course you can always pick up more paddles on Bricklink. 😉

              • gid617 February 22, 2013, 8:00 PM

                That last line really cracked me up! 😆
                Are you just saying if you’re an expert Indian you can steer and paddle, or is it like something that’s actually been done (I mean, say, recorded history)? Upstream? 😛
                Actually, I have five more paddles anyways – two new and three old – so I guess it wouldn’t matter much…

                • admin February 22, 2013, 8:06 PM

                  No, no, I’m totally serious. If you sit at the back of the canoe you can paddle and steer with just one paddle. I have done it many times and I’m not even an Indian. 😉

                  • gid617 February 23, 2013, 6:13 AM

                    That’s pretty cool! Do you just have to maneuver the paddle from the back (push to the left, then right?) or do you have to swing over to the sides?
                    (Can’t a rowboat be propelled with just one oar too? – I think it’s called sculling.)

                    • admin February 23, 2013, 9:24 AM

                      You just peddle like how you would normally peddle a canoe, pushing the peddle from front to back, but every few strides you push it little bit over to the side to streighten up the canoe. Or you could do it with every stroke; just give the paddle a tiny bit of a nudge to the opposite direction before pulling it out of the water. Yes, some rowboats are propelled by moving the peddle from side to side only. But with a canoe it is kind of a combination of regular canoing and adding a side stroke every once in a while. Or as you said; you can also switch sides after some strokes. If you go long distance this probably makes sense as it gives a change for your arms. It is not hard at all – very intuitive actually. 😉

                    • gid617 February 25, 2013, 10:33 AM

                      So I take it you’ve gone canoeing quite a bit? I’ve never been in a canoe yet I don’t think, but it must be pretty fun!

                    • admin February 25, 2013, 11:31 AM

                      Yeah, Florida is full of rivers. Especially our area. Canoing is a great way to get around the smaller rivers – it is kind of like canoing in the jungle! Really awesome! Just have to watch out for snakes and alligators. Seriously. They are around and they are big – I mean the alligators. You can’t mess with snakes either. We have all four poisonous snakes of the USA. Not fun. Especially the water mocassins are very agressive; jumping into boats and all. For larger rivers kayaks are great as they go faster. But I prefer canoes because smaller rivers are a more interesting ride. If you have a chance one day try it out! 😀

                    • gid617 February 25, 2013, 12:17 PM

                      Yeah, I’d love to go in a canoe or kayak one day! (So far I’ve only been in a rowboat and a ferry I think…) I certainly wouldn’t want to meet up with a snake though… (that’s the nice thing about Chile – no poisonous snakes!).

                    • admin February 26, 2013, 9:38 AM

                      Oh, that’s nice! I always wanted to visit Chile, so no poisonous snakes just make it sound even better! 😀

                    • Strider February 26, 2013, 11:57 AM

                      Wait….you live in Florida you own a cool lego blog and i’m guessing a lot of legos plus you have seen a live big alligator? Your life must be to good to be true 🙂

                    • admin February 26, 2013, 1:12 PM

                      Strider, yeah, I have nothing to complain about and a lot to be grateful for. And I can always use more LEGO. 😉

                      I have actually seen lots of big live alligators and snakes – not my most favorite creatures of Florida, but they are around and they are just as much citizens of this land as we are.

                      People coming from other states often think we are crazy; you know, 9-foot alligator walking across the golf-course. I didn’t make that up; my aunt has a vacation-home a couple of hours from us right on a golf-course, and Big Al (as the alligator is called) lives right there behind their back porch. There is also Little Al who lives across the pond. Pretty feaky when you see them the first time. This big thing with big teeth – but they are pretty lazy during the day and humans are not their favorite meal. They prefer turtles and ducks. And here in our town they live right on the university campus. Every year there are some accidents – mainly involving people who are new to Florida life. 😈

                    • gid617 February 26, 2013, 3:03 PM

                      Actually I’d prefer seeing an alligator than a snake. Big teeth maybe, but somehow snakes are just not appealing… 🙂 And then, a 9 foot alligator…
                      No poisonous snakes and I’m not completely sure but there might not be any snakes here at all!

                    • Håkan February 26, 2013, 7:23 PM

                      So, any tips on how to deal with an alligator surprising you?

                    • admin February 26, 2013, 8:15 PM

                      Hakan, that’s a tough question. Really the best way is to stay out of their territory. Never swim in a lake or river you are not familiar with, always be with other people, and never wonder off the path in a forested area. Florida is full of lakes and rivers and basically you just have to assume an alligator owns it and just respect that.

                      As far as if you happen to run into one, the best way is to slowly back off. You don’t want to run as that will trigger the alligator’s hunting instinct and they can actually run pretty darn fast. They can also climp over fences and such. They don’t normally attack people only if someone surprises them. Otherwise they tend to just ignore you or get out of the way if you give them enough notice.

                      My closest surprise encounter was when we were canoing down this idillic small river. It was only maybe like 20 feet wide, but decently deep with forests on both sides. We were happily canoing down and looking at the forest when we heard a huge splash right in front of us and saw an alligator slither into the water in front of our canoe. We basically disturbed his afternoon nap on the sun that was filtering thru the trees, so he went to hide in the water. It was not possible to go forward as we would have had to go right over him. A very bad idea as alligators basically roll over their prey. We just very carefully backed off respecting his territory.

                      If one already grabbed you by the arm or leg or something, yell for help but don’t struggle as the damage will be more severe. Last year we had a guy who went swimming at one of the rivers in our area at a designated swimming spot, but early in the morning, not the normal time humans are around. He slid and fell while walking down some steps to the water, triggering the alligator that was napping under the stairs to attack. Fortunately he had a couple of friends around who ran for help, but the guy lost an arm.

                      Alwayas respect nature and her creatures. 😉

                    • Håkan February 27, 2013, 8:35 AM

                      Aahh, interesting. There aren’t that many dangerous animals here in Sweden. There are bears, but they are quite rare, although I guess they could be aggressive if they feel threatened or if you get near a cub. There are also vipers, which are not lethal, but apparently quite high on the toxicity level internationally. They’re very shy, though, so if you just stomp around and act big, they’ll mostly slither away. The animal that’s responsible for most deadly accidents is probably the moose, not due to any aggression, they’re mostly quite slow and docile, but because they’re so damn huge, they’re occasionally crossing the highways and if you’re driving a car it’s akin to running straight into a tree trunk. My brother actually hit a moose once, but I think he was running slowly or something, so he got away without any major damage.

                    • admin February 27, 2013, 12:52 PM

                      Hakan, yeah, moose are an issue here as well. Not here in Florida, but up North. As you said; they are so huge!!! You don’t want to run into one of those guys. But they probably get blinded by car-lights like most animals do, so it would be hard to avoid them – especially at night.

                      Here we only have deer. And they are the small kind. Very cute too. In the evenings they line up at the side of the highway and munch on the grass – hundreds of them. Sadly they get hit sometimes. We also have black bears, but they are also smallish – they like to dig in garbage cans. And we have bobcats and mountain lions (also called Florida panthers). Mountain lions are very elusive though and rarely seen. Beautiful creatures with long thick tails. Bobcats are similar but with short tails, also more common. 😀

                    • Håkan February 26, 2013, 7:22 PM

                      I believe they have some poisonous spiders, though… 😉

                    • Worriz vs Furty February 27, 2013, 1:19 PM

                      Yep!!!! Or a sailboat for that matter!! 🙂

  • Crazy bricks February 22, 2013, 1:19 PM

    Does any one know how much the Train Chase set is

  • pythor953 February 22, 2013, 1:35 PM

    It’s nice to see the smallest set includes a white horse, very handy for LOTR 🙂

  • tgb.legoguy February 22, 2013, 2:06 PM

    What are the prices for the ones that you didn’t give a description for?

    • admin February 22, 2013, 5:48 PM

      The Cavalry Builder is $13, the Camp is $20, Colby City is $50, and the Mine is $70. Hope that helps. 😉

      • Worriz vs Furty March 5, 2013, 9:09 AM

        Colby City is $49.99! 😉

        • admin March 5, 2013, 10:14 AM

          LOL! all right, you can have your penny back. 🙄

          • Worriz vs Furty March 8, 2013, 1:09 PM

            Right!!!!! LOL 😉

  • ninjanut February 22, 2013, 2:20 PM

    I like the soilder battle pack! anyway Admin did you get my post about the X-Wing?

  • ninjanut February 22, 2013, 2:20 PM

    I like the soilder battle pack! anyway Admin did you get my post about the X-Wing Review?

    • admin February 22, 2013, 5:30 PM

      I did, and it is a good start, but I don’t think I can use it in it’s current format. It is way too short. Articles have to be at least 500 words long, and reviews need to be be a little bit more then this is a great set love it. Again; I think you are on the right track and if you would expand on your review I can have it posted. 😉

      • ninjanut February 22, 2013, 8:10 PM

        Ok, I will work on it tonight i will send it when it has over 500 words

  • Jacob February 22, 2013, 3:58 PM

    I knew this for a while now, but I LOVE the fact that the crow comes off the hair piece. Makes both of them significantly more useful (I actually want a few of those crow parts, and now have more motivation to buy duplicates of the sets because of this.) The female hair piece and hat being separate parts, while not as excited about, I like as well. I do like the hat/ hair combo in the train chase, and hope to see it reused. Would liked to have seen another figure in the Comanche camp. I’ll still pick it up, but one more figure would improve it. Still, the return of the canoe is very nice.

    The biggest thing I am disappointed in right now is the cattle skull. It looks great, but it seems to only be in one of the larger sets. Since they went ahead and made two new molds, I was hoping they would actually use them. I need quite a few of them. It is much closer to the skull on the Goblin King’s staff than a human skull, and I have a relative who I made some LEGO western M.O.C.s for (really just a modified Woody’s Roundup with extra accessories) who would love a few of them.

    • Strider February 23, 2013, 7:43 AM

      Before you pick uo a lot of the same sets, I would wait and see. Sometimes Legos gives us extra accessories 🙂

  • ninjanut February 23, 2013, 7:39 AM

    I would get 2 calvary builders cause a cheap way to get flesh faces SWEET!

    • Strider February 23, 2013, 12:19 PM

      Im guessing you prefer flesh color over yellow, me too!

      • ninjanut February 23, 2013, 8:43 PM

        I like them both but i love making modern war and space minifigs so i prefer flesh in that catagory and i would like to try Apocalypse/zombie mocs sometime soon 😀

        • ninjanut February 24, 2013, 8:54 AM

          well maybe not lego zombies cause my mom probally won’t let me have them, but nuclear fallouts, apocalypse well to say all of it in one word Doomsday!!!

      • Worriz vs Furty February 27, 2013, 1:21 PM

        Yellow! 🙂

  • Strider February 23, 2013, 7:48 AM

    I think I will stick to Hobbit sets for this year. Bag end is so nice looking.

  • Håkan February 27, 2013, 10:14 PM

    Our elusive cat is the lynx. Very hard to spot.

    We have deer at our countryside, but we mostly consider them a nuisance, since they’ll always be eating all our flowers that we planted… Maybe it’s a lost battle on my mother’s behalf…

    • admin February 28, 2013, 10:30 AM

      The lynx is a beautiful cat! I didn’t know you guys had them! And yeah, deer thinks of your garden as a salad-bar especially prepared for them. They wonder why humans make this nice salad-bar, then get all upset when the guests show up. 🙄

  • Worriz vs Furty March 8, 2013, 1:11 PM

    Admin any news for the lone ranger??

    • admin March 8, 2013, 1:21 PM

      Geneva is writing a post about it with some updates as we speak. 😉

  • Lone Tonto March 12, 2013, 2:12 PM


  • Alex H. April 6, 2013, 12:22 PM

    These sets will hit the shelf on April 15th. My local Kmart had shelved a case of set number 79107 priced 19.99 USD. I grabbed one and at the checkout it flagged as “before shelf date”. Unfortunately I was unable to purchase the set. It was a very nice set for the price. Very nice minifigures, especially The Lone Ranger with his gun. I will be back on April 15th to get this set as well as the others that look equally awesome.

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