As we discussed previously, during the recent San Diego Comic-Con, LEGO made available several exclusives LEGO sets, minifigures, and other items (see: LEGO News from San Diego Comic-Con 2019). The SDCC-2019 minifigures come with exclusive printing and packaging, so if you want them, you will need to look for them on the secondary market. They are not cheap, but for some collectors the price is worth it. Here are the listings on eBay: LEGO SDCC-2019 ON EBAY
The SDCC-2019 sets also come in exclusive packaging, but the pieces are easily available. This means that if you want the packaging, you can get the sets from eBay, but if you only care for the models themselves, you can build them on your own.
To make this process easier, LEGO made the instructions available for all three SDCC-2019 sets. This includes the #77901 LEGO Star Wars Sith Trooper Bust, the #77902 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Captain Marvel and the Asis, and the #77903 LEGO DC Super Heroes The Dark Knight of Gotham City. Below are the links to download PDF instructions for all three sets:
- PDF Instructions – #77901 LEGO Star Wars Sith Trooper Bust
- PDF Instructions – #77902 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Captain Marvel
- PDF Instructions – #77903 LEGO DC Super Heroes Gotham City
If you plan to build these sets, I recommend downloading the PDF instructions to your computer or mobile device as it is likely LEGO won’t make them available forever. A download button should be appearing at the bottom of the screen when you open the documents. The last page of the instructions includes the parts lists. I would start here to gather the parts and make sure you have everything you need. You can substitute some parts during the building process, or order missing parts from BrickLink, or the LEGO Pick-A-Brick section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? How do you like the SDCC-2019 exclusives? Did you attend the event? And did you have a chance to get any of the exclusives? Are you planning to build any of them? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!
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I was just reading about the incredibly crazy lengths a person needs to go to simply attend SDCC and I think either you’d have better luck winning the lottery, or maybe you’d have an easier time attending as a popular creator of comic con guest (Like become the main star of one of a famous sci-fi/fantasy-fiction movie series) then to be able to attend! 😀
These Lego sets could be the most exclusive in history!
It’s nice that Lego offers the instructions.
I’m glad to see the instructions released. This is how SDCC exclusives should be done. Only make the box special, but the set should be standard parts. That way, if someone just wants to build it, they can.
I believe that most of those sets would contain some special parts, though…
Otherwise, I’d agree.
The Sith trooper looks so cool in red! I don’t know if I have all the red pieces needed, but I want to build that one. The Batman set is cool too. I like the microbuilds.
One of the parts was exclusive to this set, and needed a workaround, I believe.
Are the Batman tiles printed? And are they exclusive to this set?
If you look through the instructions, you can see that they are both printed. The 2×2 round tile came in other sets too. I’m not sure about the other one.
How can I get the parts that I’m missing? I would like to build these but I don’t have all the parts.
As mentioned in the article:
“You can substitute some parts during the building process, or order missing parts from BrickLink, or the LEGO Pick-A-Brick section of the Online LEGO Shop.”
You can get all the parts you need from Bricklink.com