SYFY Wire revealed LEGO’s exclusive for this year’s SDCC. Fans and collectors know that LEGO’s convention exclusives are the most sought after and hardest to get. Just look at this past year’s NYCC Brickheadz. Check out it all out from SYFY Wire:
We’re excited to announce that one of LEGO’s special, limited edition 2018 exclusives available to purchase only at SDCC is the Millennium Falcon cockpit from Solo: A Star Wars Story.
The 203-piece brick set reproduces the still pristine cockpit of the Falcon featured in the film, along with the iconic duo of Chewbacca and Han Solo co-piloting side-by-side. It comes in retro, limited edition packaging. And yes, minifigures of young Han Solo and Chewbacca are included in the mini-set, which will retail for $40.
So now that everyone has the NYCC Boba Fett/Han Solo BrickHeadz 2-pack, LEGO is releasing a wide release, stand alone, Boba Fett BrickHeadz figure. Other new Star Wars BrickHeadz coming soon are a Luke Skywalker and Yoda 2-pack along with “A New Hope” Princess Leia. No word on when they are scheduled to be released. (more…)
So I’m sure you have seen images of the Millennium Falcon from the upcoming Han Solo movie and wondering why it looks different. Many casual observers claim it’s just so they can sell more toys. While this is true, there is more to it.
If you weren’t aware, Han Solo is a story about a young Han Solo. The early days when he first met Chewie and obtained the Falcon. All this happening way before any events in A New Hope. (more…)
After completing a ship in a bottle kit, screenprinter Jake Sadovich of Garden City, Idaho decided to make a LEGO one. Soon after, he submitted his model to LEGO Ideas where it quickly gained the community support it needed to be reviewed to put it into production and sold around the globe.
In an interview with LEGO Ideas, he was asked how he felt about getting the “magic 10,000 votes” from the community, “Awesome and kind of strange. Excitement at reaching the 10K mark, and in just 48 days! A great feeling of satisfaction that so many people liked my creation and gratitude that they took the time to support it and make this happen.”