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LEGO today during their LEGO Con even has revealed three new Star Wars LEGO sets based on the Disney+ The Mandalorian series. Check out the details and images for these below. These will be made available on August 1, 2021.

LEGO Star Wars Imperial Light Cruiser| $159.99 | 1,336 Pieces
Star Wars: The Mandalorian fans can recreate epic hero vs. villain battles from Season 2 with the first-ever LEGO brick-built model of the Imperial Light Cruiser.
Includes 5 LEGO minifigures: The Mandalorian, Cara Dune, Fennec Shand, Moff Gideon and a new-for-August-2021 Dark Trooper, plus a LEGO figure of the Child (Grogu), affectionately known as Baby Yoda.
The starship features a bridge that doubles as a handle for flying, 2 rotating turrets with spring-loaded shooters, 2 mini TIE Fighters and a launcher, plus a hatch to access the cabin.

LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett’s Starship | $49.99 | 593 Pieces
Includes 2 LEGO minifigures: Boba Fett with a blaster and The Mandalorian with his blaster rifle and a beskar spear, plus a Carbonite brick to add to the creative play possibilities.
The starship has a handle for easy flying, an opening LEGO minifigure cockpit, rotating wings, 2 stud shooters, 2 rotating dual blaster cannons (non-shooting) and a compartment for a Carbonite brick.
Also includes a transporter vehicle to move the starship on the ground in play scenarios; this also makes a great display stand for builders to show off their creation in an upright flight position.

LEGO Star Wars Imperial Armored Marauder | $39.99 | 478 Pieces
Star Wars: The Mandalorian fans can play out action-packed battles between Greef Karga and Stormtroopers with this LEGO brick model of the Imperial Armored Marauder from Season 2.
Includes 4 LEGO minifigures: Greef Karga with a blaster pistol, 2 Stormtroopers with blasters and a new-for-August-2021 Artillery Stormtrooper with a mortar gun and backpack accessory element.
The buildable Marauder model has 4 stud shooters, including 2 on the rotating rear turret, 2 foldout blaster cannons (non-shooting), a LEGO minifigure cockpit and a cabin for 2 LEGO minifigures.






















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The printing on Boba Fett's torso, arms, and legs look great, but I'm really disappointed they used the same old sand green for Boba's helmet and jetpack, considering that minifigure is supposed to represent him in his repainted armor. The helmet, chest armor, and jetpack are all supposed to be the same shade of green for once. And there are green bricks in that very set that match the color of the chest armor printing. Just embarassing.
It's also a little hard to tell, but it looks like Moff Gideon might be lacking his mustache? I also would have liked to see them use all new parts for the Dark Troopers aside from the head piece, which I guarantee is just a helmet. The Cara Dune minifig is still too dark, but it looks to be a straight reuse of the initial figure, so I can kind of understand it. Shouldn't have made that kind of mistake in the first place, tho.
Fennec Shand looks cool. I very much want to see her face printing, and I would hope she comes with a hair piece, which isn't pictured, so she probably doesn't. Season 2 Greef Karga looks good.
The vehicles/ships all look great. Small but great.

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FYI - Posts that try and take this thread off topic of the LEGO sets themselves and turn it into a topic about Disney's decision to change the name of Boba Fett's ship will be automatically be deleted. Sorry but unfortunately there is a demonstrated history of people not being able to discuss things like that here without it degenerating into fighting. If your unaware or confused by this, there is an article on the JI main page about it.

I am sure there will be people who think the name change is dumb and others who don't or see it as a big deal. Both opinions are legit, but regardless fighting about it here isn't going to change Disney's decisions one way or the other.

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Glad a disclaimer was tossed out to keep the peace (hopefully no one has already got out of pocket)...


I'm not mad at LEGO for cranking out these "mini" ships.  It's a great way to get some good ships added at a cheaper price point. Seeing as the other Boba ships were bigger, this definitely is a nice space saver piece.   I do agree I wish Lego would have went all out and given us a repainted Boba...I may swap out some black lower limbs for mine. Grabbing this

That Armored Marauder surprised me...I didn't think it would grab me like it did.  I'll have to get this one.  And Cara Dune  is a added bonus...I just couldn't stomach that AT-ST to get here.  Glad I waited. Grabbing this to my surprise

Ugh, that Imperial Cruiser is....I just can't.  It's not bad.  I like this ship...just, No.  I REALLY wish LEGO would bring back the midi scale and do capital ships for all eras in that format.  Have a fig you could display next to it because lots of detail is lost making it have play value. I'd love to have Fennec Shad and Moff Gideon...and after seeing the most recent Bad Batch episode...I'll hold out and hope they do her ship (and Cad Bane's) and I can get her that way.

Hell do a Outlander and give me Moff Gideon there...I'd go for that


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