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Brickipedia News:Force Friday II is here

User:NovaHawk 00:09, 1 September 2017 (UTC)
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September 1, 2017

It's September 1 in some parts of the world, which means we can finally legally post images of all the Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi sets. You'll find minifigure images, prices, piece counts and the official LEGO Shop description on each set's page. Without further ado, here's the lineup for the first wave of Episode VIII:

Buildable Figures

Let us know what you think of the sets in the comments below!

Be sure to check out the newly revealed 75192 Millennium Falcon too!


Tags: Star Wars 2017


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BerrybrickLegendary Brickipedian

2 months ago
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Deja vu? :P

I saw the Chewbacca set at Walmart a couple of weeks ago...pretty weird, since Walmarts around here usually get things late. The set isn't interesting enough to me that I picked it up (or maybe it's too interesting; it kind of looks uncanny) but I will get that Praetorian Guard. Nothing else interests me much. Rey should be more accessible, but her hairpiece is kind of ugly.
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NovaHawkLegendary Brickipedian

2 months ago
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Didn't see the hair before, now you mention it it is pretty strange looking, hoping it looks better in real life. What I don't get is the tan-coloured arms? Why would they do that? The buildable fig has the right colour scheme that they should be- why go with a colour that isn't even there? I'd prefer a flesh/grey dual-mould, but I'd even have been ok with plain grey. Tan is just weird, makes it look like discoloured skin.

But seriously- these prices are terrible. I was looking at picking something up tomorrow but I think I'll wait for a sale now. And don't say it's just typical Star Wars/licensed markup- look at the price difference between 75168 Yoda's Jedi Starfighter and 75176 Resistance Transport Pod- in the UK, 75176 is double the price for a set that contains 32 more pieces, and the ratio's not much better anywhere else either.
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NovaHawkLegendary Brickipedian

2 months ago
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Ok, so looking again, prices aren't too bad except for the smallest set. Still worse than usual, but half-reasonable I guess
NewsCategoryStar Wars + and 2017 +
NewsDate00:09:00, 1 September 2017 +
NewsTitleForce Friday II is here +