Images of eight Star Wars sets have been found- five from Episode IX, one from the upcoming The Mandalorian TV series, one from Episode IV and a Yoda sculpture. The images aren't watermarked but it isn't really clear if they should be posted yet, so check out the link and the images won't be added here just yet. Here's a list of the sets:
We haven't even seen any of the 2019 Star Wars sets yet but we've been given a look at two sets which will be released in the first 2020 wave. 75270 Obi-Wan's Hut and 75271 Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder are both Episode IV sets which will be on display at the 2019 Comic-Con International. Both will go on sale in 2020 for US $29.99.
What do you think of the sets? Let us know in the comments.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of LEGO Star Wars! LEGO's issued a press release talking about the theme's history and some obscure facts- check out the opening below, or read the full press release here.
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The LEGO Group raises its lightsabers to toast the fans instrumental to the success of the LEGO® Star Wars™ 20-year legacy and launches five new special edition sets to mark the anniversary.
Twenty years ago, in a galaxy far, far away, the LEGO® Star Wars™ collaboration entered the lives of millions of children and fans around the world. Today, the LEGO Group is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the much-loved range that continues to unite fans of all ages and has inspired some of the greatest battles ever built.
LEGO Star Wars was the LEGO Group’s first IP franchise and has since remained one of the most popular, allowing fans across generations and geographies to come together in fun and challenging building exercises. Around 700 different sets (including 1,000 LEGO Star Wars minifigures), five video games, several television and web series, and an abundance of other fun merchandise have been released since the initial launch.
Jens Kronvold Frederiksen, Creative Director of LEGO Star Wars, said: “LEGO play and Star Wars is a dream collaboration for us, and we feel privileged to have one of the strongest fan communities out there who continue to inspire and challenge us to push the boundaries. This 20-year milestone is really a dedication and testimony to our loyal fans who have built, reimagined, battled and shared their LEGO Star Wars adventures with us for two decades. Twenty years on, the Force is still with us and there’s still so much more to come.”