Taking place between THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK and RETURN OF THE JEDI, this new Lego Star Wars series follows a family of scavengers who build and sell starships from battle debris strewn throughout the galaxy. When their youngest discovers a natural connection with the Force through an ancient artifact – the Kyber Saber –he and his family are thrown into an epic struggle against the Empire to restore peace and freedom to the galaxy. The Freemakers explore new worlds, meet new and familiar characters and discover the strength of family.
We keep getting news of new LEGO Star Wars stuff coming our way. Recently, we had the reveal of the Rebel Combat Frigate, and the talk about what will bring is ramping up. You’d almost miss this polybag that surfaced today. It’s an A-wing pilot as seen in , featuring that lovely helmet that resembles the one from the recent B-wing set, but with a different print. Notice that this is a completely different design from the A-wing pilot that comes in this summer’s A-wing and TIE Advanced set, so that set and this figure will complement each other nicely. No word yet on the availability of this figure though, but you can already discuss it and stay up to date in the on Eurobricks.
In 2015, Star Wars is set to have a third-coming as a franchise the likes of which the box office has never seen before. And while we’re still more than a year away from seeing the first LEGO Star Wars Episode VII set, LEGO has got a pretty solid LEGO Star Wars 2015 sets wave lined up to launch in winter 2015! If you’re hoping for original trilogy LEGO Star Wars sets you may be disappointed, but if you’re looking forward to new LEGO Star Wars MicroFighters, Rebels or Troop Builder sets, you’ll be pleased with early 2015…
On the upside, LEGO is not moving away from releasing mini LEGO Stars vehicle at all. In fact, we may be getting some even better small-scale LEGO Star Wars vehicles in 2014! News has leaked out regarding six sets in a brand new line of small LEGO Star Wars vehicles. Priced cheaply at $10-$20 each, the sets are intended to bring in new LEGO Star Wars collectors by offering iconic vehicles at a low price-point.