LEGO has officially launched their product line for Solo: A Star Wars Story, so let’s take a look at what’s available.
All of the following products are currently available on the LEGO store’s website.
As is often the case, some of these sets may contain references to the movie that could be considered as spoilers, so be advised.
First up is the Kessel Run Millennium Falcon set. You may have seen this iconic ship adapted to LEGO form before, but this version features the Falcon from its hay day, just as it will be displayed in the film. The set includes seven (yeah, seven) minifigures: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Qi’ra, Lando Calrissian, Quay Tolsite, a Kessel Operations Droid, and a DD-BD droid. The cockpit can hold two mini figures at a time and has a detachable roof. Additionally, there are two-spring loaded shooters, rotating laser turrets, two minifigure gunner seats, a detachable interior, and more. With over 1,400 pieces, this set offers tons of variety for setting up and playing with.
Next up is the Imperial TIE Fighter set, which includes four minifigures: an Imperial Pilot, Han Solo, Tobias Beckett (in Mimban Stormtrooper disguise) and a Mimban Stormtrooper. This set also includes a two minifigure cockpit, as well as two-spring loaded turrets. The set is over 500 pieces, and even includes a number of blaster weapons.
The next set is the 464 piece Moloch’s Landspeeder. There are four minifigures included in this set: Moloch, Rebolt, and two Corellian Hounds. This Landspeeder features a functioning cockpit and back storage, as well as a six-stud rapid shooter.
The final set in the collection is Han Solo’s Landspeeder. This smaller 345 piece set includes a two minifigure cockpit, ammo storage, and a two-spring loaded shooter. Included minifigures are: Han Solo, Qi’ra, and a Corellian Hound.
Also available is the Imperial Patrol Battle Pack. This small 99 piece pack includes a speeder with stud shooters and four minifigures: an Imperial Recruitment Officer, Imperial Emigration Officer, and two Imperial Patrol Troopers.
LEGO has also released two more of their more detailed and posable figures as part of the Solo: A Star Wars Story line. The two figures are Han Solo and a Range Trooper, both with spring-loaded shooters included.
Lastly are two more of LEGO’s BrickHeadz figures. Both Han Solo and Chewbacca are available, and act as perfect decorations for any Star Wars fan’s collection.
The Solo: A Star Wars Story toy line was also just recently revealed by Disney, so make sure you also check out our original post for more information on new Star Wars merchandise.