Update: Back in stock!
As inevitable as the sun rising and setting, a new Star Wars movie is coming, and with it, tons of new toys—ready and waiting to empty your wallet even before you get to the movie theater. In fact, the monetary assault of Solo merchandise begins at midnight tonight, so if you’re planning on picking up a Wookiee or six…
Is there anything more Star Wars than getting a cool new trailer for a movie and then immediately finding out which parts of said trailer you can buy in toy form? I’m not sure, and that’s not stopping Lego from revealing a ton of new Solo: A Star Wars Story Lego sets today—and it won’t be long before they’re on…
2010's Tron: Legacy’s has nothing on the 1982 original in terms of character development and story, but it looked real good. It certainly makes for an attractive new addition to the Lego Ideas line of fan-created sets. You can almost hear the Daft Punk.
This fan-made Tomb Raider piece is of course not an official LEGO product. There’s a bit too much going on for that.
If nobody is going to muster the will/cash for a new video game version of Star Wars’ pod-racing, then we’re going to have to settle for this movable, interactive LEGO take on it instead.
Lego returns to JK Rowling’s Wizarding World later this year, with new sets based on the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series. Like the Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall, a $99 set featuring ten minifigures, two buildable creatures and a ridiculous amount of detail.
Man, I don’t know what it is about it, but this might be the best Lego Millennium Falcon ever.
In today’s downloadable Black Panther level for Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2, Everett K. Ross is kidnapped by Erik Killmonger, setting up an epic showdown that doesn’t actually happen.
One of the most visually-appealing parts of The Last Jedi was the Battle of Crait. The bright white salt, the blood red soil, coming together to emphasize the clash of good and evil. Relive the moment with the Defense of Crait LEGO set, featuring a Ski Speeder (yes, that’s what it’s really called), a command tower,…
LEGO’s 1969 piece Saturn V Apollo kit is usually out of stock at major retailers, but Amazon has it for its $120 MSRP right now, which is honestly a great price for a kit that size, let alone such a coveted one. The set lets you build and simulate an entire Apollo mission, from launch, to orbit, to moon landing, to…
Clever artisans have been building bottled boats since the 1800s, using either long-handled tools or folding mast and sail trickery to create striking works of nautical art. Due out in February, the Lego Ideas version is more of a build-a-bottle-around-a-boat deal. Works for me.
Reading a hardcover compendium of LEGO Star Wars sets through the years might not be as fun as actually building and playing with them, but at $20, the book is cheaper than almost every one of the sets it covers, so it’s cheaper to live vicariously.
And, to be fair, it’s a Lego version. Still, this feat of creation is pretty amazing.
LEGO sets are a classic holiday gift, from big-ass sets that take hours to complete, to stocking stuffers. If you need a show-stopping gift for
yourself a kid in your family, I guess, Amazon is taking having a BOGO 50% off sale on 18 different sets. Lots are pop culture skewed, like Batman, Star Wars, and LEGO City,…
Cross off all the future engineers, architects, and LEGO lovers on your gift list with this one-day-only building set sale. It includes discounted LEGO sets, K’NEX, and Magformers, so you can be sure to get something for all ages and skills levels. Some of these, especially the LEGO sets, could sell out so grab what…
The ever-expanding city block that is the Lego Creator Expert line of building sets gets a welcome splash of neon pink and green with the January 1 release of the Downtown Diner. It’s 2,480 plastic pieces that combine to form three floors of 1950s-style entertainment.
Being a Star Wars actor has perks. There’s the money, and the fame, and, of course, the elaborate Lego sets.
Update: Sold out again, sorry!