The Best Lego Star Wars Sets You Can Buy Right Now

first_img Lego Unveils ‘Friends’ 25th Anniversary Central Perk SetThis Tree House Is Lego’s Most Sustainable Set Ever Stay on target At this year’s Toy Fair in New York, Lego was once again proudly displaying a whole array of hardware. As always, they had plenty of sets from their Star Wars line-up to show off. We took plenty of pictures to share with you… and put together a list of some of their best sets you can buy right now to build out (or kick off!) your Lego Star Wars collection.75168 Yoda’s Starfighter -$19.99If you’re looking for a nice, inexpensive set to get your collection started, this could be the one. It features Yoda and R2 and lots of nice articulation. Printed bricks would be a nice improvement over the stickers, but at this price that’s not to be expected.75317 Carbon Freezing Chamber – $23.85It’s one of the smaller sets on store shelves right now, but it comes with Han, Boba Fett, and Ugnaught minifigs. That’s cool enough, but Lego built a pretty fun little action feature into this one. There’s a mechanism that lets you pop Han in his Carbonite cocoon up from the depths.75112 General Grievous Buildable Figure – $34.47Not every Star Wars character translates well into Lego’s Hero Factory/Bionicle-style buildable figures. General Grievous is one that does… and it’s good form to give a nod to the prequels in your collection, even if you’re not a huge fan. This badass Grievous is an easy addition to justify.75154 TIE Striker – $52.46You can’t like the rebel troop’s odds of survival in this set — he’s outnumbered three to one — but what’s not to like about the Striker itself? It’s got good size and playability, some very nice printed details, and a reasonable price tag to boot.75153 AT-ST Walker – $31.00All good Lego Star Wars collections need an Imperial walker, and this is a solid option. Like the TIE Striker, this is a nice mid-sized set with a moderate price tag. It’s nicely articulated and has moving legs and turrets as well as Lego’s fun spring-loaded shooters. One nice bonus about this set: if you look around right now, you might be able to find a deal on it.75093 Death Star Final Duel – $104.49Why not make one of the most memorable scenes from the franchise the center piece of your collection? For about a hundred bucks, you get Luke, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, and a pair of Royal Guards and a slick little playset that recreates that touching father-son breakthrough when Vader chucks Palpatine over the railing.75105 Millennium Falcon – $119.00If you’re a Star Wars fan and you’re building your Lego collection, how can you not want to add the Millennium Falcon to it? Lego has offered a few versions of the iconic ship over the years, and the current one is very cool. It measures 18 inches from front to back, and the interior is nicely detailed (and easily accessible). Minifigs include a gray-haired Han, Chewie, Rey, Finn, BB-8, criminal scum Tasu Leech, and one of his gang members.75060 UCS Slave I – $272.87This set is two thousand pieces of pure awesome befitting one of the baddest bounty hunters in the brick-built galaxy. It’s nearly the same size as the Falcon, and, like other UCS sets, Slave I is stunningly detailed. It features a cargo hold (with room for carbonite-encased smugglers), wings and blasters that rotate, and four nicely-printed minifigs.All photos by our videographer Jonno Hill.View as: One Page Slides1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.last_img read more