Lego Announces New ‘Mandalorian’-Inspired Razor Crest Set

Lego Announces New ‘Mandalorian’-Inspired Razor Crest Set

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There’s nothing more satisfying than an ultra-specific Lego set. You’ve seen the Lego Central Perk building set, the “Seinfeld” apartment, complete with hidden Superman stickers and a party pole, and perhaps most impressively, their hulking 9,000-piece Titanic set. Now Lego has unveiled a new Razor Crest Lego Set, inspired by the first episode of ‘The Mandalorian’.

Released on October 7, the 6,187-piece structure is packed with authentic details that reference memorable moments from the “Star Wars” series.

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Crazy specificity is the power of Lego. If you’re deep into mythology and Roman history, there’s a Lego set for that. Marvel fan? Choose from the countless Lego offers. Here’s our list of favorite Lego sets that are perfect for any brand fanatic in your life.

the razor blade

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The “Mandalorian” inspired Razor Crest measures over 28 inches and includes huge engines that take off for easy viewing, a detailed interior, a removable cockpit that gives access to the sleeping quarters. In addition, it has side hatches and a luggage compartment with a weapon cabinet, a freezer room the size of a minifigure and a detachable escape pod.


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The office

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Recreate the best scenes from “The Office” with this super-detailed Lego set that lets you recreate the most memorable scenes from the hit NBC sitcom. Catch Michael Scott with his famous World’s Best Boss mug and Stanley sitting at his desk with a giant pretzel in honor of Pretzel Day (IYKYK).


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Home alone

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Fans of “Home Alone” won’t be disappointed with this ultra-specific set, designed by a fan himself who submitted his idea to the Lego Ideas platform. After assembling a total of 3,995 pieces, the bulk of the structure of the Lego Ideas concept, you can head through the recognizable mansion to recreate some of the film’s best scenes, such as the aftershave fiasco of Kevin McCallister, the infamous fake Christmas party and his unparalleled zipline adventure.


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Titaniek

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You can almost smell the salty sea in this beautiful Titanic set of 9,090 parts. This working model allows you to raise and lower the anchor and also rotate the propellers to keep the motors running. This is the largest Lego set ever put together by the company, and if you put the whole thing together in less than 48 hours, you’ll be the (very tired) king of the world. Currently available for pre-order on the Lego site for a whopping $629.99.


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Apartment ‘Seinfeld’

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Described as having the Top 10 “Seinfeld” Easter Eggs, this new 1,300+ piece set on August 1st features everything from a marble rye and a Festivus pole to a “Prognosis Negative” VHS tape. All four funny New Yorkers plus neighbor Newman are also accounted for in minifig form. (Unfortunately, however, the Jerry minifig is NOT in a puffy shirt, nor does he have a black and white cookie.) The main house is Jerry’s apartment (complete with Superman stickers for the refrigerator and studio lighting to account for the lack of the fourth wall) , but there’s also a much smaller secondary piece to put together for the titular character’s stand-up segments.


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‘Friends’ Apartment

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If you’ve gotten bored of reenacting classic scenes from “Friends” in Central Perk, you can now extend to all the antics that took place in Joey and Chandler’s apartment, as well as Monica and Rachel’s apartment who became Monica and Chandler. At nearly 2,050 pieces, the double room set includes everything from Monica’s secret messy closet to the Barcaloungers. Like the Central Perk set that preceded it, these apartments are treated as if they were being built on a Hollywood soundstage, framed in scaffolding and studio lights for all your possible stop-motion TikTok video needs. All six titular friends are represented in new minifig form, and this time – oh my God! — Janice is also included.


‘Friends’

$59.99

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Infinite Glove

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Build the most powerful object in the universe. Marvel just dropped this Lego recreation of the Infinity Gauntlet, complete with Infinity Gems. Recreate the snapping or use your gauntlet to restore justice and peace to the world, it’s all up to you. Only 590 pieces, even the youngest of Groots should be able to reconstruct this golden glove. Don’t hesitate to pull the trigger on this purchase as it is already sold out on Amazon.


Infinite Glove

$69.99

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venom

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We didn’t know Lego art like this existed until we saw the red Venom tongue turn Lego blocks into this comic book-inspired Venom head. This bust of the Marvel symbiote character crosses the line of good and evil, much like his movie version from the movie starring Tom Hardy as human reporter Eddie Brock by day, and flesh craving alien parasite Venom by night. (or when Venom is hungry, which is technically the time). The 565 piece is perfect for any mantel or nightstand as it is art without a doubt.


poison head

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Daily Bugle

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Celebrate your love for all things Spider-Man by bringing chaos and madness straight to Peter Parker’s workplace. This Marvel Lego set builds the iconic Daily Bugle building, home to New York City’s finest paper. This massive build comes with 25 minifigs, including the Green Goblin, Black Cat, Spider-Gwen, Venom, and (of course) J. Jonah Jameson. With 3,770 pieces and battle-ready Lego bricks, there’s no cartoon scene you can’t recreate.



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Vintage Mickey and Minnie

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Disney characters aren’t just for kids and nothing proves that better than Lego’s buildable Mickey and Minnie statues. They are 6 inches tall and posable, with Mickey holding a soapbox guitar and Minnie holding a bouquet of flowers. (Additional parts of the set are an old-fashioned film camera on a tripod and a small photo album). Intended for builders ages 18 and up, they are designed as decorative additions to anyone’s home or workspace, right up to the classic movie cell they stand on. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t fun to be had with them either.


Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse

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Colosseum

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The recreation of the historic Colosseum in Rome, retailing for nearly $550 and just over 9,000 pieces, is arguably one of the most extravagant mass-produced Lego sets on the market today. It is also literally the largest and probably one of the most methodical to put together as most of the pieces are the same color and need to be arranged in an oval pattern which is quite mesmerizing. Details such as arches, paths and olive trees will further lend themselves to the authenticity of the collectible version of the real amphitheater.



Colosseum

$549.99

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Disney Castle

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If you’ve got a weekend to kill (maybe it’s raining, maybe you’re still waiting for your last quarantine before you’re fully vaxxed), the Disney castle set might be even more fun to put together than to play with. With over 4,000 pieces, including minifigures of everyone’s favorites Mickey and Minnie Mouse, the building is part architectural and part perfect Disney detail. The back of the castle features individually themed rooms for classic properties from ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ to ‘Aladdin’.



Cinderella’s Castle

$349.99

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Nintendo Entertainment System

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Who needs a real game console when you can build one out of Lego! Build your own Nintendo Entertainment System from the 2,646 piece kit and then start building your own small TV. Caught in time (and on your Lego screen) is the world’s best video game from “Super Mario Bros.”


Nintendo Lego set

$229.99

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Sesame Street Kit

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Lego suggests that this set should be built by someone over the age of 18, but in reality it’s fun for the whole family. The youngest members, who may still watch the show often, will get a kick out of seeing the colorful brownstone and Hooper’s grocery come into their own homes in a new way, while the older members get a sense of nostalgia at Bert’s building. and put Ernie’s apartment and Oscar the Grouch’s garbage corner and even pigeons on the roof. Fair warning though: you may find yourself alternating between singing “Rubber Duckie” and counting the different pieces as you pop them out of the bag as you work on this. (“One – one Big Bird minifigure, ah ha ha!”)


Sesame Street 123

$119.99

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Hogwarts Castle

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Create the magic of “Harry Potter” by building your own Hogwarts school. The 6,020-piece set comes with all sorts of magical quirks, including 27 microfigures from the books and movies, the Whomping Willow, Hagrid’s Hut, and more. Get it for the holidays so it can be your “festive” decor (and then you’ll have a great excuse to leave it for months!)


Hogwarts Castle

$399

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