Star Wars Celebrates Original Trilogy With New LEGO Sets


 The success and popularity of Star Wars has increased in recent years. After a trilogy of sequels, the franchise was saved with Disney+ Lucasfilms effort, The Mandalorian. Because of that series, IP thrived on more than it had in a long time. But behind all the new projects, it's sometimes easy to forget where it all started: the original trilogy.

The journey of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Princess Leia begins this whole vast world where people all over the world have fallen in love. The franchise, and the many stories that have emerged from it, would not have existed if George Lucas had not created Star Wars: A New Hope in 1977.

Now, it looks like Lucasfilm doesn't want fans or the general public to forget its Star Wars roots.

Original LEGO Trilogy Set

Thanks to listings on Amazon, two new LEGO Star Wars sets have been revealed, both focusing on key moments in the original trilogy.

The first is called “Jedi Dagobah Training” and features Luke learning from Master Yoda on a swampy planet, a moment from The Empire Strikes Back.

Its main display base also features Yoda's iconic quote: “Do it. Or not. No trials."

The second set is from scenes found in A New Hope. "Death Star Trench Run" sees the moment where Luke Skywalker manages to blow up planet Empire's assassin.

Celebrating Star Wars in LEGO Form

It's far from the only LEGO set from that Star Wars era—but at least it's good to see them continue to be made. With The Book of Boba Fett just now airing and Obi-Wan Kenobi just around the corner, one would think that's where all the attention will be.

Hopefully, the company will continue to look back on those old films and recreate more iconic moments. Maybe next, fans will see the set for Kenobi's final fight with Darth Vader or Vader's pivotal moment when he fought Emperor Palpatine.

For those looking for more LEGO Star Wars content, there's a game under that umbrella set to release on April 5: The Skywalker Saga. Fun Adventures has nearly all of the content one would want from a franchise in bricks and is likely to be a source of entertainment for a long time.

The next live-action Star Wars project is Obi-Wan Kenobi, which will hit Disney+ on May 25.

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