The new collection of 252 cards will be decorated with the same LEGO-ised versions of Star Wars characters, vehicles, planets and classic scenes that we’ve become used to through the numerous media platforms that LEGO has utilised, starting with the first LEGO Star Wars Video Game back in 2005 (incidentally the last time a LEGO Star Wars computer title was released in the same year as a movie).
The bulk of the cards are being released through three series in booster and multipacks and will number in the tens of thousands, meaning that there won’t be a shortage of nearly 95% of collection. However there will be 20 cards that are going to be released outwith these avenues and will be printed in limited numbers.
|Card #/Name||Print Run||Publication||Release|
|LE01 Master Yoda||50000||Starter Pack||Now|
|LE02 Obi-Wan Kenobi||12500||Multipack (series 1)||Now|
|LE03 Jedi Master
|12500||Multipack (series 1)||Now|
|LE04 Han Solo||12500||Multipack (series 2)||Now|
|LE05 Chewbacca||12500||Multipack (series 2)||Now|
|LE06 Anakin Skywalker||12500||Multipack (series 3)||Now|
|LE07 Rey||12500||Multipack (series 3)||Now|
|LE08 Poe Dameron||12500||Multipack (series 4)||Now|
|LE09 Finn||12500||Multipack (series 4)||Now|
|LE10 Captain Rex||5000||Tin Box (series 1)||Oct|
|LE11 Darth Vader||5000||Tin Box (series 1)||Oct|
|LE12 Darth Maul||5000||Tin Box (series 1)||Oct|
|LE13 Captain Phasma||5000||Tin Box (series 2)||Oct|
|LE14 General Grievous||5000||Tin Box (series 2)||Oct|
|LE15 Kylo Ren||5000||Tin Box (series 2)||Oct|
|LE16 Death Trooper||5000||Tin Box (series 3)||Oct|
|LE17 Boba Fett||5000||Tin Box (series 3)||Oct|
|LE18 Imperator||5000||Tin Box (series 3)||Oct|
|LE19 Anakin Skywalker
vs Count Dooku
|LE20 Luke Skywalker
vs Darth Vader
|110000||LEGO Star Wars Magazine||TBD|
With thanks to Siobhan at Immediate Media for sharing the above information. We’ll be bringing you more news on these as it emerges.
This post originally appeared on Rebelscum.com on the 3rd of September, 2018.
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Having enjoyed playing with LEGO from his earliest years, Jeremy started collecting LEGO Star Wars in 1999 when the theme was first released. He has shared his thoughts and opinions on LEGO via a number of websites – including starwars.com, rebelscum.com and brickset.com – contributed to the LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary series and served the LEGO Ambassador Network as a Recognised LEGO Fan Media representative.