75237 TIE Fighter Attack – US$19.99
This 77-piece set features an easy-to-build TIE Fighter and a small Rebel command station.
The model TIE Fighter, as seen in the blockbuster Star Wars: A New Hope movie, features an opening minifigure cockpit with space to sit the TIE Fighter Pilot, plus Starter Brick lower frame and wings to quickly get your child building and playing in an exciting LEGO Star Wars galaxy far, far away.
TIE Fighter LEGO Star Wars ship measures over 5″ (14cm) high, 4″ (11cm) long and 4″ (12cm) wide.
Includes two LEGO Star Wars minifigures – a TIE Fighter Pilot and a Rebel Fleet Trooper – with blaster weapons.
75247 Rebel A-Wing Starfighter – US$19.99
This 62-piece set features an easy-to-build A-wing Starfighter and a service station mini build with a barrier, wrench and other small details.
The A-wing, as seen in the blockbuster Star Wars: A New Hope movie, features an opening cockpit to sit the pilot in and a Starter Brick base to quickly get your child building and playing in an exciting LEGO Star Wars setting.
A-wing LEGO Star Wars ship measures over 2″ (6cm) high, 5″ (13cm) long and 4″ (11cm) wide.
Includes two LEGO Star Wars minifigures – an A-Wing Pilot with blaster pistol and legendary droid, C-3PO with marshalling paddles.
75235 X-Wing Starfighter Trench Run – US$29.99
This 132 piece set features an easy-to-build X-wing Starfighter and a turret with firing disc shooters.
The X-wing, as seen in the blockbuster Star Wars: A New Hope movie, features opening wings and a cockpit to sit Luke in, plus a Starter Brick base to quickly get your child building and playing in an exciting LEGO Star Wars galaxy far, far away.
X-wing LEGO Star Wars construction toy measures over 3″ (9cm) high, 5″ (15cm) high and 7″ (18cm) wide.
Includes two LEGO Star Wars minifigures: Luke Skywalker in his X-wing pilot suit with lightsaber and a Stormtrooper with blaster, plus an R2-D2 LEGO figure.
These three 4+ sets combine with for loads of fun-filled LEGO Star Wars adventures and will be available from the full range of online and offline retailers from early January.
This post originally appeared on Rebelscum.com on the 22nd of November, 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.