Nice! I wonder if it will be in stock for May the Fourth promo purchases.
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I started collecting LEGO right at the time the other set was being retired. That being said if this is going to be $350 then I can probably keep living without one unless I find a good deal on it.
I didn't recall seeing them at Toy Fair, but were there any new sets shown/announced for the Hobbit or LOTR lines, or do we already know everything that is on the way this year?
The Mirror of Galadriel – Includes Frodo in a plain shirt and Galadriel. There is a small mirror and a statue. – $12.99
Amon Hen Ambush – Includes 2 Uruk Hai, Boromir, and what he believes is Merry. Small set of steps and the palantir tower. – $25.99
The Defence of Osgiliath – Includes 2 Orcs, a Gondor Knight, and maybe a Ranger. Small orc boat and ruins. – $40.00
Witch King Showdown – Includes the Witch King, Theoden, a Rider of Rohan (Eowyn), a white horse, and a Nazgul. Also includes a Fellbeast and small grassy area. – $60.00
The Battle of Minas Tirith – Includes Gandalf, 2 Gondor Knights, maybe 4 Orcs, a troll, and possibly Pippen. Set has 1 large gate at ground level, 2 smaller levels with a small house and the citadel. Also includes an orc catapult outside the city. – $120.00
As much as we, the fans who take part in discussions on a Star Wars collecting website, are into Star Wars... NEWS FLASH! Not the rest of the world is.
I can't help but think of what a complete and utter waste of time it is to give a flying **** what Lena Dunham of all people thinks about Star Wars.
Lena Dunham is too young to appreciate/understand Star Wars. I'm not going to fault her for that. It's just not her thing.
Are these sets exclusives to the different retailers listed below (and Lego.com)?
75013 - Umbaran UHC (Target)
75024 - HH-87 Skyhopper (WalMart)
75025 - Jedi Defender Class Cruiser (TRU)
I must have missed the memo and thought that these were going to be available through all retailers.
How does Lego get away with this, but Rocket Fett or hard plastic guns from Hasbro are considered a chocking hazard?
Disney Droids are, for some odd reason, some of my favorite pieces I have. Love sneaking them in with random figures like they're following them around or something.