LEGO Star Wars reveals new iconic sets available for pre-order now

A New Hope: Death Star control room. Photo supplied by Titan Publishing.
A New Hope: Death Star control room. Photo supplied by Titan Publishing. /

Two new LEGO Star Wars sets are set to make their way from a galaxy, far, far away. And these adult sets are, as Han Solo would put it, nothing short of one in a million.

The LEGO sets are based off the cinematic scenes from the movies of the original “Star Wars” trilogy and they were revealed on a post from the website “The Brother’s Brick.” The post states that the two sets are being advertised on

One of the sets featured is the “Death Star Trench Run” which is based on the Death Star attack run as seen in “Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope.” The set features Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing getting chased by Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced and the two accompanying TIE Fighters. In addition to the TIEs and the X-Wing, the trench is heavily detailed with a turret and several parts that encompass the trench walls.  This set will be available for $59.99 USD. In addition, the base of the set reads Darth Vader’s quote: “The Force is strong with this one.”

The second set revealed is the “Training on Dagobah” which is based on the scene from Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back where Luke trains with the Jedi Master Yoda on the swamp planet of Dagobah. The set features the beloved green Jedi Master, Luke, and a muddied R2-D2. In addition, the set also features Yoda’s hut along with the swampy trees and Luke’s X-Wing being submerged in the swamp. Like the “Death Star Trench Run” set, the Dagobah set had a quote from the movie at the base of the set. The quote reads “Do. Or do not. There is no try,” which Yoda tells a frustrated Luke who is trying to lift the X-Wing out from the marsh.

This set will be available for $79.99 USD.

These sets are now available for pre-order on

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