Baby Yoda is now going to be made available in the form of LEGO in time for the premiere of the second season of the Mandalorian, but as much as you or your own child wants it, do the 1073 mostly tan bricks do the justice of scene-stealer? The LEGO’s charming brick-built toy model of The Child from Disney Plus’ The Mandalorian series which is going to be made available on October 30, captures all the cute features of this hugely popular character of Star Wars, and it is said by the promotional copy. Adding, it said that including a posable head, movable ears, and ofcourse, an adjustable mouth for different expressions.
The 1073-piece set, which costs $79.99 only, includes a gearshift knob element which can be placed in the hands of the child, in addition to this, an information sign and a Minifigure of LEGO of the character to complete a delightful display. We would also like to inform you about the LEGO version of the child that it measures over 7.5″ high, or a little bit less than half of the actual size, so as to not take up too much of space, while still making a big visual impact wherever it is displayed.
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If you’re in the US, this Lego Baby Yoda kit (officially called ‘The Child’) will cost $79.99. Meanwhile, it’s £69.99 in the UK and $119.99 in Australia via the Lego website. Because it’s not a Lego Store exclusive, you can also pick it up the Lego Baby Yoda kit on Amazon US or Amazon UK for the same price. That means it might be available for less a little down the line – it’d be worth a quick look when the Amazon Prime Day deals and Black Friday deals arrive, for example.
This Lego Baby Yoda isn’t the only collectable hitting shelves this fall. An animatronic Baby Yoda doll is also due to arrive in the next few weeks, and it’s rather delightful thanks to wiggling ears and sound effects.
Considering the fact that we got Lego Super Mario kits not that long ago, it’s been a good couple of months for Lego fans. Mind you, and I’m still not sure where I fall on Lego Baby Yoda itself – there’s something equally cute and terrifying about it. Perhaps it’ll grow on me.