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LEGO Star Wars Rebels HD Images

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For your viewing pleasure, we present uncropped, unwatermarked, high-res images for the LEGO Star Wars Rebels The Ghost and The Phantom sets due this August. Click on through to take a gander.

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The Ghost (929 pieces) includes Zeb Orrelios (formerly labeled as “Orretios”), Herr Syndulla, Kanan Jarrus, and Stormtrooper mini figures – $89.99

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The Phantom (234 pieces) includes Ezra Bridger and C1-10P “Chopper”  mini figures – $24.99

  • http://www.jeditemplearchives.com/ paul@jeditemplearchives.com

    LOL! The LEGO version of Kanan looks exactly like Lando Calrissian!

  • Clavius

    I’m loving that we seem to be heading into a new era of Star Wars returning us more TOWARD the OT design aesthetic and away from the PT style.

  • Rykrof_Enloe

    Lego “gets” quality, and is thriving.

    The other company making Star Wars toys trips over themselves again, and is sinking.

    Any guesses on what said “other company” is?

    • http://Yakface.com/ Jayson Krebsbach

      I’d be curious to know how many unique bricks make up these sets (or and “new” LEGO release? I mean if they are 80% rehashed, common plates, just extruded in a new color, can they really be held to the same standard as “the other company”? ;)

      • Rykrof_Enloe

        Different business models, sure. But in 2012, Lego didn’t make collosal mistakes like Hasbro did – which I feel is why we are now seeing this huge change in Hasbro’s business model. Lego keeps things fresh – Hasbro has not recently… But given their extensive tooling library, as evidenced by local gotals mockups, they can reuse parts too… I think it’s fair to say Hasbro has gone in the wrong direction the past couple years. It’s obvious retailers have lost a lot of confidence in Hasbro too…

        • http://Yakface.com/ Jayson Krebsbach

          I don’t disagree that they (Hasbro) could make amazing figures with limited effort – sourcing existing parts. It all comes down to production costs (i.e. painting and assembly). Factors that LEGO doesn’t have to contend with at anywhere near the same degree,

          • Rykrof_Enloe

            I do understand that production costs are a factor here – but I also feel that Hasbro’s “go as cheap as possible” strategy is turning a lot of people off. They seem to do best when they try to appeal to as many consumers as possible, which I don’t think this approach is doing. I think they’d be better off with a a more “mid tier” product priced around $8 each than the 5POA model.

      • Paulskywalker

        I can see maybe 2-3 new bricks, then their is the new pieces for all 4 minifigures. Even though obviously the build will mainly be existing bricks, the quantity, quality and uniqueness far exceeds any offerings from Hasbro or anyone else.

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