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LEGO has announced a new ‘Mandalorian’-inspired Razor’s Crest set

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Nothing is more fulfilling than an ultra-specific Lego set. You’ve seen the Lego Central Park building set, the “Seinfeld” apartment, complete with hidden Superman stickers and a Festivus pole, and perhaps most impressively, their massive 9,000-piece Titanic set. Now, Lego has entered the primeval forest of the Pandora universe with two new sets inspired by the “Way of Water.”

Both are available to order today, with a 528-piece set depicting a Metkina reef habitat while a simpler, 259-piece set is designed to create a possible skimming figure.

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Insane specificity is Lego’s strength. Are you deep into mythology and Roman history, there’s a Lego set for that. Marvel fan? Choose from your myriad of LEGO offers. Here’s a list of our favorite LEGO sets to buy right now

Metkina Reef Home Lego Set

Lego never disappoints before an anticipated blockbuster. So it makes sense that in celebration of “The Way of Water” comes a new 528-piece set depicting the habitat of a Metkaina clan, nestled among Pandora’s alien mangrove-like trees. See more Lego sets inspired by your favorite movies and shows here.

Metkaina Reef Home $79.99 why now

Skimming Adventure Lego Set

If you’re a Lego aficionado, you’ll want to go for the smaller 259-piece “Way of Water” set, which makes for a possible skimming figure, complete with Tonowari and Jake Sully minifigures, in a Pandoran coral reef setting. and a display stand. See more Lego sets inspired by your favorite movies and shows here.

Skimming Adventure Lego Set $34.99 why now

Razor Crest

Measuring over 28 inches, the “Mandalorian”-inspired Razor Crest features massive engines that lift for easy viewing, a detailed interior, a removable cockpit that allows access to the sleeping quarters. In addition, it has side hatches and a cargo compartment with a weapons cabinet, a mini-figure sized freezing chamber and a detachable escape pod.

Now why: $599.99

the office

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Recreate the best scenes from “The Office” with this hyper-detailed LEGO set that lets you recreate the most memorable scenes from the hit NBC sitcom. In honor of Pretzel Day (IYKYK), Michael Scott has his famous World’s Best Boss mug and Stanley sits with a ginormous pretzel on his desk.

Now why: $120

home alone

“Home Alone” fans won’t be disappointed with this ultra-specific set, designed by a fan himself who submitted his idea to the LEGO Ideas platform. After assembling a total of 3,995 pieces, part of the largest LEGO Ideas concept structure, you can walk through the mansion recognized for acting out some of the film’s best scenes, such as Kevin McCallister’s aftershave fiasco, the infamous fake Christmas party, and his incomparable zip-line adventure.

Now why: $249.99


You can smell the salty ocean in this magnificent 9,090-piece Titanic set. This functional model allows you to turn the propellers to raise and lower the anchor and turn the engines. It’s the largest Lego set ever compiled by the company and if you put the whole thing together in 48 hours you’ll be the (very tired) king of the world. A full one is currently available for pre-order on the LEGO site for $629.99.

Lego Titanic $629

The ‘Seinfeld’ Apartment

Described as featuring the top 10 “Seinfeld” Easter eggs, this new 1,300-plus piece set for August 1 includes everything from a marble rye and a Festivus pole to a “Prognosis Negative” VHS tape. Four funny New Yorkers and neighbor Newman are also included in minifig form. (Unfortunately, though, the Jerry minifig isn’t in a puffy shirt, nor is there a black and white cookie.) The basic construction is Jerry’s apartment (complete with Superman stickers for the fridge and studio lighting to explain the lack of a fourth wall), but for the title character’s standup segments. There is also a much smaller secondary section to assemble.

Now why: $79.99

‘Friends’ Apartment

If you’re tired of recreating classic scenes from “Friends” set on Central Park, now you can zoom in on all the shenanigans going on in Joey and Chandler’s apartment, as well as Monica and Rachel’s—Monica and Chandler’s apartment. At nearly 2,050 pieces, the double room set features everything from Monica’s secret messy closet to barcaloungers. Like the Central Park set that came before it, these apartments are treated like they’re being built on a Hollywood soundstage, with scaffolding and studio lights for all your ultimate stop motion TikTok video needs. Friends from all six titles are presented in new minifig form, and this time — oh my god! — also includes Janice.

‘friend’ $59.99

The Infinity Gauntlet

Create the most powerful object in the universe. Marvel just dropped this Lego recreation of the Infinity Gauntlet, complete with Infinity Gems. Recreate the snapping or use your gloves to restore justice and peace to the world, it’s entirely up to you. Only 590 pieces even the youngest of the Groots will be able to recreate this golden glove. Don’t hesitate to pull the trigger on this purchase because it’s already sold out on Amazon.

The Infinity Gauntlet $69.99


We didn’t know this kind of Lego art existed, until we saw the red Venom tongue turned into the Lego block that inspired the Venom head in this comic book. This bust of the Marvel symbiote character straddles the line between good and evil, much like the movie version of him from the Tom Hardy-starring film as human reporter Eddie Brock by day, flesh-craving alien parasite Venom by night. (Or whenever Venom is hungry, which is technically time). The 565 piece is perfect for any home mantel or bedside table because it is undeniably art.

Venom Head $59.99

The Daily Bugle

Celebrate your love of all things Spider-Man by bringing chaos and madness straight to Peter Parker’s workplace. This Marvel LEGO kit builds the iconic Daily Bugle building, home of New York City’s finest paper. This massive build features Green Goblin, Black Cat, Spider-Gwen, Venom and (of course) J.J. Includes 25 minifigs including Jonah Jameson. With 3,770 pieces and battle-ready LEGO bricks, there’s no comic book scene you can’t recreate.

The Daily Bugle $299

Vintage Mickey and Minnie

Disney characters aren’t just for kids, and nothing proves that better than Lego’s buildable Mickey and Minnie figurines. They stand 15-inches tall and feature, Mickey holding a soapbox guitar and holding a bouquet of mini flowers. (Additional pieces in the set include an old-fashioned film camera on a tripod and a small photo album). Designed for creators ages 18 and up, they’re designed to make a decorative addition to their home or workplace, just below the classic film cell base on which they stand. But, that’s not to say they aren’t fun to be with.

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse $179.95

the colosseum

Retailing for around $550 and coming in just 9,000 pieces, the recreation of Rome’s historic Colosseum is one of the most extravagant mass-produced LEGO sets on the market right now. It is literally the largest and probably the most methodical one to put together, as most of the pieces are the same color and need to be arranged in an oval pattern that is quite hypnotic. Details such as archways, pathways and olive trees will further lend authenticity to a collector’s version of a real-life amphitheater.

the colosseum $549.99

Disney Castle

If you have a weekend to kill (maybe it’s raining, maybe you’re waiting for your final quarantine before you’re fully waxed), the Disney Castle set can be more fun to put together than play. Featuring over 4,000 pieces, including everyone’s favorite Mickey and Minnie Mouse minifigs, the build is one part architecture and one part perfect Disney detail. Behind the castle are individually themed rooms for classic features from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” to “Aladdin.”

cinderella’s castle $349.99

Nintendo Entertainment System

Who needs an original game console when you can build one out of Legos! Build your own Nintendo Entertainment System out of the box 2,646 piece kit and then get started on your own little TV. Captured in time (and on your LEGO screen) are the world’s best video games from “Super Mario Bros.”

Nintendo Lego set $229.99

Sesame Street Kit

Lego recommends that this set be built by anyone over 18, but in reality it’s fun for the whole family. The youngest members, who still watch the show often, will enjoy seeing colorful brownstones and Hooper’s groceries come into their own homes in a new way, while older members will feel the nostalgia of building Bart and Ernie’s apartment and Oscar the Grouch’s trash corner and even pigeons on the roof. . Fair warning, though: You may find yourself alternating between singing “Rubber Ducky” and counting the different pieces as you pull it out of the bag as you work. (“One – a Big Bird minifig, ah ha ha!”)

123 Sesame Street $119.99

Hogwarts Castle

Recreate the magic of “Harry Potter” by creating your own Hogwarts School. The 6,020 piece set comes with all sorts of magical oddities, including 27 microfigures from the books and movies, Humping Willow, Hagrid’s Hut and more. Get it before the holidays so it can be your “festive” decoration (and then you have a good excuse to let it sit for months on end!).

Hogwarts Castle $399

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