LEGO Star Wars Clone Wars and Marvel Star-Lord Helmets Are Up For Pre-Order
Last week the LEGO Group added three new sets to their Star Wars helmet collection with Clone Wars heroes Captain Rex and Clone Commander Cody leading off the new releases along with a Princess Leia Boushh helmet from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. Now they've turned their attention to Marvel with the Guardians of the Galaxy Star-Lord helmet.
The LEGO Star-Lord helmet (76251) looks pretty fantastic, and it's notable that there's an open top. That means it might actually be functional on your desk as a container for pens and other bric(k)-a-brac. The build includes 602 pieces, and you can pre-order it here at the LEGO shop for $79.99 with a release date set for April 1st. Details about each Star Wars helmet release can be found below along with pre-order links. Note that all three of the new LEGO Star Wars helmets are expected to ship on March 1st.
LEGO 75349 Star Wars Captain Rex Helmet ($69.99) – Pre-order on Amazon / LEGO: The LEGO helmet of the 501st Legion Clone Commander's helmet includes the iconic blue trim and range-finder along with a nameplate. As noted, it's the biggest set in the LEGO Star Wars helmet collection to date with 854 pieces.
LEGO 75350 Star Wars Clone Commander Cody Helmet ($69.99) – Pre-order on Amazon / LEGO: The LEGO helmet of the leader of the 212th Attack Battalion includes the signature orange detailing and a nameplate. It is also a large set for the LEGO helmet collection at 766 pieces.
LEGO 75351 Princess Leia (Boushh) Helmet ($69.99) – Pre-order at LEGO: The bounty hunter helmet that Princess Leia wore to infiltrate Jabba the Hutt's palace is recreated in LEGO form in 670 pieces with a nameplate accessory.
"For two decades, the Clone Wars has shaped a hugely important story in the history of the Star Wars saga, and we feel immensely proud to be bringing two of its key players to life for fans around the world," said Jens Kronvold Frederiksen, Design Lead for LEGO Star Wars.
"These rewarding, relaxing builds should be able to take pride of place for any LEGO Star Wars collector and offer a new way to create, display and enjoy these iconic characters who played such a pivotal role in many stories that we know and love from the galaxy far, far away…"
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