‘The Mandalorian’ LEGO Sets Unveiled at Toy Fair New York (Including Baby Yoda)


LEGO has just announced new Star Wars The Mandalorian sets coming soon.

One is BrickHeadz The Mandalorian and Child (set 75317)

This set has 295 pieces and features The Mandalorian with Baby Yoda (we know it’s technically The Child, but we are going to call it Baby Yoda till we get a name.)

• The Mandalorian measures 3” (8cm) tall and the Child and hoverpram building toy measures 3” (8cm) high – they won’t take up too much space but are sure to make a big impression wherever they are displayed.

• The Mandalorian buildable LEGO figure has signature weapons – a blaster rifle clipped on the back and a blaster pistol in hand to spark memories of thrilling Star Wars: The Mandalorian scenes.

• Youngsters will love the Child building toy with adjustable ears for different expressions, and its hoverpram ‘floating’ on a transparent LEGO element. Both construction models have baseplates for display.

This was actually revealed last week, but it’s all the rage with Toy Fair news today.

Another is The Razor Crest (75292)

This set includes 5 figures: The Mandalorian, Greef Karga, Scout Trooper, IG-11, and The Child. It has 1,023 pieces.

  •  The Razor Cresthas a dual LEGO minifigure cockpit, 2 spring-loaded shooters, cargo hold with opening sides/access ramps and carbonite bounty elements inside, sleeping area and detachable escape pod for creative play.


  • The Razor Crest dreadnought measures over 5.5” (14cm) high, 15” (38cm) long and 11” (28cm) wide. It makes an eye-catching Star Wars: The Mandalorian display piece when it is not being used to transport vital cargo!


  • This fun buildable toy includes 4 LEGO minifigures: The Mandalorian, Greef Karga, Scout Trooper and the Child, plus an IG-11 LEGO figure, all with cool weapons to role-play exciting battles.

But will the Scout Trooper punch Baby Yoda? Only you can decide.

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