Star Wars and LEGO go hand in hand. So now that The Book of Boba Fett has wrapped up, we knew there would be some toy brick goodness on the way. And it turns out, we won’t have to wait long. Via The Hollywood Reporter, we’ve got a glimpse of our first Book of Boba LEGO sets, and both are amazing. And yes, there is a little tiny baby Grogu mini-figure.
The first set is the former throne room of Jabba the Hutt, which Boba takes for himself at the end of The Mandalorian season two. With a little help from Fennec Shand of course. The palace model opens up to a detailed throne room, barbecue area, and kitchen. (A kitchen we got to explore in episode three). There is a throne with a hidden treasure compartment, and a pop-up function to eject Bib Fortuna, which is way better than his fate on the show.
The 732 piece set also includes seven Star Wars mini-figures, including Bib Fortuna, a Theelin Dancer, a Weequay Guard, a Gamorrean Guard, and a Quarren. And of course, Boba Fett, Fennec Shand, and several of their assorted weapons. Boba Fett’s palace play set measures over 6.5 inches high, 12.5 inches wide, and 8 inches deep. It’ll set you back $99.99, and arrives on June 1.
But that’s not all. The Book of Boba Fett also introduced us to the Mandalorian’s replacement for his lost Razorcrest ship. The modified Naboo N-1 Starfighter 412 piece set comes with a cockpit, passenger space for little Grogu, a cargo compartment, and a spring-loaded shooter.
The Mini-figures include the Mandalorian and Peli Motto, everyone’s go-to mechanic on Tatooine. There is also, of course, a wee baby Grogu, and a BD Droid. The same model droid seen in Jedi: Fallen Order. And yes, Mando comes with the Darksaber. Mando’s ship goes on sale on March 1, for $59.99.