A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...

...Or rather 43 years ago in the Milky Way, Star Wars hit our screens and transformed popular...

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A good review, this may be. To find out, read you must. An impressive 16" height and posable head, set 75255-1 Yoda boasts...Okay, I'll stop that now, I promise. A spiritual remake of a 2002 set from the always popular Star Wars theme, this set is surely a crowd pleaser, right?

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Star Wars Droids and programming! Sounds like the perfect combination. Let's try it!

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Again, this is the largest Star Wars set I've built, right after the 75249-1. The images look impressive, let's see if the real life model looks the same.

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I love Star Wars, but I must admit that I don't have many larger Star Wars sets. Besides the MicroFighters, there is a big gap in my collection. Let's see if this set can fill that gap a bit.

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LEGO Star Wars that is focussed on being played with. Will this work, or will these sets also end up on display?

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Today I’ll look at a scenery set: the 75229-1 Death Star Escape. This kind of sets show a scene from one of the movies, making them both nice display items, and great ways to re-enact your favourite parts of the movies.

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One of the mistakes LEGO made during their Dark Ages, is thinking children don't want to build, they want to play! So they made all kinds of large, single-use parts to make the build go as fast as possible, resulting is themes like Jack Stone. Many are saying, LEGO is returning to those mistakes with the 4+ (and before the Juniors) themes. Do they have a point?

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In this second review of Brickheadz sets, we delve into history to show you a complete visual overview of the theme, and we take a closer look at Han Solo's furry companion, the Wookiee Chewbacca.

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Rough edged, knuckly midgets with flat faces, no mouth and creapy little hands, and for some reason, everybody loves them. What are these ugly Brickheadz all about?

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