The LEGO Mos Eisley Cantina set brings one of the Skywalker saga’s most iconic locations to life, complete with smugglers, musicians, bounty hunters and Jedi Knights. At 3,187-pieces, the set stands over 7.5” (19cm) high, 20.5” (52cm) wide and 23” (58cm) deep when fully built and opened. That’s right, you can open up the set’s removable roof to view its details or even act Star Wars: A New Hope scenes using the included mini-figures.
So we know that Pikachu refers to a species of Pokémon that are basically yellow rodent-like creatures with powerful electrical abilities. It made its first appearance in Pokémon Red and Green in Japan. Today, Pokémon Air was unveiled, and it’s a Pikachu toy unlike any other. Think of it as a rubber creature that you can ride around or lounge on, and it supports up to 220-pounds without any issues. There are no wheels, so you’ll have to put your hopping skills to the test if you choose the former.
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Night at the Museum was first released in 2006, and this fantasy-comedy film directed by Shawn Levy garnered a large fanbase. It was based on the 1993 children’s book of the same name and stars Ben Stiller as Larry Daley, a divorced father who applies for a job as a night watchman at New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. This is where he discovers that the exhibits, animated by a magical Egyptian artifact, come to life at night. Now, it’s been turned into a 2,900-piece LEGO Ideas set.
The 5,544-piece LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley set was announced this week, and it has a hybrid design. There’s not only a versatile display model, but modular shops that let you arrange them however you like, whether it be all in a row or placing individual shops on different bookshelves. Fans will be able to recreate some of the most iconic moments, like discovering the wands at Ollivanders from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
Gundam fans rejoice! Fans of the iconic anime series will be able to get an up-close look at the 59-foot-tall robot that weighs in at a hefty 25-tons at the Gundam Factory Yokohama, a 9,000 square-meter facility set to open at Yamashita Pier on October 1st. Unfortunately, it will only be on display for a year, but on the bright side, tickets go on sale in July.