DarthBuilder wrote:Since when did Han wear a brown snow suit and a tan/blonde hood on Hoth?
Despite my complaining, I'll be in line at my local LEGO store that day just like everyone else ready to fork over my money for a $75 minifigure and bonus set. Additional details regarding the annual May the Fourth promo will be forthcoming.
wyldjedi wrote:Would love to see Zuckuss or 4-Lom, Ree-Yees or any number of aliens. I'm not complaining as the Han is a nice figure, but I am not going out of my way to get it.
The Phantom Menace wrote:The reason why this is exclusive is because he is in brown, Kenner messed up when they released Han Solo in brown and had to later do him in the correct colours.
Lego are purposely releasing Han incorrectly in brown to make it an exclusive figure. Before Han Solo (Hoth details) figures in the Lego sets have been in blue. This figure matches with the Boba Fett white edition, in that it is a colour variant on purpose.
onions wrote:It may be an homage to a bygone toy company, but i doubt anyone in their target demographic, kids, would give a mynock's rear about it.
onions wrote:It may be an homage to a bygone toy company, but i doubt anyone in their target demographic, kids, would give a mynock's rear about it. they'd be like, 'kenner who? barbie's boyfriend?'
The Phantom Menace wrote:Lego know that most of the Star Wars Lego sets are bought by adult fans (otherwise you wouldn't have the UCS)
The_Chosen_1 wrote:The Phantom Menace wrote:Lego know that most of the Star Wars Lego sets are bought by adult fans (otherwise you wouldn't have the UCS)
Uh....most Star Wars sets are bought by adult fans? You might want to rethink your logic on that one. Lego Star Wars is the #2 bestselling theme because it's extremely popular among kids, first and foremost.
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