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Casey "cas" Scott | February 6th, 2012 | Sales News

9492 TIE Fighter 25% Off at Amazon

[Update]
Looks like this deal is dead for now.
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It’s only been a week and Amazon has already slapped a healthy discount on the new TIE Fighter. They’ve priced it at a much more attractive $41.49, but who knows for how long. If you’re considering this set (or if you need help deciding, check out our review), I recommend pouncing before they raise the price. Thanks to forum member nyjpapi for the heads up.

Casey "cas" Scott | February 3rd, 2012 | LEGO Star Wars, Reviews

Review: 9492 TIE Fighter

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If you’ve been collecting LEGO Star Wars since 1999 with any seriousness and/or obsessiveness, then there’s a good chance you have too many TIE Fighters. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, well, at least not from a certain point of view. You may say to yourself, “No more, please, I’m stuffed. I don’t have the room.” I don’t blame you. It’s only been a couple of years since the last TIE Fighter, the TIE Defender, sat on store shelves (and in some cases, may still), but we’re going on about 7 years since the last honest-to-goodness TIE Fighter, the signature fighter of the Imperial Navy and perhaps one of the most iconic Star Wars starfighters second only to the X-wing. You may be stuffed, you may have no room, but 9492 TIE Fighter may very well be a set you loosen your belt for. (more…)

Ace Kim | January 1st, 2012 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

LEGO Star Wars January 2012 Now Up for Preorder, Free Poster

Happy New Year, folks!

LEGO Shop@Home put up the January 2012 assortment of LEGO Star Wars for preorder. Delivery is to be expected on or around January 30. It should be noted that 9494 Anakin’s Jedi Interceptor and 9495 Gold Leader’s Y-Wing Starfighter are marked as “Hard to Find” meaning they are retailer exclusives. No word yet as to which retailer they will be exclusive to yet. All preorders will come with an exclusive LEGO Star Wars poster. No minimum order indicated and no image of what the poster looks like but if I had to guess, it’s going to be a poster showcasing all the LEGO Star Wars minifigs for 2012.

Is it sad that I’m no longer fazed by the high prices and low piece counts? Such as the TIE Fighter set, priced at $54.99 but has less pieces than Gold Leader’s Y-wing? Eh.

Ken Robichaud | December 19th, 2011 | LEGO Cars, LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

2012 Star Wars & Cars LEGO Ads Online Now

With all the leaks and images floating around right now It seems fitting that LEGO would join the party on the official front and you can check out ads for the some of the 2012 offerings on YouTube. The first video features the new X-wing and TIE Fighter designs and lets you get a good look at the play features of the iconic starfighter’s latest re-release. This one is more of a tease since the street date for the Star Wars sets is still a bit off, but if the next video whets your appetite then those Cars sets are already available on LEGO S@H.
Thanks to THX 1138 for the heads up!

More 2012 Set Images: Star Wars, Cars, DC, Spongebob

9494 Anakin's Jedi Interceptor - 1

Courtesy of German toy website SpielwarenHegmann.de, we now have pictures of some of the 2012 assortment of LEGO Star Wars, Cars, Super Heroes Ultrabuild figures, and Spongebob Squarepants. Keep in mind these are just a few pictures of the 2012 assortment. There are more headed our way but that weren’t uploaded by the site. We’ve seen some of the Star Wars sets, but now we get some nice clear pictures. The Cars and Spongebob sets, to my understanding, have never been seen before. Hit the jump for the complete thumbnail gallery.

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Ace Kim | October 12th, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars, News

New Pictures of LEGO Star Wars 2012

Brickshelf user Cagersky posted the above and below pics of the 2012 assortment of LEGO Star Wars sets. Thanks to this Eurobricks post and Tohst for the heads up.