LEGO playsets based on the recently concluded first season of the Disney+ series The Book of Boba Fett are now up for preorder. These build-and-display Star Wars toys, inspired by Boba Fett’s throne room and Mando’s N-1 Starfighter, are as follows:
LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett’s Throne Room
This playset is a 732-piece buildable model of the palace previously owned by Jabba the Hut. Aside from the throne room, the brick-built palace also has a kitchen and a barbecue area, which comes with a rotisserie and other fun accessory elements like spotchka drinks. The throne itself features a pop-up function and a secret chamber containing weapons and beskar bar elements.
The playset also includes minifigures of Boba Fett, Fennic Shand, Bib Fortuna, Theelin Dancer, Quarren, Gamorrean Guard, and Weequy Guard, plus assorted weapons, allowing fans to recreate some of their favorite scenes from The Book of Boba Fett.
LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter
This 412-piece brick model of Din Djarin’s N-1 Starfighter features a minifigure cockpit, a passenger space for Grogu, a small cargo compartment, a spring-loaded shooter, and lots of authentic bashed-up details. The playset includes a minifigure of Djarin with a darksaber and a jetpack accessory element and a minifigure of Peli Motto with a wrench. It also comes with LEGO figures of Grogu and a BD Droid.
With a price tag of $59.99, the LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter is now available for preorder at LEGO.com and shopDisney with shipping slated for June.
The Book of Boba Fett Season 1
The first season of The Book of Boba Fett premiered on Disney+ last December and ended its seven-episode run earlier this February. A spinoff of Disney+’s The Mandalorian series, The Book of Boba Fett follows the titular character (Temuera Morrison) and his righthand Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen) as they attempt to make a name for themselves in the galaxy’s underworld by taking over the territory once controlled by Jabba the Hutt. The Jon Favreau-created series, which has received generally mixed reviews from critics, has yet to be renewed for a second season.