The LEGO Group have announced the release date of the new LEGO Star Wars Boarding the Tantive IV
We’ll tell you when and where you’ll be able to find it. A release date has been announced, and it’s not too far.
Relive Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers boarding the Tantive IV in Star Wars: A New Hope with this buildable toy playset (75387) for kids aged 8 and up. It features a detailed recreation of the corridor inside Tantive IV where Darth Vader’s Stormtroopers battled Captain Antilles’ Rebel Fleet Troopers, with levers to ‘blast’ open the entrance door and topple characters during battle play. Connectors allow builders to add another 75387 set (sold separately) to extend the corridor.
This collectible brick-built fantasy toy playset has 7 LEGO® Star Wars™ minifigures, including Darth Vader, 2 Stormtroopers, 2 Rebel Fleet Troopers and Captain Antilles with accessories for action play. A top gift for young fans and Star Wars memorabilia collectors, the building set also includes a special LEGO Star Wars 25th anniversary minifigure of ARC Trooper Fives with a display stand.
- LEGO® Star Wars™ Tantive IV buildable playset for kids – Recreate the iconic Boarding the Tantive IV scene from Star Wars: A New Hope where Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers battled the Rebels.
- 7 LEGO® Star Wars™ minifigures – Darth Vader, 2 Stormtroopers, 2 Rebel Fleet Troopers and Captain Antilles, plus a LEGO Star Wars 25th anniversary minifigure of ARC Trooper Fives with a display stand.
- Buildable fantasy toy playset with fun features – Flick levers to ‘blast’ open the entrance door to the corridor and topple LEGO® minifigures during battle play.
- Collectible LEGO® Star Wars™ building toy for kids – Connectors allow builders to add another 75387 set (sold separately) to extend the corridor.
- Fun gift for Star Wars™ fans aged 8 and up – Give this collectible building toy as a birthday gift to kids who are into Star Wars and collectors. of Star Wars memorabilia
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