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LEGO Star Wars 75389 The Dark Falcon Officially Revealed | August 2024

The August 2024 wave of LEGO Star Wars sets is going to be crazy with the upcoming Rebuild the Galaxy show resulting in a range of random and unexpected sets for the licensed theme. Amongst these is probably the biggest 'what if...' LEGO Star Wars set of 75389 The Dark Falcon which has now been officially presented by LEGO. The 10+ model will be available for $179.99 with a total of 1,578 pieces included.

Similar to two more models releasing on the 1st of August 2024, 75389 The Dark Falcon is based on the upcoming four-part LEGO Star Wars miniseries entitled LEGO Star Wars: Rebuild the Galaxy. You can already see this branding for the series from the box art, which includes the Disney+ series' logo and an interesting mix of colours along the side of the set.

The most exciting part of the set has to be its Minifigure lineup which is just as weird and as wacky as the set name and idea. Six exclusive Minifigures are included of Jedi Vader in a white suit, Beach Luke, Darth Jar Jar, Darth Rey, Bounty Hunter C-3PO and Darth Dev. All include new torso and leg printing along with a range of accessories which we wouldn't associate with their characters. For example, Darth Jar Jar is dressed in black with a red lightsaber as an accessory.

The build itself is similar to previous LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcons but this time in a much darker colour scheme. Most of the build is black and dark grey along with some cool red tinted windows. The interior of the Falcon has some space for play too with Darth Jar Jar’s throne, the command centre, hyperdrive, entertainment area and jail cell all included along with plenty of landing gear and weapons included for the evil emperor Darth Jar Jar.

75389 The Dark Falcon

Set Name - The Dark Falcon

Set Number - 75389

Age Range - 10+

Piece Count - 1,578

Price - $179.99 / €179.99 / £159.99

Release Date - 1st August 2024

75389 The Dark Falcon releases on the 1st of August 2024 but what do you think? Will you be purchasing 75389 in just over a months time? What do you think of these LEGO Star Wars 'what if...' sets? Will you be watching LEGO Star Wars: Rebuild the Galaxy once it airs on Disney+ in September? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below.


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