LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Razor Crest 75292 Building Kit Amazon Exclusive

Kids can role-play as heroic warrior The Mandalorian and play out action-packed Star Wars: The Mandalorian scenes with this detailed, LEGO brick model of The Razor Crest (75292) starship

This fun buildable toy includes 4 LEGO minifigures: The Mandalorian, Greef Karga, Scout Trooper and the Child, plus an IG-11 LEGO figure, all with cool weapons to role-play exciting battles

The Razor Crest has a dual LEGO minifigure cockpit, 2 spring-loaded shooters, cargo hold with opening sides/access ramps and carbonite bounty elements inside, sleeping area and detachable escape pod for creative play

This 1,023-piece construction playset offers a challenging build and combines brilliantly with other LEGO Star Wars sets, and makes a great holiday gift or birthday present for boys and girls ages 10+

The Razor Crest dreadnought measures over 5.5” (14cm) high, 15” (38cm) long and 11” (28cm) wide, and it makes an eye-catching Star Wars: The Mandalorian display piece when it is not being used to transport vital cargo

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NEW PRE-ORDERS

This week saw tons of great new products from Super7’s TMNT Ultimates to the G.I. Joe Classified Series to the My Little Pony Ghostbusters Crossover Collection Plasmane. New Micromaster and Battle Master figures have just gone up. Two waves of World of Nintendo figures up with sets and some singles. For Kotobukiya, two new Hexa Gear model kits have debuted along with a new Persona ArtFX J statue and a limited edition Bishoujo Pinkie Pie statue. Three new Macross Saga Retro Transformable Collection Valkyries are ready to transform and join your collection. For fans of insects and hornets in particular, Kaiyodo’s RevoGeo series will be coming out with an articulated figure of the Asian Giant Hornet. Third party fans can pick up Planet X’s Project Genesis for 43% off. It’s been awhile since we’ve seen some Five Nights at Freddy’s figures but Funko has five new figures to pick up. Lastly a 6-inch figure of The Little Prince is being made by Boss Fight Studio.

NEW ARRIVALS

Anyone looking for great deals will find them with the six Gundam Universe figures that are in stock and on sale! On top of that, figures from the Kaiyodo revolmini sale are also in stock.
Four X-Men Marvel Legends figures are here from the Sugar Man BAF wave: Dark Beast, Jean Grey, Sunfire and Weapon X. Aliens Ultimate Rhino Alien is ready to ship and frighten anyone and everyone. For anyone seeking a fun project, tons of Star Wars model kits are not in stock. S.H.Figuarts Thanos from Infinity War is here and ready to take on the Avengers with the infinity gauntlet!

Regal Robot LIFE-SIZED CZ-3 REPLICA BUST

ANNOUNCING OUR LIFE-SIZED CZ-3 REPLICA BUST – NUMBERED EDITION AND BRIAN MUIR SIGNATURE EDITION

 

Today we’re sharing a SNEAK PEEK at the two editions that make up our limited run of CZ-3™ life-sized prop replica busts. For this 1:1 prop recreation, we worked with a scan of the original droid™ costume to faithfully reproduce the wonderfully organic asymmetry in the costume’s mask, originally sculpted by legendary film sculptor, Brian Muir for Star Wars: A New Hope™. Each bust will be made in the U.S.A. and hand detailed by the FX artists in our New York studio.

Both editions will be available to order on July 13th starting at 12pm EST. Full details and photos will be posted on our site in one week, so keep an eye here and join our email newsletter to be alerted when that goes live and be in the know for this and all of our upcoming releases. 

  • NUMBERED EDITION – $1499 – limited to 50 pieces. Both the bust and plaque will be hand numbered. Made in the U.S.A. and hand painted by our artists with authentic Star Wars style distressing.
  • SIGNATURE EDITION – $1799 – limited to just 15 pieces. Includes a plaque signed by original prop sculptor Brian Muir. Both the bust and plaques will be hand numbered. Made in the U.S.A. and hand painted by our artists with authentic Star Wars style distressing and additional layers of desert weathering and simulated “grease drips” to match CZ-3’s Mos Eisley scene.

Both editions will be offered with our new 3 easy payments Payment Plan via Partial.ly. See here for full details on that plan.

“As a fan of the making of our favorite films, I feel very fortunate that we had the chance to get hands-on and up-close with that original prop costume in our work to bring this replica to life. Our team spent hours examining, photographing and measuring the droid costume worn in the original trilogy and used high-detail laser scanning to capture every detail of the suit. Using that scan, we have faithfully reproduced the wonderfully organic asymmetry in the costume’s mask, originally sculpted by legendary film sculptor Brian Muir, and a bit of the bib area and collar to help turn this into a great overall character display. We took great lengths to maintain the integrity of the scan and vintage details to create the ultimate replica of this droid. Gordon Tarpley handled that digital task beautifully and I personally distressed the paint masters for these editions. Mr. Muir has graciously signed the plaques for the signature edition and our New York team is now preparing to produce this super limited run and hand paint each piece, capturing that classic Star Wars look and feel with layers of aging and weathering.” – Tom Spina (Regal Robot founder)

We’ll be sharing more photos and full details next Monday, July 6th, 2020. Please check back then and follow us on social where we’re @regalrobot for more sneak peeks this week!

Thank you all for reading. We look forward to making these busts for collectors looking to bring something unique and authentic to their homes! If you have any questions in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact us at any time!

TWO BROTHERS AND AN EWOK

When THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK was released in 1980, I was ready to go. I absorbed STAR WARS 3 years earlier and I spent the following 3 years obsessing over the action figures, comic books, cast appearances on The Mike Douglass Show (Google it) and the only real bit of the Expanded Universe available to a 5 ½ year old at the time – The Star Wars Holiday Special. When I heard from a friend of the family that Star Wars Part 2 was on the way, My little 7 year old head almost came unscrewed. I remember asking him if there were going to be lightsabers in part 2. He said “yes”. I then asked if the trash monster from the Death Star garbage masher would be in it. I think I stumped him with that question, but it was a burning issue in my little mind. Now, remember, this was before the internet – where spoilers are easy to come by for the next blockbuster. He told me what he knew, which wasn’t much. All he knew for certain  was that it was being released in May.

I was charged up! My parents took me to see the original STAR WARS several times up to that point. They were the ones that got me hooked. They enabled me and helped to feed my Lucas branded addiction. Of course they would be there for me when the next part of this grandiose epic was released, right?

The events of the summer of 1980 infuriated the younger me and evolved into half hearted anger and good natured ribbing as the years went on for my brother and I.   My baby brother, Brandon Crafts was waiting to make his debut to the world the same time that THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK was being released – My brother was born on June 29th 1980 and TESB came out on May 21st, 1980.  Having a brother was going to be cool, but all I wanted was to see THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK. Unfortunately, my folks weren’t having it. They had to be ready for Brandon’s arrival and able to move at the drop of a hat if my mother was to go into labor.  So, thanks to Brandon, I never got to see THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK on its first theatrical run in the United States. My parents, and by proxy, my brother, Sith-blocked me and forced me to wait until the mid 80s, when I saw it via a rented VHS tape. Was there guilt on my parents part for not taking me to see it because of Brandon’s birth? Oh, you bet. I remember seeing my brother for the first time in the hospital nursery – he was covered up in a blanket with a cartoonish football player on it. Shortly after that, my father took me down to a local department store so I could get my hands on Topps’ THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK Trading cards. That turned into the new Kenner toys for Christmas and Marvel’s comic book adaptation later on, but never EMPIRE on the big screen. 

 As Brandon grew up, I force fed him my love of STAR WARS. When RETURN OF THE JEDI came out and the traveling JEDI ADVENTURE CENTER came to our local mall, I had to go. My mother brought my brother and I to see it.  We had our photo taken with a cardboard ewok and had a wonderful time. Later on in life, my brother inherited my Star Wars toys. I outgrew them and, foolishly, gave them to him to play with and destroy. As we both grew older, he tolerated my obsession, even going so far to pose with my collection as a goof. He understood my passion for Star Wars, even if he didn’t really share it. Brandon got me the crown jewel of my collection several years ago at Christmas – a production drawing of R2-D2 that was turned into an animation cel for the Star Wars Holiday Special cartoon that introduced Boba Fett. My brother was born into STAR WARS. Although it was always in the forefront of my life, it provided him with a background that was nearly synonymous with his older brother.

My brother, Brandon Crafts, died last month at the age of 39 of a heart attack.  One of the last conversations we had was about THE RISE OF SKYWALKER and how he thought it was pandering to a rabid fan base. “This is fan fiction,” he told me as we were discussing the last entry in the STAR WARS SAGA. It was never his cup of tea, but he was a willing participant in my fandom.  He would have been 40 today.

Before his death, whenever I watched THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK I was reminded of how Brandon’s impending arrival into the world absolutely stonewalled my chances to see it the first time. Now, it will forever remind me of, not only his birth, but also how quickly he left this life.

It’s not just our hobbies or pastimes – it’s who we share those things with. Thanks for putting up with my Star Wars craziness for almost 40 years brother. I will see you on the other side.

New BB-8 key ring and Happy 25th Anniversary take 20% off your order

K & C Collectibles
K & C Collectibles is celebrating its Silver (25th) Anniversary on July 1st, 2020.   Take 20% off all in-stock merchandise until midnight July 3rd, 2020.   No discount coupon needed.   Click the NEW PRODUCTS link under the Categories Section for a complete list of recently added items.

Key Chains
BB-8 Pewter Key ring.

Sideshow 12 inch
Battle Droid Commander and Count Dooku
501st Clone Trooper Deluxe

Pop Figures
Star Wars: The Mandalorian – The Child

Black Series 6″ Action Figures
#107 – Count Dooku
#106 – Sith Jet Trooper
#105 – Knight of Ren
#104 – Commander Bly
#103 – Zorii Bliss
Stormtrooper Commander  (Gaming Greats)
Jedi Knight Revan (Gaming Greats)
Luke Skywalker (Skywalker Strikes)
Heavy Battle Droid
 

Vintage Action Figure
Brock Starsher – VC154
Vizam – VC153
Vedain (Skiff Pilot) – VC152