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The Duel on Naboo playset showcases a battle between Darth Maul, Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi Wan Kenobi in "Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace."

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Yoda's Jedi Starfighter includes Yoda and R2-D2. It will be releasing in March for $25. International prices aren't available, but that converts to about £20 or AU$30.

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The Jakku Quadjumper from "The Force Awakens" is coming out in June for $50. The set features Rey, Finn and BB-8 as they run away from their pursuers. The price converts to about £40 or AU$65.

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The Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar set for 2017 features a new figure for every day of the holiday season. The set will retail for $40 when it releases later this year. International prices aren't available, but that converts to about £30 or AU$50.

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The Arrowhead Star Wars playset retails for $89 and will be released in June. International prices aren't available, but the price converts to about £70 or AU$115.

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The First Order Transport Speeder Battle Pack is coming out in June and will cost $15. That converts to about £10 or AU$20.

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The Darth Vader Transformation playset lets you recreate the rise of Darth Vader, transforming the injured Anakin Skywalker into a deadly leader for the Dark Side. The set will be available in June for $25. International prices aren't available, but that converts to about £20 or AU$30.

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The Republic Fighter Tank playset will retail for $25 from June. That converts to about £20 or AU$30.

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Several Microfighter ships are launching in March. They'll sell for $10, converting to roughly £10 or AU$15.

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This is Krennic's Imperial Shuttle Microfighter.

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The TIE Striker Microfighter.

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The Rebel Trooper Battle Pack.

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Want to recreate the epic battle from "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"? Then the Battle on Scarif set, which will cost $49 when it's released in March, could be what you're looking for. International prices aren't available, but that converts to about £40 or AU$65.

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Looking for a bigger Y-Wing Starfighter? This buildable ship comes out in March and will sell for $59. That's roughly £50 or AU$75.

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While Lego doesn't have any sets from "Episode VIII: The Last Jedi" on display, this sign promised that sets will be available for the upcoming move later this year.

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Want to build your very own Baze Malbus? This set will cost $25 and will be released in March. International prices aren't available, but that converts to about £20 or AU$30.

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This Stormtrooper Commander set is coming out in June and will cost $25. Again, that's about £20 or AU$30.

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The Scout Trooper & Speeder Bike riding to stores in June, and will cost $55. That converts to roughly £45 or AU$70.

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He may be blind, but you'll be able to see a Lego version of Chirrut Imwe from "Rogue One" in stores this March. It'll cost $25, which converts to about £20 or AU$30.

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The Scarif Stormtrooper is also coming out in March for $25. That converts to about £20 or AU$30.

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Moving over to Marvel, this Hulk vs. Red Hulk set is coming out in March and will cost $60, which converts to about £50 or AU$80. The set includes vehicles along with red and green editions of Hulk and She-Hulk.

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The Ayesha's Revenge playset provides a look into "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2." It will be available in March and retail for $30. That's roughly £25 or AU$40.

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These Lego sets give us a look into this summer's "Spider-Man: Homecoming."

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This set appears to show the bank robbery scene teased in a "Spider-Man: Homecoming" trailer.

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Moving over to the DC Comics world, this Mighty Micros set pits Batman against Killer Moth.

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The "DC Super Hero Girls" set shows off the high school. It costs $80 and is out now. International prices aren't available, but that converts to about £65 or AU$105.

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This Batwing from "The Lego Batman Movie" will be available as a buildable set. It'll launch in June for $90. That converts to about £70 or AU$120.

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Lego's BrickHeadz line is releasing a "Beauty and the Beast" set in time for the live-action film's debut in March.

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Will the civil war continue between the BrickHeadz editions of Iron Man and Captain America?

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These life-size editions of a Lego Ninjago character and Lego Batman are on display at the New York Toy Fair booth.

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Even more Lego minifigures from "The Lego Batman Movie."

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Lego's Minecraft playsets are expanding this year with The Ocean Monument, which arrives in August for $110. International prices aren't available, but that converts to about £90 or AU$140.

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The Witch Hunt playset comes out in March and costs $60, which converts to about £50 or AU$80.

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Another look at the Battle on Scarif playset from "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story."

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