New Star Wars products for The Mandalorian series announced

Published on: 21st February 2020

The Mandalorian TV series will be released in the UK in March.

TV series The Mandalorian is coming to UK screens on Disney+ on 24th March. Ahead of the release, The Lego Group and Hasbro have announced new Star Wars products.

Fans will be able to build their own Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian & The Child BrickHeadz, complete with signature blaster rifle weapons. The Child, already nicknamed ‘Baby Yoda’ online, has taken meme culture by storm. Featuring adjustable ears that create different facial expressions, as well as a hoverpram ‘floating’ feature, the new Lego BrickHeadz are expected to be a huge hit with fans.

A build for ages 10 and up, the Lego Star Wars RazorCrest Ship consists of 1,023 pieces and features a cockpit, escape pod, spring loaded shooters and five brand new Minifigures; The Mandalorian, IG-11, Greef Karga, Scout Trooper and the Child. The Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian & The Child BrickHeadz and Lego Star Wars The Razor Crest can be purchased in-store and online at

Hasbro will introduce the Star Wars The Child Animatronic Edition Toy which is available to pre-order now. Fans can become The Child’s protector – touching the top of The Child’s head activates over 25 sound and motion combinations, including happy and excited sounds, giggles and babbles and the toy’s head moves up and down, the ears move back and forth, and the eyes open and close.

This animatronic item joins Hasbro’s range of products inspired by the Disney+ series, which includes additional Star Wars The Child products and the Star Wars: The Vintage Collection Imperial Troop Transport Vehicle – all available for fans in the UK to pre-order now.


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