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The Rise of the Skywalker marks the end of the third trilogy of Star Wars movies and this LEGO set includes franchise fans in the action. The Y-Wing Starfighter LEGO kit has 578 pieces and comes with Poe, Zorii Bliss, and First Order Snowtrooper minifigures, plus D-O and a astromech droid.
You’ve never seen the Millenium Falcon like this before! A Funko Pop! Han Solo (who else?) mans this scale replica of his famous ship, first seen in the original trilogy. It comes in a window box display that serious collectors will appreciate.
Every Jedi in training needs their own lightsaber to be ready to battle the dark side. This one is customizable, so they can build something entirely their own. The kit comes with a blue lightsaber, two shorter lightdaggers, and eight hinges and handles to mix and match. Each piece lights up on its own and makes sounds like lightsabers in the movie.
As a LEGO set, everyone’s favorite "bucket of bolts" features a detachable cockpit, dual spring-loaded shooters, and an interior that nails all the details, right down to the Dejarik board. And what’s the Millenium Falcon without someone to fly it? This 1,329 piece kit comes with minifigures of Han, Chewie, Rey, Finn, BB-8, and more.
Can you name Anakin Skywalker’s home planet and the color of Mace Windu’s lightsaber? Then this is the game for you. The Star Wars version of the much-loved trivia game has more than 1,800 questions—ranging from easy to hard—that cover the three Star Wars prequels, the three original Star Wars movies, and The Force Awakens.
In The Rise of Skywalker, BB-8 gets his own fan: this D-O Droid that follows his every move. As a toy, you can control the droid via the corresponding app and make it follow, chase, guard, or be on high alert for any Stormtroopers. This D-O Droid is a Target exclusive.
Mr. Potato Head has gone to the dark side! The youngest Star Wars fans will get a kick out of dressing up their beloved spud as the evil Darth Vader, complete with his iconic red lightsaber. There are also Yoda, Stormtrooper, and Luke Skywalker versions available (all sold separately), if Darth Tater is a little scary.
Made famous in a viral video years ago, this Chewbacca mask is pretty irresistible. When the wearer opens their mouth to speak, out comes a Wookiee “Raaawr!” The mask can be customized to fit little or big faces. It's the perfect accessory for a Star Wars-themed party!
You can have an epic face-off of the dark and light side of The Force in a way that combines your love of the movies with a classic bar game. The red side represents Darth Vader, while the blue is for Luke Sykwalker—symbolized by their lightsaber colors, as anyone who calls themselves a Star Wars fan already realized. This Disney-licensed foosball table is an Amazon exclusive and arrives with some assembly required.