While the world has its eyes turned to The Book of Boba Fett, Disney remains hard at work on the third season of The Mandalorian. Din Djarin's adventure alongside Baby Yoda (aka Grogu) has captured the imaginations of the Star Wars fandom. Even amongst a great story, no moment got fans out of their seats more emphatically than Luke Skywalker's entrance into the series to finish off Season 2.
Seeing the familiar Jedi served as a nod to the Star Wars stories of yore while also tying into this greater Mandoverse that Kathleen Kennedy and co. are building. While it remains unclear if Skywalker will appear again anytime soon, hints of him coming to Book of Boba Fett are running rampant online right now.
But even if he does not show up any time in the near future, audiences still have the spectacular rescue by the Jedi to look back upon. And now fans can do so in a uniquely blocky way.
Luke's Mando Cameo Gets the Lego Treatment
A new LEGO set appeared online, which centered around Luke Skywalker's appearance in the Season 2 finale of The Mandalorian. The set is named "Dark Trooper Attack" and features the iconic Jedi going up against three Dark Troopers aboard Moff Gideon's star cruiser.
The LEGO set comes with a robed Luke mini-fig alongside three Dark Trooper figurines.
This is the first time this scene has been immortalized in block form and is one that would look perfect in any Star Wars fan's collection.
The Disney+ Lego Era
It is cool to see that Lego is even dipping into the Disney+ realm of the Star Wars universe for their blocky creations. Star Wars LEGO is one of the most iconic of the LEGO brands, so it would only make sense that they would welcome the Disney+ era of the beloved franchise.
What will be interesting to see is if there are any moments like this from The Book of Boba Fett to get the LEGO treatment. Could the train heist from earlier in Boba Fett perhaps make a good Lego set? How about Mando's Dark Saber duel sanctioned by the Armorer from the show's latest episode?
LEGO is no stranger to taking on even the most minor of Star Wars moments so anything from any of these shows is fair game at this point. It will be exciting to see where the block-building company goes next in the Galaxy Far, Far Away.
The first two seasons of The Mandalorian are available to stream now on Disney+.