LEGO release Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Brickheadz set

24 April 2024
LEGO Star War The Phantom Menace Brickheadz figures
Star Wars toy collectors can take home The Phantom Menace LEGO Brickheadz for $54.99, set for a May 1, 2024 release.

Hot on the heels of its announcement of a set inspired by Darth’s Maul Infiltrator spaceship, LEGO is back with another Phantom-Menace themed release. This time it’s a new entry in its popular Brickheadz series, featuring six(!) characters from the Star Wars prequel.


LEGO Brickheadz The Phantom Menace (40676)


The Phantom Menace collection, (40676), includes young Anakin Skywalker in his Podracing outfit, Queen Amidala in full royal dress, Qui-Gon Jinn with lightsaber, Darth Maul with double lightsaber, Captain Panaka (Amidala’s loyal military guard) and… Jar Jar Binks.


Interestingly, rather than splitting up the characters into pairs, as we normally see with Brickheadz, LEGO is selling these as a six-figure collection. As a result, you’ll need to pay £49.99 to get your hands on the Phantom Menace set. That’s actually a small saving, seeing as Brickheadz normally retail for £9.99 each.


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How can I get the LEGO Brickheadz: The Phantom Menace set?


The Phantom Menace set is due for release on May 1st and is listed on the LEGO website, although pre-orders don’t appear to be live yet.


What are LEGO Brickheadz?


LEGO BrickHeadz are collectable LEGO figures with a unique, cube-shaped head. They depict popular characters from franchises like Star Wars, Disney, and Marvel, as well as animals and seasonal themes.  These figures are fun to build, standing at a small and displayable size, making them perfect for LEGO fans of all ages.


Is my Star Wars LEGO worth any money?


Depending on the set and rarity, Star Wars LEGO can often be the most valuable LEGO you can collect. If you are thinking of collecting LEGO or already have an established collection, it may be worth some money.


The value of LEGO can change depending on the condition of the set, or how rare and/or sought after it is. For more information on LEGO collectables and to find out if they could be worth something, visit our LEGO Price Guide.