The global fan celebration officially kicked off in the USA with midnight store openings in New York City. In addition to docking Star Destroyers, it looks like The Supremacy can build and fix new ships, which makes The First Order an even more fearsome foe to the Resistance. This is the second minifigure released along with the stand and backing card, following 40268 R3-M2.
All the new Last Jedi toys revealed yesterday were mostly based on things we already know are going to be in the new movie, from precious porgs to angry-looking heavy walkers. Because places are limited, fans can register for the event online here. It includes a Star Wars Lightsaber controller, a tracking beacon and of course the AR/VR headset.
As the world celebrates Star Wars Force Friday II, one London department store is offering fans the ultimate experience by opening a replica of the famous Cantina. Perhaps "Star Wars: Jedi Challenges" will share some of this technology.
Before pretty much anyone, Lucas could see the future wasn't just in the movies, but all the stuff that surrounds them.
To check out the entire line of new Topps cards, head to the gallery below!
Lego fans may like the Lego Star Wars TIE Striker Walker for $48.49.
The first "Force Friday" event in 2015 was a major boon to Disney and licensing partners like Hasbro and Lego ahead of the release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", which kicked off a new trilogy of films for the venerable franchise. The kit comes with everything kids need to create and customize a droid straight out of the box. It works with iOS and Android and will be available this holiday season. Or you can participate in an augmented reality treasure hunt at the Disney Store and 20,000 retail locations.
As part of the Sphero BB-9E droid revealed for Force Friday II, Sphero's companion app has updated with an AR experience that allows players to tour the bridge of Supreme Leader Snoke's ship, The Supremacy.
The dark side just got a whole lot cuter.