75038 LEGO Star Wars Jedi Interceptor

by LEGO®

75038 LEGO Star Wars Jedi Interceptor is rated 4.64 out of 5 by 25.
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Load up Anakin Skywalker™ and R2-D2™ into the agile Jedi™ Interceptor with opening cockpit, folding wing flaps and new dual spring-loaded shooters. Then take to the stars and rescue Palpatine™ from the clutches of the evil confederate forces! Includes Anakin Skywalker minifigure with a Lightsaber and R2-D2.

Dimensions: 7.52000" H × 2.40000" W × 10.31000" L

Shipping weight: 0.75 lbs.

UPC: 673419209366

Sub-brand: LEGO® Star Wars
Found in: Building Sets
Appropriate for ages: 7 - 12

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from anakins ship. this set is a great investment for your money and would recommend it for you. if your a star wars fan like I am . and it is a great replica in my opinion so I would give it a 9.8 out of 10.0 ................
Date published: 2015-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best set EVER!! First, I would like to share how awesomely it was priced. $24.99?? That's awesome! It has such great detail, and AMAZING minifigures! If you have $25, this is the set for you!
Date published: 2015-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome R2-D2!!! They finally have a good R2-D2!!! The Anakin is also really nice, but both sides of his face has the headset comlink on him. I love the cockpit because there's so much space inside but it wobbles around when it's open. The flaps on the wings are nice although I think there should be some Technic to open and close them so that when you set it down, they wont close. The shape is nice, but it should look better on the bottom. It's just a bunch of 1x4 plates that aren't even the right color. I like that they added some spring loaded missiles rather than flick missiles. I think that there is no need to ever make another flick missile again.
Date published: 2015-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good set nicely designed. Reasonably priced , great to display with iconic minifigures Anakin Skywalker and R2-D2.
Date published: 2014-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Evolution of Jedi Interceptor Similar to the V-Wing evolution, the Jedi Interceptor now feels a bit more sturdy/solid versus its original version. The one issue I have is the loose opening canopy over the cockpit. As much as the use of the Technic parts adds to the connections needed a more smoother and solid opening mechanism would have added to the model's stability. Still looks good on display so this is a minor item that can be fixed later on.
Date published: 2014-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cool Set I enjoyed putting this set together. To be fair, I haven't put a set together in about 30 years and i'm just getting back into it with my daughter. She got a Friends set and I, of course, choose a Star Wars set and we built them together. I used to build all the old Space sets and that's where my Lego memories live. I was pleasantly surprised to feel the same excitement of putting a set together and flying my spaceship around the house! (my wife always always said I was her second child!) It is nice to see that Lego has stayed close to the fun of the flexibility of common pieces while still lending authenticity to the branded sets with some specialized pieces. This was a fun set to build and I enjoyed the play afterwards. More than anything, this was a great way to connect and spend time with my daughter. Thanks Lego!
Date published: 2014-11-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from this is a good set the technique to build the features is amazing I could not improve that but I wanted a better inside for the cockpit
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another interceptor for the collection I got this set the other day with some extra money I had lying around. I wanted it since it was first released, but I had other priorities. Now that I have it, I regret not getting it sooner. While the design hasn't changed much since the 2012 design, it's changed drastically from the original 2005 version. Like most sets, what you see on the box is what you get. This one has no hidden features or weird builds at all, it's pretty straightforward. The features of the set are very similar to the last version, posable s-foils, cockpit, space for R2-D2 and missiles on the underside. Where this set changes is in the minor aspects of the build. Firstly, the Republic Emblum on the wing is now a sticker, and not the printed piece. Another small change is the fact that trans-blue discs are used instead of trans-blue studs for the rocket boosters. My least favourite change is the fact that the cockpit's windscreen is connected by a halfpin instead of an axel, so it spins freely instead of staying in place. On the subject of the cockpit, the piece has been re-designed and no longer has issues with clutch power. My least favourite part of the set is the new spring-loaded shooter. It sticks out from the underside like a Bantha in a herd of Dewbacks. When inserted, the green missiles ruin the overall look of the set. And, as stated in other reviews, they fire too easily. I've accidentally set it off when I built it, when I picked it up to look at it, when I put it down, when I moved it to the shelf, when I set it down on the shelf, and countless other times when I reloaded the missile that I just accidentally shot. So after 20 minutes of trying to keep them in place I just took them out and put them aside. Overall, the set is designed wonderfully, and I definately recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Star Wars.
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Space Battles!!! This is an epic set from an epic movie, battle, and scene in Star Wars. I like the new minifigs and design of the set. I like the spring-loaded shooters and the opening cockpit with lightsaber storage. It is a very nice set for 223 pieces
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from New Artoo! And Annie too Well, here it is. The set LEGO has had available in some color or other since 2005, but hasn't actually remade since then. With a few minor upgrades to the 9494 one, this wouldn't be much of an eye-catcher, buuuuuut..... R2-D2 has gotten an upgrade! Yep, The iconic droid finally has a redo. Now, I have been in mourning for Artoo since 2008, when he got that horrible grey-domed reboot, and even worse, that Clone Wars variant that noone liked. But this version not only looks great, but it is the most accurate version of him made yet. And he's in a $19.99 set! You need to get this set just for him..........yeah, yeah, you get it, Artoo is an epic fig. But I need to move on. ANAKIN SKYWALKER Anakin is one of Star Wars highlights, so I could rave about him, too. But this version isn't all that great. His pilot headset makes him no good for slicing up baddies, and his hair just does not fit him. The Aragorn hairpiece would seriously fit him so much better then that Clone Wars thing he's been packing for six years now. And his face is just too friendly for Anakin's character. That face says I'M A BRONY! not turmoiled, headstrong Jedi. Oh well. He's not a bad fig, just....not perfect. I mean, he only had that headset for about two minutes in the movie. But anyway, on to the ship. So, if you have the 9494, you know what to expect. Tough stickers, lightsaber storage, and silly flick-fire missiles....But wait a minute! Those flick missiles have been replaced by an all-new pressure launcher! Yes, flickers are no more it seems, as glowing green bolts of plastic now shoot forth from your build. They get good range, have better aiming ability then the missiles, and dont need a lot of effort to fire. These new launchers are much more high-tech and stylish then the missiles, but unfortunately, there is a downside. They have to be touched in the back to fire, which makes the ends stick out of the ship's rear. This isn't too bad, but it looks bad from certain angles. And the ship's landing gear consists of a completely hollow droid socket. This looks very awkward indeed from the front, and adds to the silliness of Artoo's legs hanging loose. (Yes that carried over from the 9494.) So in conclusion? The ship is obviously just a way to promote the new Artoo, and is not very original. But is much better looking then the original 2005 version, and while not the best Jedi Interceptor, is actually very good for people who do not have an Interceptor. And, yeah, it is totally worth it just for the NEW ARTOO!
Date published: 2014-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Addition to Star Wars Collection This is my second Lego Star Wars set and I bought it mostly because I love the movie scene. I had to force myself to slow down a bit when I was building it as I want to enjoy it more. I haven't played Lego since I was a kid and I notice that they really paid attention to details nowadays. The details in cockpit and the small compartment on the wings where R2-D2 goes is pretty neat. I hope Lego recreate the Naboo Fighter because I love that ship! Minifigures: Anakin Skywalker: 4/5 R2-D2: 5/5
Date published: 2014-05-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Update to a Great Set To make this quick, I'll break it down into minifigures and pro/cons: Figs: The minifigures included in this set are Anakin Skywalker and R2-D2. Anakin is great, he was a double-sided head with a headset printed. His robes are very basic, but -yay- the legs are printed! R2-D2 got a nice update this year. Silver/Metallic dome wit a more detailed body. It's hard NOT to love good old Artoo. Pros: Very detailed Astromech Cockpit Lightsaber storage Blasters NEW MISSILES! They shoot amazing! Easy to swoosh around and make 'pew pew pew' noises Cons Missiles sometime shoot when you're flying the ship
Date published: 2014-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lock on to m R2 I purchased this set for my self and i love it. the size is great and its got a lot of really cool pieces. pros -it has a new anakin and R2-D2. -it doesn't have a lot of stickers. cons -the set does not come obi-wans starfighter. i would totally buy this.
Date published: 2014-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lego..... you did it again I got this set thinking it would be small but it's pretty big it's worth my money the slick details on it is just cool okay here's the pros and cons pros: big cockpit window, big wings, no more flick fire missles, new spring loaded missles, cons: there is none I would definitely recommend this to anyone.
Date published: 2014-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not bad This is a pretty good Jedi Interceptor. Lego designers have used six hinges on the main wings to hold the wings on better, but the cockpit falls apart and the wings fall off anyways. They sacrificed details for durability but it appears this did not work. The outer side wing tips fall off if not careful. But overall a pretty good design.
Date published: 2014-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Favorite Lego Set So Far! I just bought this set yesterday and ever since then i haven't been able to put it down! i love playing with this set and i'm SUPER excited that this came out since the 2005 release. Here's a list of pros and cons: Pros: -Spring loaded shooters! (SO much better than flick fires) -Great detail on Anakin. his likeness to the actor is INCREDIBLE -R2-D2 has his usual gray tone replaced with a chrome silver and his blue is a nice, metallic, darker tone as well. -The new republic symbol stud is amazingly useful especially since there is an extra to use on your other sets! -cockpit has a new design and a sleek, round, look -stickers are very creative and useful to make the set come alive -new and very cool custom yellow pieces -a holder for R2 which was not included in 2005 -the main wings can rotate a little to be straight in landing mode, or slanted in flight -the mini wings are very nice with the opening feature for battling in deep space! Here are my cons: -Cockpit tends to fall down a lot when you're not wanting it to -R2-D2's legs can be seen from the bottom of the ship -Mini wings do not have a set place to be when opened, so i'm very finicky when it comes to putting them in the right spot -This set could have used a few buzz droids, but NOO we have to buy the V-droid SEPARATELY because count dukoo issued an order that if you want to be attacked by separatist forces you have to pay another 24.99 -if they included buzz droids, the price would be reasonable but since it's currently 24.99 i think maybe it should be 19.99 well that's all from me now but those cons are NO REASON to stray away from this set. overall i think this set is incredible and you should go buy it right now! =]
Date published: 2014-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As the new sets roll out, from time to time you'll see new builds of old favorites, and this one is by far one of my favorites. This was a very cool build from the start, and for me it was also very exciting as I missed out on getting the original 2005 Jedi Interceptor so it was almost like Christmas morning putting this set together. There's many things to love about this set, first off newly redesigned mini-figures. While R2-D2 is just a shade of grey darker but Anakin's redesign is where it's at, while I love the novelty of the original Episode III and Clone Wars mini-figures but they don't compare to the redesign. As the new Anakin is more accurate than ever, and in turn looks even cooler. While personally the Anakin mini-figure almost makes up the set itself for me but you can't ignore the Interceptor. One thing thing that sets this set apart from the original, (among many other things), is that this one can hold a full bodied R2-D2 unlike the original 2005 set which only had an R2-D2 head on the body of the ship. Not only that but it still holds a fairly small body figure without adding too much bulk. Another thing I love about this set is how detailed it is, from the slanted wings to the primary blasters on the ship. And one cool new thing added to the ship is new spring loaded missiles, which is light years better than those horrid flick missiles. But not every set is perfect as the hatch for opening the cockpit is a bit shoddy, not a very solid opening and closing. And I find the placement of the new missiles is in an awkward place, and in turn making the ship uncomfortable to hold from the body. As I find any other place to hold it equally as uncomfortable. Even with these considerably minor cons this is still a great fun build, fit for Star Wars fans of all ages.
Date published: 2014-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! I bought this set for a friend and i that it was awesome looking! I love the ship! It is kinda big and the new spring loaded function is awesome! Anakin is really cool with his new face and the new r2-d2 is the best ever! This set is good for kids but maybe to hard to build for the smallest kids. T
Date published: 2014-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cool set This is a nice set for Lego Fans! There are many Pros but not many Cons -Pros Spring fired missiles Good figure printing Very nice detail in such a small set Awesome vehicle army builder Slid back cockpit -Cons Small Needs a vulture droid or a droid gunship or some other vehicle So, all and all cool set Nice job Lego!
Date published: 2014-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value The Jedi interceptor is one of best Star Wars III Lego sets for the money, EVER. Although the piece-and-brick count doesn't exactly follow the ten cents per brick rule, the set looks really big and and has all sorts of features. It has 2 spring-loaded shooters, wing-foil things that can move really well (well, that is on all interceptors), a space for R2-D2, a space for Anakin's lightsaber, an opening cockpit, and it lands comfortably. The mini-figures are also good. Pros: Shooters: They work really well, but be careful, they shoot FAR (and they can accidentally go off. Movable parts Anakin: Two-side printed face, leg, front body and back body printing. Overall best Anakin yet. 10/10 R2-D2: Shiny head, best R2-D2, 8/10 New metallic grille: I believe this is a new piece. It is just your average Lego 2 by 1 grille, but it has a cool silvery color. Cons: There should have been a red one as well, I guess for me the red one is cooler.
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from New Artoo (Oh, and an Interceptor) If you missed the original Anakin's Yellow Intercepter, then you're in luck. This model is very close to the build of 9494. Best feature: New Artoo printed droid figure. Get two of this set just for that. Great swoosh factor, excellent Anakin minifig, easy build. The staggering CON that I saw (and wonder if it was an oversight) is the starboard-side underside where the old flick-fire missles of 9494 have been completely removed. It's a hollow shell. I'm not sure how I feel about the new spring-loaded missles (never been a fan, myself), but to leave out literally 8 pieces that could have added TWO MORE flick-fire missles seems very odd. So you have this empty, gutted "socket" with no discernable function. Other than that, for the price, you should pick this up and enjoy. PROS: If you missed out on the first Yellow Jedi Interceptor, GET THIS ONE New Artoo is Excellent CONS: Gutted starboard side flickfire system from 9494 looks very very odd.
Date published: 2014-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW! This is amazing! Probably my new favourite LEGO set of all time! (yeah it's that cool) I love the design of it, it's very movie accurate. Probably the best feature are the new launchers, they fly really far with power. I think the minifigs are great, I like how R2 is more realistic with the chrome silver and darker blue. Also, Anakin's headpiece thing is really cool, it looks just like the movie. Pros: Great Ship Awesome Figs Neat Launchers Great Value Cons: ...Nothing
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great set! Definetley worth it's price! This is obviously the easiest LEGO purchase I have EVER made! AS soon as I saw it on LEGO.com/shop I was SOOOO exited! I went to the store immediately. I played with it. and my only complaint is that, whenever I'm playing with it, like taking Anakin out, or lifting up the wing flaps, I find myself hitting the new missiles they go off flying who knows where. But I guess that really isn't a problem Pros- Great set. Low Price. Great new minifigs. Glad to see Artoo can fit in the wing. The cockpit folds back. Looks AMAZING. New spring loaded missiles. And there are no cons... ever to this set
Date published: 2014-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's been coming out since 2005, yet still amazes The lego version of a jedi interceptor is nothing new amongs star wars lego fans and especially for me since i own every variation of it to date. So this begs the question: why am i still intrigued by it's design? This is truly a special lego star wars model, as it has been rehashed about five times already wet still hasn't lost its glamour. The particular design is a redesign of the original yellow starfighter released in 2005, yet it offers new features making it a must-buy. To start of with the minifigures. This set comes with two brand new ones, an all-new Anakin Skywalker and a new R2-D2. Anakin sports the same torso and legs as the previous incarnation but features an updated head print with a serious face on one side and a smilling on the other. Thus, a gold communications headset is printed on the face. R2-D2 though, has had a complete makeover, changing from a traditional blue colour to a darker tone. And FINALLY, the head has been changed from the old-fashioned grey to a slightly chrome silver. Now off to the ship itself. The fighter has a grey and yellow colour scheme with a far more detailed control panel which is depicted using a sticker and a lightsaber holster. The cockpit though similar to the previous design, is in fact a new piece. There is more detail than in the 2012 version and the linings are better giving it a more accurate look. The wings still fold out revealing the detail below. There is also a small republic emblem on the left wing. Last, but certainly not least the most important new feature, the flick fire missiles have been replaced by a new, far better spring-loaded function, finally leaving behind the flick missiles (thank you LEGO). Two of them are places below, on the ship's bottom. So for everyone that can't read the whole text Pros: - New firing system - New Anakin, new R2 - Slightly more improved design - Better control panel - New pieces - NO MORE FLICK-FIRE MISSILES! Cons: - Not to many alterations - Two minifigures only All in all this model keeps somethig old, yet isn't afraid of being innovative. A wonderful set that's worth it's money
Date published: 2014-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Jedi Interceptor I have wanted this set for a long time, and after the wait this was well worth it! This set is very movie accurate and has got a lightsaber holder (very handy). Probably the best feature of the set are of course the spring loaded missiles and the few stickers. Now onto the mini figures: Anakin has been very well designed, and nice to see a good headset and R2 is good too. The ship is very sturdy and it includes lots of detail. The spring loaded missiles are powerful :-) and it can even knock down a Spider Droid. All in all the spring loaded missiles are a great substitution for the flick fire missiles. Onto the ratings... Anakin: 9/10 R2-D2: 8.5/10 Ship: 9.5/10 Sets that make the set better are 75041 Vulture Droid and 75043 Tri-Fighter. The one thing I would add to the set is a buzz droid or Count Dooku (maybe). Brilliant set and well worth the money.
Date published: 2014-01-01

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75038 LEGO Star Wars Jedi Interceptor

75038 LEGO Star Wars Jedi Interceptor

by LEGO®

Appropriate for ages: 7 - 12

Dimensions: 7.52000" H × 2.40000" W × 10.31000" L

Shipping weight: 0.75 lbs.

UPC: 673419209366