Star Wars LEGO Sets are super popular among LEGO fans and Star Wars fans also. Star Wars LEGO bricks are very fun to collect and make for a great way to express how much of a fan you are of the Star Wars series of movies. The following is a list of all of the Star Wars movies released to date.
|The Phantom Menace - A list of all LEGO sets created around Episode I: The Phantom Menace.|
|Attack of the Clones - A list of all the LEGO sets created around Episode II: Attack Of The Clones.|
|Revenge Of The Sith- A list of all the LEGO sets created around Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith|
|A New Hope - A list of all the LEGO sets created around Episode IV: A New Hope.|
|The Empire Strikes Back - A list of all the LEGO sets created around Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.|
|Return of the Jedi - A list of all the LEGO sets created around Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.|
|The Clone Wars - A list of all the LEGO sets created around Star Wars: The Clone Wars|
The LEGO Group signed on with LucasFilms back in 1999 to build Star Wars LEGO Sets. This was significant because at the time LEGO did not work with other companies on designing it's themes. This union was actually the first time LEGO decided to build an already licensed product into a LEGO system. Since then, LEGO has created many other already licensed themes like Sponge Bob Squarepants and Harry Potter.
The LEGO Groups' decision to go ahead and build themes centered on licensed products has been a boon to sales for the company and for expanding on it's already healthy fan base. The crossover in fans from Star Wars to LEGO toys has been tremendous and all but guarantees that the LEGO Group and Star Wars will be building Star Wars LEGO Sets for many years to come. Combined with LucasFilms apparently releasing Star Wars films more regularly, LEGO should continue its growth.
There have been seven movies released for the Star Wars series of films thus far. The LEGO Group has created an extensive line of LEGO sets for each of these films and many LEGO fans and Star Wars fans are focused on collecting each LEGO set for each of the movies. This is quite the task, not just because LEGO sets tend to be expensive but also because many sets are proving to be very elusive. The LEGO Group has continued it's pattern of releasing LEGO sets for a certain period of time and then discontinuing them. This has led to a high demand for certain Star Wars LEGO systems and tends to cause inflated prices on auction sites like eBay or even on sites like Amazon.