Lego X Wing to promote The Yoda Chronicles in Times Square

Lego X Wing in Times Square

Lucky Duck gets inside the X Wing, the largest Lego ever built.

Times Square has a very cool exhibit to promote The Yoda Chronicles, airing on Cartoon Network, May 29th, 8/7c. Under the big lights, next to the famous bleachers, sits a life sized X Wing, made out of over 5 and a half million Lego pieces. It took three months to build and arrived in New York via many, many trucks. You can grab a free “Boarding Block” and use it to sit in the X Wing cockpit and get a free photo! And when you leave, you can build a free X Wing out of Legos to take home.

Joe (of The Missing Linc blog) and I stood in line in the rain today, under my Badgley Mischka umbrella from Bella Umbrella, and got inside the cockpit of the X Wing!

Here are the pictures we got to take home for free.

Inside the cockpit Lego X Wing in Times Square Joe and I on the X Wing

Get up close and personal with the X Wing in Times Square

Here is a clip sharing the specs and giving a close up look at this AWESOME display.

Characters all over the place

It was fun to check out the Lego figures of our favorite characters!

Lego Star Wars in Times Square C3PO R2D2 Lego Star Wars in Times Square R2D2 Lego Star Wars in Times Square X Wing
Lego Star Wars in Times Square Chewy Lego Star Wars in Times Square Darth Lego Star Wars in Times Square Boba

 

A free swag bag, too!

They gave out amazing gifts, including a Yoda Chronicles comic book. I don’t want this bag for myself, so if you want mine, let me know. Although, if Ruark wants it, he gets first grabs, given I went to his Hughes the Force movie screening and spent time with him at the Star Wars exhibit at Toys R Us in Times Square.

Here is the video from that day.

Here’s a look at what’s in the bag.

Swag Bag Lego Star Wars in Times Square Swag Bag Lego Star Wars in Times Square Swag Bag Lego Star Wars in Times Square

Joe’s blog post is more comprehensive

As a real Star Wars fan, Joe did an awesome job capturing the event on his blog, The Missing Linc. Make sure you check it out, to see the event through the eyes of a real expert.

 

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