LEGO Must Rename ‘Mandalorian’ Set That Releases Tomorrow

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A little over a week ago, LEGO Star Wars 75292 The Razor Crest was renamed to The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport. Details about this LEGO set name change were not immediately available, but we now know that it was due to a copyright issue.

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Credit: LEGO

According to Brick Fanatics:

The name “Razor Crest” is trademarked across Europe by Michael Gaßmann, the owner of LEGO-compatible toy Modbrix. Gaßmann apparently submitted the application for the trademark with the German Patent and Trademark Office on January 24 – after The Mandalorian had aired in the US, but before it had arrived in Europe.

In the European market, the name of the set will not be printed on the packaging, so the name change isn’t a major issue. In the United States, however, the name of The Mandalorian LEGO set will appear on the box.

Related: LEGO ‘Star Wars’ The Child Set Leaked

Given that the set is due to release in stores and on LEGO.com tomorrow, this could potentially lead to a major problem for the LEGO company. Since this name change only occurred a few days ago, it serves to reason that all packaging for the Star Wars product was already printed.

It’s likely that the brand has been scrambling to reprint all of the boxes in order to meet these new requirements and avoid any legal issues. This may lead to some delays in each of the products shipping out to customers who place orders.

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Credit: LEGO

The official description of The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport LEGO set reads:

Relive bounty hunter The Mandalorian and the Child’s battles against Scout Trooper and other enemies with The Razor Crest (75292) LEGO® Star Wars™ building toy for kids. This brick-built armored transport shuttle features a cargo hold with opening sides that double as access ramps and carbonite bounty elements inside, a dual LEGO minifigure cockpit, spring-loaded shooters, escape pod and more authentic details to inspire creative play.

Role-play adventures
A challenging build for ages 10 and up, this 1,023-piece starship construction kit includes 5 collectible LEGO Star Wars characters, including new-for-August-2020 The Mandalorian and the Child LEGO minifigures. It’s great for role play and combines with other LEGO Star Wars sets for even more action.

You can purchase your The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport starting tomorrow, September 1, here for $129.99.

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