SDCC – LEGO Tantive IV

LEGO Tantive IV

Blasting through space with Darth Vader’s Star Destroyer in pursuit, the Tantive IV blockade runner carries Princess Leia, C-3PO and R2-D2 on a vital mission for the Rebel Alliance. Celebrate the entire Star Wars saga with this all-new version of the very first starship seen in the films! The Tantive IV features an opening cockpit, rotating and elevating turbo laser cannons, rotating radar dish, removable roof section and interior command center.  It also includes an opening compartment with removable cargo transport vehicle and 2 detachable escape pods for the droids to make their getaway with the Death Star plans! Includes Princess Leia, C-3PO, R2-D2, Captain Antilles and Rebel Trooper minifigures.  Measures 20.5″ (52 cm) x 7.5″ (19 cm) x 5.5″ (14 cm).

  • Includes 5 minifigures: Princess Leia, C-3PO, R2-D2, Captain Antilles and a Rebel Trooper!
  • Open the cockpit and place 2 minifigures inside!
  • Turbo laser cannons on top and bottom can rotate and elevate
  • Features a removable roof!
  • Lots of interior details including Leia’s desk and command center with seats for 2 minifigures!
  • Open the storage compartment to reveal the cargo transport vehicle
  • Features rotating radar disc and 2 detachable escape pods!
  • Measures 20.5″ (52 cm) long, 7.5″ (19 cm) wide and 5.5″ (14 cm) tall

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  • Spiro Dousias

    Leia’s desk?? I don’t remember that part of the movie. Does it come with Leia stationary? Action stapler? Episode 3 post it notes?

  • The detail on this set is pretty good considering the scale they did it at, and it’s awesome that it comes with so many minifigs, but the interior’s going to seem pretty cramped when you compare it to one that some guy made at minifig scale:

  • The detail is great, I’m a fan of the smaller versions of larger ships that they’ve been putting out like the Death Star and the Republic Attack Cruiser where you get smaller versions of huge ships with minifig interiors to give it some play value. More minifig scale sets like the Millennium Falcon would be great but there comes a point where it’s not even feasible to to do make it into a set and not have it take up the entire living room.

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