Immediate Media’s LEGO title from a galaxy far, far away is currently your only means of picking up an official, traditional TIE Interceptor, which hasn’t been seen in bricks since 2006 – back when they were still black and blue, and would still fall apart if you so much as glanced in their direction.
This 42-piece, foil-bagged mini model doesn’t suffer the same fate, thankfully, although a lot of that is probably to do with it being so tiny. Click here for a closer look at the freebie, which will probably be your main reason for picking up Issue 67 of the LEGO Star Wars magazine.
That’s unless you have young LEGO fans in your house, of course, because the mag is – as always – packed with plenty to keep them happy, including comics, puzzles, posters and activities. You’ll even find some nifty cut-out bookmarks on the back page, ready to be used with War and Peace or The Great Gatsby, or whatever it is kids are reading these days.
Issue 67 will remain on sale at all good newsagents and supermarkets until February 9. The next issue will then arrive on February 10, bundled with what may well be a unique Mandalorian minifigure.