There's something about the combination of LEGO and Star Wars that just works on every nerdy level, from small minifigures to massive custom sculptures of AT-ATs and the Millennium Falcon. Some of the newest additions to the group: three LEGO replica sculptures from a galaxy far, far away that will be on display at this year's Toy Fair 2016, a trade show where all the latest toys and games are unveiled.
The replicas are the second wave of statues commissioned by the LEGO Group (the first featured Rey, BB8, and Kylo Ren). Made to scale with over 20,000 bricks and a combined weight of over 400 pounds, the figures resemble Captain Phasma, Finn, and Poe Dameron from Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015).
The largest of the collection is the Captain Phasma sculpture. It took creators 275 hours and a total of 37,556 blocks to create the 81.5-inch figure. The 67.3-inch Poe and 68.9-inch Finn sculptures each weigh 112 pounds, and took 195 hours and 205 hours to build, respectively.
Take a look at the detailed figures from various angles below.
All images via LEGO Group.