When it comes to cool science fiction movie toys, the Star Wars Legos sets are definitely a collector's dream come true. These great building block play toys allow youngsters and adults alike to construct many of the well known vehicles and scenes from the popular sci-fi movies. The toys also allow for the construction of whatever one's imagination can conceive, including new never seen before items to be part of the Star Wars universe. In this article, we'll discuss the many cool play sets available in this great line of LEGO toys!

Let's have a look at some of the cool Star Wars LEGO sets available on the market that match up with episodes I through III of the six movie series. The toys have been manufactured since back in 1999 through the present year, making for an incredible line of Legos. Some of the first toys in the series included sets and vehicles from the Phantom Menace movie such as the Lightsaber Duel scene, Darth Maul's Sith Infiltrator and the Gungan Sub which Qui-Gon Jin, Jar Jar Binks and Obi Wan Kenobi used underwater in the movie. There's even the famous Mos Espa Podrace which featured young Anakin as a pod racer.

Episode II Attack of the Clones also produced several cool new LEGO toys. It featured Jango Fett, a mysterious Bounty Hunter who had been cloned to create the droid army, aka Stormtroopers. The toys from Lego included Jango's spaceship, Obin Wan's Jedi Starfight, and the infamous Jedi Duel scene between the evil Count Dooku and Jedi master Yoda.

The final movie created in the Star Wars series was Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. For this movie, more toys were unleashed that allow fans to build their favorite vehicles and settings. Amongst the popular items released mainly in 2005-06 are the V-Wing fighter, the Darth Vader Transformation set, and the Ultimate Lightsaber Duel, where fans can recreate the famous fight on the fiery lava area between Anakin and his Jedi mentor Obi Wan.

Of course the other cool thing you'll get with any of the Star Wars Lego toys you buy is the extra included minifigures which also correspond to the characters in the movies. Some of these figures have become rare collectibles just like the larger action figures and are being sold on eBay or Amazon.com at a high price. Some sets include one figure, while larger sets like the nearly $500 Death Star include over 10 extra figures to use with the set.

Basically, the LEGO company has created a futuristic world of possibilities when it comes to giving fans and avid builders some cool replica toy sets to work with. The Star Wars universe will continue to live on in the imaginations of many with the help of these fun and creative toys!