Star Wars and LEGO have both captured the hearts and imaginations of people around the world for decades. Together, as LEGO Star Wars, they have formed a partnership that has given fans some of the most exciting and well-loved toys and merchandise in recent history. No matter how many years pass, Star Wars LEGO never seems to lose momentum. This is certainly proven by the release of LEGO 75323. LEGO Star Wars The Justifier is a starship owned by the bounty hunter Cad Bane in Star Wars: The Bad Batch. The Justifier LEGO set features the unique and intimidating ship from the show, complete with details and characters from the series. It is a perfect addition to any collection of Star Wars LEGO memorabilia.
Fans aged 9 and above can recreate thrilling Star Wars: The Bad Batch adventures with this fantastic LEGO® brick-built replica of Cad Bane’s starship, The Justifier (LEGO 75323). With 1022 pieces, enthusiasts will appreciate the authentic details, including the foldable rear engine for flight and landing, a meticulously designed cockpit, wingtip spring-loaded shooters, and a ‘laser’ jail cell to house Omega. The set includes 4 LEGO Star Wars™ minifigures: Cad Bane, Omega, Fennec Shand, and Hunter, equipped with cool weapons and accessories, along with a Todo 360 LEGO droid figure to inspire boundless storytelling.
|The Bad Batch
LEGO Justifier set could be a great investment opportunity for LEGO Star Wars collectors and in truth general LEGO investors. This set is from a very small sub theme that only has one retired set to analyse. Will the strength of the underlying Star Wars theme at 11% annualised growth will it stack up well with the first retired set from this sub theme? Let’s take a look further at the data to work out whether we should be adding LEGO Justifier to our LEGO Investment portfolios.
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|Launch Price per piece
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These four iconic starships which were released between 2013-2019. Snowspeeder (Set 75144) has earned a total growth of 86% since retirement and an annualised return of 14%. The B-wing Starfighter (Set 10227) has seen a 146% growth with 10% annualised return. Red Five X-wing Starfighter (Set 10240) has seen a 61% total growth and 6% annualised return. Lastly, the Kessel Run Millennium Falcon (Set 75212) has earned 15% total growth and 4% annualised return.
|Red Five X-wing Starfighter
|Kessel Run Millennium Falcon
Comparable Set Analysis
Within the sub-theme there has only been one other set, LEGO Star Wars The Bad Batch Attack shuttle, which retired in December 2022. Whilst only a short period, this set retired at £90 RRP but is currently valued at £111, an increase on 23% in less than a year so far, so promising first signs!
The LEGO Justifier set is a great investment opportunity due to the continuing strength of the main LEGO Star Wars theme and the rising demand for most of the sub theme LEGO collections. With an initial launch RRP of £150, it offers fair value for money with each piece costing just over 0.15p each. Analysis of past data shows that this should show an impressive 10% growth in its future annual value. While there is only one retired set in this sub theme LEGO Star Wars The Bad Batch Attack shuttle, which retired in December 2022. Whilst only a short period, this set retired at £90 RRP but is currently valued at £111, an increase on 23% in less than a year so far, so promising first signs!
This is further bolstered by the fact that the underlying theme of LEGO Star Wars, which the set belongs to, has experienced an 11% growth over the same period. These data points make clear why investing in the Justifier could be an excellent decision for any savvy investor. Currently available on Ebay new and sealed with a big discount.