The Mandalorian & The Child is LEGO set 75317-1. It has a score of 76. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 3 reviews, based on 5 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 30.3% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in BrickHeadz.
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Great set especially the Mando build. Love the techniques.
The best thing about this set is that LEGO didn't phone it in to cash in on hype from The Mandalorian – both Din Djarin and the Child sport excellent and varied designs, most evident by the level of detail crammed into The Mandalorian Brickheadz. That said, I think LEGO really missed out on making this an exceptional set by omitting the use of chromed/reflective elements for The Mandalorian's helmet.
Being based on my favorite Star Wars license since Rogue One isn't enough to score this any higher than a 2. BrickHeadz being their own thing makes it easy to pass and spend your money on other sets that are true to what a LEGO set should be. And BrickHeadz are not it.
75317 The Mandalorian & The Child is certainly among my favourite BrickHeadz models, not only because I love these characters but also based upon their tremendous design. The titular Mandalorian appears suitably rugged, featuring an impressive helmet and mismatched armour components which correspond precisely with the source material.
I want to be objective about these BrickHeadz characters, for all of you reading this with your arms crossed who haven't decided yet whether to buy the set, but I honestly can't. I just love this LEGO set too much. Take the adorable Baby Yoda and apply the adorable BrickHeadz aesthetic to the little guy, and then give him a heavily armed protector in equally cute form, and I'm just done for. And then you flip his ears around and tweak his eyes a bit to make him sad. I can't even, as the kids say.
With The Mandalorian having such a cultural impact, it's no surprise characters from the show have influenced a few LEGO sets. Beyond the previously released Raider AT-AT and the upcoming Razor Crest playsets, a BrickHeadz set seems a fitting way to portray The Mandalorian and The Child characters. If you've built any previous BrickHeadz, then there isn't really anything new in terms of the build. The hoverpram is a welcomed addition and it fits the style of the BrickHeadz, despite being rather curvy.