First look at the LEGO 75367 UCS Venator!

Update: LEGO have officially unveiled the 75367 UCS Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser! It will retail for US$649.99 and will be released on 1 October 2023 on!

We have the very first photos of the upcoming LEGO 75367 UCS Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser!

This massive 5,374-piece set has not been officially revealed by LEGO, but I was sent these photos by Long JM, who spotted it on the shelves at a LEGO Store in KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) in Malaysia.

We also don’t have a release date yet, but as it’s on shelf, we can probably expect it in October 2023. It’s priced at RM2,849 which is about US$626.

This ship is absolutely MASSIVE, measuring 109cm (43 in’) long, and 32cm (12.5in.) tall.

The set also comes with two minifigure – an updated version of Captain Rex and Admiral Yularen from the Clone Wars era.

Here’s a look at the back and sides of the box.

It’s a great time to be a fan of the Prequels and Clone Wars era ships, and this is a fantastic celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Clone Wars.

We should get an official reveal soon, with release dates and global pricing soon!

13 responses to “First look at the LEGO 75367 UCS Venator!”

  1. Anthony says:

    I don’t rip them open… I don’t buy them at all I prefer the sets or odd things like the Voltron and the Nintendo. Please stopp harassing me about opening packages, I only replied to someone’s post because they said something about imagine if they did that to trading cards… And I said they wouldn’t because that is the whole point you trade them with others and everyone tries to make their set or just get fave players… Blind bag is not the same with toy because you would rarely trade Legos with another child in the first place, so it would be weird unless they bring them to school together to trade which probably isn’t allowed in classroom anyway. I do not see the positive for parent or shield in this venture.
    That being said I am NOT going to rip up a bunch of boxes OR bring a scale into a store so that security can be like look at this weirdo weighing all the Lego bags like an asshole… Who has time for that!?! I mean seriously just make small sets of figures at once like all gang of Scooby Doo or something not hunt for the extra extra rare scrappy do! NO! Just put him in the dam set with the others people WILL BUY them then because they will be getting something a child may enjoy like imagining a Scooby Doo episode for the day as opposed to buying 6 blind bags getting one fred, three Velma’s, shaggy, and then shaggy with blue shirt variant that he never wore ever always in the green shirt… Every time it’s called keeping on model (sheet) in animation to create consistency in a character that will eventually be recognized by that specific outfit or image. When you take that away and say put Kermit the frog but purple would the child not maybe think Kermit’s cousin instead? It breaks the illusion and is only really for money to company and collector ocd to need the variant there’s a reason someone made the phrase “oldie but a goodie” meaning you maintain that same charm as when you first had it. It’s becoming too many licences and money that the children are really losing out on the experience of a great toy…sorry such a long rant but I don’t like being interrupted doing something by phone alert from saying “please stop destroying our packaging”
    If this is the real problem try a different marketing strategy…🤔

  2. falconfighter02 says:

    Do you guys think there will be an interior or nah?

  3. WEBricks says:

    Imagine being the first person in the world to buy the UCS Venator.

    • Long JM says:

      I ALMOST became the very first person to actually buy the UCS Venator but did not buy it since I am already pass the stage of being crazy of Lego, got financial commitments, no longer single with lots of disposable income, will have big problem hiding it from wife and the price is absolutely bonkers. This is not something I will swipe my card as an impulse buy.
      What I did felt was the sheer excitement of seeing a never before set out in the wild. I never follow the rumor mill and while I do check brickset daily I rarely keep up with other Lego news. So upon seeing this set was like striking gold in a way. At times my hands were on my head in disbelief. I have heard about Lego sets being accidentally sold early in Walmarts or Targets around the world but in an official Lego Store inside KLIA Terminal 1 Main terminal Domestic Airside of all places? Also I saw it late on Friday night after a night flight from Kuching and according to the store assistant it was placed on the shelf on Thursday! It’s like someone at Lego wanted to see how long before anyone notice there is a UCS Venator in the shop.
      Also it never crossed my mind to flip/goreng/invest should I bought it. As a Lego fan all I wanted was to share my excitement of seeing this set and inform everyone what I saw. Left the set for whoever is lucky enough to buy it later.
      Since I took the photos I am not sure if anyone has bought the set or even noticed that such as set exists. If someone did buy it for some reason then it will be the very first UCS Venator sold by Lego. Time will tell if it appears on Ebay or on some social media platform.

  4. Anis says:

    Is it just me, or does the front shot remind you of Jar Jar?

  5. Keith says:


  6. Bridger McGaw says:

    Who buys a UCS in the airport???

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