Four new LEGO Avatar sets unveiled at San Diego Comic Con (SDCC)

LEGO have revealed four new LEGO Avatar sets at San Diego Comic Con, which is running this weekend, giving us a better glimpse into the upcoming LEGO theme inspired by James Cameron’s Avatar films.

These four sets are in addition to 75574 Toruk Makto & Tree of Souls, which was unveiled at LEGO CON 2022. The LEGO Avatar theme will be released globally on and at most toy stores on 1 October 2022.

The slate of sets depicts scenes from the first Avatar movie, as well as the upcoming Way of the Water which premieres in cinemas in December 2022.

If you’d like to, you can pre-order 75572 Jake & Neytiri’s First Banshee Flight from

These sets look okay to me, there are some nice parts, but I’m still not sure what to make of them, as well as the new Avatar minifigures. The pricing is also a little all over the place – it seems a little crazy to charge US$90 for 75573 Floating Mountains Site 26 & RDA Samson – guess those new Direhorse elements don’t come cheap.

Also there doesn’t seem to be a lot of variety with minifigures, with each set including either Jake or Neytiri.

Check out all the new LEGO Avatar sets revealed below!

75571 Neytiri & Thanator vs. AMP Suit Quaritch (560 pieces)

Price: US$39.99
Minifigures: Neytiri, Colonel Miles Quaritch

Hop on your Thanator and connect with it using your Na’vi kuru, then join Neytiri in her quest against Colonel Quaritch! Dive into the action with this awesome LEGO® Avatar set and replay the epic scene. Create the rainforest environment with glow-in-the-dark pieces. Place the Colonel in his AMP suit, seat Neytiri on her Thanator and get started. Who will prevail? That’s up to you!

75572 Jake & Neytiri’s First Banshee Flight (572 pieces)

Price: US$59.99
Minifigures: Neytiri, Jake Sully (Avatar)

Prove your worthiness to join the Na’vi and fly a Banshee! With this LEGO® Avatar set, you can join Jake and Neytiri as they swoop around the Hallelujah Mountains. Climb onto the Banshee, connect your Na’vi kuru with the creature and fly into the clouds. Check out the different floating mountains as you fly around, then soar back to Hometree!

75573 Floating Mountains Site 26 & RDA Samson (887 pieces)

Price: US$89.99
Minifigures: Jake Sully (Human), Dr. Grace Augustine, Trudy Chacon, Jake Sully (Avatar), Norm Spellman (Avatar)

Explore Pandora with Jake, Norm, Dr. Grace Augustine and Trudy in this LEGO® Avatar set! Climb into the SA-2 Samson helicopter and fly to Site 26, then head into the lab to help Dr. Grace analyze flora. Set Jake in his linkbed and awaken his Avatar. Look, a Direhorse! Hop on its back, connect with it and explore the area with Jake and Norm. When you’ve gathered the information, report back to Dr. Grace!

40554 Jake Sully and His Avatar Brickheadz (246 pieces)

Price: US$19.99
Minifigures: Neytiri, Jake Sully

Thrill Avatar fans with this fun LEGO® BrickHeadz™ set featuring 2 versions of Jake Sully: as a human (figure can be removed from the wheelchair) and in his Avatar form.

8 responses to “Four new LEGO Avatar sets unveiled at San Diego Comic Con (SDCC)”

  1. Keenan says:

    A shame they’re bringing these and not reviving the avatar theme people actually want.

    I anticipate seeing these for dirt cheap in bargain bins everywhere

  2. Topcat says:

    I’m kinda disappointed, I thought they would bigger like the millennium falcon.

  3. Reader says:

    Pre-orders for First Banshee Flight are now on Lego Australia at AU$89.99, released 01/10/22.

    I assume the others will follow shortly. Strangely, the existing known set Tree of Souls does not have a pre-order option.

  4. Reader says:

    Not really fan of the minifigures either. I think they’d be better in Lego’s normal minifigure style, like in the corner of the box.

    Brickheadz set no, Banshee set yes. Other sets maybe. I guess the licensing and unique parts are pushing up costs. On a per-brick basis they’re on the high end of the range but not excessively so.

    • Martin says:

      But the figs are taller due to movie height of almost 3 meter . So it has to be obviously bigger .

    • Jay says:

      They’re interesting – I really need to see them in person to make up my mind. That said, the Navi look pretty weird in the first place, so they definitely capture that “uncanny valley” vibe.

      Am surprised at how affordable the smaller sets are which is always a good thing.

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