A Hint or a Coincidence? LEGO Star Wars Designers Matching T-shirts with UCS Razor Crest Outline at LEGO CON'22.
During the LEGO Star Wars section of LEGO CON'22, two LEGO Star Wars designers were seen rocking matching shirts showing an outline of the USC Razor crest. Could this be a message pointing at a future set creation?
While covering the LEGO Star Wars theme at LEGO CON, two new models set to be released towards the end of the year were revealed, and what might be the 2023 range of the LEGO Star Wars universe. We were also lucky enough to see what LEGO's most celebrated building on the LEGO campus - the Innovation House - looks like inside.
What got our attention during the segment, though, were the matching shirts Michael Lee Stockwell and Madison Andrew (the two LEGO Star Wars designers) had on, which were possible hints at a future set creation. Aside from the USC Razor crest; the shirts also had tiny LFL - Lucasfilm Limited - texts showing its copyright.
While the matching shirts may have just been the designer's expression of their passion for The Mandalorian, it could (extra emphasis on the "could" as LEGO is yet to make any defining statements) also be a subtle message. It wouldn't be so far-fetched, especially after LEGO referred to the online rumors in the LEGO CON'22 script.
The rumors point out that since there are already two sets based on Din Djarin's former space vehicle, a third one is not so far behind. However, we should state that LEGO has not announced the creation of a third version, and the rumors have no backing.
After seeing the "hints" from LEGO CON, though, it's not an out-of-question idea. As of now, the only thing we can do is to sit back and await an official announcement from LEGO, if their ever will be one.