Star Wars: Lightsaber Forge Inquisitor Masterworks Set Double-Bladed Electronic Lightsaber | Source: Hasbro

Hello there! It’s been a big year for Star Wars fans with the return of Obi-Wan and Darth Vader in the new Disney+ Obi-Wan Kenobi series. The return of these galactic icons — plus, the introduction of brand-new characters — has also brought on tons of new toys and collectibles. From classic games with a Star Wars twist to role-play lightsabers, here’s a look at some of the most exciting, new products launching this year.

Bop-It Star Wars Darth Vader | Source: Hasbro

A well-known Hasbro game is getting a Star Wars update with Bop-It Star Wars Darth Vader. Recommended for kids ages 8 and up, this Bop-It may look like Darth Vader, but features the voice of Emperor Palpatine giving commands in different combinations. Players must respond correctly, and as quickly as possible, to avoid the wrath of the Dark Side. The game will launch this fall for $17.49.

The Star Wars Lightsaber Forge collection is customizable. | Source: Hasbro

Hasbro’s Star Wars: Lightsaber Forge Inquisitor Masterworks Set Double-Bladed Electronic Lightsaber (yes, that’s a very long name) is inspired by the lightsaber used by Reva (AKA Third Sister) from Obi-Wan Kenobi. Designed for kids ages 4 and up, it features sound effects, three modes of play, two extendable red blades, and customizable elements. It will be available this fall for $66.99.

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If your kids prefer the good guys, the Star Wars: Lightsaber Forge Obi-Wan Kenobi Jedi Master Set will be available this fall for $44.99. The set does not have sound effects, but it does come with eight parts inspired by Obi-Wan. There is also a more affordable lightsaber — the Star Wars: Lightsaber Forge Darth Vader Extendable Lightsaber — launching on Aug. 1 exclusively at Walmart for $16.99. This version also does not play sound effects, but does feature an extendable red blade that flicks open and collapses down. The pieces of the Star Wars Lightsaber Forge line are compatible so kids can mix and match to create their dream lighsabers.

Fans can also expect tons and tons of action figures and vehicles from Hasbro’s Black Series, Vintage Collection, and Mission Fleet line featuring characters and ships from the show.

Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Vader LEGO Set | Source: The LEGO Group

Take the high ground with the Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Vader LEGO set, a 408-piece set featuring a battlefield with two rotating battle platforms, a battlefield-splitting fire pop-up function, and a mining cart that can be knocked over. It comes with four LEGO minifigures: Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader, both with lightsabers; Tala Durith; and droid NED-B. Recommended for kids ages 8 and up, the set is available for preorder now for $49.99. Other LEGO Star Wars releases include the Inquisitor Transport Scythe and LEGO BrickHeadz inspired by Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Name a more cuddly duo than Darth Vader and Lola. You can’t. | Source: Mattel/the Toy Insider

The Dark Side gets cuddly with the Darth Vader Voice Manipulator Plush from Mattel. Recommended for kids ages 3 and up, the plush Darth Vader features a voice changer and a light-up lightsaber. It is available at Walmart for $29.97. We found the drone you’re looking for and it belongs to little Leia: Head to Target to find the Star Wars Lola (L0-LA59) Plush (Target Exclusive) for $34.99.

Whether your kid is more of an Obi-Wan or a Darth Vader, they’ll flip for these new Star Wars toys, coming soon to major retailers.