When Lego Clone Wars comes to the UK
LEGO’s latest clone wars action figures are set to be sold in the UK this month, but fans are being warned they may not have the latest updates.
The US company has revealed that clones from its first wave of releases are no longer being manufactured, and has been forced to scrap the clones that were sold in stores.
The latest batch of Clone Wars figures, which came out earlier this year, were made by the British company.
The company told fans that it is aware of the issue and that all products currently being made will be sold at the end of March, but the figures will be no longer made.
The Clone Wars line is the brainchild of British-born entrepreneur Tim Burton, who started his own company in the 1980s.
He took on the project because he saw the demand for action figures from his home country of the UK.
He told the BBC that the Clone Wars toy line was “the most successful line” ever and “the first one that had a British name”.
The Clone wars line has spawned more than 50 licensed products, including action figures, dolls, action figures accessories and toys for children.
But Lego has faced a series of issues since it began its clone wars project.
In June, Lego announced that it was discontinuing its clones.
A spokesperson for the toy maker said that “Lego is working hard to restore its business model and get back to producing the iconic Lego products that so many of our customers have been asking for”.