Retiring Soon: MTT, Milano, Joker Steamroller

LEGO has quietly marked a number of sets as officially Retiring Soon on their Shop at Home website. Many of these are inconsequential sets, but there are some intriguing items mixed in as well. The most notable sets that are retiring soon are 75058 MTT, 76021 The Milano Spaceship Rescue, and 76013 Batman: The Joker Steamroller.

LEGO 75058 MTT

LEGO 75058 MTT (Multi-Troop Transport) is one of the more memorable vehicles from the Star Wars prequel trilogy after its appearance during Episode I’s Battle for Naboo. The MTT set includes 954 pieces and 12 minifigures: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, Naboo Security Guard, eight battle droids and a PK-4 droid. The ample piece count and minifigure selection included in this set makes it appealing for fans of the Star Wars prequel trilogy.

LEGO 76021 The Milano Spaceship Rescue

The Milano Spaceship Rescue set is a must-have for any Guardians of the Galaxy fan. 76021 contains 665 pieces and 5 minifigures: The Sakaaran, Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, and Ronan the Accuser. All of these figures, with the exception of The Sakaaran, are exclusive to this set.

LEGO 76013 Batman: The Joker Steamroller

The Joker Steamroller is a fun, classic, Batman set featuring the aforementioned Joker steamroller, as well as the Batwing. There are 486 pieces in this set, including the exclusive pieces used to construct the rollers of the steamroller. Five classic Batman minifigures are present as well, including Batman himself, Batgirl, Robin, and two bad guys: The Joker, and his henchman. 76013 is probably the most compelling set listed here because it includes many elements that are very appealing to Batman fans.

Retiring Sets


  1. Batman joke tumbler set 76013 is now showing as retired on the uk Lego store site.

  2. With the second version of the star wars MTT being retired do you think they will bring out a =nother version down the road. Seeing as some of us are just having kids now and the price of lego is high it makes it a challenge to get enough sets for play before things are discontinued.

    • There will most likely be another. But the gap between the previous 2 releases was about 6 years, so it could take some time.

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