While checking out the upcoming releases of Star Wars merchandise, I spotted this cute two-pack at Entertainment Earth. Mando and Grogu got shrunk down chibi style!
Star Wars characters have joined Beast Kingdom‘s Egg Attack Action line of premium figures. This line encompasses several properties included Marvel and DC characters. The toys span multiple versions from the comics and their movie counterparts—pretty cool stuff.
The Mando figure comes in at 6″ with stylized proportions and fabric clothing. Grogu looks like he stands just under 3″ but comes with an alternate “I gonna eat that frog” face. Each figure comes with interchangeable hands, accessories, and weapons.
- Mando and his pint-sized buddy, The Child!
- The set features real fabric clothing and detailed armor and weapons.
- Baby Yoda sports two face sculpts, for customization.
- The included levitating stroller, aka pram, is perfect for display!
The kitted-out bounty hunter brings a bevy of accessories fit to take on the Empire and its legions of Storm Troopers, and accompanying the Mandalorian is none other than media-sensation The Child, that pint-sized pinnacle of cuteness! This must-have The Mandalorian and The Child Duo EAA-111 Action Figure Set features real fabric for the clothing and detailed recreation of Mando’s armor and weapons. Baby Yoda’s bulging but adorable eyes are accurately rendered as well in two face sculpts, for customization. Plus, this deluxe version includes the now-famous levitating stroller, aka pram, perfect for display at Mando’s side. The Mandalorian stands approximately 6-inches tall. If you’re a fan of The Mandalorian (and who isn’t?), you’ve got to order this while you have the chance!
The two-pack of Mando and Grogu is currently listed at $149.99 and a release date of April 2022.
Other classic Star Wars characters are also available in the EAA line from Beast Kingdom. Those characters include Darth Vader, Darth Maul, Boba Fett, and an alternative version of Mando w/ a smaller Grogu. All of these are also slated for next April.
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