Meditate Alongside Grogu With This Iron Studios’ Mandalorian Statue

Seated on top of the carved rock, the diminutive Grogu reached out through the Force to find someone who may help him master his abilities. The mound started to glow and the power of the Forced reached out into the galaxy to find a legendary Jedi knight.

If you haven’t watched the entirety of the second season of The Mandalorian, we won’t spoil which Jedi Grogu connected with. We will say, however, that this particular episode was awesome because Boba Fett was back in action and the Dark Troopers were revealed.

Now, if you want to do some meditating with little Grogu (lil’ smack’ems as I like to call him) then Iron Studios has a solution for you. We spotted this new statue over at Figures.com.

Iron Studios produces highly detailed, hand-painted statues of everything from Star Wars to Marvel to DC to Power Rangers. Little Grogu here is no exception. Our green little friend even has individual hairs on his head! There’s also greenery at the base of the rock as well. Right now it looks a bit plasticky, but that could change by the time this thing is available for the general consumer.

Iron Studios | Lucasfilm
Iron Studios | Lucasfilm
Iron Studios | Lucasfilm
Iron Studios | Lucasfilm
Iron Studios | Lucasfilm

The $499.99 1/4″ scale statue does indeed feature a glowing effect thanks to LEDs. There are also two interchangeable heads for Grogu, as well. The statue sits at 9.4″ high with a diameter at the base of 12.6″.

The statue is not currently up on Iron Studios’ website for pre-order, but we do know that it will start shipping in the second quarter of 2022. Click here to check out more images of the statue.

Now, where is my Grogu replica that wants to rock out?

And just for fun, let’s look at some Baby Yoda subtitles:

[Source: Figures.com]


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