More Mini Grogu Figures and Black Series Ahsoka Tano Announced

The Mandalorian continues to keep the Star Wars brand alive with new figures of Grogu and Ahsoka Tano. The Gray Jedi arrives as part of the Black Series, and all the new Grogus are in the series of what I’ve called the “Precious Moments” toyline. Oh, you know who these little guys appeal to.

We spotted these new figures over at Superhero Hype. If you’ve stopped by the Star Wars toy area of a store, no doubt you’ve been met with lots of empty shelves and pegs. So what’s usually left and ready for purchase? Baby Yoda merchandise! While the rest of the toys seem to be dying off, Grogu appears to be popular. Well, they’re what stores like Target are ordering the most of anyway.

Hasbro is making six new mini Grogu figures to join the existing line. Our adorable little green friend is stylized to have huge eyes and more expressive facial features. Yup, he is the perfect desk mate. Nothing disarms an angry boss more than a workspace full of stumpy big-eyed space wizards.

The Rosario Dawson version of Ahsoka is probably going to be a best seller. Unfortunately, the only Black Series figures I see left on the shelves are typically the second and third-tier Mando characters. Ahsoka disappears as soon as she goes up, regardless if it’s the 6″ or 3.75″ toys.

Another Black Series entry is a Death Watch Mandalorian. Aside from these types of figures, there is not a lot to say here, making for great canvases for customizing. This is your army-building fodder, for sure.


What are your thoughts on the Precious Grogu figures? More of these? Less of these? Let us know in the comments.

[Source: Superhero Hype]

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