New Gentle Giant Mini Bust Features Bo-Katan From ‘The Mandalorian’


Bo-Katan Kryze has had a pretty extensive arc in the Star Wars universe, but people who missed out on the Clone Wars series and were only introduced to her via The Mandalorian would have no idea about that. While the new show does hint at her previous struggles, it is very surface level since she isn’t the story’s focus.

Regardless, her inclusion in The Mandalorian is welcome, and new depictions of her in the collectible form are even more so. Gentle Giant has created a new mini bust of Bo-Katan as she appeared in live-action. Guns drawn and ready, and she’s ready for action come April 2022. You can pre-order her 1/6th scale bust now for $120.

There isn’t a variant version of the bust with Katee Sackhoff’s face shown yet. Hopefully, that will be coming next year. Is it me, or does the female Mando visor look more challenging to see than the ones the men wear?

Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant
Gentle Giant

Mandalorian freedom fighter Bo Katan Kryze joins the 1/6 scale mini-bust line with this all-new release based on the second season of The Mandalorian! Limited to only 3000 pieces, this detailed resin bust comes packaged in a full-color window box with a hand-numbered certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Eduardo Trujillo!

If you’re more a fan of Bo-Katan from the Clone Wars, Gentle Giant has a mini bust and 1/7th scale statue of her up for pre-order now, too. Finally, if you’re looking for action figures, a retro-styled version of Bo-Katan is coming out early next year as part of the Kenner figures. Check out our story on those toys here.

What do you think of the Clone Wars to The Mandalorian transition of Bo-Katan? Is Katee Sackhoff’s performance in live-action just as good as it was in animated form? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

[Source: Gentle Giant]

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