Hasbro has announced some new ‘Star Wars’ items coming soon. Most are done in the Vintage packaging, but it isn’t all classic this time. They are actually going to put out some Disney trilogy items again. Disney is using this as an opportunity to promote Galaxy’s Edge too.
Let’s take a look!
Star Wars Vintage Series:
Weequay Honda Ohnaka
He’s modeled here to look like the version in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. He’s the one who sends guests on their mission in the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run attraction.
Star Wars: Rogue One Vader
This figure will be out to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the film (has it been 5 years already?) It’s the first time Darth Vader will be available on a “Rogue One” card back.
Tantive IV Hallway Playset
This is the hallway from Princess Leia’s ship that we see in the ‘Star Wars: A New Hope” film.
Star Wars Black Series:
Clone Trooper Phase 1 Lieutenant from Star Wars: Attack of the Clones.
This figure is a Walgreens exclusive and pre-orders will start on September 15.
Electrostaff Purse Trooper from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
This figure will be up for pre-order from GameStop starting sometime today.
Emperor Palpatine Force FX Elite lightsaber
Celebrate the Saga
This is a line of figures are ones that StarWars.com says are going into the vault soon. There will be eight packs featuring 5 figures per pack. They will be in various collections featuring groups from the franchise history.
(I love this one)
There is a look at some of the new items coming out. Now these will be available at various retailers with locations like Amazon, Hasbro Pulse, Entertainment Earth, Big Bad Toy Store and Walmart doing pre-orders. Release on these will be Fall 2020 or Spring 2021, depending on the item.
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