Hello there. Let’s go back in time to an era when it was only George Lucas himself who was muddying up the Star Wars lore. Back when Star Wars was still a huge deal because the prequel trilogy was drawing to a close. Back when Obi-Wan was still a great hero and not whatever the heck he turned into during the Disney+ series.
Beast Kingdom has announced its latest Egg Attack Action figure: Obi-Wan Kenobi, as he appeared in Revenge of the Sith. Old Ben’s world has been shattered. His friend and brother just helped in making the Jedi all but extinct. Now, on the planet Mustafar, the newly crowned Darth Vader is slaughtering the separatists. Obi-Wan’s destiny is to face off with his once-friend and set into motion events that will forever change a galaxy far, far away.
This $92.99 stubby Jedi comes with a fabric costume, three pairs of hands, a lightsaber, and 26 points of articulation. He’s the perfect companion piece for the Darth Vader figure we covered not too long ago. Kenobi will be arriving sometime in October 2023.
The 6-inch, highly articulable action EAA (Egg Attack Action) figure from Beast Kingdom is ready to launch a new wave of Star Wars figurines with the launch of the Obi-Wan Kenobi EAA-146. Restoring the classic characters’ charm and clothing, the collection includes the use of real cloth for the entire suit. Obi-Wan’s iconic blue eyes and wavy hair are in full force with the highly detailed head sculpt. No Jedi will complete without his trusted lightsaber also included in the set. For fans of the heroic Jedi, this is one set not to be missed.
- Dedicated EAA design with around 26 points of articulation
- EAA design Obi-Wan Kenobi head sculpt with movable eyes
- Lightsaber with two types of replaceable blades (Regular, in motion)
- Three (3) pairs of replaceable hands (Punch, open, grip)
- Real fabric for clothing: Top, pants, robe
- Branded figure base, with bracket
What do you think of stubby Obi? Let us know in the comments section below.
[Source: Beast Kingdom]
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