Rosario Dawson’s Ahsoka Tano Gets A Gentle Giant Mini Bust

In the second season of The Mandalorian, Rosario Dawson’s appearance as Ahsoka Tano will be receiving a Mini Bust from Gentle Giant. The Mini Bust is 1:6 scale and will be limited to only 3,000 pieces.

Gentle Giant is taking pre-orders for the Grey Jedi now. Ahsoka will start shipping in February 2022. Orders are limited to two per person, and each statue is priced at $120.

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A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! The moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived! Gentle Giant Ltd. is ready to offer their mini-bust of Ahsoka Tano, as seen in the second season of The Mandalorian. Depicting her with her twin lightsabers crossed and at the ready, this approximately 7-inch mini-bust features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and comes packaged with a numbered certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Limited to only 3,000 pieces. Designed by the Silva Bros., sculpted by the artisans at Gentle Giant Ltd.!

Rosario Dawson will be returning to the part in the near future for her series. From what we saw in The Mandalorian, odds are we’ll be seeing a return of Thrawn and Ezra. However, it’s not clear if Ezra will appear in flashbacks or make a total return.

Those familiar with the conclusion to Rebels know why we’d question an actual return. How either of them managed to survive a hyperspace jump with no shields is beyond me.

Something I noticed about the images of the Mini Bust was that Ahsoka’s eyes look a little bloodshot. This may be a trick of the light, but it makes Tano look like she has been smoking some perfect intergalactic plant life.

What do you think of this latest statue from Gentle Giant? Let us know in the comments.

[Source: Gentle Giant]


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