More San Diego Comic-Con exclusives have appeared online! This time it’s another offering from Gentle Giant. This year’s exclusives keep getting better. I was all aboard the TRON train, but now I wanna get my hand-os on Mando!
You can now bring home your own mini Pedro Pascal, but you better hurry! This “hologram” bust of the series’s titular character is limited to a run of only 1,000 sculptures. Coming in at 10″, it is roughly at a scale of 1:2. Gentle Giant has been delivering solid sculpts for years. So, I was hoping you could take my word for it that you’re getting something awesome.
If you missed out on their original Mando bust that has been sold out for a while now, this is a second chance that probably won’t come around again.
Incoming transmission! You have something the Mandalorian wants, and he’s not going to stop until he gets it back! This approximately 10-inch bust captures Din Djarin in clear resin, with a light-up feature to simulate a hologram message! Limited to only 1,000 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Rocco Tartamella!
The pre-orders are now open. There is a limit of one per customer. Click here to preorder. The Mando bust will cost you $200.
We noticed that some of their previously sold-out SDCC exclusives have been “restocked,” so if you miss out, keep checking back. The ‘TRON’ figures are again available for pre-order. Click here if you want to get them.
Gentle Giant’s other exclusives include a Nightmare Before Christmas box set, too. I hope you didn’t spend that stimulus check already!
Which other characters from ‘The Mandalorian’ would you like to see in the 1:2 scale bust line? Cara Dune? Good answer. Chunky Bib Fortuna? An even better answer! Let us know in the comments.
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