Another Mando Monday has arrived, which means Hasbro is offering a sneak peek at some upcoming Star Wars figures inspired by the current season of The Mandalorian. That includes a brand new figure depicting Clone Wars fan-favorite Bo-Katan Kryze based on her very first live-action appearance.
Check out the slideshow gallery below to get a closer look at Bo-Katan, along with a new lineup of Baby Yoda merch and some long-awaited rereleases in the Star Wars: The Black Series Archive line:
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Not counting Din Djarin and Grogu, Bo-Katan is the first Black Series figure inspired directly by The Mandalorian: Season 2. The new figure features a very accurate likeness of actress Katee Sackhoff, who finally made her live-action debut in the role after voicing Bo-Katan in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels. If you’re so inclined, the figure also comes with an alternate, helmeted head.
With Hasbro recently revealing new Ahsoka Tano toys inspired by both The Clone Wars and Rebels, we can only assume a Mandalorian version modeled after actress Rosario Dawson is high on Hasbro’s priority list for 2021.
Along with this new reveal, Hasbro is also teasing the next four additions to its Black Series Archive line. These figures are re-releases of older, harder to find Black Series toys. This particular wave looks to be targeting the army builders in the collecting world, as it includes three Rogue One troopers (the Deathtrooper, the Shoretrooper and the Hovertank Driver) as well as a Tusken Raider.
Finally, and not at all surprisingly, Hasbro will be releasing new baby Yoda toys in the months ahead. This week the company is teasing a second series of Bounty Collection figurines, which feature cutesy, two-inch version of Grogu in various adorable poses, and a new plushy that can be folded inside out to form a hover pram.
Hasbro’s previous Mando Monday reveals have included a life-size Din Djarin helmet and a line of retro figures inspired by the classic Kenner toys of old.
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