First Look | The Mandalorian (S.H. Figuarts)
The Mandalorian is coming to the Tamashii Nations S.H. Figuarts collection!
Following the release of the awesome new Black Series action figure of The Mandalorian, fans have been eagerly waiting to see if Tamashii Nations would follow suit and announce its own version for the S.H. Figuarts lineup.
Thankfully, we didn’t have to wait very long. Today, Tamashii has announced plans for The Mandalorian to headline its new wave of Star Wars action figure following the release of its The Rise of Skywalker range. If that isn’t enough to send you into delirium, the toy giant has unveiled some incredibly cool new promotional images of the figure which you can see below:
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This superb looking action figure appears to come with his blaster pistol and plasma rifle, but information regarding accessories and changeable limbs have not been disclosed as yet. Tamashii has selected a soft goods fabric to reproduce the cape instead of plastic which is sure to divide collectors, but it does not detract from what otherwise is a sensational looking figure. Hopefully, the set will include changeable Beskar armour (as seen in the series), but this is more of a collectors hope than fact. Check back for the latest updates as they emerge.
Pre-orders have been confirmed to begin on November 22nd. Happy hunting!
The Mandalorian is currently streaming on Disney Plus NOW!
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