Black Series Review | Cara Dune (The Mandalorian)
Thomas takes a space detour and finds himself face to face with Hasbro’s new Cara Dune action from The Mandalorian
Just days after her debut in Chapter 4 of The Mandalorian, Cara Dune’s awesome new action figure is making its way to collectors everywhere. An intimidating brawler and crack shot, tough, confident, no-nonsense Cara Dune has put her days of military discipline behind her, and now has reinvented herself as a mercenary.
The figure comes with a knife, a blaster pistol and a heavy blaster rifle. The knife can be secured on her boot and the blaster pistol fits in the holster. The weapons are nicely painted and have some details on them.
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I love how Hasbro respected Gina Carano‘s chiselled frame and didn’t make the figure more petite. Gina is a muscular person and so is this figure. It’s nice to have this type of representation of Star Wars, it’s a change from the usual women characters we have seen.
Hasbro did a great job with the head sculpt, it sure does look like Cara Dune and they didn’t forget about the Rebel tattoo on her cheek! They even got her haircut right. Well done Hasbro! The outfit is screen accurate, paint apps are good for the most part. As for Cara Dune’s size, Hasbro also got it right, compared to Mando she is a bit smaller.
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This figure has 18 points of articulation, it’s great for action poses!
A must-have figure for the fans of The Mandalorian! An amazing figure!
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I love this figure like I love Gina Carano. I’ll have a Cara Dune and a Jannah if I don’t buy a Mandalorian (I’m buying a Mandalorian). Now where’s the Greef Karga?