Check out this awesome haul of Mando Mondays goodies!
This week’s installment of Mando Mondays kicked off in a stellar fashion. Hasbro has unveiled all-new figures from The Vintage Collection, and Regal Robot got into the Black Friday spirit by revealing a set of awesome retro Kenner artwork wall plaques.
If that isn’t enough to have you dancing around like a Tusken Raider at a Krayt Dragon banquet, StarWars.com has unveiled this week’s Camtono full of goodies for us to drool over. Check it out:
Star Wars: The Mandalorian: The Ultimate Visual Guide by DK Publishing
Dive into the details for a closer examination of costumes, characters, ships, and gadgets in the new guide to The Mandalorian.
Disney Emoji Blitz Hosts a Moff Gideon Villain Event
The Jam City mobile game will introduce the new Cara Dune, Moff Gideon, and Death Trooper Emojis and bring back the Mandalorian and the Child Emojis during a special event starting this week on Nov. 25.
Bring The Mandalorian galaxy to life with Google
Become a bounty hunter and bring the world of The Mandalorian to this galaxy with augmented reality. The Mandalorian AR Experience app is available on Google Play for 5G Google Pixels and other select 5G Android phones, with new experiences dropping weekly starting November 23.
New Additions to Star Wars: The Vintage Collection by Hasbro
Greef Karga and The Child join Hasbro’s mainline of 3.75-inch action figures. Come on, baby. Do the magic hand thing.
The Mandalorian-Inspired Comic Playmate Pal by Igloo
Keep your drinks and snacks as cool as an ice cave with two new coolers. The comic-inspired cooler was featured last week as the Mando Mystery on This Week! In Star Wars. And there’s also a Child-Inspired Attacks Playmate Pal.
The Trouble on Tatooine Building Set by The LEGO Group
Mando and The Child are poised to make a friend in brick form with a new set based on the events in “Chapter 9: The Marshal.”
Exciting times in the galaxy far, far away. How many of these awesome items will be under your Christmas tree this year? Leave us a comment.
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