In this episode of Star Wars: Galactic Pals, Miree hopes to tire out an energetic Tauntaun by setting up a race against her camera droid, Cam-E.
Star Wars: Galactic Pals is here to add some fun to our creature features.
Although its original run has come to a close, the great team at Star Wars Kids has added to the adventures of the Galactic Pals. The series launched at the start of the year and featured a fun new look at the creatures of the galaxy far, far away. Every critter from the humble Ewok to the adorable Wookiee was showcased to kids of all ages in a fun new way. And what’s more, the series also boasted its own toy line which is still flying off the shelves as we speak.
But today, the team behind the series has expanded the adventures by adding the Rancor and the Tauntaun to the series. What’s more, it has also been revealed that new episodes will follow focussing on Ortolans, Gungans, porgs, and Loth-cats. So, grab your saddle and ride across the snow dunes of Hoth on an adorable Tauntaun.
Miree hopes to tire out an energetic tauntaun by setting up a race against her camera droid, Cam-E.
As mentioned above, Mattel Plush is bringing the Galactic Pals to life in a brand new line of Plush Toys. These will include a Wookiee, an Ewok, a Jawa, a Rodian, and more. And they are all readily available at Target now. What’s more, Mattel has confirmed that they are expanding the line by adding a brand new Ewok. Check out our first look below.
Star Wars Galactic Pals will have a 12-episode run, with the first six released every Tuesday through April 26. Additional episodes will debut later this year. Check back here regularly for the latest episodes as they release. You’ll never miss a thing with Future Of The Force. But if you’re still craving a creature fix, feel free to explore our fun Creature Deathmatch.
Are you excited about these fun new episodes? Will you be grabbing a few of the new plush creatures for your Younglings? Leave a comment below.
Source: Star Wars Kids
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