Action Figure Insider » New Vintage Collectible Figures from Hasbro for Week 4 of #BringHometheGalaxy

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Today, Bring Home the Galaxy continued with week four of this epic Star Wars giveaway celebration. As part of this week’s celebration, Hasbro has unveiled two new figures from The Vintage Collection – ARC Commander Colt and Boba Fett! Both will be available for pre-order tomorrow!

STAR WARS:THE BOBA FETT VINTAGE COLLECTION

(HASBRO/Ages 4 and up/Approximate retail price: $20.99/Available: Summer 2023)

Fans can celebrate the legacy of STAR WARS, the action-adventure-packed space saga from a galaxy far, far away, featuring a premium 3.75-inch BOBA FETT figure from STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION. This Boba Fett action figure is inspired by the character’s appearance in the STAR WARS: THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT live action series. With his custom Mandalorian armor, deadly weapons, and quiet demeanor, Boba Fett was one of the world’s most feared hunters. star wars galaxy. The figure features premium detail and design on merchandise and packaging inspired by the original Kenner line, as well as entertainment-inspired collector-grade deco. Includes figure and 2 entertainment-inspired accessories.Available for pre-order on 9/11 at 1 p.m. ET exclusively at Target.

STAR WARS:THE VINTAGE ARC COMMANDER COLT COLLECTION

(HASBRO/Ages 4 and up/Approximate retail price: $16.99/Available: Summer 2023)

Fans can celebrate the legacy ofSTAR WARS, the action-packed, adventure-packed space saga from a galaxy far, far away, featuring a premium 3.75-inch scale STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE ARC COMMANDER COLT COLLECTION figure. This ARC Commander Colt action figure is inspired by the character of theSTAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS animated series. Colt served in the Rancor Battalion with ARC Commander Havoc and helped manage cadet training on the Kamino world. Colt protected Tipoca City during an attack on Kamino by the assassin Asajj Ventress, where he faced Greivous – and eventually Ventress herself. The figure features premium detail and design on merchandise and packaging inspired by the original Kenner line, as well as entertainment-inspired collector-grade deco. Includes one figure and 5 entertainment-inspired accessories.Available for pre-order on 9/11 at 1 p.m. ET exclusively on walmart.

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