Now that I think of it, we have never seen image recording of any form in the Star Wars universe. Regardless, we imagined that if The Mandalorian ever take pictures, he’d use the Star Wars: The Mandalorian Edition Polaroid camera. IF Polaroid exists in the galaxy far, far away.
If you haven’t already heard, The Mandalorian Season 2 is coming soon to Disney+. So, I guess its a “yay”? Maybe? Anywho, Disney just dropped the official trailer of the The Mandalorian Season 2. For those who are in need of a catching up, here’s what Season 2 is about:
Whether you are a new fan of Star Wars or simply a fan who did not managed to get your hands on the original Kenner Star Wars Imperial Troop Transporter from 1979, you will appreciate this re-release. Joining Hasbro Star Wars The Vintage Collection is The Mandalorian Imperial Troop Transport Toy Vehicle.
I think we have enough of The Child from The Mandalorian already. If you haven’t, here’s a new one coming from Bandai and you probably want to add this to your collection because, it comes with a functional transport pod.
Can’t get enough of The Mandalorian TV series? Well, here’s a couple of fixes from LEGO that won’t cost an arm or a leg like some scale action figures do. LEGO has introduced two The Mandalorian-themed products.
The most talked about character in the new Disney+ original live-action series, The Mandalorian, is not quite the Mandalorians. While star character(s) is cool (and so are its collectible figures), nothing scream the ‘the cuteness is strong in this one’ then, you guessed it, Baby Yoda AKA The Child.
Already fell head over heels for Disney+ The Mandalorian? If so, I bet you will love what Hot Toys have dished out: The Mandalorian Heavy Infantry Mandalorian 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure, The Mandalorian 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure and The Mandalorian IG-11 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure.
Now, this is something that should have been done for a long time, but I guess it is better late than never. What you got here is a NERF Rival Apollo XV-700 Blaster-inspired by the intergalactic bounty hunter Boba Fett, specifically, from the upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront II video game. Produced by U.S. video game […]
You hear it is coming. You have seen images of it in the wild and today, official words are out. We are talking about the LEGO 75318 The Child, aka Baby Yoda, straight out of Disney+’s The Mandalorian.
For Star Wars fans who can’t get enough of The Child aka Baby Yoda (which isn’t really young Yoda, btw, but a fitting name cos’ The Child makes anyone loving it sounds like a pedophile), you can look forward to the LEGO version.