Beast Kingdom: The Mandalorian Action Figure
The Beast Kingdom is back once again with Star Wars: The Mandalorian Egg Attack Action Figure set for fans of the Mandalorian.
“Do…or do not. There is no try,” teaches Master Yoda to a skeptical Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy. And Jon Favreau, who signed on to create The Mandalorian – the first live-action series set in George Lucas’ galaxies – decided to do it.
It worked and achieved success with the public and critics that almost no other derivative of this universe has achieved, thanks in large part to the enchantment generated by a little creature with pointy ears and bulging but adorable eyes.
The kitted-out bounty hunter is paired with a bevy of accessories fit to take on The Empire and its legions of Storm Troopers. Accompanying the Mandalorian is none other than the hit sensation ‘The Child,’ or as affectionately known by fans as ‘Baby Yoda,’ the pint-sized star full of cuteness!
- Three (3) pairs of interchangeable hands (fist, open palm, gripped), Amban Rifle, Pistol, Beskar Steel Bar, Mythosaur Skull Ornament, Jetpack,
- Baby carrier (non-removable baby Yoda), Special, branded figure base with bracket.
- Use of real cloth for the costume and cape
- Three (3) pairs of interchangeable hands (fist, open palm, gripped)
- Five (5) accessories: Amban Rifle, Pistol, Beskar Steel Bar, Mythosaur Skull Ornament,
- Jetpack, Baby carrier (non-removable baby Yoda)
- Special, branded figure base with bracket
The biggest, badest bounty hunter in the galaxy is ready to join your collection today! Will you be saving the galaxy against the clutches of the Evil Empire?
The Beast Kingdom, The Mandalorian Action Figure from the Egg Attack Action line (EAA-112), is priced at $89.99. Pre-orders are already live and can be found at the links below. Its release is scheduled for April 2022.
The Star Wars saga is full of exciting and memorable scenes. Such as Darth Vader sacrificing himself to save his son Luke (Mark Hamill) or Han Solo (Harrison Ford) saying he loves Leia (Carrie Fisher) just before he is frozen in carbonite.
We can add one more to the list: the moment when Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) says goodbye to Baby Yoda – or rather Grogu – in the final episode of the second season of The Mandalorian and hands him over to none other than Luke Skywalker, a digitally rejuvenated Mark Hamill. A bittersweet sequence that brought many to tears and closed an excellent season with a golden key.
This is just one example of the magnitude and excellence that has become The Mandalorian. Master Yoda will forgive me, but the Disney+ series is more Star Wars than any film in the new trilogy starring Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and Oscar Isaac.