The Star Wars Black Series (pictured above) has long been regarded for its high-detailed figures in crisp black packaging. For the anniversary, the 6-inch figures will arrive in old-school Kenner branded packaging — an ode to the first company to put out licenses Star Wars merch. Out in the spring, 10 figures will embody the second film in the saga. Each will be available with the same movie-inspired detail we’ve come to expect for $19.99 at most major retailers.
As part of the series, the Snowspeeder Vehicle reports straight from Hoth with a Day Ralter figure. Out in the summer for $119.99, the collectible features a 2-crew cockpit, retractable landing gear, and the figure has four fully-articulated limbs.
Channel Darth Revan with the Black Series Darth Revan Force FX Elite Lightsaber for $224.99 this fall. LEDs and sound effects bring the weapon from the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic video game to life. It changes hues and features a real metal hilt with striking detail. The lightsaber comes with a removable Kyber crystal and barrel plug. Check it out below.
Finally, with the Mission Fleet from Hasbro, fans are not just limited to the Millenium Falcon. Ships range along the Star Wars timeline from The Clone Wars to just after the fall of the Empire. The 10 ships will launch in the fall with prices ranging from $14.99-39.99.
On May 4, FigPin will kick off its Star Wars line of collectible pins with Luke Skywalker on Tauntaun. The limited-edition release will be sold directly on FigPin’s website for $20. At the beginning of the summer, it will release The Mandolorian pins (Mando, The Child, IG-11, Cara Dune, and Kuil) at major retailers. Later on, fans can expect pins from The Clone Wars with ties to “The Final Season”. Each pin is hand-crafted enamel with a pin backer that doubles as a stand so fans can switch between displaying on their apparel and their desk.
May the force be with you and your wallet as you decide which collectibles to grab.