First Comic-Con Exclusive Star Wars Toys Revealed, Doctor Aphra And Her Droids

Hopefully, Triple Zero comes with torturing equipment.

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San Diego Comic Con is right around the corner, coming to the San Diego Convention Center July 18-22, and the biggest pop culture event of the year will deliver a plethora of news about movies, television, comic books, and toys. Already, Hasbro has unveiled a new SDCC-exclusive toy set for the upcoming show, based on characters from the Marvel Star Wars comic book line.

Fitting in with the rest of the 3.75-inch scale figures, Hasbro's newest set of figures is a three-pack featuring Doctor Aphra and her droids Triple Zero (0-0-0) and Beetee (BT-1). The set includes the three figures and three accessories. It will be available at the Hasbro Booth (#3329) at the show.

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Doctor Aphra first appeared in Darth Vader #3 in 2015 alongside her two droids. Aphra is an archaeologist who is adept at fixing droids. Both BT-1 and 0-0-0 are assassination droids, and the two are currently in charge of a small crime organization. Aphra and company worked with Darth Vader for a stint when he recruited them after the Battle of Yavin. Essentially, these aren't good people, especially 0-0-0.

The three pack will cost $50 and will be available at this year's San Diego Comic Con. There is no indication if there's a lottery for the set or if you can just pick them up while supplies last at the show. Additionally, limited quantities will be available for purchase at select online retailers, including HasbroToyShop, after SDCC has ended.

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