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New Star Wars Toys Give Better Look At Mandalorian And Episode 9 Characters

All revealed this past weekend at European conventions.

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The Mandalorian hits Disney+ on November 12 and Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker comes to theaters on December 20. And both of these new Star Wars releases have plenty of new characters we're going to want to learn more about. Luckily, over the course of the October 26 weekend, Hasbro revealed some upcoming Spring 2020 products featuring new characters from the upcoming movie and TV show.

At both Paris Comic Con and MCM London Comic Con, Hasbro unveiled a slew of new toys for the upcoming season, primarily revolving around the upcoming film and movie. Check out a few of the highlighted selections below.

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First is The Mandalorian. This is from the 3.75 inch vintage collections. He comes with his blaster rifle and cape. Pricing for this specific figure was not listed, but the Mandalorian Cara Dune figure (the last image above), retails for $14. The other two big reveals from The Rise of Skywalker were from Hasbro's The Black Series, and these are 6 inch scale figures retailing for $22. Both a Knight of Ren and Zorri Bliss were revealed during the past weekend. Each figure comes with multiple accessories.

The Rise of Skywalker will wrap up the Skywalker saga and the current trilogy of Star Wars movies, and it's already making news as it has a very long runtime. The Mandalorian TV series is one of the many original programs coming to Disney+ when it launches next month. Currently, an Obi-Wan series is also in the works featuring Ewan McGregor returning to the role of the Jedi Master, which he portrayed in the prequel films in the late '90s/early '00s.

All of these items will be available Spring 2020.

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