The Best Mandalorian Toys And Collectibles: Legos, Baby Yoda Funko Pop, And More For Christmas 2019
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The Mandalorian is doing well as the first live-action Star Wars TV show on Disney Plus. It's gotten people to talk about Star Wars again and introduced the world to Baby Yoda, so it's alright in our book so far.
The eight-episode first season runs through the holidays, which makes Mandalorian-themed gifts a great idea. Of course, you could also buy Star Wars gear for yourself. You can never have too much Star Wars gear, obviously.
Though The Mandalorian is still pretty new, there are already some great toys, Funko Pops, collectibles, apparel and more to complement the show. Whether you're shopping for yourself or the Star Wars fan in your life this holiday season, these fantastic Mandalorian products are worthy of any collection.
If you're only looking for Baby Yoda merch, we have an article dedicated to the cutest baby.
Black Series Mandalorian Action Figure | $21
While you can watch The Mandalorian in action every week, getting your hands on the new Black Series figure from Hasbro may be much more difficult. It's currently sold out online at all major retailers. You can place an order at Entertainment Earth for the 6-inch figure, but it won't ship until March 2020.
If you need it for the holidays, though, you may have to pay a premium price. Multiple third-party sellers on Amazon have it in stock and ready to ship today (Prime eligible), but prices are hovering around $38. Entertainment Earth has it for $21, however.
Black Series IG-11 Droid Action Figure | $20
Every new Star Wars story needs a droid. Meet IG-11, The Mandalorian's droid that does way more than make cute beeping noises. The bounty hunter droid looks just as cool as an action figure. The IG-11 action figure is available at Best Buy for $17.
Black Series Offworld Jawa Action Figure | $20
Another Black Series Hasbro action figure, but this Offworld Jawa figure is actually in stock for less than its list price at Amazon. Offworld Jawa has four, fully articulated limbs and two accessories. The Black Series focuses on quality, and Offworld Jawa certainly doesn't disappoint.
The Mandalorian Funko Pop | $11
A cheaper way to bring home the title character from the Disney Plus series, this Mandalorian Funko is one of the better Star Wars Pops we've seen. The Star Wars stand is a nice touch, too.
Cara Dune Funko Pop | $12
One of the more mysterious characters in the show, Cara Dune will obviously play a huge role considering she already has her own Funko Pop. You may want to act fast, though. There's already a one- to two-month wait on this Pop at Amazon.
IG-11 Funko Pop | $9
There's also an IG-11 Funko Pop. This cool figure, like many Pops, is also somewhat creepy. But that's part of its charm.
Kuiil Funko Pop | $9
Nick Nolte plays an Ugnaught named Kuiil in the show. He uses a Blurrg to get around, and yes, all of this may sound strange even to those who have watched every Star Wars film. Anyway, Kuiil is available as a Funko Pop at Amazon for $9.
Lego AT-ST Raider | $50
The first Lego set based on the show, this 540-piece AT-ST Raider is pretty darn cool. The Scout Transport Walker has posable legs for realistic motion, a rotating turret that fires two rounds, and a cockpit that holds one of the four included figures: The Mandalorian, Cara Dune, and a pair of Klatooinian Raiders.
Vintage Collection AT-ST Raider Toy Vehicle | $60
You don't need to build this AT-ST replica toy. Part of the Star Wars Vintage Collection, this beautifully crafted AT-ST Raider comes with a 3.75-inch Klatooinian Raider. The vehicle has articulated legs, an opening cockpit, and a variety of customizable weapons, including adjustable laser cannons and movable blast shields. It's pricey, but it's a high-quality set.
The Mandalorian Bifold Wallet | $12.74
Need a new wallet? How about this Mandalorian-themed wallet featuring the Mandalorian himself, IG-11, and Cara Dune. It's available at GameStop right now.
The Mandalorian Ladies Zip Wallet | $15
Geared more toward women, this zip wallet has the Mandalorian and Cara Dune on one side and IG-11 and Kuiil on the other.
The Mandalorian Lunch Box | $36.83
This gorgeous metal lunch box could be used for the obvious or as a decorative item on your shelf. The art is simply sublime, giving off a "classic" vibe that matches some Star Wars products based off of the original trilogy.
The Mandalorian mouse pad | $12.25
The same great art from the lunch box on a 9.25 x 7.75-inch mouse pad. The cloth finish protects against dust and stains, so the pretty picture has a better chance of staying intact from everyday use.
Mandalorian apparel at Kohl's
Baby Yoda plush | $25
Good Baby Yoda merch won't arrive before Christmas, but you can get a pre-order in on the toy you want the most: The official Baby Yoda plush from Mattel. This 11-inch vinyl head plush has a soft body and a bean-filled base. It's ridiculously cute, as expected. The Baby Yoda plush won't release until May 2020.
Baby Yoda Funko Pops
Baby Yoda puzzle | $11
Arriving December 30, this Baby Yoda puzzle from Buffalo Games would make for a great late Christmas gift. It depicts Mando holding our sweet child.
Baby Yoda T-shirt | $23
Who wouldn't want Baby Yoda's face on a shirt? A bunch of the official Mandalorian shirts featuring Baby Yoda have been fairly underwhelming, but this shirt isn't bad at all.