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Star Wars Rogue One Premium Format Figure K-2SO 56 cm
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Sideshow is proud to present the K-2SO™ Premium Format™ Figure from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. This reprogrammed imperial droid measures 22″ tall and is standing …
Sideshow is proud to present the K-2SO™ Premium Format™ Figure from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. This reprogrammed imperial droid measures 22″ tall and is standing atop a Citadel Tower themed base.
His black external armor is visibly weathered, and K-2SO is painted with red and yellow details as well as the logo of the Empire. This Premium Format™ Figure is mixed media, featuring metal in K-2SO’s legs which steadily support his unique gait.
K-2SO has intricate pistons and gears in his various joints, and the impressive imperial droid also features light-up eyes in his portrait, allowing you to display him with an “activated” look. K-2SO also comes equipped with a blaster in his hand.
Let him be there for your Star Wars collection! Pre-Order the K-2SO™ Premium Format™Figure and add him to your Rebellion today.
Product Size: 56 x 30 x 33 cm
Cardboard box, styrofoam
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Sideshow Collectibles is a specialty manufacturer of movie, film, television and proprietary collectible figures, statues and high end pieces. Featuring properties such as Star Wars, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, The Lord of the Rings, Disney, Predator, G.I. Joe and Indiana Jones, Sideshow artisans are sculptors, model makers, painters and costumers, whose combined efforts result in the creation of original designs and detailed likenesses of pop culture icons, including film and television monsters, villains, heroes, mystical creatures of fantasy, and legendary figures from history. Recognized as a quality manufacturer, Sideshow has been highlighted in national trade and specialty toy publications, where its collectible 12-inch figures and polystone statues have been awarded “Best of the Year.” Sideshow Collectibles is also the exclusive distributor of Hot Toys collectible figures in the United States, North and South America, Europe, Australia and throughout most Asian countries.
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