Get ready for hyperspace! The breakout star of The Mandalorian on Disney + is definitely The Child, and it gets its due in this all-new 1/2 scale statue! Sitting in the passenger seat of the Razor Crest, grasping his favorite silver control knob in his hand, The Child will be the perfect addition to the collection of any fan of The Mandalorian. Measuring approximately 12″ tall, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Limited to 3000 pieces. Designed by Joe Allard. Sculpted by Jorge Santos Souza.
Star Wars The Mandalorian Premier Collection 1/2 The Child in Chair 30 cm
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Get ready for hyperspace! The breakout star of The Mandalorian on Disney + is definitely The Child, and it gets its due in this all-new 1/2 scale statue! Sitting in the passenge…
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