It’s Hasbro Pulse Con weekend, and there are plenty of revelations from the different IPs the toy giant works with. One of the revelations is a new character from Star Wars Vintage Collection: Hunter from Star Wars The Bad Batch.
This figure has no release date, but the 3.75-inch toy is modeled after Hunter’s appearance in the Disney+ series. GameSpot also took a closer look at the shape and packaging. Wouldn’t be a Vintage collection without vintage Kenner-inspired box art, would it? Check out images from the upcoming gallery below.
With multiple match points, Hunter also comes with his rifle and helmet. Pricing hasn’t been revealed, but if you look at the other single characters in the Classic Collection series, they’re all priced between $15 and $17 each, so you can expect Hunter to have about that price.
A spin-off of The Clone Wars animated series, The Bad Batch follows Clone Force 99, genetically mutated clone soldiers and each team member with their own speciality. Taking place shortly after the events of Revenge of the Sith, the series explores the Star Wars era, where the Republic has fallen and is being replaced by the Empire. Dee Bradley Baker voices Hunter – along with the rest of Bad Batch, as they are clones – the leader of the group.
Season 1 of Bad Batch was a hit for the streaming service, a lot of that has been refreshed for part of the season, coming to Disney+ on January 4th.
Currently on Disney+, new episodes of the Rogue One prequel, Andor, will air on Wednesdays. In GameSpot’s Andor Episodes 1-4 . reviewMat Elfring said, “There’s a lot of potential for the entire season, but it’s a bit difficult to figure out how this particular story will play out, even if we ultimately know how it will end. The opening episodes don’t capture the audience’s attention brilliantly, but there’s a lot to enjoy here. Great cast and great staging. It’s a Star Wars show. stars fit into the small pocket of the universe and don’t rely on the rest of what’s happening in the galaxy to be interesting. Hopefully the rest of the season picks up the pace a bit.”
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