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The Mandalorian The Child Life-Size Figure From Hot Toys

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The surprise debut of the Child, a mysterious alien pursued by bounty hunters on behalf of Imperial interests, was revealed in the premiere episode of The Mandalorian series and instantly became one of the favorite characters among many Star Wars fans young and old around the world!

Today Hot Toys is very excited to officially introduce the astonishingly detailed life-size collectible figure of the Child which fans affectionately referred to as “Baby Yoda.”

The hyper realistic and articulated collectible figure is meticulously crafted based on the appearance of the Child in The Mandalorian. Standing at approximately 36cm tall, this collectible figure features an amazing likeness with riveting fine details, 2 pairs of interchangeable ears, movable head and arms, skillfully tailored outfit, a silver knob from the Razor Crest™ ship that the young alien loves to hold, a Mythosaur emblem necklace, and a variety of interchangeable hands to pose or hold the items allowing fans to recreate iconic moments from the highly acclaimed live-action series!

Hot Toys’ The Child life-size figure is an incredible collectible with stunning details and fascinating features.

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I'm a huge hot Toys fan and collector, but I have to admit I'm a disappointed here. The reason being that while the craftsmanship is spot-on as always, it's a disservice to the character to not have more facial expressions. I had thought this figure would be an excellent one to experiment with an articulated jawline, or area around the mouth, perhaps. Hot Toys effectively uses swappable lower mouths often, I adore my angry Netflix Daredevil figure, but in this case the wider mouth area might have lent itself to even a limited range of movement. Especially as a child experiencing fear / happiness / surprise, etc. all within sometimes the same episode, this character was well suited for some technique along those lines. Innovation in articulation is a key hallmark of Hot Toys' stellar work, and I hope if they ever produce a second version, they take some more chances to be creative in that area.

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