Not for USB lightsabers, but I think her new neutral sculpt will be a hot commodity for updating the Mando version.Wow, usb-powered light sabers too. I guess we’re all selling our Mandalorian Season 2 Ahsokas
Between this and the Mando version? It seems like they would be...wonder if the lekku are interchangeable?
Digging the new neutral sculpt but that angry expression seem overly...creepy? Loses the likeness there and I don't recall her ever making a face that extreme but maybe I missed it. Loving the look of the figure overall. Wonder if they fixed the breaking elbow joint as well.
STAR WARS: AHSOKA™
1/6TH SCALE COLLECTIBLE FIGURE
“I choose to live.” – Ahsoka Tano
Former Jedi Knight Ahsoka Tano once served as the Padawan learner to the Jedi Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars. A respected leader and warrior attuned to the light side of the Force, Ahsoka grew into a formidable fighter before the Empire’s reign changed the course of galactic history. Although she walked away from the Jedi Order, she continued to stand up for those fighting for peace and justice in the galaxy long after the fall of the Republic.
Hot Toys is proud to officially present today, the all-new 1/6th scale collectible figure of Ahsoka Tano based on the acclaimed live-action series!
The highly-accurate collectible figure includes 2 interchangeable face sculpts feature different expression meticulously crafted with striking likeness and articulated lekku, specialized articulation to portray her warrior abilities, stunningly tailoring of her new outfit, a pair of lightsabers™, a cloak, and a display base!
Now it’s a great time for this amazing Ahsoka Tano collectible figure to be part of your Star Wars™ collection!
- PRODUCT CODE TMS118
- PRODUCT NAME AHSOKA TANO™
- HEIGHT APPROXIMATELY 28.5 CM TALL
- POINTS OF ARTICULATIONS 28
- SPECIAL FEATURES AUTHENTIC AND DETAILED LIKENESS OF AHSOKA TANO IN STAR WARS: AHSOKA
- PRODUCT RELEASE DATE APPROXIMATELY Q4, 2024 – Q1, 2025
The 1/6th scale Ahsoka Tano™ Collectible Figure specially features:
- Authentic and detailed likeness of Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars: Ahsoka
- One (1) newly developed head sculpt and two (2) pieces of interchangeable face sculpts with separate rolling eyeballs features
- Screen-accurate facial expression, make up, and detailed facial patterns
- Newly sculpted blue and white striped lekku with increased length embedded with bendable wires
- Body with over 28 points of articulations with silicone material made arms
- All new joint designs allowing wider range of articulations
- Approximately 28.5 cm tall
- Seven (7) pieces of interchangeable hands including:
- One (1) pair of relaxed hands
- One (1) pair of lightsabers holding hands
- One (1) pair of fists
- One (1) gesture right hand
- Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted
- One (1) grayish white colored cloak
- One (1) grayish white colored vest with layered collars
- One (1) pair of silver grey colored gauntlets with forearm gloves
- One (1) grayish white colored belt with detailed accessories
- One (1) pair of finely tailored grey colored pants with patterns
- One (1) pair of grey colored shoes with silver grey colored armors and weathering effects
- One (1) pair LED-lighted lightsaber™ with blade (USB power operated)
- One (1) pair of lightsaber™ blade in motion (attachable to the hilt)
- One (1) pair lightsaber hilt
- Specially designed figure base with Star Wars logo and character nameplate
Release date: Approximately Q4, 2024 – Q1, 2025
*Prototype shown, final product may be slightly different
**Light up function operated using USB power
***USB connecting cable is not included for collectible, USB-C cable is required
****Product details could be subjected to change without further notice
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I wouldn't mind them if they were still the same height as the rectangular ones - round ones like this take up less room and make it easier to pose figures together in displays. Those rectangular ones are clunky and waste too much space. But yeah, it is annoying when they give you different base heights for figures that will obviously be posed together.Why change the base style mid-series?
I don't like these isolating, podium style stands.
I wouldn't mind them if they were still the same height as the rectangular ones - round ones like this take up less room and make it easier to pose figures together in displays. Those rectangular ones are clunky and waste too much space. But yeah, it is annoying when they give you different base heights for figures that will obviously be posed together.
I think it’s because there can be some debate in how many points of articulation some of the ball joints may count as. If they count it as just one they’re covered but can say it might also be more.I was wondering the same thing about the elbows (hoping they upgraded to double jointed), but it lists the same 28 points of articulation as the Mando version. I also can't help but laugh at how they phrase it - "Body with over 28 points of articulation". So does that mean 29 points or did they just get tired of counting when they hit 28?