Boba Fett Lego N1 Starfighter Book

Lego's Book of Boba Fett The Mandalorian and Grogu minifigures, Brando Workshop's Pikachu mouse and Bandai's SH Figuarts Star Wars: Visions Am.

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Welcome to Toy Aisle, io9’s regular roundup of the latest toys and merchandise news. This week, Boba Fett’s Bookthe end means commodity a-go with it star wars toys from Lego and Hasbro (and more, for good measure), and Playmates are boldly forging ahead Star Trek: Prodigy toys and back in time with retro Ninja Turtles. Check it out!


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Lego The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter

One of the best parts of The Phantom Menace was Doug Chiang’s stunning design for the Naboo N-1 Starfighters, which looked both majestic and menacing. So such a bumpy ride as Boba Fett’s Book was, it was great to see the return of this iconic star wars ship, and even better to see a new lego version of this one. With the choppy aesthetic of Mando’s new ride, the $60 412-piece set, also includes minifigure versions of Mando with his jetpack and Darksaber, Grogu, Peli Motto and a comic droid. You’ll have to wait until June 1 to get one, but the The Lego website is currently accepting pre-orders.


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Comrades Star Trek: Prodigy Figures

Hot on the heels of their most general star trek online, Playmates has unveiled its first set of Star Trek: Prodigy the figures are to be released later this year. The 5″ numbers will be to scale Line of figures “Universe” from other star trek shows and movies, and unsurprisingly the first wave will cover the crew of the Protostar. Dal (paired with the goopy little Murf), Gwyn, Zero and Jankom will be joined by a currently Unrevealed Janeway Hologram figurine. They will be available online at Octoberand in stores from early 2023 – where they will be joined by the latest crew member, Rok-Tahk, and more Prodigy ship and role-play toys are expected to arrive in late 2023.


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Hasbro star wars The Black Series Black Krrsantan

In at Hasbro other in addition to Boba Fett book-adjacent reveals this weekthe company dropped a hold on Wookiee bcounty hunder Black Krrsantan. Based – rather loosely, considering it heavily reuses the company’s Chewbacca body rather than Krrsantan’s bulkier form – on his appearance in star wars comics rather than Boba Fett book, the figure comes with a bowcaster to blast his bounties. Costing $28, the figure is set to release in early 2023.[[Hasbro Pulse]


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Lego Boba Fett’s throne room

Even if Boba Fett’s Book ended up being nothing more than a transitional series setting up the third season of The Mandalorianit was still a rather amusing romp, and the iconic image of Fett seated on Jabba the Hutt’s throne certainly deserves its own Lego set. Available for pre-order now for $100 and shipping March 1, this 732-piece set recreates a small cross-section of Jabba’s old HQ, with an ejection seat throne and seven minifigures including Boba Fett, Fennec Shand, a Gamorrean guard, a Weequay guard, a Theelin dancer and Bib Fortuna, but tragically, not the Matt Berry-voiced 8D8 droid.


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Playmates Toys Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Sewer Sports All-Stars Reissues

Play with Ninja Ttortoise toys and playing sports didn’t always go together, but even the most sport-phobic 90s kid could get behind the TMNT Sewer Sports Line, which made Teenage Turtles even cooler and more extreme. Playmates Toys is releasing another reissue box set, this time featuring TD Tossin Leo, Slam Dunkin’ Don, Skate Boardin’ Mike and Shell Kickin’ Raph, which has been temporarily listed on Target’s website for $50.


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SH Figuarts Star Wars Visions “The Twins” Karre and Am

Bandai’s latest characters from the galaxy far, far away step into the animated world of Visions, last year’s anime anthology series. The main protagonists of Studio Trigger’s “The Twins” short are rendered in 6″ scale, with Karre the brother coming with his removDark Armor (with an articulated metallic cape), as well as a lightsaber and multiple hands and face flatare to pose. Am, in the meantime has no withdrawalcapable armor, being the sister who stays on the dark side for much of the short, but she has a takedowncapable helmet, and an unmasked head with several facial plates of various expressions. To boot, she comes with not one, but six lightsabers, four of which can be wielded by robot manipulators strapped to his back. Studio Trigger does nothing half, after all. Karre and Am will cost around $60 each and will be released in August.[[[[At Miami]


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Jakks Pacific Sonic the Hedgehog Collector’s Edition Modern Action Figure

We all know how the Sega vs. Nintendo battle ended, and while there were video game character casualties on both sides, it’s nice to see that Sonic the Hedgehog survived to run another very fast day. The character is almost as popular as he was in the heyday of Sega Genesis, thanks to movies, TV shows, and great characters like this. new eight inch tall version from Jakks Pacific. AT $50, that isn’t cheap, but the figure features 13 points of articulation plus three sets of hands, eyes, and mouths to strike the perfect pose and expression.


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Brando Workshop Pokemon Pikachu Wireless Mouse

Pikachu brings the same energy to this cute wireless mouse everyone brings in 2022: complete exhaustion to the point where you just feel like sprawling on a mouse pad (or bed) and sleeping for months. The $51 Mouse is symmetrical so it can be used by right- or left-handers, and while the left and right mouse buttons are camouflaged like Pikachu’s ears, the yellow scroll was apparently harder to hide. The optical mouse features 800 dpi resolution and includes its own wireless dongle instead of using Bluetooth.


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