First Mando Monday: New 'The Mandalorian' Action Figures, Artwork, Sneakers & More Revealed10/26/2020
During the upcoming second season of The Mandalorian, every week will have a special “Mando Monday” reveal with new merchandise tied to the live-action Star Wars series on Disney+. With the second season premiere coming up this Friday, this week brought the first Mando Monday, and while there weren’t any merchandise reveals that provided any insights into the show’s story, it does have a some fantastic new The Mandalorian action figures, officially licensed artwork, Adidas sneakers, and much more. Get a look at some of the new merch and more below.
Note: some of the links for ordering items below may not be live yet, so keep checking as the day goes on.
The Mandalorian Black Series Action Figures
First up, we’ve got a new edition of The Mandalorian in his beskar armor as a Black Series figure, and this time he’s coming with the pram and The Child, not to mention a bunch of other accessories. But the best part about this version of The Mandalorian is that you can take off his helmet to reveal Din Djarin, played by Pedro Pascal, whose face has been created with the 3D photoreal sculpting technology. You can get this one only at Target.
There’s also another Black Series action figure set that comes with the little creature lovingly referred to by fans as Baby Yoda, this time with one of his sworn enemies. You might remember that an Imperial Scout Trooper was so bold as to punch The Child, and now that Scout Trooper and his speeder bike is getting the Black Series treatment, complete with The Child sitting inside of the satchel in which he is punched. This is an Amazon exclusive.
The Mandalorian Vintage Collection Action Figures
The Vintage Collection is also expanding with three new figures inspired by the first season of The Mandalorian. The 3.75-inch action figure line is also getting a new version of Mando with a removable helmet, as well as Giancarlo Esposito as Moff Gideon with the darksaber, and The Armorer with her signature metal-working tools that double as deadly weapons.
Mando is a Walmart exclusive, but the other two you can order at various retailers starting today.
The Mandalorian Vintage Collection Razor Crest
The Vintage Collection playset of The Mandalorian’s ship the Razor Crest had already been revealed as a new HasLab crowdfunded project, but today it was finally revealed in its fully painted form with a deep look at the interior and all the extra accessories that come with it. Watch the video above to see how amazing this playset really is. If you’d like to board the crowdfunded effort, which has already been completed and reached almost all the stretch goals, head over here.
The Mandalorian Retro Collection Action Figures
Even though The Mandalorian wasn’t around when the original Star Wars toys hits shelves in 1978, Hasbro is pretending like they were by giving them Retro Collection action figures. These figures have a simple design, and some of them even come with those terribly vinyl capes and cloaks that characters like Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi had. These are a fun faux flashback, and all the key characters are included. These will be available at various retailers.
The Mandalorian Real Moves The Child
If the dozens of other plush toys of The Child out there aren’t good enough for you, then this latest “Real Moves” plush that can be controlled with a wrist remote might be good for you. He moves around, uses his Force abilities, and will probably scare the crap out of your pets. This will be available at Shop Disney.
The Mandalorian Acme Archives Artwork
Not all The Mandalorian merch is limited to toys. Acme Archives has unveiled some new limited edition artwork inspired by the first season of The Mandalorian. They actually have a whole gallery of pieces, including some concept art from the show, that you can order right now. It’s a little on the pricier side, but there’s some great work there. Head over to Acme Archives for a look.
The Mandalorian Adidas Sneakers
Finally, Adidas is releasing a whole new line of sneakers dedicated to The Mandalorian. There are various shoes inspired by Mando, The Child, The Armorer, and even the darksaber. You can get a better look at all of the shoes over at the Adidas website, but they won’t be on sale until 12:00 A.M. PT on November 4.
If you’d like to see more of The Mandalorian merch, including clothing, cookware, and more, you can watch the full Mando Monday stream from earlier today, which includes some of the cast members playing with the new toys too.
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