ENDOR AT-ST CREW Star Wars Special Action Figure Set
The Kmart exclusive Endor AT-ST Crew and Ewok Scouts Special Action Figure Sets were first revealed during Hasbro's Star Wars presentation at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con. Both boxed sets included two action figures made up mostly from previously released parts. At one point during development, the figures in both packs were considered to be packed with the Endor AT-ST as a large multipack, but the larger set didn't get past early solicitations.

Priced at $14.99 each, first reports of the two packs hitting shelves were received in the second week of September 2012.

AT-ST Gunner
AT-ST Driver
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2012
Original Retail: $14.99
Assortment Number: A0398/A1116
UPC Number: 6 53569 77945 2
What's In The Box?
  • AT-ST Gunner figure
  • AT-ST Driver figure
  • 2x Helmets
  • 2x E-11 Blasters
About These Figures
  • Both the Driver and the Gunner figures are based on the 2010 Target exclusive AT-ST Driver figure from The Attack Oh Hoth multipack. This time out both figures feature new head sculpts as well as a new helmet sculpt.
  • One of the two new head sculpts is clearly based on Return Of The Jedi director Richard Marquand, who suited up for a scene as an AT-ST driver. The second head could be based on Robert Watts, the film's Co-Producer, who also dressed up as an Imperial in the same scene. The likeness isn't as convincing though, and Hasbro has not released confirmation, so for the time being we'll just look at this one as another cog in Sidious' war machine.

Text & Photography by D. Martin Myatt

Additional Photography by Rich Alot

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