HAN SOLO (YAVIN CEREMONY) Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro A New Hope

The VC42 Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) is never going to be considered a highlight in The Vintage Collection. Even though this kit bash figure gave us our first Ceremony Han, it is far from accurate, since he's not wearing the proper shirt. What does make this figure seriously cool for long time collectors, however, is how well it represents a modern version of the Big Head Han from the classic Kenner collection. This figure is a highbred kit bash of the 2004 VOTC Han Solo and the 2009 Legacy Collection BD30 Han Solo.

The fifth wave of action figures in The Vintage Collection was sort of a mixed bag. The assortment featured the VC20 Yoda, which was originally slated for the third wave, along with six kit bashed or repainted figures including the repainted VC38 Clone Trooper (212th Battalion), the kit bashed VC39 Luke Skywalker (Death Star Escape), the repainted VC40 R5-D4, the kit bashed VC41 Stormtrooper, and the repacked VC43 Commander Gree. This assortment didn't ship to Canada, but the Yoda, Luke, and Stormtrooper were ever offered North of the 49th in future waves.

Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
   
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Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Han Solo (Yavin Ceremony) - VC42 The Vintage Collection from Hasbro
Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2011
Original Retail: $9.99
Assortment Number: 30384/97568
Placement Number: VC42
UPC Number: 6 53569 62157 7
What's In The Box?
  • Han Solo Figure
  • DL-44 Blaster Pistol
  • Medal of Bravery
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Additional Photography by D. Martin Myatt and Suzan Lund

Text by D. Martin Myatt

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