DARTH VADER & SEEKER DROID Darth Vader & Seeker Droid - Mission Series: Star Destroyer MS01 - Mission Series: Star Destroyer

Darth Vader sends out Seeker Droids to hunt down all those who oppose the Galactic Empire. Vader deploys the Droids from his Star Destroyer to find spies, Rebels, and all other enemies of the Empire.

The MS01 Mission Series: Star Destroyer two pack was released in July 2012 as part of the first wave of Hasbro's Mission Series line launch. The first wave also included the MS02 Mission Series: Coruscant, MS03 Mission Series: Geonosis and MS04 Mission Series: Utapau sets. The figures in all four sets featured five points of articulation and ushered in a new age of Star Wars collecting that felt more like our roots than any other product line released in the modern era.

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Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2013
Original Retail: $9.99
Assortment Number: A5229/A5228
UPC Number: 6 53569 87899 5
What's In The Box?
  • Darth Vader Action Figure (Non-removable soft goods cape)
  • Lightsaber
  • Seeker Droid (3 pieces)
  • Droid Hover Base
About The Figures
  • Both the Darth Vader and Seeker Droids are entirely new figures
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Text & Photography by D. Martin Myatt

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