DARTH VADER
("Lava Reflection")

Source:
(Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2005
(Target Exclusive)

Assortment: Exclusive Figures

Retail: $12.99

Assortment Number: 85682

UPC Number: 5356906284

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Lightsaber
  • Display Liner
  • Clamshell Packaging


  • Notes:
  • This Darth Vader figure was created especially for Target to celebrate the release of the final episode in the Star Wars saga, Revenge of the Sith.
  • This Exclusive Collectors Edition is limited to 50,000.
  • Comments: Lured by promises of unlimited power, Anakin gives up everyone he cares about and falls to the dark side of the Force. Encased in the black armor that will come to strike fear throughout the galaxy, he is no longer Anakin Skywalker - he is now Darth Vader.


    Points of Interest:
  • This figure of Darth Vader is based on the figure from the POTF2 Final Jedi Duel Cinema Scene, which was also used for the 2002 Toy Fair Edition figure.
  • This figure was available on the official Revenge of the Sith launch on April 2, 2005. Collectors were required to get a numbered ticket when the store opened, which was required to purchase the exclusive figure. However, not all stores followed this policy, and there were cases where it was sold for the listed price. After April 2nd, this figure was available at Target's website.
  • Photography by: Dan Curto

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