QUINLAN VOS & VILMARH GRAHRK
(Dark Horse Comics' STAR WARS)

Source:
Expanded Universe:
Star Wars

Year: 2007

Number: 05

Assortment: Comic Packs

Retail: $9.99

Assortment Number: 87517/87504

UPC Number: 6 53569 21145 7

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Lightsaber Blade
  • Lightsaber Hilt
  • 2 Blasters
  • Star Wars #19 reprint comic book
  • Comments: Quinlan Vos awakens with no memory of who or what he is, and immediately finds himself in peril, in the midst of a fierce blaze and attacked by bounty hunters. He is saved by Vilmarh Grahrk, who helps him escape and explains that bets are being placed on Quinlan's chances of survival. Villie reveals that he has a personal stake in the outcome, but changes his outlook when he sees QUinlan's Jedi skills in action.










    Points of Interest:
  • Quinlan Vos was the most popular characters named in ToyFare's Fan's Choice Poll.
  • Although the comic reprinted in this set is Star Wars #19, the figures are based on the outfits worn in issues of Star Wars: Republic during the Clone Wars.
  • Photography by Dan Curto
  • For more information on the Dark Horse Comics Star Wars comic book series, check out our cover gallery.
  • Also included with this figure is a folding pamphlet that shows other toys in The 30th Anniversary Collection.

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