A'SHARAD HETT & DARK WOMAN
(Dark Horse Comics' STAR WARS)

Source:
Expanded Universe:
Star Wars

Year: 2007

Number: 08

Assortment: Comic Packs

Retail: $9.99

Assortment Number: 87520/87504

UPC Number: 6 53569 21374 1

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Lightsaber
  • 2 Lightsaber Blades
  • 2 Lightsaber Hilts
  • Modified Gaderffi Stick
  • Tusken Raider Mask
  • Scarf
  • Star Wars #31 reprint comic book
  • Comments: The Jedi High Council sends A'Sharad Hett, Ki-Ad-Mundi, and Adi Gallia to capture bounty hunter Aurra Sing, who has killed two Jedi on Coruscant and is the murderer of Hett's father. The Dark Woman, Sing's former teacher. also asks to join the hunt but is denied. Events - and the Force - lead them all to a remote jungle world, where Hett confronts Sing in a lightsaber duel, and the Dark Woman seeks atonement for her failure to help Sing.















    Points of Interest:
  • Both A'sharad Hett & Dark Woman are all-new figures, however the figures' outfits do not match the packaging artowrk or the included comic book.
  • While both characters appear in the included issue, the comic book appearances these figures actually represent can be seen in Star Wars: Republic #59 (A'sharad Hett) and Star Wars: Jedi - Aayla Secura (Dark Woman).
  • For more information on the Dark Horse Comics Star Wars comic book series, check out our cover gallery.
  • For more information on the Dark Horse Comics Star Wars: Republic comic book series, check out our cover gallery and the Jedi Journals entry.
  • For more information on the Dark Horse Comics Star Wars: Jedi - Aayla Secura comic book series, check out our cover gallery and the Jedi Journals entry.
  • Photography by Dan Curto
  • Also included with this figure is a folding pamphlet that shows other toys in The 30th Anniversary Collection.

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