PRINCESS LEIA & TOBBI DALA
(Marvel Comics' STAR WARS)

Princess Leia & Tobbi Dala

Source: Expanded Universe:
Marvel Comics Star Wars
Year: 2008
Retail: $12.99
Assortment: Comic Packs
Number: 07
Assortment Number: 87698/87504
Weapons and Accessories:

  • Mitrinomon Z-6 Jet Pack
  • Removable Helmet
  • Blaster Pistol
  • BlasTech DL-44 Heavy Blaster Pistol
  • Hoth Jacket
  • Star Wars #69 reprint comic book


  • Comments: Princess Leia is captured by slavers while searching for Dengar, a bounty hunter with information that can help her save Han Solo. It looks like all is lost for Leia, until her new Mandalorian friend Fenn Shysa launches a daring raid to rescue her and his boyhood friend Tobbi Dala, who is also a prisoner of the slavers. But before the day is done, there will be death and destruction in the city of bones.










    Points of Interest:
  • Princess Leia is a repaint of the figure from 1998's POTF2 Mynock Hunt Cinema Scene. This time around, she's also been given a holster.
  • Tobbi Dala is based on the figure from 2007's TAC The Fett Legacy Evolutions set. The body has been repainted, and this figure has a new head.
  • For more information on the Marvel Comics Star Wars comic book series, check out our cover gallery.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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