COMMANDER FAIE & QUINLAN VOS
(Dark Horse Comics' STAR WARS: REPUBLIC)

Commander Faie & Quinlan Vos

Source: Expanded Universe:
Dark Horse Comics Star Wars: Republic
Year: 2008
Retail: $12.99
Assortment: Comic Packs
Number: 13
Assortment Number: 87774/87504
UPC Number: 6 56569 33075 2
Weapons and Accessories:

  • DC-15 Blaster
  • DC-15 Blaster Rifle
  • Removable Helmet
  • Blaster Pistol
  • Lightsaber
  • Star Wars: Republic #82 reprint comic book


  • Comments: Quinlan Vos and Commander Faie are sent to Kashyyyk, the lush forest homeworld of the Wookiees, during the Clone Wars. The Jedi General and the clone commander have an uneasy relationship given their very different natures, and their ability to work together is made more precarious when the duplicitous Devaronian smuggler Vilmarh Grahrk appears and, predictably, stirs up plenty of trouble.









    Points of Interest:
  • Commander Faie is based on 2008's TAC Kashyyyk Trooper. This time around, the torso has been retooled to fit a new head sculpt, complete with a removable helmet.
  • Quinlan Vos is a based on the figure from 2007's TAC Quinlan Vos & Vilmarh Grahrk Comic Pack. This time around, he has a new head, arms, and torso.
  • For more information on the Dark Horse Comics Star Wars: Republic comic book series, check out our cover gallery.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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