HAN SOLO
(Carbonite)

Source:
(Return of the Jedi)

Collection: Battle of Carkoon

Year: 2006

Number: SAGA-002

Assortment: Basic Figures

Retail: $6.99

Assortment Number: 85802/85770

UPC Number: 6 53569 08587 4

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Carbonite Block
  • Force Pike
  • Random Holographic Figure
  • Display Stand
  • Encasement: Carbonite
    Status: Jabba's favorite decoration
    Thinks Jaba is: "A piece of worm ridden filth"
    Comments: After Han Solo is captured by the Empire and put into carbon freeze, Boba Fett delivers his prize to Jabba the Hutt. Trapped, but in perfect hibernation, Solo is freed from carbonite by Princess Leia. Jabba, however, has other plans for Solo and orders that he and his friends be executed in the Pit of Carkoon. After a harrowing battle and a close call with the almighty Sarlacc, Solo and friends escape and set their sights on taking down the Empire.









    Points of Interest:
  • The force pike has been found with six different numbers 1-6 embossed onto it. These are the are cavity numbers used when creating the mold. The pikes are cast in a 6 cavity mold (possibly more), and then separated for individual packaging.
  • Photography by Dave Myatt, Jeremy Beckett, and Dan Curto
  • Pike variations by Sean Gautreaux, Anthony Baccelliere, and Dan Curto. Thanks to Rick Kovacs for the info.

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