GENERAL GRIEVOUS
(Demise of Grievous)

Source:
(Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2006
(Target Exclusive)

Assortment:
Exclusive Figures

Retail: $12.99

Assortment Number: 87067

UPC Number: 6 53569 16075 5

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Blaster
  • Electrostaff
  • Flames-Removable (Eyes)
  • Flames-Non-removable (Torso)
  • Clamshell Case

  • Comments: Half alien. Half machine. All evil. Before he was the leader of the Separatist droid armies, General Grievous was a ruthless Kaleesh warlord who was badly injured in a shuttle crash. His body and brain were rebuilt, and after extensive training in the art of lightsaber combat, Grievous became one of the most feared enemies of the Jedi Order. His fateful confrontation with Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi proved that even a living, breathing technological terror like Grievous was ultimately no match for the power of the Force.




    Points of Interest:
  • This General Grievous figure was created especially for Target to celebrate the release of the final episode in the Star Wars saga, Revenge of the Sith.
  • Demise of Grievous was previously released as:
  • For this version, the figure has been completely repainted for a more movie-accurate look. New damaged forearms have been added, and the eyes have been modified so the flames can plug into the sockets.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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