WOOOF

Source: Return of the Jedi

Year: 2010

Number: VC24

Assortment: Basic Figures

Retail: $7.99

Assortment Number: 21485/97568

UPC Number: 6 53569 52861 6

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Vibrolance
  • Skiff Guard Blaster
  • Removable Helmet
  • Bandolier
  • Soft Goods Skirt

  • Comments: Celebrate the legendary Star Wars saga that changed the universe forever! This collection brings to life the incredible story of good versus evil that captured our imagination and took us to a galaxy far, far away. Iconic Star Wars heroes and villains are captured with incredible detail and premium features to commemorate each epic tale in the Star Wars saga. May the Force be with you!










    Points of Interest:
  • Wooof is an all-new figure.
  • Without a doubt, the most exciting figure in this wave is Klaatu...or Wooof. Don't let the name throw you however, it's accurate due to the fact that this was actually the name used for the character during production. So "Klaatu" is the name for the species, and "Wooof" is the name of the character.
  • For Kenner's Vintage figure fans, this is the very first time this character has been made in the modern line. This figure includes all the bells and whistles you'd expect as far a articulation goes, and the wrinkled pants does a wonderful job of hiding the joints. The furry skirt works great here, and the removable helmet is a nice touch.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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