B-WING PILOT
(Keyan Farlander)

Source: Expanded Universe:
X-Wing: The Farlander Papers

Year: 2011

Number: VC63

Assortment: Basic Figures

Retail: $8.99

Assortment Number: 36167/97568

UPC Number: 6 53569 64552 8

Weapons and Accessories:
• Blaster Pistol
• Removable Helmet
• Life SUpport Tube
 
Comments: "I am a Jedi, like my father before me."
Return of the Jedi was a powerful conclusion to this epic saga of good versus evil. The whole world knows this film by its current title, which evokes the glorious return of the hero. But during filming, the movie was slated to be called Revenge of the Jedi. Merchandise was developed based on this title, including Kenner action figure packaging. Then, late in production, there was a dramatic change. Shortly before the film was released, George Lucas decided the title should be Return of the Jedi. The final title carries a more appropriate emotional tone because, of course, a Jedi would not seek revenge.

To celebrate this monumental film and the unique history of its title, we have created special packages of favorite characters from the movie, featuring the Revenge of the Jedi title. May the Force be with you!


Points of Interest:
B-Wing Pilot (Keyan Farlander) is a repaint of the figure originaly from 2008's TLC Evolutions: Rebel Pilot Legacy II set.

• Keyan "Lucky" Farlander originally appeared as the player character in the Star Wars: X-Wing video game, but his history has been expanded to include an onscreen appearance in the Classic Trilogy, and beyond.

• Photography by Dan Curto


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