Posted by Adam on September 2, 2012 at 02:20 AM CST
STAR WARS:EPISODE IV A NEW HOPE rocked the world when it was released. We have selected the Episode IV appearance of C-3P0 from among the many variations that appeared throughout the series. Each and every detail has been thoroughly verified by Seiji Takahashi, Japanís foremost Star Wars scholar. No details were spared to replicate the character with perfect accuracy in the form of a posable action figure. A perfect representation of the on-screen character from every angle, the Chogokin C-3P0 represents a fusion of the Chogokin ethos with the precision of a scale model.

Unprecedented Details and Features



Elbows feature working cylinders. A world first for the 12 inch figure scale. The stomach detailing utilizes actual wires: another world first. Knee-backs with asymmetrical detailing: yet another world first.


Meticulous Sculpting Based on Thorough Research and the Newest Technology



The chest features accurate detail down to the tiniest bumps and dents. The legs are asymmetrically designed, even down to the differing colors seen in Episode IV. The removable droid control bolt attaches magnetically, and the comlink can be held in C-3P0ís hand.

Check out the official product page.
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