Posted by Jay on March 8, 2005 at 08:59 AM CST
NEW Episode III 12” Figures!

This assortment from the new movie features the unique styling and incredible detail you’ve come to expect from the Star Wars 12-inch line. Each figure is fully articulated, comes with accessories, and perfectly captures the drama of this thrilling new Star Wars chapter.

General Grievous
Part alien, part droid, General Grievous is the supreme commander of the droid armies and a brilliant military strategist for the Separatist forces. He hunts Jedi for sport and proudly displays their lightsabers around his belt as trophies of his conquest.

General Grievous General Grievous


Clone Trooper
These genetically engineered soldiers, cloned from bounty hunter Jango Fett, serve as the Grand Army of the Republic under the leadership of the noble Jedi Knights. They are sent throughout the galaxy to fight the droid armies of the Separatist forces.

Clone Trooper Clone Trooper


Darth Sidious
Remaining in office long after his term has expired, the Supreme Chancellor continues to preside over the Galactic Senate. He tightens his grip on the Republic and seizes ever-greater power by declaring himself Emperor, leading the Jedi to suspect Palpatine’s darkest secret — that he is the Sith Lord, Darth Sidious.

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Source: Hasbro.com
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