Posted by D_Martin on January 21, 2014 at 11:16 PM CST
Images of the running change to The Black Series #12 41st Elite Corps Clone Trooper Hasbro confirmed to us some time back have surfaced. The figure has been found on the European card backs and images have been published on StarWars-Figuren.com's forum. Eagle eyed collectors will notice the belt should also be solid grey, so the question remains, is this a transition variant or the final repaint? if retail finds don't give us the answer in the coming weeks, you can bet we will ask Hasbro when we see them next month.
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