Posted by Adam on May 15, 2012 at 09:12 PM CST
One figure that had been overlooked in our photo archive was the re-release of Hondo Ohnaka from The Clone Wars on the "Shadows of the Dark Side" packaging. That is, until now, and you can check out this new image gallery of the Weequay captain (and his Kowakian monkey lizard, Pilf Mukmuk!), featuring the photography of D. Martin Myatt, by following this link.
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