Posted by D_Martin on March 8, 2013 at 09:09 PM CST
According to a story published on Jedi Temple Archives, we can expect to see a figure based on Voren Na'al, the Yavin Ceremony Medal Bearer from Star Wars: Episode IV early next year. With a new Ceremony Luke coming out soon, and the news of the Na'al figure, we wonder how long it will be before we see a new Ceremonial Leia figure. Even though we've seen two great Leia figures from The Empire Strikes Back and Return Of The Jedi recently, we haven't had one from A New Hope for some time and the last Ceremonial Leia we got was in 1998, this news may be an indication that a new one is planned. Click the thumbnails above to have a closer look at the scene featuring the background performer Derek Lyons as the Medal Bearer to have a better idea of what the figure will look like. If this pans out, there is a good chance that we'll be seeing a kitbash figure, and if it is, what do you think the recipe will be? Head over to JTA to see the original story.
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