Posted by Adam on April 15, 2012 at 10:55 PM CST
While the Revenge of the Jedi carded figures that were originally included as part of the San Diego Comic-Con 2011 exclusive Death Star set and then released individually were found in the usual places in the U.S., that hasn't been the case in Canada. Due to a timing issue, waves 8 & 9 did not make it to retail as originally planned, and have since begun showing up in Winners and HomeSense for $5.99.

One particular case found in British Columbia was packed with the following figures:

Darth Vader - Return of the Jedi (first time on card)
Leia Slave - Revenge of the Jedi (from Death Star Set)
Boba Fett - Return of the Jedi (first time on card)
Stormtrooper - Revenge of the Jedi (from Death Star Set)
Tie Fighter Pilot - Return of the Jedi (first time on card)
Bom Vimdin - Star Wars
Rebel Commando (Black Variant) - Revenge of the Jedi (from Death Star Set)
Han Solo (in Trench Coat) - Return of the Jedi (first time on card)
Luke Skywalker (Jedi Knight Outfit) - Return of the Jedi (white border variant)
B-Wing Pilot (Keyan Farlander) - Return of the Jedi (first time on card)
Wicket - Revenge of the Jedi (from Death Star Set)
R2-D2 - Revenge of the Jedi (from Death Star Set)
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