Posted by D_Martin on July 27, 2012 at 07:23 PM CST
Source: Diamond Select Toys.


If you're a Star Wars fan, there's probably only one place you want to be come August 23rd -- Star Wars Celebration VI in Orlando, Florida! The four-day convention celebrating all things Star Wars will be a veritable Mecca for Jedi and Sith making the long pilgrimage, and will play host to a large number of Star Wars actors, actresses and behind-the-scenes creators. It will also play host to two exclusive Star Wars banks by Diamond Select Toys!

First up, DST will offer a limited-edition variant of their 9-inch Boba Fett vinyl bust bank. While the regular release utilizes Fett's color scheme from "Return of the Jedi," this exclusive edition features paint apps based on Fett's appearance in "The Empire Strikes Back." The bank will be limited to 250 pieces, and at only $20 it will likely move as fast as R2-R9 did at San Diego Comic-Con, so make the Kessel Run to booth 632 as soon as you arrive!

In addition, DST will offer a brand-new Astromech droid exclusively at Celebration VI that will be the must-own item of the convention: R2-Q5. Only 100 of this all-black Imperial Droid unit have been produced, making it one of DST's rarest vinyl Star Wars banks ever! And all for the low price of $20! Of all the exclusives at the show, this one will definitely go the fastest, so make the Diamond Select Toys booth (#632) your first stop at the con!
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