Posted by Chris on June 24, 2010 at 11:38 PM CST
Oola the Twi'lek dancer and unfortunate slave to Jabba the Hutt. Dressed in fish net and leather, Oola was the star attraction in Jabba's court. In the end, Oola refused to submit to Jabba's will and met with a grisly death at the hands of the monstrous Rancor.

Accurately detailed, hand painted to perfection and features real fabric fish net body suit. This 1:6th scale mini-bust is a limited edition that comes with a matching, numbered certificate of authenticity.

The Oola Mini-Bust has to be one of the most beautiful pieces Gentle Giant has ever done. They truly captured the essence of the character. This piece does not come with any accessories other than the rope attached to her neck as it was in Jabba's Palace before she succumbed to the mighty Rancor. Posed in a striking and provocative stance, Oola bares her trademark fishnet outfit which fits nice and snug around her olive green skin. The most fragile parts of this piece are going to be the fingers on both her left and right hands as she holds her rope. Lastly, I appreciate the fine movie accurate detail given to her head piece. For those who haven't pre-ordered this one yet, I highly recommend doing so!

RELEASE DATE: Not yet released
ITEM#: 12145
BOXED WEIGHT: 1 pound, 8 ounces
BOXED SIZE: 8" x 8" x 10"
MINI-BUST SIZE: 6.25" tall with base
RETAIL: $59.99

This product is scheduled to ship in July.
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Moving into our nineteenth year of shooting Star Wars collectibles, we pause for a moment to consider legacy. Our photography is obviously recognizable because of the blue background, but looking further back, especially after we published The Man Who Shot Luke Skywalker galleries last December, we've put our minds to offering more classic Kenner backgrounds to our galleries. Follow this link to have a look and then let us know if you'd like to continue to explore this train of thought.
Focus on the Rebelscum legacy and keep it blue.
I love the nod to Kenner's history. I'd love to see Rebelscum embrace a more colourful vision.
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