Posted by D_Martin on July 8, 2014 at 08:40 AM CST
Hasbro has released images of the next wave of figures in their 3 3/4-inch assortment of The Black Series. Click the thumbnails above to have a closer look at the upcoming Ree Yees, Revenge Of The Sith armored Darth Vader, and the newly christened Jabba's Skiff Guard (firmly known by a couple of EU names that are most likely officially irrelevant).

Edit: Oops. The title should have said wave five. We will leave the title the same to preserve your comments.
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