Posted by Mark on February 15, 2005 at 12:51 PM CST
When last we saw Jedi Master Shaak Ti, she was fighting for her life against the ominous General Grievous in the final chapter of last year's Clone Wars micro series. From the looks of it, if in fact she makes it to the final theatrical installment of the Star Wars saga, everything turned out alright... for the time being. Officially, we’re still waiting to see where this figure fits into the plan for 2005, but without question it's a sight to behold. As 12-inch figures go, Shaak Ti hosts basic articulation, but where this figure excels is in costume and deco. Hopefully, should all go well, Shaak Ti will grace retail shelves this summer. Until then Rebelscum is proud to feature her as today’s ROTS Close Up.


Look for additional news on this figure and more, as it develops.
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