Posted by D_Martin on May 9, 2012 at 05:44 PM CST
What could possibly be better than a second chance for collectors to get the armoured version of Hasbro's Savage Opress action figure? The one that hasn't been on shelves since last year? How about packaging it with two brand new figures like, say, The Clone Wars versions of the cyborg Darth Maul and Mother Talzin (even if it is just called 'Nightsister')? Fear not, you aren't dreaming, and this is not an imaginary tale. Target will be offering a new Battle Pack called Darth Maul Returns that features three off the coolest figures you could ever hope for. Click the thumbnail above for a closer look at the set and then head into the Rebelscum Forums to check out the thread the above image turned up.
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