Posted by D.Martin on February 15, 2014 at 12:00 PM CST
As you would expect, the presentation, which started with a brief rundown on the upcoming animated series, gave us a closer look at Hasbro's plans for the launch of their Star Wars: Rebels collection.

The basic action figure collection will feature the same five point articulation 3 3/4-inch Saga Legends design we've seen in 2013 (not to mention 1978-1985). Each figure will come on orange and black cards with a dominating Stormtrooper helmet header.

The figures shown include:

The Inquisitor
C1-10P (Chopper)
Kanan Jarrus
Stormtrooper
Agent Kallus
Ezra Bridger


The Mission Series two packs continue and will add Rebels themed packs into the mix:

Zeb Orretios Vs. Stormtrooper
C-3PO & R2-D2


The figures won't have to limit their battles to the ground (although, you better believe they will be battling on bedroom floors and in front yards very soon) with Hasbro offering new vehicles based on the new show. The initial releases will include:


Inquisitor's TIE Fighter
AT-DP
Phantom
Giant X-Wing 29.5-inches long!


In addition, the 12-inch line will offer kids figures based on:

The Inquisitor
Agent Kallus
Kanan Jarrus
Stormtrooper
Ezra Bridger


Lastly, Hasbro will also produce role play toys based on:

The Inquisitor's Lightsaber
Stormtrooper Blaster

Stay tuned for a full gallery from the showroom floor later today!
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