Posted by D_Martin on September 22, 2013 at 10:52 PM CST
We have updated the Sideshow Collectibles section of our Photo Archive with the exclusive edition of The Old Republic Darth Malgus Premium Format Figure, which includes a switch out unmasked head. Follow the link above to have a closer look at this very well done collectible based on the popular video game villain.
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