Posted by Chris on June 25, 2013 at 03:35 PM CST
Gentle Giant Ltd. has just posted another Star Wars exclusive for San Diego Comic-Con. This time, it's the 12" Yak Face POTF Jumbo Kenner Figure! The highly sought after piece is up for pre-order for Premier Guild Members only right here with an $80.00 price tag.
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