Carded/Loose Images of Jabba’s Skiff Guard

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Andrew’s Toyz has posted via Facebook, the first carded look at the upcoming Jabba’s Skiff Guard figure from The Black Series. As you can see, the figure omits the character name for something more generic, probably due to the confusion on which character this is intended to represent: “Sgt. Doallyn”  or “Brock Starsher”. It was confirmed in Star Wars Insider #143 that this is in fact Brock Starsher. Also take note that the included weapons shown with the new images are different than the ones shown in the solicitation image and from what was on display at Toy Fair 2014.

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  • Rykrof_Enloe

    I want several of this figure… I am once again disgusted with Hasbro’s case assortments, isn’t he just 1 per case? Hasbro is the driving force behind distribution woes…. Oh and I though he was to be on a blue card…?

  • RumSleg

    Looks like a good, solid figure. Excited to add this one to my ranks.

  • studlydudly

    I wonder of the elbow joints are black like the boots

    • No

      • studlydudly

        ok now I wonder if the ankle joints are white like the pants

  • LadyFerry

    Yet again the paint work looks horrific, must have been Hasbro’s Chinese child labor doing the painting. Also, I don’t now why everyone is so shocked by the difference between prototype and final monstrous release figure and accessories.

    • JsironStories

      I hate to break it to you, but every toy company uses Chinese child labor. Hasbro is not alone in this horrific issue. NECA also uses factories in China, and all of their figures look like they were dumped in tanks of black wash.

    • studlydudly

      made for children by children

  • Chuck McMenamin

    I think the head looks a tad better, too. Maybe the previous photos wet shot at a bad angle. It could still be up sized a little, but I think it’ll do. Not like we’ll get another chance at the figure….

    • Here I thought I was the only one concerned with his “pea” head. It was never a deal breaker for me, but it does look a bit small… even in these images.