Sponsor Entertainment Earth now has the Forces of Destiny Platinum Edition Princess Leia & R2-D2 Set in stock and ready to ship.
Here’s some good news regarding the Forces of Destiny line. The Luke with Yoda Adventure Figure set is in stock and ready to ship from sponsor Entertainment Earth.
Uh-oh. Entertainment Earth has updated the links for the basic Princess Leia and Rey adventure dolls as well as a Padmé Mission Set to “Cancelled” status. We’re not sure what this means for the continuation of the line, considering the deep, deep clearances at retail. Toy Fair should reveal more regarding the line’s destiny for collectors.
As we rumored a few days ago, Hasbro’s Forces of Destiny will be expanding to add its first vehicle in the line. An excellent candidate for this assortment would be Sabine’s “Graffiti Speeder” from the episode Crash Course.
Well this was inevitable. Next month, look for a Rey and Kylo Ren two pack as part of the Forces of Destiny line. No official details are available yet but you can get a glimpse on the Amazon.co.uk site.
— Yakface (@yak_face) July 19, 2017
Managed to pick up the Princess Leia and Wicket Endor Adventure set over my lunch break at my local Target (Medina, MN). They had these in stockroom as well as the Rey Extendable Staff (which I passed on). As a reminder, retail for the Endor Adventure set is $34.99 with DPCI 087-06-9292. I’ll get my girls to give their thoughts on this set later tonight.
(Sorry if this purchase triggers those (you know who you are) that can’t stand Hasbro marketing to kids or to parents looking to share their love of Star Wars with their progeny.)
Tonight we have a few more official images for the Forces of Destiny line to share. Click on through to check out in-pack shots of Rey of Jakku & BB-8, Jyn Erso, and Princess Leia Organa & R2-D2
The line includes new 11-inch “Adventure Figures” depicting characters including Rey, Jyn Erso, Princess Leia, Sabine Wren, plus loveable sidekicks and epic villains like BB-8, Chewbacca and many more. These true to form Adventure Figures bridge the gap between traditional action figures and dolls, opening up a new play experience for Star Wars fans of all ages and genders. Each individually designed figure features dynamic action and multiple points of articulation to help recreate the characters’ adventures and heroic moments with different poses.
The line launches August 1 at mass retailers and HasbroToyShop.com
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