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NYCC 2012: Jaina Solo and the Astromechs

8:00 PM on 10.16.2012

Kristina Pino

Managing Editor/Community Manager

Space girls and robots are always a good idea

It wouldn't be a complete tour of the Kotobukiya booth at NYCC without highlighting some of the Star Wars-related merchandise they had on display! And of course, that means the gorgeous upcoming Star Wars Bishoujo Jaina Solo statue along with a few lovely-looking droids.

Jaina has some lovely details to her figure, and going by Brian's pictures here her clothing looks so very realistic! Her release is slated for November this year, so fans don't have long at all to wait for this beauty.

As for the Astromechs, you'll see a nice variety here including R2-Q5 (black), R2-R9 (red), R2-C4 (yellow), and R2-M5 (white), which are all set for Summer 2013 releases.

Check out the gallery for pictures of all I've mentioned above.


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