Height: 6 1/4 inches
Articulation: Swivel/hinge ankles, double hinged knees, swivel thighs, ball jointed hips, mid-torso ball joint, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel/hinge elbows, swivel/hinge wrists, hinged neck, and a ball jointed head.
Accessories: BlasTech DL-44 pistol and removable coat shell.
Non-Scalper Price: $20 dollars
* For me, just the fact that this is a new Han Solo variant is just a huge plus. I mean, did anyone ever think we'd ever get a Star Wars sequel film with the original cast, specifically Ford as Solo? I didn't! It's amazing to have this figure! I love you, Han!
* For a guy in his 70s, Han Solo can still move! Seriously, I think Han Solo is one of the best articulated figures in this line. He doesn't have any extra points of articulation or anything but everything he does have works fantastically and has a great range of motion. Honestly, he's one of my current favorite figures to pose and mess around with as there are just plenty of cool ways to pose Han.
* I'm really impressed by this sculpt. For someone with a likeness that's known to be notoriously difficult to sculpt, I think Hasbro hit the nail right on the head. This is absolutely Ford as Solo. It's definitely one of the better human likenesses in the Black Series so far.
* Han's holster belt isn't removable but it is a separate piece fitted over his waist. The belt has a leather-like texture to it and the appropriate silver paint apps to represent the studs and belt buckles. The holster is permanently attached to the right leg and is always in place for a perfect draw.
* It just wouldn't be right if Han didn't come armed with his trusty BlasTech DL-44 blaster, would it? Fortunately, he does. It's a nice representation of the pistol and is actually a different sculpt from the version that came with the original Black Series Han Solo. It's a smaller pistol but it has some nice paint application and some fairly sharp sculpted detail. It also fits perfectly in the holster on Han's right hip.
* The body of the jacket and the sleeves don't 100% match up in color. It's pretty close and nothing to get bent out of shape about but, if you look really carefully, you'll notice that the colors are just a bit different.
* The sculpting of Han's hair looks fantastic but I think the color might be off a bit. Does it look a bit too dark to anyone else? I think it needs a bit more gray in it. It doesn't look bad, it's just not accurate to the film.
my heroes as grizzled old men and it's nice to add Old Man Solo to the collection. Now, bring on General Leia Organa and Jedi Master Luke Skywalker! I want those three on my shelf to fight alongside the new heroes!
One of my first Star Wars figures ever was a secondhand vintage Han Solo in Hoth gear. I've reviewed a few other more recent versions of Han, though including the Black Series A New Hope Han Solo and the Han Solo (Stormtrooper Disguise) and the Hero Mashers Han Solo in his blue jacket from Empire.
I've reviewed plenty of other figures from the Black Series, including:
Star Wars: The Black Series (6 inch) by Hasbro (2013)
Luke Skywalker (Bespin Outfit)
Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Revenge of the Sith)
Princess Leia (Slave Outfit)
Star Wars: The Black Series Phase II (6 inch) by Hasbro (2014)
Boba Fett (Prototype Armor)
Clone Commander Cody
Clone Trooper Captain
Clone Trooper Sergeant
Star Wars: The Black Series Phase III (6 inch) by Hasbro (2015)
First Order General Hux
First Order Snowtrooper Officer
First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter
First Order Stormtrooper
First Order TIE Fighter Pilot
Imperial Shock Trooper
Kylo Ren (Starkiller Base)
Phase 1 Clone Trooper Commander, Phase II Clone Trooper, Imperial Stormtrooper, and First Order ---Stormtrooper Officer four pack
Poe Dameron and First Order Riot Control Stormtrooper
Rey (Jakku) & BB-8
Sandtrooper Sergeant, Crimson Stormtrooper, Lieutenant OXIXO, and R2-Q5