Cara Dune, who is excellent, The Mandalorian, who is impossible to find and outdated by the second episode, IG-11, who is a repaint with a new bandolier, and the Offworld Jawa, who is a repaint of the 40th Anniversary Jawa with a new cloak. Does that seem to be a lineup that gives the impression Hasbro had enough time or the confidence to craft a full lineup for The Mandalorian? Today I'm checking out the Offworld Jawa, one of the transplants from Tatooine who now dwells on Arvala-7. The Offworld Jawas appeared in Episode 2: The Child (one of my favorites of the season) and were part of one of the best action sequences on the show. Let's check out the Offworld Jawa after the break...
Height: 4 1/4 inches
Articulation: Swivel/hinge ankles, swivel hinged knees, ball jointed hips, ball jointed abdomen, swivel/ hinge shoulders,
swivel/hinge elbows, swivel/hinge wrists, a hinged neck, and a ball jointed head.
Accessories: Ion blaster, non-removable ion blaster.
Non-Scalper Price: $20 dollars
*On the left is the Offworld Jawa while the standard Jawa is on the right. From the waist up these are the same figures although the Offworld Jawa has an extra cloth robe over the sculpted robes of the original figure. The sculpted plastic robe hanging over the legs is missing on the Offworld Jawa, replaced by the cloth robe. This actually allows for much better articulation.
* The cloth robe really gives this guy a different look from the standard Jawa. I liked the sculpted robes of the standard Jawa when it was released but, looking at this guy, I think the cloth robe turned out pretty nice. It makes for a very complex looking figure.
*The bandolier is even nicer on this figure than on the standard Jawa. It's the same bandolier (still not removable) but with a better and more realistic paintjob this time around.
* Also like with the standard Jawa, the headsculpt is excellent. The hood is is a separate piece attached
to the head, meaning it both adds depth to the figure's appearance as
well as allows for better head movement. The interior looks like it's
covered in strips of black cloth (this seems film accurate) and features the unusual red eyes of the Offworld Jawas.
* Here's a look at how the robe looks hanging down from the back. I think it looks really fantastic, particularly when posed. It does have some fraying on the edges but I believe that is entirely intentional to give this guy a worn, rugged appearance.
* While his arms are still a bit limited, the cloth robe now allows for full lower body articulation, making this guy a lot for more fun to play with than his Tatooine brethren.
* Hasbro didn't change the weapons up much, so they're still based on the Tatooine Jawa weapons: This ion rifle looks like the one a Jawa uses to shoot R2-D2 in A New Hope. The sculpt is nice and it features a variety of paint applications to call attention
to all of the details on it. It is attached to a cord that is attached
to a battery pack on the Jawa's bandolier, meaning it is not removable.
More on that in a moment.
* The second ion blaster is the model I always think of first (probably because the POTF2
version included one like it) and it's always been my favorite. The
paintwork is nice; it looks even more distressed and rugged than the blaster included with the standard Jawa.
* Just like the previous release, the back of the bandolier has a battery pack for the attached
ionization blaster and a holster to store it in. The holster looks
decent, but the fit of the blaster in there is really, really tight. I'm
kind of nervous to stick it in and pop it back out considering that the
barrel of the ion blaster is a rubbery.
* The non-removable battery pack/ blaster also is just awkward with a cord that gets in the way.
* My Jawa has eyes in the back of his head! Just kidding. But really, he does have this random red paint on the back of his hood. Since he only has red on his eyes, that's gotta be where it comes from, right?
If Jawas are your thing make sure to check out my review of the 40th Anniversary Collection Jawa
and the Micro Machines Jabba/ Mos Eisley Spaceport Transforming Action Set which includes a Jawa riding a Ronto.
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Siege Battalion Clone Trooper, 212th Attack Battalion Utapau Trooper,
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Finn (First Order Disguise)
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1 Clone Trooper Commander, Phase II Clone Trooper, Imperial
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Princess Leia (Bespin Escape)
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Resistance Tech Rose
Rey (Island Journey)
Rey (Jakku) & BB-8
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Rey (Starkiller Base)
Rey's Speeder (Jakku)
Sandtrooper Sergeant, Crimson Stormtrooper, Lieutenant OXIXO, and R2-Q5
Scarif Stormtrooper Squad Leader
Second Sister Inquisitor
Sergeant Jyn Erso (Eadu)
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Supreme Leader Snoke (Throne Room)
Vice Admiral Holdo
X-34 Landspeeder & Luke Skywalker (SDCC Exclusive)
X-Wing Pilot Asty
Yoda (Force Spirit)
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