* The back of the figure has quite a bit of detailing, too, especially on the armor. There's a nice amount of detail without it feeling anachronistic. There's even a sculpted knife popping out of her left boot.
* Just like the other figures in this series (and pretty much every other Kenner inspired retro action figure) Cara Dune is articulated at the big 5: Hips, shoulders, and head. She's well made with smooth joints and feels pretty accurate to the vintage Kenner figures. What more were you expecting?
* Carasynthia Dune comes with two weapons, the first of which is her heavy blaster rifle in a vintage Kenner style. This really reminds me of a weapon from Kenner's ESB era and it looks pretty cool with its sculpted drums and a functional strap. It's easy to store it slung over her shoulders or around her torso.
* Next up is her smaller blaster pistol. It's a pretty nice likeness to the prop but feels quite vintage faithful, too.
Cara Dune comes with two excellent blasters, some detailed armor, and an excellent paintjob which makes her a winner in my book. At around $10 bucks the price is right on these figures and Cara is definitely one of the best in Hasbro's The Mandalorian series. They really did a nice job with her and it's cool to be able to display this Alderaanian Rebel alongside other vintage Rebel figures. She gets a Great and a 1/2 from me and definitely is a figure to consider if you're a fan of the style and want to add another warrior to you collection.