Funko Pop Star Wars Battle at Echo Base Deluxe Figures

Funko Pop Star Wars Battle at Echo Base Deluxe Figures

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Travel to the ice planet of Hoth with Funko Pop Star Wars Battle at Echo Base. The Deluxe vinyl line celebrates 40 years since The Empire Strikes Back released in theaters in 1980.

Featuring combinable bases, the Pop! series is exclusive to Amazon. Collectors have some leeway with the layout as the figures can be arranged in any order to create a side-by-side shelf display.

Sold separately, the Funko Pop Star Wars Battle at Echo Base figures are initially available across 2020. The set starts with a six-inch Wampa. The next figure is revealed once the current release begins to ship out.

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Per the listing, "these figures feature a level of detail not captured by original Star Wars Funko Pops." This, of course, refers to the massive Funko Pop Star Wars line in which these figures are also included.

The back of the box gives a hint as to the other options in the six-figure set. However, the Wampa is shown as #368 instead of #372 like the front of the box.

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For collectors who enjoy this sort of vinyl set experience, there is another version for Avengers Assemble.

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372 Battle at Echo Base Wampa 6" - Amazon (May 2020)

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