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Hasbro Reveal Star Wars The Child (AKA Baby Yoda) Toy Lineup

Hasbro Will Cater To All Your Baby Yoda Needs But There's A Wait

What do we want? Toy Baby Yodas.  When do we want them? Now.  Too bad you'll get them in the Spring if you're good!  All good things comes to those who wait.  Hasbro are hard at work as we speak making sure the demand for "The Child" is met.  I haven't seen this kind of excitement for a Star Wars character since Kitster.  Anyway, here's the press release along with some juicy pics and a video to whet your appetite.
STAR WARS THE CHILD TALKING PLUSH Toy
STAR WARS THE CHILD TALKING PLUSH Toy
(HASBRO/Ages 3 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $24.99/Available: Spring 2020)
From HASBRO, the STAR WARS THE CHILD 7.5-INCH TALKING PLUSH with character sounds and accessories! Nothing in the galaxy is as cute, has taken as many naps, sipped more soup, or learned to control the Force as THE CHILD from the hit series The Mandalorian on Disney Plus! He may look like “Baby Yoda,” but this lovable creature is called The Child—and now you can become his protector with this cuddly plush toy from HASBRO Star Wars, dressed in the cutest little robe ever seen this side of Mos Eisley. Posable arms let kids pretend the Force is within their reach, while a squeeze of the toy’s soft plush body activates character sounds! Includes talking plush toy, bone broth bowl, and Sorgan frog. Available at most major retailers.
STAR WARS THE CHILD 6.5-INCH Figure
STAR WARS THE CHILD 6.5-INCH Figure
(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Spring 2020)
From HASBRO is the STAR WARS THE CHILD 6.5-inch figure inspired by the itty bitty bounty from the hit Disney Plus series The Mandalorian! THE CHILD is taking the world by storm, and now kids and fans can take one home! Add huge fun to any STAR WARS collection with this big STAR WARS THE CHILD 6.5-INCH Figure. Imagine every bounty hunter in the galaxy is chasing The Child (because, let’s face it, they are) and protect this adorable creature from them all! Featuring design inspired by the live-action series and several points of articulation for big posable fun, kids and fans of all ages will love imagining favorite moments from the STAR WARS galaxy! Available at most major retailers.

STAR WARS THE BOUNTY COLLECTION, THE CHILD 2.2-inch Collectibles
STAR WARS THE BOUNTY COLLECTION, THE CHILD 2.2-inch Collectibles
STAR WARS THE BOUNTY COLLECTION, THE CHILD 2.2-inch Collectibles  
(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $7.99/Available: Spring 2020)
From HASBRO is the STAR WARS THE BOUNTY COLLECTION, THE CHILD 2.2-INCH Collectible figures, inspired by the super-cute character from the hit Disney Plus series The Mandalorian! He may look like a “Baby Yoda,” but this 50-year-old adorable creature is called The Child and is many things: cute, curious, hungry, sleepy, Force-sensitive, and one of the galaxy’s most wanted! Fans can start their own collection of this adorable character in poses inspired by iconic scenes from the live-action series! With 6 figures to choose from, kids and fans can collect figures featuring fun poses such as sipping soup and blanket wrapped, hold me and ball toy, and froggy snack and force moment. These 2.25-inch collectible figures are an awesome way to start a collection, swap with friends, give as gifts, or display in any STAR WARS collection! For pre-sale these items will be offered as 2 packs for $15.99. Available at most major retailers.
STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES THE CHILD Figure
STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES THE CHILD Figure
(HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $9.99/Available: Spring 2020)
From STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES is THE CHILD 1.12-inch collectible action figure based on the so-cute-it-hurts character from the Disney Plus hit series The Mandalorian! THE CHILD is the most adorable mystery from here to the Outer Rim! Now fans can add the pint-sized galactic sensation to their STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES collections! The 1.12-inch figure is styled to look like The Child, with premium detail and multiple points of articulation. Includes figure, bone broth bowl, toy knob and Sorgan frog. Available at most major retailers.



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