SHOP: New “Baby Yoda” Talking Plush Toy, Black Series Action Figure, and Collectable Figurines by Hasbro Now Available for Pre-Order on shopDisney
After overwhelming demand with the debut of “The Mandalorian” series on Disney+, even more Baby Yoda merchandise is making its way to the shelves… or at least online stores for pre-order. Just in at shopDisney is a whole set of figures and plush modeled after The Child, manufactured by none other than Hasbro. There’s a talking “life-sized” plush, a tiny Black Series action figure, and three sets of mini figures showing Baby Yoda in a number of memorable poses.
This figure features poseable arms. A squeeze of the soft plush body activates character sounds! (Unfortunately, this means generic baby noises since they didn’t hire any voice actors for it.) Of course, Baby Yoda needs his bone broth bowl and Sorgan frog for meal times. The soft robe is non-removable and features a fleece trim.
Of course, Hasbro took Baby Yoda to the JCPenney photo studio for a session.
You’re doing great, sweetie. IGN also released a teaser video showing the plush in action:
Here we have more of a collector’s item than a plush. The Child action figure is authentically styled after the fan-favorite character from the Disney+ series, with five points of articulation to allow fans to pose their adorable space-baby figure in a variety of poses for display in their collection. This item also includes a bone broth bowl, toy ball, and Sorgan frog accessories. You’ll notice he’s only a wee 1.2 inches tall… that’s because he’s scaled to match 6” action figures. If you want to stack this with your other collectibles, he comes in window box packaging.
The Child Bounty Collection Figure Set by Hasbro
Fans can start their own collection of adorable character figures in poses inspired by iconic scenes from the Disney+ series Star Wars: The Mandalorian.
Each set includes two figurines, styled to be as cute as can be. Each figure comes in its own window box here, too. Much like other tiny vinyl figure collections, these are meant to be collected, bartered, or gifted amongst friends.