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Star Wars The Black Series Princess Leia (Slave Outfit) Figure 6 Inches

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  • Detailed 6-inch figure looks like Princess Leia in her Jabba the Hutt slave outfit
  • Re-create your favorite Star Wars battles or create brand new ones
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 5.5 x 9 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B00CFELUZS
  • Item model number: A4631079
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,752 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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Enter a galaxy of adventure and imagination with Star Wars toys. This incredible saga of good versus evil in a galaxy far, far away includes some of the greatest heroes and villains of all time. Recreate exciting scenes from the films, television series, books and games with the action figures and vehicles. Pretend to be a favorite character with role-play gear including Light sabers, blasters and masks. There is something for everyone young and old for playtime adventures and awesome collections. Jedi Knights, Sith Lords, bounty hunters and aliens of all kinds are here. For over 30 years, Star Wars has fueled imaginations and thrilled children and adults with the adventures of Luke Skywalker as he learns the ways of the Jedi, the dark villainy of Darth Vader, the wisdom of Yoda and the exciting events that reach across an entire galaxy. May the Force be with you. Star Wars toys are produced by Hasbro under license from Lucas film Ltd.

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Dressed as one of Jabba the Hutt's slaves, Princess Leia escapes from the Hutt's sail barge at the Pit of Carkoon. Re-create the biggest battles and missions in the Star Wars epic with figures from The Black Series! This 6-inch figure is carefully detailed to look like Princess Leia when she was enslaved by Jabba the Hutt and escaped. Act out your favorite Star Wars battles or create brand new ones! Your collection – and your adventures – won't be complete without this Princess Leia (Slave Outfit) figure! Star Wars products are produced by Hasbro under license from Lucasfilm Ltd. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.

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Fine detail, quality construction and assembly.
Thomas A. Berry
If you're going to release a Leia that folks might actually REALLY like, give us Leia as Boushh.
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I really don't like the darker paint they used in her eardrum.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Graham Swearingen TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 4, 2013
This is arguably the most iconic costume in film history. To me, I don't get all kinds of nerdy when seeing this. I wasn't going through puberty when this film came out (I was a year off from being born when this hit the theaters in '83, in point of fact), so I don't have some weird fascination with Princess Leia in her golden Slave bikini. Though I can understand why that became such a pop culture phenomenon and so iconic. Carrie Fisher was hot, she was fit and she looked great in the costume. Hasbro did justice to this iconic costume and Carrie Fisher in her prime.

Some people may take issue with all of the articulation points so visible on the legs of the figure. That may have bothered me a few years back as well, but after seeing how Mattel deals with the same problem (the paint color doesn't match from one part of the leg to another i.e. Mattel's Silk Spectre Watchmen figure or their Robin figure from their 1966 Batman line, both with two tone legs... ugh), I don't take much issue here. The cloth used for the loin cloth of the costume is pretty standard, I can't praise nor complain about it really, real cloth beats a hard plastic mold I suppose. Slave Leia also comes with a chain around her neck after she used it to choke out Jabba (if only she had the capability to force choke people like her daddy did) and was then cut free via R2's handy Swiss Army like endless supply of utensils. Leia doesn't come with Jabba's Sail Barge deck cannon for an accessory but that's ok, she comes with some other goodies, two different staffs, one with a blade and one without (which usually accustoms the Leia in Boushh Disguise figures).

I think Carrie Fisher is even harder to accurately sculpt than Harrison Ford.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By monty45 on December 13, 2013
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So far I've purchased all of the Black Series 6" and this is the only one that I don't love. Seriously, she looks like a rugby player or linebacker. It's the way the head/neck is set into her shoulders, all hunched over. Even my wife remarked upon seeing it that something looked weird with her (and that IS saying something). It's not a bad figure, just doesn't live up to the quality of the other figures in the series (in my opinion only).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Neko-san TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 13, 2013
Princess Leia on Slave Outfit is a good figure to buy, but only if you see it first. On this premium line and price, you need to be somewhat forgiving of its faults to buy it.

This Princes Leia is from the Black Series 6" line, as seen at the beginning of The Return of the Jedi.

The articulation of this figure is short of awesome, surpassing the previous attempt from the Vintage Collection:
- Ball-joined head,
- ball-hinged shoulders, swivel right biceps,
- ball-hinged elbows, ball-hinged wrists,
- ball-joined torso,
- ball-hinged hips, swivel thighs,
- front-back hinged higher and lower knees, and ball-hinged ankles.

Let's start with the good. This is the first figure from the Return of the Jedi movie. The sculpt and paint are good overall sans a few faults that almost kill it for collectors. Her hair is well detailed and the braid over her right shoulder is rubbery and doesn't interfere with the head movement as much. The tone of her skin is good and on her sculpted clothing, including boots, are really well done. She even sports a fabric loin cloth/skirt which is the best representation on any line so far. At a distance and already on display pose, Princess Leia looks really good.

On a close up is where this figure falls apart. The first issue you notice right away is her bland stare. Her expression is plain, devoid of emotion and makes any action pose look fake in a close up. In my opinion, the paint job of her eyes actually takes away from her likeness to Carrie Fisher. The second issue I found with this figure is her feet. These do not swivel inwards/outwards like most previous figures (R2-D2 excepted), which makes her standing action poses a bit unstable. The third and last issue is her hips.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anime Lover on December 31, 2013
I picked up this figure because like most fans the outfit is iconic. However the sculpt is not there, it does not look like carrie fisher, the articulation is a bit off for posing, and body was not as good as the original figure back in the day.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Shane - AFR on November 20, 2013
She is the reason Star Wars Episode IV exists. The rebel senator bent on getting detailed plans of the Empire's secret new super-weapon, the Death Star, into the hands of Mon Mothma and other military planners. But hot on her heels is the vile Darth Vader, tasked with hunting her down and regaining the stolen plans. Finally captured over the skies of the planet Tatooine, Leia meets the evil stare of an Imperial torture droid. But loyalty to her friends and her cause keep her from revealing the rebel base that Vader now seeks. After spending, what seems like a lifetime in the hands of the Empire, Leia is finally rescued by a long forgotten Jedi Master named Obi Wan Kenobi, a scruffy looking nerf herder named Han Solo, and an unknown farmboy named Luke Skywalker. So we all know that Leia is one of the big three, but how does her figure hold up? Lets find out.

Action Figure: Head Sculpt

Goods:
- For the most part the hair sculpt is pretty well done. The waves in the hair are well molded and look realistic. The color is good, and the added bits from the slave-girl outfit are well molded into the hair.
- The ponytail mold is very well done, and the detail of the hair in the bun at the back of the head looks really good.
- The facial mold is pretty accurate. Perhaps some of Leia's harder edge doesn't really come through in the softer look of the mold, but the sculptors did a decent job trying to capture that harder look in her lips.

Bads:
- Starting at the pieces of the slave-girl outfit that reside in her hair. The paint work is well done but the color choice is just not working for me.
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