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Star Wars Special R5-D4, Death Star Droid, and Power Droid Target Exclusive 3 3/4 Inch Action Figure 3-Pack
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- Droid Set
- Death Star Droid
- Power Droid
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These three, together with R2-D2, were captured and transported by the Jawas in the sandcrawler across the Tatooine Desert. R5-D4 was originally purchased by Luke. The power droid was first seen in the sand crawler dungeon together with a gleaming silver Death Star Droid.
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-R5-D4 is a standard astromech figure, but has a "bad motivator" feature when the head is turned. Ok, but limits the posability. The figure has wheels on its feet and a very nice sculpt and paint.
-The Death Star Droid is a Build-a-droid figure but is nice as well. I am surprised and well pleased with the articulation. It has rotation on the neck, shoulders, hips, and knees. But it also has ball joints on its elbows and torso. Very cool.
-The final droid is the Power Droid(aka Gonk). This is a fairly plain figure, but it does have some great details. The legs are articulated with ball joints at the ankle and further up the leg. And finally, the upper part comes off to show the inner guts, which are very nicely detailed and painted. Unfortunately the outer coverings arent very detailed, and is very smooth, which looks just a bit too clean and new.
Overall, this pack is great for anyone looking to increase their droid numbers with some iconic figures.
This Droid Set includes a R5-D4, a Death Star Droid and a Power Droid from A New Hope movie. Granted, there is not a lot of "action" in these figures, but at the prices these are currently going in Amazon, it would be a shame to let them pass.
The R5-D4 is a good update to the vintage figure. This figure has: swivel head, hips and ankles. It includes a removable third leg and antenna.
The Death Star Droid is the most interesting figure in this mix. The original vintage version was shinier, but it wasn't as articulated as this one. This figure has: ball-hinged elbows, torso and knees, and swivel head, shoulders and hips, but no articulated wrists or ankles. In my opinion, this is as much articulation as a droid needs. On the plus side, the hands seems usable. Although, 4-LOM takes the cake, I would be happy if Hasbro swaps the head and paint it gold.
Finally, there is a Power Droid. The original was blue, but otherwise, this one fit the bill. This figure has: ball-jointed hips and ankles.
Overall, this set offers three good figures with great likeness and posability (for droids).