Jaga Returns To ThunderCats Ultimates As A Ghost

Heroic and willing to sacrifice himself for the safety of those in his charge, Jaga alone piloted the damaged ship fleeing Thundera. Years passed, and Jaga eventually succumbed to old age, vanishing in a cloud of shiny golden dust. However, he did return in spirit form, and Super7 has created a figure honoring the Ghost of Jaga.

Jaga was originally the third wave of the ThunderCats Ultimates line, but quite alive. After waiting a few years, we finally get a spectral version of the hero. Unlike the original version, the ghostly Jaga does not come with alternate heads. What we get instead are two different swords and a few interchangeable hands. The Sword of Omens is also translucent, which looks pretty cool. Sadly, Jaga does not come with a pile of glowing gold dust.

Ghost Jaga is $55 and is estimated to ship in Fall 2023. Pre-orders for the figure will only be taken until December 2nd.


Jaga comes with the following accessories:

  • 8x interchangeable hands
    • 2x Gripping hands (vertical hinge)
    • 2x Gripping hands (horizontal hinge)
    • 2x Expressive hands
    • 1x Open palm left hand
    • 1x “Might of the ThunderCats” energy hand
  • 1x Sword of Omens
  • 1x Jaga’s Sword

When the ThunderCats had to flee the doomed planet of Thundera on the Royal Flagship, Jaga sacrificed himself to guide the damaged vessel safely to Third Earth. Super7 honors his bravery with this 7” scale ThunderCats ULTIMATES! Ghost Jaga figure, inspired by the episode “The Ghost Warrior.”

I’ve not seen a Ultimates figure before with translucent parts. So, I’m not sure how good they look close up. Sometimes the effect is ruined by joints and other connecting parts. Sometimes, the glue used to hold some parts together gets smeared, making the figure ugly. Hopefully, this won’t be the case with Jaga.

[Source: Super7]

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Mike Phalin
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Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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