The Star Wars Mythos series is welcoming a little green friend into the fold. Yoda, the diminutive yet powerful Jedi master, joins the line of speculative high-end statues thanks to Sideshow Collectibles.
The Mythos series gives us a peek into what could have been in the Star Wars universe. At least, until Disney turned every established character into a pathetic springboard for its newest batch of cardboard cutout merchandise pushers.
Obi-Wan Kenobi had appeared in the Mythos line, teasing the exiled Jedi’s life on Tattooine. But, again, this was before Disney’s laughable series launched last year on its streaming service. Ugh.
Sideshow states that the Yoda Mythos statue will be available “very soon.” The company means available for pre-order. There’s a chance Yoda may not ship out until later this year or sometime in 2024. Click here to RSVP.
The last Mythos statue we covered was the Darth Vader one from about a year ago. It was badass, showing off the Dark Lord of the Sith battle damaged, and his lightsaber blade was on fire.
I’d love to combine Vader’s with Yoda’s statues to create an incredible battle scene. What do you think? Let us know what type of never before seen iconic battles you’d like to make! Leave your comments below!
Out of all the legacy characters, Yoda appears to be the one that Disney has been avoiding the most. The sequel trilogy killed off most of the core characters, only to prop up their corpses via dodgy deep fakes, and more are rumored to appear in future Disney+ shows.
Yet, we’ve not seen Yoda get his own spinoff show taking place in the Old Republic yet. So maybe the Mouse is trying to milk Baby Yoda (Grogu) for all he’s worth before they put another tiny green Force user in front of the audience? Maybe Grogu is the test case to see if audiences will keep turning in one season after the next to see what the Muppet does next?[Source: Sideshow]
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