Star Wars: The Mandalorian toys of ‘The Child’ that is also referred to as ‘Baby Yoda’ have arrived at Amazon.com with a handful of great toys from Hasbro! That’s the good news! The bad news is that you will have to wait a while for it to arrive in your home. They won’t be released until May 25.
Baby Yoda has been a pop-cultural sensation since the debut of The Mandalorian on Disney+. It’s been used in countess memes, videos, and other forms of social media. Surprisingly, Disney and Lucasfilm did not have Baby Yoda merchandise readily available and may not have anticipated how popular it’s become. Two weeks ago Disney rushed a line of t-shirt, bags and cellphone covers with Baby Yoda on them that were less than satisfactory.
The toys are a variety of action figures and figurines for Star Wars fans everywhere! Inspired by the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, the adorable figure.
There are 3 FIGURE 2-PACKS TO CHOOSE FROM: Kids and fans can collect 3 figure 2-packs featuring fun poses such as sipping soup and blanket-wrapped, don’t leave and ball toy, and froggy snack and Force moment. Each are sold separately.
There is also a 6.5-INCH ACTION FIGURE: This large-scale Star Wars The Child figure offers kids ages 4 and up BIG, super-cute Star Wars fun with this posable figure/
Then finally, a talking plush toy. 10 SOUND EFFECTS: Kids can squeeze The Child Talking Plush Toy’s soft body to hear adorable vocal sounds from the character featured in the Disney Plus series The Mandalorian! We dare you not to melt!
Click on any of the images to go to Amazon.com and get more detail on the toys!
Thank goodness that some amazing artists and creatives have been busy at work on custom Baby Yoda’s over on Etsy and other outlets. It doesn’t look like any licensed Baby Yoda toys or plush toys will arrive on shelves before Christmas, so pre-ordering on Amazon.com is your only chance at the moment.
What do you think of the Baby Yoda toys and are you willing to wait?
This is post P-90x. I’m saying I watched the videos. I’m not saying I participated. Born in my mom’s basement, I’ve stayed there to embody the stereotype. One day I will rise up… to the main floor of the house.