Lucasfilm’s Gift the Galaxy promotion for the 2023 holiday season will see new Star Wars products released each Tuesday until December 19th. For week 2 of the event, Hasbro partnered with to exclusively reveal The Black Series R4-6D0 from Season 3 of Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Details about the figure can be found below followed by a breakdown of some additional, recently released Black Series and Vintage Collection figures in The Mandalorian / Book of Boba Fett lineup.

Note that additional Black Series reveals will likely be added to this list today, so stay tuned for updates. We expect that some of these additional reveals will be available to pre-order tomorrow October 25th at 10am PT / 1pm ET. Side note: the The Black Series Wookiee (Halloween Edition) is available here on Amazon today for only $9.99.

STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES R4-6D0 – $24.99: “With Nevarro under siege by pirates, Greef Karga uses his trusted astromech droid R4-6D0 to send a plea for help to New Republic pilot Carson Teva.” Includes figure and 4 tool accessories. It will be available to pre-order here at Walmart as an exclusive in Spring 2024 (March) as part of an upcoming Collector Con event.

STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES R5-D4 ($24.99) – Pre-order at Entertainment Earth / Amazon: “A battered astromech droid, R5-D4 has had a long operational span bouncing around various owners on Tatooine for decades. Now, he resides in Docking 3-5 of Mos Eisley Spaceport in Peli Motto’s employ.” There are 5 accessories in all – including an antenna.

STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION R5-D4 ($16.99) – Pre-order at Entertainment Earth / Amazon: Includes packaging inspired by the original Kenner line. Figure only,

STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION BOBA FETT (TUSKEN) ($16.99) – Pre-order at Entertainment Earth / Amazon: Includes blaster pistol, blaster rifle and staff accessories.

What Will The Mandalorian Season 4 Be About?

The Mandalorian Season 3 ending (SPOILERS) saw the series get something of a reset, following the quest to reclaim the Mandalorian homeworld of Mandalore, and the defeat of Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito). Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) formally adopted his “son” Din Grogu, officially making Baby Yoda a true Mandalorian Foundling. However, while Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff) relit the Great Forge of Mandalore and set the foundations of a new unified tribe on the planet, Mando and Grogu set up a home for themselves on planet Nevarro, where Grogu will formally begin his Mandalorian training and Mando will work for the New Republic off the books, hunting down Imperial remnants in the Outer Rim Territories.

There’s been a lot of speculation that the next season of The Mandalorian will have a premise that will also open the door toward bringing The Mandalorian, Book of Boba Fett, and Ahsoka series together for the big MandoVerse event film that Dave Filoni is helming.

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