As part of Star Wars Celebration 2022, Hasbro revealed an animatronic edition of the L0-LA59 (LOLA) droid that appears as young princess Leia’s companion in the Obi-Wan Kenobi series on Disney+. It includes all kinds of fancy features which lead to an $89.99 price tag at launch, but you can get one right here as part of Walmart’s Black Friday sale for only $15, which is a ridiculous 83% off the list price. That beats the previous low of $20 that Amazon ran a few months back. Clearly, there’s quite a bit of Lola overstock out there, but this elaborate toy costs significantly less than a single Black Series figure at this point, which makes it a crazy deal.
STAR WARS L0-LA59 (LOLA) ANIMATRONIC EDITION: “The STAR WARS L0-LA59 (LOLA) ANIMATRONIC EDITION lets kids and fans alike bring home a beloved droid companion. This toy features design and deco inspired by the OBI-WAN KENOBI live-action series on Disney+. Touch the censor on L0-LA59’s head to activate more than 45 different light, sound, and movement combinations through 3 modes of play. Unlock Companion Mode by attaching L0-LA59’s legs, Hover Mode by attaching her stand, or On the Go Mode by removing her from either base. She even responds to background noises with a series of lights, sounds, and movements. Kids ages 4 and up will love this adorable animatronic droid, which makes the perfect addition to any fan’s Star Wars collection. Includes figure and 2 stands. X4 1.5V AA LR6 ALKALINE BATTERIES Required (not included).”
Will There Be An Obi-Wan Kenobi Season 2 on Disney+?
“I always hesitate to say no to more Obi-Wan Kenobi,” Kennedy said of the Jedi Master on EW’s Dagobah Dispatch podcast. “Maybe we end up doing something that gets incorporated into some of the other stories that we’re doing, or eventually into a movie, but who knows? But right now, it’s still our standard stand-alone limited series.”
She added: “We have no plans for expansion right now.”
Series director and executive producer Deborah Chow, who helmed all six episodes, recently said that the story was “conceived as a limited series” and “is closed.” Still, Chow added: “There’s 10 more years before New Hope, so never say never.”
All episodes of Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi are now streaming on Disney+.