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The only thing wrong with Kenner’s original Star Wars action figures was that they were barely 4” tall. Not that that mattered to titchy mitts. But now we’re all grown up we want something more substantial to play with. Enter with a fanboyish yell of ‘Soong peetch alay’ the Greedo Vintage Kenner Action Figure.

An exact replica of the first ever Greedo action figure, this cantina-wreckingly cool, limited edition plaything measures a satisfyingly lofty 12”. Created using digital scans of the classic 3 ¾” figure that thrilled an entire generation of Star Wars loons, Greedo is fully articulated and packs a blaster just like the one he pulled on Han Solo.

But it’s not all about the hapless Rodian bounty hunter; collectors are bound to appreciate Greedo’s packaging as it boasts original artwork and a resealable plastic clamshell so you can display him in all his retro-boxed glory. Nerdy? Quite possibly, but who cares when you’re re-enacting that infamous ding-dong down the Mos Eisley cantina. ‘Sorry ‘bout the mess…’

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Product info

The only thing wrong with Kenner’s original Star Wars action figures was that they were barely 4” tall. Not that that mattered to titchy mitts. But now we’re all grown up we want something more substantial to play with. Enter with a fanboyish yell of ‘Soong peetch alay’ the Greedo Vintage Kenner Action Figure.

An exact replica of the first ever Greedo action figure, this cantina-wreckingly cool, limited edition plaything measures a satisfyingly lofty 12”. Created using digital scans of the classic 3 ¾” figure that thrilled an entire generation of Star Wars loons, Greedo is fully articulated and packs a blaster just like the one he pulled on Han Solo.

But it’s not all about the hapless Rodian bounty hunter; collectors are bound to appreciate Greedo’s packaging as it boasts original artwork and a resealable plastic clamshell so you can display him in all his retro-boxed glory. Nerdy? Quite possibly, but who cares when you’re re-enacting that infamous ding-dong down the Mos Eisley cantina. ‘Sorry ‘bout the mess…’