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Ultra Realistic Star Wars Figures

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They recently wowed us with an incredibly accurate Marty McFly figure - and now Hot Toys have unleashed Han Solo and Chewie on the unsuspecting world.

They're the first in a series of Star Wars 1/6 figures after the company acquired the official licence a few months ago, and they're unbelievably detailed. Each figure comes with 30 points of articulation, together with several accessories.

Han - measuring 30cm - has a DL-44 Blaster, extra headpieces, including the Millenium Falcon headset, lots of hans...sorry, hands - with or without gloves - and a special edition set comes with a Stormtrooper blaster rifle and belt. Chewbacca - measuring 36cm - comes with his Bowcaster, Bandolier and also a complimentary Falcon headset.

We'd tell you to get these on your Christmas lists but, sadly, they won't be released until the spring of next year; Han will retail at $229.99, with Chewie in at $254.99.

In the meantime, you can get more information on Han here and Chewie here and preorder them both here.

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