Star Wars Replica Helmets from Hasbro Perfect for Your Collection

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is only days away. The final entry for the Skywalker saga is upon us and we can't wait to see how it ends. Until then you can prepare yourself by preparing to take on the galaxy with some Star Wars: The Black Series replicas. We have already talked about lightsabers but this time we are taking a look at some of Hasbro's best Star Wars replicas. The best thing about this replica is is that there are no more than $109 and are just jampacked with detail, very study and fairly priced.

Coming up first is Star Wars: The Force Awakens Kylo Ren helmet. This helmet is a voice changer and fits quite snug on your head. It shows off the iconic new First Order Sith with great detail. If you're a fan of Kylo Ren then this is the helmet you need to pick up. The voice changer is a unique touch giving you that dark and menacing voice. Some are still online and you can find them available here so lock down yours just in time for the Rise of Skywalker.

Staying in the world of the Sith Lords we are going to look at the one and only Darth Vader. The Darth Vader helmet is one of my favorite Star Wars: Black Series collectibles to come out. Not only does the helmet break down into three different sections from the upper layer, mask, and a neckpiece but it features iconic sounds from the famous Dark Lord. Not only that but the interior and exterior designs are high-quality and very detailed. You wouldn't expect this replica helmet to be so cheap for the quality you are getting. This is a must-have Darth Vader collectible for any Star Wars fan and you can find them online and located here.  

Like father like son, Luke Skywalker has his own helmet but this time it is his Red 5 X-Wing helmet. This is a new collectible coming out of the Star Wars: The Black Series line that recently came out on Triple Force Friday. The helmet is nicely designed and painted with a nice cushion interior for comfort. One of the coolest features about this helmet is it features battle sounds from iconic Star Wars battles like the Death Star Trench Run and the Battle of Hoth. Strap yourselves into this helmet and live the Star Wars experience you've always dreamed of. This helmet is still available online currently on sale and you can find it located here.


Our last helmets are from none other than the famous and iconic soldier the Stormtroopers. These iconic soldiers from the Empire are one of the most iconic things in the Star Wars franchise. You can now own one of these helmets and display your love for these Stormtroopers. The cool thing about Hasbro is that they have made multiple designs for these helmets and they are just ready for your picking. All of the helmets have a voice changer inside to project your voice and commands to help take down rebel scum. We first have the regular classic white Stormtrooper helmet, it's a sleek design really shines It can definitely brighten up any Star Wars collection. They are kind of hard to find online still but you might be able to find them located here.

Then we have the Star Wars Incinerator trooper from the Mandalorian. This helmet features an interesting red line down the center of it that gives it a menacing shine. The battle damage design gives an interesting unique twist to the classic white helmets and they are currently online and available for purchase here. Last but not least we have the Shocktrooper helmet exclusive to GameStop from Star Wars: Battlefront II. This helmet adds a nice amount of red decals over the helmet and it goes well with the green lens you can look through. It also has a voice changer attachment that is perfect for you to disrupt rebel transmissions. You can get your own in-store at any GameStop or when they restock online and you can find them located here.

Star Wars week has arrived stay tuned here at Bleeding Cool for all your Star Wars collectibles this week to prepare you for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker premiering this Friday. May the Force be with you. and all your collectibles.

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.