Star Wars: The Clone Wars Siege of Mandalore Get Black Series Wave

Coming out of the left-field, Walmart has put up pre-orders for 4 upcoming Star Wars: The Clone Wars Black Series figures. Coming out of the newest arc from the animated series on Disney+, the Siege of Mandalore can now be on your shelves. In this wave, we will be getting blue lightsaber, Ahsoka Tano, a 322nd Clone Trooper, Mandalorian Loyalist, and a Mandalorian Commando feating the Darth Maul design. Each figure is very well designed and while they seeming to use some of the same molds from previous versions, these figures are newly updated and ready for Star Wars fans.

This is honestly one of the best waves I have seen come out of the Star Wars: The Black Series recently. These Siege of Mandalore was something fans have been wanting for a very long time and these figures are the perfect keepsakes for it. The blue sabered Ahoska will be the fan-favorite of the lot but those Mandalorian designs are amazing. I hope this means we will get to see a Clone Wars Darth Maul soon. All four Star Wars: The Clone Wars Black Series figures are set as Walmart exclusives and priced at $24.99. They are set to release between October and November and pre-orders are going in and out and you will be able to find them here. These will most likely hit stores during their release date but save yourself the hassle and pre-order them while you can.

"Ahsoka Tano, a Togruta female, was the Padawan learner to Anakin Skywalker and a hero of the Clone Wars. Alongside Anakin, she grew from headstrong student into a mature leader."

"During the Clone Wars, a division of the 501st Clone Troopers pledged their loyalty to Ahsoka Tano, demonstrating this with their repainted helmets."

"When Darth Maul betrayed and defeated Pre Vizsla, Death Watch splintered into two groups. Those who wanted to embrace Mandalore's warrior heritage remained loyal to Maul."

"Darth Maul's Mandalorians modified their armor to reflect allegiance to the Dark Lord. These super commandoes wore red and black, and some even fashioned horns atop their helmet."

About Tyler Roberts

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

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