Hasbro Reveals More Star Wars Before Toy Fair

Hasbro has continued to reveal new Star Wars items before this weekends New York Toy Fair. This time we have a new Chewbacca and a NERF Han Solo blaster from the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story film. These are toys that we will get more hands-on looks at this weekend at Toy Fair.

Hasbro Reveals More Star Wars Before Toy Fair


(Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $129.99/Available: Fall 2018)

Kids can imagine taking on the galaxy with their very own Wookiee sidekick! The STAR WARS ULTIMATE CO-PILOT CHEWIE stands 16 inches tall and features more than 100 sound and motion combinations. With signature Wookiee-talk back interaction, the ULTIMATE CO-PILOT CHEWIE responds to external movements and sounds. Make a noise and the ULTIMATE CO-PILOT CHEWIE will roar back! Fans can enjoy everything from naptime to pretending to fly with their Wookiee sidekick. The ULTIMATE CO-PILOT CHEWIE features poseable legs and can respond with a variety of facial expressions for fun surprises. Includes iconic bandolier and satchel. Requires 4 AA batteries, not included. Available at most major retailers.

Hasbro Reveals More Star Wars Before Toy Fair


(Ages 6 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $29.99/Available: Spring 2018)

Every smuggler needs a NERF GLOWSTRIKE HAN SOLO Blaster! Features a 4-dart internal clip with light and sound effects inspired by the movie to fire darts up to 70 feet away. Keep the fun going from day to dusk with GLOWSTRIKE technology light effects and glow-in-the-dark darts. Includes 4 Elite GLOWSTRIKE darts. Requires 1 AA battery, included. Available at most major retailers.

That Chewbacca is ridiculously cute. Steep price, but if it truly is that interactive it may be worth it. As far as NERF blasters go, I am more partial to the bigger blasters, but there is something so cool about having Han Solo's blaster that shoots NERF darts that I find impossible to resist.

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