Solo Star Wars Black Series Reveals: Enfys Nest and L3-37!

Solo: A Star Wars Story is in theaters now, and Hasbro has revealed two new Black Series figures to celebrate. Already a favorite with people who have seen the film, Enfys Nest is coming and bringing the Swoop Bike ridden in the film along. The figure uses soft goods and looks to have quite the impressive sculpt. The swoop bike is a hard plastic that also includes a display stand to give the vehicle a flying effect.

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That set should be in stores in July. Also announced in Lando Calrissian's droid L3-37.

A strong-willed droid, L3 has a screen-accurate sculpt and paint decco that would make C-3PO jealous. Looks like she will be heavily articulated as well. Just like Enfys Nest, this character is already a favorite with people who have seen the film. With these two being made in 6 inch scale, there actually are not too many more characters that they need to make in this scale to round out the film. Three jump to mind, but I will keep that to myself until the film has been out for longer than a day.

You can preorder these and other Star Wars Black Series figures here.

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