Zuckuss is the Newest Star Wars Bounty Hunter from Gentle Giant

Star Wars's Zuckuss is joining the Gentle Giant Collector's Gallery Statue line. Coming in the summer, he will retail for $159 and can be preordered today. He is the fourth in the Collector's Gallery Statue line, and the third Bounty Hunter featured.

Zuckuss is the Newest Star Wars Bounty Hunter from Gentle Giant

Zuckuss is the Gand bounty hunter that teamed up with 4-LOM to hunt Han Solo and collect the bounty for the Empire and as well as Jabba the Hutt.   Zuckuss is sometimes known as "The Uncanny One" in the underground world of bounty hunters because of his tracking skills. He has an innate Force-sensitivity and has developed his skills after years of being a findsman. One way or another he always gets his mark.

The artists a Gentle Giant take you on a journey to see the moments just following the events of the death of Jabba, we find him on Tattoine, at his feet, a chain left by Jabba's escaped prize. Zuckuss is still on the hunt, reading the clues, catching the trail with his GRS-1 Snare Rifle in hand. Where he goes, can 4-LOM be far behind?

Zuckuss is the fourth statue in our new 1:8th Collector's Gallery line (the 3rd in our bounty hunters line), celebrating 40 years of the Star Wars universe. Each limited edition, hand-painted piece is cast in high quality polyresin with crisp details. This statue also comes individually numbered with a matching certificate of authenticity.

Zuckuss is one of my favorite Star Wars characters. He has such an awesome design and has been so underutilized in the saga — I'm glad that he gets so much love from the collecting community. As long as they keep making Zuckuss items, I will keep buying them. This looks to be one of the best; I mean, look at that! It's perfect. There is not a thing I would change on it, and I can't wait to add this to my collection.

If you are like me and want to buy this, you can go here and preorder now.

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Jeremy KonradAbout Jeremy Konrad

Jeremy Konrad has written about collectibles and film for almost ten years. He has a deep and vast knowledge of both. He resides in Ohio with his family.
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