Star Wars: The Last Jedi Elite Series First Order Judicial Die Cast Action Figure Review (shopDisney)

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Elite Series First Order Judicial Die Cast Action Figure
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EDITOR'S REVIEW
OVERALL EDITOR'S RATING:
What It Is

With the sheer volume of toys on store shelves on Force Friday, many are wondering if there are any special figures for collectors? Well, Disney, the supreme leader of the Star Wars franchise is saving one of the best lines for its signature stores.

Enter Star Wars:The Last Jedi Elite Series Die Cast action figures. This assortment of 6-inch-scale figures is highly detailed, fully articulated for infinite poseability and all-around beautiful. The boxes are nice, solid square packages with a window that lets you see almost the full figure. These packages are great for stacking, if you prefer to keep your figures in package and on shelf.

Once open, the figures are a metal and plastic hybrid. I love the metal, and the plastic is minimal so therefore bearable. It's essentially there to make sure the paint doesn't chip when you're moving legs, arms and wrists or gripping weapons.

These figures are beautiful and among the best sculpts available so far for The Last Jedi.

This figure is based on a new character called the First Order Judicial. According to the box, this is a special branch of Stormtrooper, that dispenses justice to any Stormtrooper found guilty of treason. While we don't know if there's a trial and who may or may not be found guilty of treason, this is a great looking figure that comes with some sort of justice dispensing weapon.


Is It Fun?

These figures are beautiful and among the best sculpts available so far for The Last Jedi. Beyond that, with full articulation, these figures are perfect for collectors to display in dioramas, on shelf or pretty much anywhere.

Who It’s For

While these figures are age graded for 3 years and up, they are definitely not kiddie toys. They're solid metal, heavy and meant for collectors. Let's just leave these to the collectors who will appreciate the level of detail and design in each of these toys.

What To Be Aware Of

While kids can play with them, but they may become frustrated if these figures start falling over, and that's something that often happens with die cast lines. They also might not like the fact that these figures are very heavy.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Collectibility

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy