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Hot Toys’ Koska Reeves makes the jump from The Mandalorian to action figure

The latest to get an action figure adaptation from Hot Toys, Star Wars: The Mandalorian’s Koska Reeves is on the way.

Nite Owls unite

Rounding out the Nite Owls, with previous releases Bo-Katan Kryze and Axe Woves, is the newest entry in Hot Toys’ Star Wars line, Koska Reeves. This new figure is ripped right from the second season of The Mandalorian, and features both a helmeted visage and a pretty great facial sculpt of actress and pro-wrestler Mercedes Varnado. That’s particularly nice to see after the, uh, not-great Supergirl figure that was also revealed recently.

But back to Koska, because with the figure about to ship, Hot Toys’ retailing partner Sideshow has unleashed another of its famous unboxings. So if you’ve been waiting to get a detailed look at what she’ll be packed with, now’s your chance.

Based on her appearance in season 2 of The Mandalorian, the Koska Reeves 1/6 Scale Collectible Figure by Hot Toys features a hand-painted headsculpt with a detailed likeness of Mercedes Varnado as Koska Reeves. This deluxe action figure also comes with a Mandalorian helmet and jetpack. Koska is dressed in detailed armor with weathered effects plus a skillfully tailored undersuit. Always ready for battle, she comes armed with a blaster pistol, a grappling hook, and a rifle. Her accessories include two booster fire effects and a flamethrower effect.

Join the fight for Mandalore and add the Koska Reeves 1/6 Scale Collectible Figure by Hot Toys to your collection. Available to pre-order from Sideshow.

Sideshow press release

As with almost all of Hot Toys’ figures, being about to ship doesn’t mean you can’t still get one. Koska Reeves is still available for pre-order from Sideshow, with a price tag of $270 USD. She’s expected to ship some time before the end of August.

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