You watched Solo: A Star Wars Story and fell in love again with Han Solo and Chewbacca? Now you can’t control yourself, you NEED an awesome toy from the movie, right? I know the feeling, bro! I got you covered.
Starting with the classics: a Chewbacca Funk Pop version from the movie. With the googles, a nice gun, and the bandoliers. 😍
This Nerf pistol inspired on Han Solo’s blaster features GlowStrike technology, which charges the darts to make them glow when fired, and it also features laser blast sound effects to add to the action.
Never played it but looks like a fun and simple card game:
Players try to score as close to zero as they can with their cards. They can add or swap cards to improve their hand during each round, but rolling the dice and getting doubles will shake things up. At the end of a hand, the best score collects the most valuable bounty token. The player whose tokens add up to the highest value at the end of the game wins.
It’s a mix between LEGO’s playfulness and Funko Pop’s cuteness. Really like this BrickHeadz collection. Another advantage of it is that’s not as expensive as the usual LEGO toy.
This is one for the kids, an interactive Chewbacca that walks and talks (roars?) like a Wookie with the costume he uses on Solo: A Star Wars Story.
L3-37, the BEST character introduced in Solo: A Star Wars Story!👏👏
She’s the opposite of the female bot archetype we see everywhere. Elthree has so much attitude, all the time making sure that she is nobody’s possession and that she makes her own decisions.
Get her Funko Pop and every time you look at her you will remind yourself that you should be a little more like her!
Wouldn’t it be nice to have the crew together on your desk or on your shelf? I think so.
Simple figures, not pricey at all, the only downside is that it lacks L3-37 and Beckett 🙁
If you are gonna spend big money on LEGO, you should choose wisely. And I would choose the Millennium Falcon!
This one also includes some figures: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Qi’ra, Lando Calrissian, Quay Tolsite, a Kessel droid and a DD-BD droid.
Ok, ok. This Chewie plush isn’t from Han Solo’s movie but that’s why it’s a bonus. And it’s a big Chewbacca plush with needy eyes, I had to add it to the list. 😛