It’s simply not Star Wars Day without some awesome action figures. And this year, Hasbro is releasing several new figures in their 6″ Star Wars Black Series timed for Lucasfilm’s 50th. Several fans had the chance to pose these figures in a series of incredibly cinematic photographs, which you can view right here:
Luke Skywalker’s encounter with a Tusken Raider on Tatooine was nearly a lot worse, before old Ben Kenobi started making weird noises. This Sand person confrontation from A New Hope is captured by Papa Palpatine Photography.
Hasbro / Papa Palpatine Photography
Greedo is looking to collect on a bounty at the Mos Eisely cantina, with Boba Fett looming in the background. We hear it doesn’t go well for him. Photo by Swittpics
Hasbro / Swittpics
Is that a green Roger Rabbit fighting off a bunch of stormtroopers? Nope, that’s Jaxxon, and he’s not even a rabbit. He’s an alien Lepi, and a smuggler associate of Han Solo’s. He is one of the first new Star Wars characters created after A New Hope, appearing in the Marvel Comics series in 1977. Photo by ShootingtheGalaxy.
Hasbro / ShootingtheGalaxy
The climactic battle from the finale of The Phantom Menace sealed Qui-Gon’s fate, while also turning Darth Maul into a fan-favorite bad guy. This moment in galactic history is the basis for this photo from Force of Light Photography.
Hasbro / Force of Light Photography
Speaking of Darth Maul, the former Sith apprentice’s days training under Darth Sidious has an amazing photo of its own, thanks to Jax Navarro of Plastic Action.
Hasbro / Plastic Action
Master Windu uses the Force on some useless battle droids during the Clone Wars. We all know that when it comes to fighting massive droid armies, Mace Windu remains unmatched. Photo courtesy of Noserain.
Hasbro / Noserain
The Shore Troopers from the Imperial outpost on Scarif were no match for the Rebel sneak attack in Rogue One. Still, their armor is pretty cool looking. Especially in these toy photos from SkeletonAstronaut.
Hasbro / Skeleton Astronaut
Speaking of Rogue One, the Death Troopers introduced in that film make for epic additions to the visual iconography of Star Wars. And these Troopers attacking make for a fantastic image. This one comes from EverythingKylo.
Hasbro’s newest Star Wars Black Series figures start shipping in the spring, and come priced at $19.99 or $24.99 each.
Featured Image: Hasbro / Noserain / ShootingtheGalaxy