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Han Solo With Kessel Run Millennium Falcon SOLO: A Star Wars Story
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Han Solo

SOLO: A Star Wars Story
  • MSRP: $99.99 USD
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  • Scale: 3.75"
  • Retailer Exclusive: No
  • Variations Recorded: No
  • Year Imprinted: None
  • Released: 2018
  • Joint Count: 7
  • Joint Details: 1 Ball-jointed neck, 2 Swivel shoulders, 2 swivel wrists, 2 swivel hips
  • Accessory Count: 2
  • Accessory Details: 1 Blaster, 1 Coaxium Container

Han Solo Force Link 2.0 audio

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  • This 3.75" Han Solo figure was released on April 13th, 2018 packed-in with the Kessel Run Millennium Falcon vehicle
  • The Han Solo figure, which is unique to this set, came with one of the most detailed DL-44 blasters yet (have a look here: pic 1 / pic 2)
  • The blaster fits well into both hands, it only fits so-so into the holster
  • The figure also came with coaxium containers (1 piece)
  • Hasbro gave the figure swivel wrists
  • There are no removable pieces on the outfit
  • This Han Solo figure is Force Link 2.0 enabled, you can listen to the voice samples further up on this page
  • The paint application was well applied for the most part, except for the nose, our figure had a big blue spot on it
  • The figure fits well into the one-seat Millennium Falcon cockpit and it has enough room in the escape pod
  • This Han Solo figure was sculpted well and captures the likeness of Han Solo from Solo: A Star Wars Story very well
  • The Millennium Falcon vehicle is the smallest Millennium Falcon released for 3.75" as of April 2018
  • There were 8 parts included, 6 panels, 1 radar dish, 1 cannon (that's in addition to the Han Solo figure, 1 blaster and 1 coaxium container)
  • There are two buttons on the Millennium Falcon, both activate sounds
  • If button #1 (behind the cockpit) is pressed once the Falcon will make Hyperdrive sounds (this also makes the lights in the front light up)
  • Press button #1 a second time and the lights will accelerate blinking and the Falcon will begin to vibrate
  • Press button #1 a third time and two panels in the front and two in the back will fall off
  • Button #2 is on the opposite side, press it once to make laser shooting sounds, keep it pressed longer and the Millennium Falcon will make a missile shooting sound
  • If the Millennium Falcon is picked up and lifted into the air it will make flying sounds
  • The escape pod in the front has enough room for the Han Solo figure and it can easily be plugged into the front
  • The escape pod has two rotating cannons which can manually be pulled out
  • The Millennium Falcon is not Force Link 2.0 enabled (it already makes flying and shooting sounds), but the escape pod and the figure are
  • There are two play areas in the back, but they are so small that a regular 3.75" figure can't even stand in it
  • The cockpit is so small that only one figure can fit (and it better not be Chewbacca because he doesn't fit at all, take a look at this picture)
  • All in all, we don't recommend that you buy this version of the Millennium Falcon, it's quite disappointing. We don't think it's worth the MSRP of $99.99. For that much money we recommend that you go on Ebay and buy any of the older versions Hasbro has done over the years, you will get much more play out of those and even have room to place your figures inside
  • The fact that not even Chewbacca fits into the cockpit is simply disappointing and once the excitement of all the sound and light effects wears off there is very little to no play value left
  • This very same figure with a slightly different paint application was released as a Walmart exclusive figure in late 2018: Han Solo with Kessel Mine Escape Playset


There was no packaging text or character biography on the back of the packaging.

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