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C1-10P Chopper Star Wars Rebels Star Wars The Black Series
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C1-10P Chopper

Star Wars The Black Series
  • MSRP: $24.99 USD
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  • Scale: 6"
  • Retailer Exclusive: No
  • Variations Recorded: No
  • Year Imprinted: None
  • Released: 2023
  • Joint Count: 13
  • Joint Details: 1 360° Rotatable Dome, 3 swivel arms (when you pull them out of the body), 2 ball-jointed elbows in the arms in the dome, 1 swivel elbow in the arm in the front of the body, 2 Swivel legs, 2 swivel ankles, 1 pull-out or push-in middle leg, 1 pull-out or push-in all the way rocket booster
  • Accessory Count: 4
  • Accessory Details: 1 Extra Left Leg, 1 Booster Rocket, 1 Base, 1 Middle Leg With Wheel
C1-10P Chopper as part of the Black Series Mural


  • This Black Series Chopper (C1-10P) figure was released in October 2023 single boxed
  • The figure was released in Star Wars: Rebels packaging as #8 in the mural line-up which was a head-scratcher at the time, because Chopper had just made his live-action TV appearance in the Ahsoka tv series, and the exact same figure had just been released in 2020 in Star Wars: Rebels packaging as #2
  • This release of Chopper marks the third time that he's being released, the droid came out first in 2019 (Black Series Chopper) and was later re-issued in new packaging in 2020 (Black Series Chopper)
  • Chopper came with a display stand, a rocket booster, an extra left leg and a middle leg which has a wheel on it
  • The outer left leg can easily be exchanged, simply pull the leg off the body and plug the new one on
  • Chopper's body has a hole in the bottom where either the rocket booster or the leg with the wheel can be plugged in
  • The booster rocket attaches to the included base so Chopper can be displayed in a flying position
  • The base, which looks like flames and an extension to the fire coming out of the booster rocket, is just large enough to help balance the figure out nicely without having it fall over
  • Chopper has three arms which can be pulled out, two are located in the dome and one is on the front of the body
  • The middle leg has a wheel on it which can be turned and it's possible to push the leg into the body or pull it out so that Chopper can stand on three legs
  • Hasbro painted the figure well with lots of dirt and weathering on it which gives it a more life-like appearance
  • The dome can be rotated 360° (this doesn't trigger any functionality)
  • The antenna on top of the dome is not removable
  • This version of Chopper turned out great and it's easy to recommend, make sure you add this figure to your collection if you don't already own the first two releases!


Chopper is the resident droid of the Ghost, assisting the crew in everything from ship maintenance to combat, even though he doesn't always want to.

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