The newest Star Wars series is getting some most impressive figures courtesy of Hasbro

Star Wars: Andor Figures Revealed by Hasbro Get a closer look at the latest additions to the Star Wars: The Black Series line


With no new Star Wars movies on the immediate horizon, Hasbro has been betting big on the various Disney+ shows as it continues to expand the Star Wars: The Black Series line. That trend continues with the first wave of figures inspired by Star Wars: Andor.
Hasbro gave collectors their first look at the new Andor line during their Pulse Con livestream, and IGN can exclusively debut the official images for all four. Get a closer look in the slideshow gallery below:
Star Wars: The Black Series - Andor Figures GalleryClick through to see Hasbro's upcoming line of figures based on Star Wars: Andor, hitting stores in Summer 2023.
This wave is focused on the heroes of this surprisingly dark but excellent Star Wars series, including Cassian himself along with Bix Caleen, Luthen Rael and Mon Mothma. All are designed in the typical Black Series six-inch scale and include various accessories.
These Andor figures are priced at $24.99 each and are slated for release in Summer 2023. All four will be available for preorder on the Hasbro Pulse website beginning at 3pm PT on October 1. You can also find Amazon preorder links for all four figures below:
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Star Wars: The Black Series - Cassian Andor Figure

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Star Wars: The Black Series - Bix Caleen Figure

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Star Wars: The Black Series - Luthen Rael Figure

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Star Wars: The Black Series - Senator Mon Mothma Figure

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Hasbro Pulse Con also gave us our first look at the new Indiana Jones: The Adventure Series line, with the first wave of figures focusing on the heroes and villains of Raiders of the Lost Ark. You can also check out Hasbro's recently revealed The Mandalorian: Season 2 figures.

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