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Meisho Movie Realization Ronin Mandalorian Now Available For Pre-Order

If you are a fan of the Star Wars Meisho Movie Realization series from Bandai, then you are going to want to check out their latest figure to this series. Announced today, The Mandalorian will be the next to take the appearance of a Ronin. The Mandalorian will join Boba & Jango Fett, Darth Vader, Darth Maul and many others in this amazing series.

Meisho Movie Realization
Credit: Bandai

Meisho Movie Realization Ronin Mandalorian

The Mandalorian arrives in the Meisho Movie Realization series in the first armor seen in the Star Wars™ series The Mandalorian™. Styled by Takayuki Takeya and inspired by the motif of a ronin (masterless samurai), this figure includes the first ever cloth cape in the Meisho series. He also includes his characteristic rifle and blaster accessories, as well as a katana sword. With weathering and brushing applied to his armor plating this figure brings a new level of detail to the line.

Meisho Movie Realization Ronin Mandalorian
Credit: Bandi

The Meisho Movie Realization Ronin Mandalorian will retail for $100, But if you want this figure you better hurry. Once the maximum order limited is reached, the ability to pre-order this figure will become one with the Force. You can get yours today by clicking the link below.

What are your thoughts on this limited run Meisho Movie Realization Mandalorian figure? What is you favorite figure in this series? Also what other characters would you like to see take the form of a Ronin? That Hashtag Show wants to hear from you.

Credit: Bandi

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By Greg Evans

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