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Hasbro Star Wars Legacy Collection Ewok Nho-Apakk and Paploo Figures

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Manufacturer: Hasbro / Age: 4 Years+

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      23.02.2010 21:20
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      good duo

      Now this is an interesting Star Wars set, mainly because one character exists in the film, but it is still unclear if the other does! Paploo steals a speeder bike on the forest moon of Endor, giving the Empire a run for their money. Nho-Apakk was possibly in the film, though nobody can confirm this...maybe he was just 'there' in the backround! The selling point is Paploo, who has been packaged with this tag-along, not really real Ewok. A Paploo figure was made by Kenner back in the eighties.

      The original Paploo was a dubious diarrhea coloured brown and did not look much like the Paloo in 'Jedi.' The new design from Hasbro attempts to address the colour issue. Now Paploo is a more mahogany brown, which suits him far better. Sporting a nice head piece which you can take off, it covers his cheeky face. Ewoks do not wear clothes, just head gear and belts. That is all they need in the forests. There are some ruffles to his head piece and a neat bit of articulation on the shoulder area. I love his fur which is well detailed too.

      Ewok number two, Nho-Apakk comes with not only an unpronounceable name but a pose which suggests he might be constipated. The legs looks a little too far apart and the poor fellow looks very uncomfortable. His textured grey fur is great though and he wears a grey head piece like his mate. Both ewoks can be posed at arms and legs and come with staffs to hit rivals with.

      The two pack also comes with a droid accessory and the set appears to vary in price. A fair retail price should be around eight pounds, though it is rare so expect to pay more. You can also get Paploo on his own, should you wish.


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