This Aurra Sing action figure was released in
2006 in The Saga Collection.
It was exclusively available at Walmart.
Hasbro gave the figure five joints and included
six accessories (scarf, blaster, blaster rifle, green lightsaber, stand, random holographic figure).
Here is what we noticed when we took a closer look at the Bounty Hunter:
- Aurra Sing (Jedi Hunter) was released individually carded
This figure is a repaint of the previously released Aurra Sing action figure from 2001's Power Of The Jedi series
Aurra Sing can be seen wearing this outfit in the comic book Star Wars Bounty Hunters Aurra Sing
Besides a different paint application, the figure was given a lightsaber and a scarf
The figure has no antenna on the head
The blaster on the left side is part of the figure and not removable
There are no joints in the elbows, wrists, the waist, knees or ankles
The blaster fits well into the holster
The green lightsaber and the blaster fit only very loosely into Aurra Sing's right hand
The soft-goods scarf looks cool, it can be taken off the figure
Aurra Sing stands well on display without help from a display stand
The articulation details are as follows: swivel neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 swivel legs
Once a promising if headstrong Padawan, Sing now trades in dark professions: pirate, assassin, and bounty hunter. She specializes in hunting down Jedi under the mistaken belief that they abandoned and betrayed her, and she brandishes the lightsabers of her victims as prized trophies. During the Clone Wars, her quest for vengeance once took her to Bespin, where she met a young Boba Fett.