This Durge action figure was released in
2003 in the 2003 - 2005 Clone Wars toy line.
Hasbro gave the figure four joints and included
five accessories (2 blasters, grenades, blaster rifle, jet-pack).
Here is what we noticed when we took a closer look at the Bounty Hunter:
- Durge stands surprisingly well without a stand despite the lack of waist, knee and ankle joints
- Both blasters fit well into the hands and in the holsters
- The blaster rifle doesn't fit well into the hands, the figure can barely hold on to it
- The jet-pack plugs into a hole in the back of the figure
- Durge can hold the grenades well in both hands
- The cables running from the front of the legs into the stomach area are not removable
- This version of Durge is a nicely detailed figure, especially for its time
- The paint application on Durge is done very well, with lots of subtle dirt on his armor
The articulation details are as follows: swivel neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 swivel legs
This 2,000-year-old bounty hunter replaces Jango Fett as Count Dooku's right-hand man.
A century before the Clone Wars, Durge was captured and tortured by Mandalorian warriors while trying to
collect a bounty on their leader. Durge escaped and went into hibernation to recuperate. Shortly after the
Battle of Geonosis, Durge awakened seeking revenge, only to find that the Mandalorians were all but extinct.
Upon learning that the Republic's Clone Troopers were created from Mandalorian bounty hunter Jango Fett, Durge
joined the Confederacy to enact his revenge upon Jango's clones. Along with Commander Asajj Ventress, Durge
may be the one of the most formidable adversaries the Jedi Knights have ever faced.