This IG-88 action figure was released in
2011 in The Vintage Collection.
It was exclusively available at Target.
Hasbro gave the figure 17 points of articulation and included
four accessories (vibro blade, blaster, blaster rifle, bandolier).
Here is what we noticed when we took a closer look at the Droid:
- This version of IG-88 was available in a 3-pack titled "Imperial Forces" as a Target exclusive in 2011
- The other two figures in this set were the Snowtrooper and Bounty Hunter Bossk
- The assassin droid is a re-paint of the 2007 The Vintage SAGA Collection IG-88 figure
- The vibro blade fits well into both hands, and it attaches nicely to the back of the bandolier
- The bandolier can be taken off the figure
- The middle part of the figure with some cannisters/grenades is its own piece and can be moved, but it can't be taken off the figure
- The blaster and the blaster rifle fit well into the hands
- IG-88 is about a head taller than a basic Star Wars action figure
- There are no balancing problems thanks to 17 points of articulation and an over all beautiful designed figure
- The cable running from the left leg up to the torso can be unplugged from the body
- The bandolier has a holster in the back where a blaster could be put in
- Overall, this is a brilliant figure and it shouldn't miss from any collection
The articulation details are as follows: swivel top-part of head, swivel neck, 2 swivel shoulders, 2 swivel arms, 2 ball-jointed elbows, swivel waist, 2 swivel legs, 2 swivel thighs, 2 ball-jointed knees, 2 ball-jointed ankles
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