This Jocasta Nu action figure was released in
2012 in The Vintage Collection.
It was exclusively available at Brian's Toys.
Hasbro gave the figure twelve joints and included
six accessories (blue lightsaber, lightsaber hilt, count dooku bust, soft-goods pouch, pillar, jedi holocron).
Here is what we noticed when we took a closer look at the Jedi:
- Originally intended to be the Celebration VI exclusive in 2012, Jedi librarian Jocasta Nu ended up being a Brian's Toys exclusive in 2012/2013
Jocasta Nu came with two lightsabers, one with an ignited blue blade, and one saber hilt with no blade
Both lightsaber hilts fit well into the figure's left hand
The non-ignited lightsaber hilt can be plugged into a slit on the left side of the figure's waist, which looks and works great
The right hand is molded with two fingers pointing, which indicates the use of the force (or maybe she is a Disney cast member, because Disney cast members need to point with two fingers :))
Non of the clothes are removable
Jocasta Nu stands very well without help from a stand
The fairly big soft-goods pouch can easily be put over the figure, and the jedi holocron and the lightsaber hilt have room in it
The Count Dooku bust looks great, and it fits spot-on on top of the pillar
Once the Dooku bust is removed, the blue/golden jedi holocron is revealed
All in all, this is a fantastic representation of Jocasta Nu and easily recommendable
The articulation details are as follows: swivel neck, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel wrists, swivel waist, 2 swivel legs, 2 ball-jointed knees
Responding with pleasure to the demands of Star Wars fans, we are proud to bring you Jocasta Nu in her very first appearance as a 3.75" figure!
As Chief Librarian of the Jedi Archives, Jocasta Nu oversees a vast collection of information - and secrets - dating back thousands of years. A brilliant researcher and archivist, this Jedi Master has trained many Padawans during her long career. Her devotion to learning is seen by her Ansata-patterned robes, a style worn by many famous Jedi historians. In the archives, Jocasta is surrounded by bronzium busts of noteworthy Jedi Masters, among them Count Dooku, Yoda and Chon Actrion. Like the archives, these busts also hold tantalizing secrets for those who search for them.