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NEW PRODUCT: Hot Toys 1/6th scale Solo: A Star Wars Story Patrol Trooper Collectible Figure

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Stryker2011

Stryker2011
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Solo: A Star Wars Story has opened around the globe and is loved by fans and critics alike! The Imperial has expended its army with a newly introduced Patrol Trooper. These specialist Stormtroopers are the urban equivalent of scout troopers, wearing partial armor for greater mobility. The enlarged helmet incorporate enhanced-imaging sensors and communications gear, helping patrol troopers navigate crowded city streets and handle real-time data about suspects.

Today, Hot Toys is very excited to present the Imperial officer, Patrol Trooper in 1/6th scale collectible figure from the latest installment of the Star Wars Saga!

The highly-accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Patrol Trooper from Solo: A Star Wars Story featuring a newly designed Patrol Trooper helmet and armor, a meticulously tailored fabric suit and under-suit with armor details, weapons including a pistol and a baton!

Serve the Galactic Empire and recruit these Patrol Troopers into your Star Wars collection!

The 1/6th scale Patrol Trooper Collectible Figure specially features:
- Authentic and detailed likeness of Patrol Trooper in Solo: A Star Wars Story
- Newly designed Patrol Trooper helmet with mechanical details
- Specially applied white colored painting on armor with weathering effect
- Approximately 30.5cm tall
- Body with over 25 points of articulations
- Seven (7) pieces of interchangeable white-colored gloved hands including:
- One (1) pair of fist
- One (1) pair of relaxed hands
- One (1) pair of hands for holding weapons
- One (1) gesturing left hand

Costume:
- One (1) newly designed and finely crafted Patrol Trooper white-colored chest armor with weathering effect
- One (1) black-colored under-suit with white-colored armors
- One (1) black-colored Patrol Trooper belt
- One (1) pair of black-colored pants with white strip
- One (1) pair of white-colored armored boots with weathering effect

Weapon:
- One (1) pistol
- One (1) baton

Accessory:
- Specially designed figure stand with movie name, character nameplate and graphic card

Artists:
- Figure Painted by Lok Ho
- Figure Art Directed by JC. Hong

Release date: Approximately Q2 – Q3, 2019

**Prototype shown, final product may be slightly different
**Product details could be subjected to change without further notice

©️ & TM Lucasfilm Ltd.
©️ 2018 Hot Toys Limited. All Rights Reserved.

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GubernatorFan

GubernatorFan
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"A Star Wars Story has opened around the globe and is loved by fans and critics alike!" Really? Opinions have been all over the place, but on the whole pretty negative (and the box office reflects this). I didn't hate the movie, though I was underwhelmed, particularly by my inability to see Han Solo in the otherwise talented and likeable new actor. And, on principle, I object to the needless introduction of new trooper types (despite their silly name, the Mudtroopers are arguably an exception, as they represent regular imperial infantry, already established with a slightly different look in the original trilogy's "AT-ST drivers"). But I will make a partial exception here. He may be superfluous (a Scout Trooper would have done for this part), but the Patrol Trooper looks great. I prefer the design to any of the new stormtrooper types we have seen in the Prequel or Sequel trilogies so far, and I wish he had been given more screen time and a close-up. My only initial misgiving is the weathering. I know it is supposed to add realism, but I think they went over the top; I'd rather have a clean figure I could weather to my taste than a weathered one that could not be cleaned up. In particular, note the rather heavy-handed very dark grime atop the black panel in the middle of the chest armor. Was that really necessary? Oh well, it's not like it will stop me from getting one. Smile


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Asta

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The Sequel Trilogy style rubber sleeves put me off. I can see them splitting if left posed with the arms bent.






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shovelchop81

shovelchop81
Nice design! Definitely has a motorcycle cop look to him, makes sense too having law enforcement dedicated troopers. As for the weathering, they're damned if they and damned if they don't, if he was on Corucant he would need to be all shiny but if he's on a mudball/dusty planet somewhere he's looking like he's keeping his kit in good order. You should see the amount of soot from pollution the Greek traffic cops have to put up with in Athens, especially from the buses! Get stuck behind one of those on a bike and you're coughing your lungs up!

JohnByng


It looks like I disagree with everybody! I have not yet seen Solo so my comments are based on first impressions of this figure and my experience of the other films.

Gubernatorfan, I like the new stormtroopers. I think the uniform reflects a sensible evolution. It also has a less clunky look and is more suitable for combat (although I do like the old stormtroopers too!).

This figure does look like a motorcycle cop. Yuk! I think that the empire would have a paramilitary police force but it would be more like the military police forces of today than a civil body. There is a war going on after all!

I do like the helmet. The chest armour looks suitably old fashioned, but the groin armour looks as though it would constrict the blood-flow somewhat. Imagine running after a suspect!

I don't like mixing rubber, armour and fabric. The fabric always looks out of place to me. With modern uniforms it is the armour that is out of place as it is only worn for combat and is then removed. For this guy, his armour is his uniform and it is the fabric that is out of place. He does not even have knee pockets!

As for the pants - did the empire find some leftover stocks of US cop pants from the 1950s? I think Star Wars does have a big problem with lacking imagination when it comes to design. Sometimes they come up with good ideas and sometimes (as here) they don't! But a lot of their designs are driven by adapting what exists now or has existed in the past on Earth to the Star Wars universe rather than stretching their minds and pushing the boundaries outwards.

Perhaps I am being too harsh as most of it works and I do love SW!

As for weathering, I am not a fan of it. If I did want to have it I would rather do it myself. He looks grimy rather than muddy.

I wonder if he will be parted out? I might get some bits and try to create a different version of him.

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