Disney Store Exclusive – Star Wars Toy Box – New Millennium Falcon, Kylo Ren & Rey Figures Review

Disney Store Exclusive – Star Wars Toy Box – New Millennium Falcon, Kylo Ren & Rey Figures Review

 

The Disney Store continues their Star Wars Toy Box with new offerings inspired from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which hits theaters on December 20th. These new offerings include Millennium Falcon, Kylo Ren and Rey figures that are brand new versions. The Millennium Falcon includes Rey with BB-8 and D-O, as opposed to the single figure listed as shown below that does not include these droids. These new figures are more are available now just in time for the holiday season.

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Thank you to Disney and the Disney Store for providing their Star Wars Toy Box – New Millennium Falcon, Kylo Ren and Rey figures for review. 

Availability: December 2019

The Millennium Falcon is packaged in a box with nice done artwork and images of the vehicle and figures on the front, sides and back. Also on the back is a look at the upcoming Kylo Ren figure with his TIE Fighter. Kylo Ren is packaged on the standard Toy Box blister card, with artwork on the front, images of the figure and more on the back, including a preview of the upcoming Darth Maul figure.

Disney Infinity was Disney’s version of LEGO Dimensions, where franchises collide and characters can interact. These figures are loosely based on this game, and have been re-engineered and articulated to resemble the game’s likeness.

 

The Millennium Falcon measures just over 15″ long and 13″ wide and features a great likeness to the iconic Star Wars vehicle. The Millennium Falcon marks a milestone for The Disney Store as this is the first play set in their Star Wars Toy Box line, and this vehicle features both play value and makes one great display piece with the Toy Box line. There are two roof panels that can be removed, which creates a play set for the figures to be placed on it and move around to your likeness, and there are several pegs for their feet to stand on. The front part of the Millennium Falcon features the satellite that rotates, canopy and a launcher with firing projectiles. The turrent can rotate, as can the missile launcher, and the projectiles fire by pressing the buttons on top. The Millennium Falcon also features light-up engines, blast effects and sound effects.

The landing ramp drops down slowly by pressing the button in the front, but a figure cannot walk down the ramp and onto the ground as its not necessarily to scale with the 5″ figures. The landing gear drops down so that the vehicle can rest for display. The front end has a middle landing gear that snaps into place, and by pressing the button it creates the blasting sound effects. The button in front of it is needed to place it back for flight mode. The canopy can fit Han Solo, and the turrent can fit Chewbacca, and both of his hands can hold the handles.

There are also some slight paint differences between last years version, and this new one. These include the sides have a slighter darker grey, and the cockpit and the rear engines are a darker blue.

 

Rey is given an updated outfit from her appearance in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which includes  light and grey, brown belt with a strap below that has a pouch on her right thigh, brown arm band and wrist gauntlet. Her head sculpt is also new, and her eyes are now looking forward as opposed to the side. Her hair is sculpted with three ponytails, and the facial details including the eyes and mouth look great.

Her articulation includes a ball jointed neck, ball hinged shoulders, swivel-hinged elbows, swivel-hinged wrists, swivel-hinged hips, swivel-hinged knees, and hinged ankles.

 

BB-8 uses the same sculpt as previously released with Poe Dameron. There are no differences in deco or any changes for that matter to the sculpt. He is sculpted and painted in a light grey, orange markings, silver and black deco. This figure has some weight on the body to help him stand upright, His articulation includes a swivel head.

D-0 is brand new, and is a new type of droid introduced in the upcoming Star Wars movie. D-0 includes a swivel head sculpt, and is on a wheel that does not rotate. The deco has a wash over it to make it look worn, which looks great on the figure.

 

Kylo Ren stands at 5″ tall and is sculpted in a new black outfit as opposed to his hooded release in 2017. The sculpt uses the same arms and legs, and hs is given a new belt, cape, and head sculpt. What is also new is the metallic silver deco on the belt, as opposed to the previous version left black. The outfit includes the sculpted grooves throughout it that adds a nice look to the design. His head sculpt includes the new cracks in his mask and helmet, which are painted in red and are sculpted in. His left hand sculpt is designed to look as if he is using the force, and the right hand can hold the lightsaber. The lightsaber hilt has also been repainted, with the some of the silver replaced with gold and red deco, and on one part not painted at all. Included with Kylo Ren is his red lightsaber.

He articulation includes a ball jointed neck, ball hinged shoulders, swivel-hinged elbows, swivel-hinged wrists, waist rotation, swivel-hinged hips, swivel-hinged knees, and hinged ankles.

Overall, there is a lot of love right now for the Toy Box line at the Disney Store, and the designers continue to do an incredible job on these figures. The new Millennium Falcon is just as good as the first, and comes with an exclusive D-0 figure that you need to own. Rey and Kylo Ren are also nice updates that you should also add to your collections. With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker coming December 20th, you would definitely want to have these toys under your tree before the 25th, so grab them now at The Disney Store!

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