Kitster Gets His Own Funko Pop Figure

The Star Wars Show brought back Dhruv Chanchani, who played Anakin’s buddy Kitster in TPM, to present him with a custom Kitster Funko Pop! figure direct from the company.

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5 Responses to “Kitster Gets His Own Funko Pop Figure”

  1. Noah Evans (The Artist) Says:

    Good to see appreciation for Kitster!

    Maybe the next figure will be the Deathsticks Man

  2. Pedro Felipe Says:

    Did you notice the Jar Jar, Padme, 212th battalion clone tropper placements in the background? Subtle, but very significant. If only the makers of the feature films payed this much attention to the prequels. More often than not, it feels like the story group is tasked toclean up the mess the filmmakers who disregard the prequels make with every movie release and try to wave in some continuity in the storyline (Captain Phasma’s armours made of scrap from Naboo ships, anyone?)

  3. Slugma Says:

    No offense guys, but i effing hate those pop figures.
    They are like vermin and i dont care if they do prequel characters.

    there was once a great nerd-stuff/comicbook/videogame-store in my town that had EVERYTHING. When this weird vinyl -figures became a thing this drastically changed. now the store is just 50% THEM.

    Everything got replaced with this cheap crap. its like some weird invasion of the bodysnatchers, but in toyform.

    On the other hand, Hasbro doesnt do anything prequel themed for ages, just OT and the recent movies. its a shame. Im still waiting for Black series Grievous.

  4. Slugma Says:

    I collected (and still have) some Beanie Babies (mostly Reptiles/Amphibians/Dragon, Bugs, Birds and Sealife) in the 90s and i have to disagree, they were a fad, yes, but at least they had personality.

    This funkopops on the other side just look all the same with their dead eyes.

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