Star Wars Special: C-3P0 tells the story of C-3P0, obviously, and a First Order protocol droid named OMRI that had previously been taken prisoner by the Resistance. OMRI may know the location of , who had been taken prisoner by the First Order, but obviously is not keen to divulge this information. The ship they are traveling on crashes at the beginning of the issue, and the pair (part of a group of droids who survived the crash) head out into the hostile alien landscape in hopes of finding the ship’s captain and crew. As you might guess, things don’t go well.
Built with screen-accurate mechanical d etailing and light up eyes, this is Threepio�s moment to shine, with a fantastic weathered metallic gold and silver finish. Calculating the odds of a successful mission, the always proper, yet overly anxious, protocol droid gestures in concern to his unseen Rebel companions aboard a Millennium Falcon inspired base. An essential addition to any Star Wars collection, C-3PO is the droid you�ve been looking for.
At this week’s meeting, Michael Novak will be giving an encore presentation of his Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2015 Collectors’ Stage panel “Dawn of Star Wars Collecting: The Earliest Memorabilia”. Unfortunately, the rest of his panel (Todd Chamberlain, Steve Sansweet, and Pete Vilmur) are not able to attend.
Our meeting will be held on Sunday, November 1st starting at 1:30 at the Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library, located at 7584 Leesburg Pike in Falls Church, Virginia. Don’t miss it!
The Star Wars C-3PO Sixth Scale Figure is the droid you’ve been looking for, and you don’t have to worry about him ever telling you the odds because he can’t talk, although he does have a cool light-up feature.
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