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George Lucas’ Pint-Sized Warriors had its own animated show between 1985 and 1986, as a prequel before Wicket W. Warrick appeared in Return of the Jedi (and, in fact, before A new hope entirely).
Wick and the rest of the Warrick family, who spoke English on the TV show rather than Ewokese, spent the majority of the series defending their village against Morag the sorceress Tulgah – with the threat of the Empire lurking in the way. background.
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Almost 40 years later, Hasbro has announced a deluxe figure two-pack featuring Wicket and his sweetheart Princess Kneesa, available to pre-order now for £36.99 ahead of a release date later this year.
These figures are around 9.5cm tall and are fully articulated with Wicket’s spear and Kneesaa’s bag as accessories. Wicket is releasing a solo figure in Hasbro’s Black Series, pre-order now for £24.99.
Part of the 15cm range, the Black Series version of Wicket is much larger than the Ewoks two-pack and features even more articulation than smaller figures.
Five accessories are included with the Wicket Black Series figure, including the Ewok warrior’s club and bow. A firm release date will also be announced for this figure later in the year.
Lucasfilm has also teamed up with LEGO to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Return of the Jedi with a set of Battle of Endor models, with its own brick version of Wicket.
THE Ewoks The TV show remains a cult classic for star wars fans, as it was a collaboration between Lucas and the future Batman: The Animated Series producer Paul Dini years before the latter’s DC work.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the entire Skywalker saga are available on DVD, Blu-Ray And 4K now, as well as Disney+.
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