Fans of The Empire Strikes Back should get ready for a new Star Wars Funko POP release! The latest POP found online via website Popcultcha.com is the medical droid 2-1B! Unfortunately, those of us in the US and Canada cannot order this one from their website. No other information has officially been released from Funko about this one, so no release date has been given.
UPDATE – We now have confirmation that this will be a Walgreens exclusive. Happy hunting!
Check out the official glam shot below!
Remember when the Wampa brutally attacked Luke Skywalker on Hoth? Or when Darth Vader sliced Luke’s arm off during their lightsaber battle on Bespin? Well now you can own the incredible droid responsible for putting back together with Funko’s new Star Wars – 2-1B Medical Droid Pop! Vinyl Figure!
2-1B had long experience with humans, giving him a caring bedside manner. It was thanks to this that Skywalker specifically requested 2-1B’s treatment following the loss of his hand.
This Pop! features the 2-1B Medical Droid with a stunning, shiny blue finish, making him the perfect addition to any true Star Wars collection.
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