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Hasbro UK Preview – Galactic Snackin’ Grogu

 

Now we all know that, yes, Mando is cool, but Grogu – baby Yoda to most folks – was the break-out star of the show.

It’s getting to be a competition between me and my kids who has the most Grogu merch (me, hands-down), but there’s going to be a force-tustle over the latest addition: the force-wielding, interactive, Galactic Snackin’ Grogu.

With the ability to use the force (not forks, force) to make the shifter knob hover, he’ll give you his opinion on the foods you offer him (tentacles, cookie or just from his spoon) – even hold his hand for upsies! How can you say no to that wee face? It’s like all the fun parts of your own child, without the mess…


STAR WARS GALACTIC SNACKIN’ GROGU

(HASBRO/Age 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: £79.99/Available: Autumn 2021)

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GROGU (THE CHILD), affectionately referred to by fans as “BABY YODA,” is hungry for Force snackin’ fun! With a galaxy of features, including adorable sounds, fun animated motions, and interactive accessories, this STAR WARS GALACTIC SNACKIN’ GROGU animatronic toy is ready for action and adventure! Place any of the included entertainment-inspired accessories in his hand and he’ll react! Put an accessory in his mouth, and he’ll make eating sounds that let you know if he thinks it’s yummy or yucky! When GROGU (THE CHILD) wants to be picked up and held, he’ll reach up with both arms. And with Force activation, GALACTIC SNACKIN’ GROGU will perform a 2-handed Force move, inspired by scenes from season 2 of the live-action series THE MANDALORIAN on Disney+! Additional features include series-inspired sound effects, a premium soft goods robe, moving head, ears, arms, and blinking eyes! Includes figure, 4 interactive accessories, and instructions. Requires 4 1.5V AA batteries, not included. Available for pre-order at most major retailers including Amazon and Smyths.


SAMDAVThe Writer of this piece was: Sam Graven
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