CLONE COMMANDER THORN #15 Commander Thorn from Hasbro's The Black Series collection The Black Series - The Clone Wars

Hasbro's #15 Commander Thorn action figure was first publicly displayed in their booth at the 2015 Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, along with the other figures in the last 3 3/4-inch wave to be shipped on The Black Series blue TIE Fighter Pilot cards. This final assortment also included the repainted #16 C-3PO, the sculpt debut #17 Princess Leia Organa (Boushh Disguise), the character debut #18 Mosep Binneed, the sculpt debut #19 Han Solo (In Carbonite), and the sculpt debut #20 Jawas two pack. This assortment began hitting retailer shelves in July, 2015.

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#15 Commander Thorn from Hasbro's The Black Series collection   

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Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2015
Original Retail: $12.99
Assortment Number:B1061/A5077
UPC Number: 6 30509 26343 1

What's In The Box?
  • Clone Commander Thorn Action Figure
  • 2x DC-17 hand blasters

About This Action Figure:
  • The #15 Commander Thorn is based the sculpt used for the previously released #09 Captain Rex action figure. For screen accuracy, Hasbro created a unique head and left upper arm for this character from The Clone Wars.

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