Posted by B. on October 9, 2018 at 03:36 PM CST
Hasbro's The Vintage Collection line offers the premium articulation and attention to detail of The Black Series 6-Inch figures, but in the classic 3.75-Inch scale. Since its return earlier this year, we've seen several repacks of the 2015-2017 Walmart exclusive figures, reissues of older The Vintage Collectionfigures, and a few brand new characters.

The upcoming announced figures will follow that pattern, with key re-releases mixed with new The Vintage Collection figure debuts.

Main Line - Wave 1 (January)

VC132 Saelt-Marae (Yak Face)
VC133 Scarif Stormtrooper (Reissue)
VC134 Princess Leia (Boussh)
VC135 Klaatu (Skiff Guard)

Haslab Issue (February)

Jabba's Sail Barge
VC000 Yak Face (Pack-in with the barge on a POTF cardback)

Main Line - Wave 2 (April)

VC138 Elite Praetorian Guard (Reissue)
VC139 Lando Calrissian (Solo)
VC140 Imperial Stormtrooper (New)
VC141 TBA* (Rumored to be Chewbacca)
VC142 Captain Phasma (Reissue)

Retail Exclusives

VC136 TBA*
VC137 TBA*
VC143 Han Solo (Stormtrooper Disguise) - Target Exclusive
VC144 TBA*
VC145 41st Elite Core Clonetrooper - Online Retailer Exclusive
VC021 Gamorrean Guard (reissue with original VC# and new cardback) - Online Retailer Exclusive

Main Line - Wave 3 (July)

VC146 Luke Skywalker (Crait)
VC147 Death Star Gunner
VC148 Assault Tank Commander (repaint of VC126)
VC149 TBA*
VC150 Darth Revan (Reissue)

*TBA = To Be Announced

As noted in our previous report, in 2019 you will have a second chance at the VC02 Leia (Hoth Outfit), VC03 Han Solo (Echo Base), VC08 Darth Vader, VC23 Luke Skywalker (Endor Capture), and The Empire Strikes Back version of VC09 Boba Fett. These may or may not fill in some of the TBA figures listed above.

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