Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Mission Fleet - AHSOKA TANO!

Star Wars Mission Fleet: Disney Basic Series 01 - Ahsoka Tano - Hasbro 2020

I feel like Star Wars has had a lot of stalled-out action figure lines lately. Black Series and Vintage are pretty consistent, but every other product line seems to spark interest then promptly die out. Galactic Heroes, Mega Mighties, Galaxy of Adventures, Resistance, and Toy Box... they all showed a lot of potential and gave us some cool figures, only to release little to no future product in the line. That's why I'm a little hesitant to get excited about this new Star Wars Mission Fleet series from Hasbro (I'm a little surprised it's not under the Playskool brand). The figures are nicely made, very toyetic, and really really small. This Ahsoka Tano, the first female in the line, measures just under 2.5 inches tall. That puts her at the same height as a Mini-Mate, but distinctly smaller than other "small" lines like M.A.S.K., Dino-Riders, and Imaginext. They have a definite preschool vibe with their enlarged heads, hands and feet, but at this tiny scale it doesn't look too disproportionate. Let's check out Ahsoka Tano below!

Ahsoka has a ball-jointed head, hinge-and-swivel shoulders, swivel wrists, and simple swivel hips.

Ahsoka comes with two different length light sabers and a transforming sled/starship.

Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!

Here is Ahsoka with two of her Super Hero Squad figures.

And here she is with an Imaginext (Mera) figure. I'm surprised these are so much smaller.



  1. Fun set, but yes, I am worried this will die on the vine as well.

  2. Seems to be the only line left to get a figure of Cara Dune at a decent price since Disney's blacklisted Gina Carano (and her future figures) because... ...because she wasn't a lefty. She totally didn't even say anything racist. She just didn't give in to globalist nonsense. So now the fans have to suffer yet again over weirdo Disney politics.