[Hasbro] Review: Unkar Plutt

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Unkar Plutt is played by the infamous Simon Pegg, the huge Prequels hater who often pretends he represents every Star Wars fans in his interview while he does not at all represent the fandom, he has insulted the PT and George Lucas several times for the past 16 years and I’m not going to focus this review on him, he doesn’t deserve that we spend time on him. We neither recognize him nor recognize his voice, he is playing an alien so that’s fine, I decided to buy the figure. In a way, Unkar Plutt represents well who Simon Pegg is.
So about the figure, he is a 6POA, yes 6! His hand moves and can be removable! What a surprise, we’ll come back to this removable hand later. The figure is nicely detailed and looks very accurate. I like its appearance of blobfish, an ugly alien, it fits with the Star Wars universe. The paint apps are good. His head has less possibilities to move than other figures as he doesn’t have a neck on which the head as been put, it’s directly attached to the body.
Unkar Plutt has 2 accessories his blaster and the BAW part, this time, it’s very useful! We didn’t get this scene in The Force Awakens nor in the deleted scenes of the blu-ray, but there was a scene where Unkar followed Rey at Maz’s Castle and Chewbacca did tear Plutt’s arm apart! And with this figure you can tear Unkar’s hand apart and recreate that cut scene. Plus, if you want to give him a robotic hand, you can with the build-a-weapon part! That’s actually the one time where a BAW part can really act like a proper accessory for the figure, not some useless gadget accessory!
It’s a great figure, accurate to the movie and good accessories!

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  1. Pingback: [Hasbro] The Force Awakens Full List 3.75″ Products | The Midi-Chlorian Center

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