[Hasbro] Rebels: Grand Admiral Thrawn Review

If you want to see the pictures of the review in Full size and some more, you can see them on our facebook page in the album dedicated to Rogue One toyline reviews here.

To start the week, we’re going to review the figure of Grand Admiral Thrawn! He’s part of the third wave of the Rogue One toyline and is an animated figure from Star Wars Rebels.

The figure I’m reviewing is the second version, the one with the correct colors on his rank insignia. The first version was incorrect and only had the rank insignia blue and red. This figure is hard enough to find and Hasbro had to make a mistake with it, which is definitely driving the collectors mad.

As usual with this toyline, the figures are only 5 POA. Thrawn has his blaster that can fit in its holster and also a big accessory that doesn’t need to be mentioned again and again, this year it’s not the BAW but more useless accessory. The blaster is screen accurate and seems to have the right paint apps. Concerning the figure itself, Hasbro doesn’t do a lot of Rebels figures but the one they do are some of the best from their recent lines. It seems they put some extra care to do them or just that this style of animated figures is easier to do than the realistic ones? It’s a great figure, screen accurate and rather good paint apps. He is a welcome addition to the line, now Hasbro needs to give us the Ghost crew in their season 3 outfits to go with it!

Size comparison with Rebels Stormtroopers, you can notice he is a bit taller:

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One thought on “[Hasbro] Rebels: Grand Admiral Thrawn Review

  1. Pingback: [Hasbro] Rogue One Full List of 3.75″ Products | The Midi-Chlorian Center

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