Happy Force Friday everyone! In celebration of the official, unofficial Star Wars holiday, check out this sweet new Star Wars toy making it’s debut today. Let me introduce you to the Guavian Enforcer. No it’s not a fruit. It’s an actual character from the new Star Wars movie. Right now, fans on the other side of the world are getting their hands on this sweet figure. Soon enough, you can get your hands on one too. In fact, they’re probably on store shelves right now.
Here is what the Guavian Enforcer looks like in person:
Now this dude was a real surprise for me. We haven’t seen anything about him yet… Well I haven’t. But with his cool looking suit and helmet, couldn’t resist picking this up. Looks like Deadpool mixed with the villain from Hellboy! And he was the only one left among the sea of Finns and Reys. That’s pretty much a good sign to get it. Haha! Can’t wait to see what this guy looks like on screen! #GuavianEnforcer #starwars #ForceFridayPH #forcefriday #theforceawakens
Here’s a shot of what the back of the box looks like:
So? What do you all think? I think it looks pretty cool. For those of you who can’t read the text in the photo of the back of the box, here is what it says,
“The security soldiers of the Guavian Gang wear high impact armor that makes them stand out among other deadly criminals.”
I guess the question, now, is who are these guys (or gals)? At first glance I thought we had a new bounty hunter, but the word “gang” kind of defeats that notion. Maybe a gang of bounty hunters? Maybe some hired guns? Nonetheless, they look good. From the image above, our Guavian Enforcer comes equipped with a pistol and another gun that looks like the size of an SMG. The figure is also wearing some paramilitary gear, and a utility belt. You know what they say about people who wear utility belts, “Anyone with a utility belt always means business.”
As of right now, there is no official word on these characters. Nor is there any word as to their role in the movie. Let the speculation commence! Make sure to leave a comment below. Let us know what you think.
For now, check out this image from some behind the scenes action via SDCC.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theaters on December 18.