Collection: The Clone Wars
Source: The Clone Wars (Season 1 Episode 15: Trespass)
Availability: February 2010
Thi-Sen is chieftain of the powerful Talz warriors who inhabit the palnet of Orto Plutonia. Wearing distinctive armor, the fierce leader fights to keep his people free when a representative from the nearby Pantora moon claims jurisdiction over the ice planet.
We have more Talz action figures in our collections now than we probably ever surmised we would. And even though only three unique Talz characters to date have been produced, we're sure none of us expected more than one. When the Kabe & Muftak internet exclusive two-pack came out in 1998, collectors really started getting excited because Muftak was the first cantina alien that was significantly larger in size than all others. And then when Foul Moudama stole the show in Tartakovsky’s Clone Wars, Hasbro saw an ample opportunity to revisit the Muftak sculpt and create the first Talz Jedi for the basic line. And with a prominent place now established in the Star Wars universe, Filoni decided to have this species the center of his episode from Season 1 of The Clone Wars entitled Trespass. What makes Thi-Sen extra special is that all of his armor pieces and weapons are removable. In effect, you can add an animated version of “Muftak” to your collections now. Thi-Sen is quite a remarkable action figure and he immediately became one of our favorites in The Clone Wars line due to the nostalgia he tickles in our minds from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. And of course more practically he can serve as a generic Talz warrior as seen in the episode. But clearly Thi-Sen brings a completely new level of energy to the basic figure line on his own merits.
The powerful Talz are a very unique four-eyed species. With a bulky frame that is just slightly reminiscent of a Wookiee, we think they were a great choice for Filoni to use to wage war in the television series. The action figure of Thi-Sen offers much versatility. Complete with 12 points of articulation (just missing ankle articulation), Thi-Sen cooperates when you want to pose him in various action stances. And since he runs the full gamut of premium articulation in the arms, positioning him with his spear makes this figure a totally worthwhile purchase. You can have him in any pose you’d like defending enemies with that spear. We absolutely love it! While Thi-Sen doesn’t have the mass (thickness) of his predecessors, He does have incredible details and accuracy to his animated counterpart. In particular, we love the facial details and well as the shading on his fur. The final product is quite impressive. His head is easily removed for the placement of his battle gear. And once you place the armor over his body and return his head, his club can be lodge in between the spikes on his back armor and rest as a headdress on the top of his head. (See gallery photos for reference.)
Status: Thi-Sen is an all-new figure.
Articulation Count: 12 points
Articulation Details: swivel head, 2 ball-jointed shoulders, 2 ball-jointed elbows, 2 swivel wrists, swivel waist, 2 swivel hips, 2 ball-jointed knees
Accessory Count: 3
Accessory Details: headdress (battle club), spear, removable armor
Date Stamp: 2009
Assortment Number: 94077/87638
Retail: $7.99 USD
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