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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI Lumat: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Lumat. The Trilogo card art is nearly identical to the Kenner version. The name, however, is different. The Trilogo figure is called Lumat Ewok Warrior (Figurine Guerriere Ewok). See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Lumat figure HERE.

Lumat Ewok Warrior (Figurine Guerriere Ewok)

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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI Rancor Keeper: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Rancor Keeper. The Trilogo card art is different than the Kenner version, with the most notable difference of the light blue background. The figure’s name was also changed to Rancor Keeper (Gardien du Rancor Monster) for the Trilogo release. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Rancor Keeper figure HERE.

Rancor Keeper (Gardien du Rancor Monster)

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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI AT-ST Driver: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit AT-ST Driver. The Trilogo card art is one of the few figures from the Return Of The Jedi line with a completely different reference image. It features a scene from the Battle of Endor with an incomplete composite from second and different film-out. The “incomplete scene” was obscured by the figure’s placement in the bubble. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI AT-ST Driver figure HERE.

AT-ST Driver

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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI Prune Face: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Prune Face. The Trilogo card art doesn’t vary much from the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Prune Face figure HERE.

Prune Face

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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI Teebo: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Teebo. The Trilogo card art has a different color palette when compared to the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Teebo figure HERE.

Teebo

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In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Han Solo (In Trench Coat). The Trilogo card art doesn’t differ from the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Han Solo (In Trench Coat) figure HERE.

Han Solo (In Trench Coat)

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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI B-Wing Pilot: Trilogo Update

Today we revisit B-Wing Pilot. It was the vintage peg-warmer! The Trilogo card art doesn’t differ from the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI B-Wing Pilot figure HERE.

B-Wing Pilot

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In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Klaatu (In Skiff Guard Outfit). The Trilogo card art doesn’t differ from the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Klaatu (In Skiff Guard Outfit) figure HERE.

Klaatu (In Skiff Guard Outfit)

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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI The Emperor: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit The Emperor. The Trilogo card art doesn’t differ from the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI The Emperor figure HERE.

The Emperor

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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI Wicket W. Warrick: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Wicket W. Warrick. The Trilogo card art colors are quite different than the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Wicket W. Warrick figure HERE.

Wicket W. Warrick

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In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Princess Leia Organa (In Combat Poncho). The Trilogo card art is not much different than the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Princess Leia Organa (In Combat Poncho) figure HERE.

Princess Leia Organa (In Combat Poncho)

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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI 8D8: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit 8D8. The Trilogo card art is not much different than the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI 8D8 figure HERE.

8D8

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1984 RETURN OF THE JEDI Nikto: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Nikto. The Trilogo card art is almost identical to the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1984’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Nikto figure HERE.

Nikto

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1983 RETURN OF THE JEDI Nien Nunb: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Nien Nunb. The Trilogo card art is much lighter and washed-out when compared to the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Nien Nunb figure HERE.

Nien Nunb

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In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Lando Calrissian (Skiff Guard Disguise). The Trilogo card art is much darker and has an orange wash when compared against the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Lando Calrissian (Skiff Guard Disguise) figure HERE.

Lando Calrissian (Skiff Guard Disguise)

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1983 RETURN OF THE JEDI Biker Scout: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Biker Scout. The Trilogo card art is much darker than the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Biker Scout figure HERE.

Biker Scout

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1983 RETURN OF THE JEDI Ree-Yees: Trilogo Update

Today we revisit Ree-Yees. For the Trilogo card art, C-3PO remains hidden behind the figure backer area. He was airbrushed out of the Kenner cart art. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Ree-Yees figure HERE.

Ree-Yees

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1983 RETURN OF THE JEDI General Madine: Trilogo Update

Today we revisit General Madine, which is the rarest Trilogo figure on the market. For the Trilogo card art, not many changes exist from the Kenner release other than a different wash. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI General Madine figure HERE.

General Madine

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1983 RETURN OF THE JEDI Squid Head: Trilogo Update

Today we revisit Squid Head. For the Trilogo card art, not many changes exist from the Kenner release See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Squid Head figure HERE.

Squid Head

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The Vintage Collection Becomes The Carbonized Collection

We have a sneak peek for you tonight of the Walmart exclusive The Vintage Collection The Mandalorian Carbonized figures. Why do “carbonized” figures look better than their non-carbonized counterparts? We’re finding that these figures are more impressive than the standard releases. These figures come without any VC numbers, and their packaging is “foiled” to create a hologram effect for the card art. The cards are extra-thick too, so it will be difficult to “hurt” the figures’ packaging. This is the first time we’re seeing the Imperial Death Trooper under The Mandalorian banner. Hasbro used new card art for this one. We have full galleries and collector notes available for all of the figures, and reviews begin tomorrow! Enjoy!

      

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1983 RETURN OF THE JEDI Weequay: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Weequay. For the Trilogo card art, not many changes exist from the Kenner release See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Weequay figure HERE.

Weequay

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1983 RETURN OF THE JEDI Rebel Commando: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Rebel Commando. For the Trilogo art, they dramatically recolored the character, seemingly to match the action figure inside of the bubble. The color scheme is notably different than the Kenner version. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Rebel Commando figure HERE.

Rebel Commando

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1983 RETURN OF THE JEDI Klaatu: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Klaatu. For the Trilogo art, they recolored the image differently than the Kenner version. They also didn’t airbrush out the Jawa character on the Trilogo release either. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Klaatu figure HERE.

Klaatu

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In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Logray (Ewok Medicine Man). For the Trilogo art, not much differs when compared to the original Kenner version. The reference image is yellower and darker when compared to the Kenner release. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Logray (Ewok Medicine Man) figure HERE.

Logray (Ewok Medicine Man)

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1983 RETURN OF THE JEDI Chief Chirpa: Trilogo Update

In 1984, new packaging for Star Wars figures was introduced for the European market. A cost containment initiative, the new packaging sported three languages of the Return Of The Jedi logo for a “one size fits all” approach. Although a “three-logo” design was created for The Power Of The Force line (as evidenced on some ‘boxed’ toys), it wasn’t carried over to the basic figure line’s card design. They continued to use the three Return Of The Jedi logos instead. Although the word “Trilogo” is found nowhere on the packaging, the term is universally adopted by all Star Wars collectors to describe this line of figures.

Today we revisit Chief Chirpa. For the Trilogo art, not much differs when compared to the original Kenner version. The image of the character is slightly recolored. See the full card art and additional notes by revisiting 1983’s RETURN OF THE JEDI Chief Chirpa figure HERE.

Chief Chirpa

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