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Rey - Star Wars Toybox (14)

Name: Rey
Collection: Star Wars Toybox
Number: 14
Scale: Five Inch Figures
Source: The Rise Of Skywalker
Availability: November 2019
License: Disney

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The Disney Store is proud to introduce the Star Wars Toybox range of action figures, bringing adventures to life with characters from across The Walt Disney Company.

Another Sequel Trilogy Disney Star Wars film equals another Rey. And Disney’s Star Wars Toybox line adds a revised version of her into the line. Although Rey is an all-new sculpt, side by side, the two Rey figures produced for this line share a lot in common stylistically. But that’s because Rey’s outfit hasn’t changed much throughout the three films. Loosely based on her appearance from Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise Of Skywalker, Rey gets another take in this collector-appreciated 5” line that mirrors the approach taken with the Disney Infinity gaming line. Some licensees have taken great advantage of the opportunity to produce excellent collector-focused items, and the Star Wars Toybox line is one of them. The Star Wars Toybox line is an articulation connoisseur’s dream come true. While super-articulation got resurrected in 2018 with Hasbro’s The Vintage Collection line, it’s refreshing to see Disney produce a line of Star Wars figures that right out of the gate are super-articulated like these figures are.

Sure, some enhancements like “rocker” ankles and other updated points of articulation would make these figures relatively flawless, but overall we cannot complain at all with what Disney has done with this line. As mentioned briefly, this stylized line is based on the Disney Infinity game (which is now defunct). This means the figures look like caricatures of the actual characters with a strong focus on an animated likeness. Because of this, collectors are either going to adore or dislike this approach. For us, we loved the Tartakovsky Clone Wars animated line, so we’re completely on board with the Star Wars Toybox line as well. While we’re indifferent about the Sequel Trilogy, we hope this line will continue to produce excellent Original Trilogy figures like Han Solo, Boba Fett, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia Organa. Rey is a testament to how incredible Star Wars figures look within this scale, and we hope that interest is strong enough to see this line thrive for a couple of years at the very least.

Rey has an expression of irritability on her face. She doesn’t look all that different from the figure produced early in the line based on her appearance in Jakku. Aside from the cross expression, the figure has been designed well. Rey comes with a most impressive 26 points of articulation. Unlike Kylo Ren, Rey only has a ball-socket head, but it works in this instance. The rest of the figure is treated with supreme and premium ball-jointed articulation. She can move very well, but she is a little bit inhibited in the lower body thanks to the design of her outfit. She is still able to move quite well and can achieve a variety of poses to make most collectors happy. We would have loved to see a little more versatility in her movement, but generally speaking, she is pretty decent for an action figure. Rey comes with a lightsaber accessory, and that’s about it. She’s only able to hold it in her right hand because her left hand is posed in some Force waving gesture. The coloring of the action figure looks spot on, and it doesn’t appear that Disney missed any important details in her sculpting.

Collector Notes


Status: Rey is an all-new figure.

Articulation Count: 26 points (14 areas of articulation)

Articulation Details: ball-socket head (1), ball-jointed left shoulder (2), ball-jointed right shoulder (2), ball-jointed left elbow (2), ball-jointed right elbow (2), ball-jointed left wrist (2), ball-jointed right wrist (2), swivel waist (1), ball-jointed left hip (2), ball-jointed right hip (2), ball-jointed left knee (2), ball-jointed right knee (2), ball-jointed left ankle (2), ball-jointed right ankle (2)

Accessory Count: 1

Accessory Details: lightsaber

Date Stamp: N/A

Assortment Number: N/A

UPC: 1Q2046101398880661

Retail: $12.99 USD

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Added: November 30, 2019
Category: Star Wars Toybox
Reviewer: Paul Harrison
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