Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Smallest Hero Will Be A Big Collectible This Holiday

If you haven’t seen the first episode of Obi Wan Kenobi at Disney Plus you should avoid going further. The latest Star Wars collectible announced introduces a new character and is unlike anything we’ve seen in the Star Wars universe. This strange companion appears to be this year’s Grogu and will be transformed into a variety of collectibles to be released this holiday season.

These announcements were made today by toymaker Hasbro and came during the Star Wars Celebration, a four-day event in Anaheim, California.

The followers for Obi Wan Kenobi implies that Old Ben would keep an eye on Luke Skywalker, but the show is more about his sister at this point. When we first meet Leia, we see that she has a companion droid named LOLA (L0-LA59). This tiny, hovering droid transforms into three different collectibles, one of which features features that mimic the movements and sounds from the show.

Hasbro’s Animatronic Edition features a touch sensor on LOLA’s head that can activate over 45 different light, sound, and movement options. This version costs $89.99 and will be released in the fall.


Hasbro’s second LOLA offering is an interactive electronic character that also features lights and sounds, but has no movement. However, this figure is very posable, which allows the panels on LOLA’s back to be positioned in different ways. This figure will be available this summer for $39.99.



Hasbro’s latest announcement ties in with the Grogu Bounty Collection. You can add two little LOLA toys to your shelves, each showing the droid’s personality in a different way. This line of figures is joined by other figures based on R2-D2, BD-1 and Grogu. Hasbro is aiming for a fall release for them.


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