Sideshow Unboxing Video: Jabba the Hutt Sixth Scale Figure

We’re unboxing the Sideshow Collectibles Jabba the Hutt Sixth Scale Figure for you to take a look at! This Star Wars villain sits on his throne, ready to deal with Han Solo, Chebacca and their band of rebel friends.

Based on his famously grotesque appearance in Star Wars: Episode VI- Return of the Jedi, this Deluxe Sixth Scale Figure Set features a detailed likeness of Jabba the Hutt™, measuring an intimidating 13.25” tall and over 29” wide. This sixth scale legendary crime lord is highly customizable- if we told you half the accessories he includes, you would probably short circuit!

Jabba the Hutt™ includes a variety of swappable features, allowing you to craft your perfect pose for the nefarious gangster. Jabba has a set of sleeping eyes, a set of open eyes, and a set of wide eyes for surveying his palace. He can be displayed with a closed mouth, open mouth, or an open mouth with his tongue exposed, and the figure includes a pair of resting arms, one right pointing arm, and one left arm with a gripping hand.

What would a palace be without a court jester? The Jabba the Hutt™ and Throne Deluxe Sixth Scale Figure Set includes a figure with the detailed likeness of Salacious Crumb the cackling Kowakian monkey-lizard. Salacious Crumb has articulated arms, and includes right and left crossed legs, and right and left relaxed legs for sitting on his fabric pillow. He also includes an alternate open mouth head, for recreating his famous raucous laughter.

Jabba’s Throne base is an extremely detailed environment as seen in his palace during Return of the Jedi. It includes a removable hookah with a pipe, as well as an aquarium with a non-removable Klatooine paddy frog.

As Jabba’s favorite snack, this deluxe set includes an additional Klatooine paddy frog, along with three cups and one plate of food. The throne environment also includes one fur-like rug, one leather-like rug, and nine ornamental pillows with varied designs and textures, all of which can be arranged in any configuration along the base.

SOURCEYouTube
Justin LaSalata
Located in New York with his wife Dianna, Justin LaSalata is the US Editor of Jedi News responsible for reporting on all areas of Star Wars related news as well as coverage from NY Comic Con and Toy Fair NY.