Star Wars The Black Series A New Hope Dr. Evazan #03
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6-inch scale (15.24cm)
Made of plastic
From Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope
Collector-grade quality with premium details
Multiple points of articulation
Dr. Evazan figure
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About the Character
Doctor Evazan, also known as Doctor Cornelius Evazan, is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. He first appeared in the original Star Wars film (1977), also known as "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope." Evazan is a notorious and morally dubious character with a disfigured face and a reputation for violence. In the cantina scene on the planet Tatooine, Doctor Evazan, along with his associate Ponda Baba, crosses paths with Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Evazan tries to provoke Luke into a fight but is swiftly incapacitated by Obi-Wan's lightsaber. During this encounter, Evazan boasts about his past criminal activities, claiming to have caused great harm to many people.
About the Company
Hasbro is a multinational toy and entertainment company that has been in operation since 1923. They are known for creating some of the most iconic toys in history, including Mr. Potato Head, G.I. Joe, and My Little Pony. In addition to toys, Hasbro produces a variety of other products, such as board games, movies, and TV shows. They have a wide range of popular franchises under their umbrella, including Transformers, Marvel, and Star Wars. Hasbro is committed to sustainability, implementing eco-friendly practices in their operations and promoting environmental education. With a rich history and continued innovation, Hasbro remains a prominent player in the toy and entertainment industry.