This Proxy action figure was released in a Toys'R'Us exclusive multipack in May of 2010. The holodroid can be seen in The Force Unleashed video game series.
Proxy has 14 joints, including swivel joints in the neck, shoulders, wrists, waist and legs. The elbows, knees and ankles are ball-jointed. Despite the petite nature of the droid, the figure stands quite securely on its own. Proxy has about the correct height, and stands a little shorter when compared to Starkiller. There were no accessories or weapons included with this figure.
The paint application on Proxy is nicely done and matches the character from The Force Unleashed overall pretty well. The figure's mold is well done as well, showing cables running down in the back of the neck, and lots of details on Proxy's entire body, back and front. All things considered, this Proxy action figure turned out very well, and since this character gets a lot of screen time in the video game, it's a very welcome addition to The Force Unleashed line-up of action figures.
This prototype holodroid has been Galen Marek's companion for many years. PROXY is a one-of-a-kind droid that uses advanced hologram technology and built-in servos to alter his appearance, becoming virtually anyone.