The Last Jedi toy line debuted on Force Friday II September 1, 2017 world wide. Instead of including build-a-weapon parts or oversized fantasty type weapons with the figures, Hasbro implemented the FORCE LINK feature which made figures talk and gave creatures and vehicles sounds. The sound feature could be activated via the FORCE LINK wrist band, which includes a sensor and a speaker.
For The Last Jedi toys Hasbro removed the NERF shooting mechanism from the previous Rogue One toy line and instead of giving pilot figures simple yellow visors Hasbro replaced them with see-through versions and a fully sculpted face behind it.
The Last Jedi toy line finally included a Luke Skywalker (Jedi Master) 3.75" action figure, which fans had been waiting for for over 2.5 years, and it gave collectors and fans the first version of a Porg action figure!
Here is a look at single carded Star Wars action figures from The Last Jedi toy line. Every figure in the basic assortment was FORCE LINK enabled and the series included figures from different Star Wars movies.
Hasbro released two different Force Link Starter Sets during The Last Jedi toy line in Fall of 2017. One, which included Kylo Ren, was available at all retail stores and the other was exclusively available at Toys'R'Us stores. The Toys'R'Us Force Link Starter Set cost $5 more than the regular version, but it included two instead of one figure.
Hasbro released a variety of 2-packs in the The Last Jedi toy line. Figures packed-in were based on various Star Wars media, not just The Last Jedi.
The Last Jedi Class A assortment had a MSRP of $19.99 and included 3.75" Star Wars figures which were bundled together with creatures or droids.
The Last Jedi Class B assortment had a MSRP of $29.99 and included 3.75" Star Wars figures which were bundled together with vehicles. The figures and the vehicles were Force Link enabled.
The Last Jedi Class C assortment included 3.75" Star Wars figures which were bundled together with vehicles and had a MSRP of $39.99. The figures and the vehicles were Force Link enabled.
The Last Jedi Class D assortment had a MSRP of $49.99 and included unique 3.75" Star Wars figures. The figures and the vehicles were Force Link enabled.
Here is a look at Star Wars figures which were released in multipacks in The Last Jedi toy line.
Here is a look at the two The Last Jedi figures which were packed-in with the BB-8 Playset.
Out of 68 figures released 24 were exclusives, which shows a focus of 35.29% on exclusives and 64.71% on regularly available figures. Retail stores which sold exclusive Star Wars figures included Entertainment Earth, Kohl's, Target, Toys'R'Us and Walmart. One or more figures were also sold at a variety of stores outside of the United States.
If you have purchased one of each figure pictured here on this page when it was released at regular MSRP in the United States, or one of each multipack / convention exclusive, you've spent a total of $927.60. This averages out to $13.64 per figure.
|1||The Phantom Menace||1.47%|
|1||Attack Of The Clones||1.47%|
|2||Revenge Of The Sith||2.94%|
|2||A New Hope||2.94%|
|5||Empire Strikes Back||7.35%|
|5||Return Of The Jedi||7.35%|
|3||The Force Awakens||4.41%|
|46||The Last Jedi||67.65%|
|3||Rogue One: A Star Wars Story||4.41%|
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