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Funko POP! Star Wars: The Mandalorian - The Client

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Funko POP! Star Wars: The Mandalorian - The Client
Regular price $7.99
Regular price $13.99 Sale price $7.99
Shipping calculated at checkout.


The Funko POP! Star Wars: The Mandalorian - The Client is a high-quality vinyl collectible that features the character "The Client" from the popular television series "The Mandalorian" in the Star Wars franchise. It stands at approximately 10 centimeters tall and has a cute and stylized appearance, with big expressive eyes and a bobblehead body.

"The Client" is portrayed by German actor Werner Herzog and is one of the main antagonists in the series. He is a former officer of the Galactic Empire who now works as an independent contractor and is often seen giving orders to the main characters in pursuit of capturing the "Child", also known as "Baby Yoda".

This Funko POP! is a must-have for fans of Star Wars and "The Mandalorian". With its detailed finish and vibrant colors, this collectible is perfect for display in your collection or as a gift for a fan of the franchise.

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