Once a solitary bounty hunter, the Mandalorian warrior now walks forth always followed by his so-called foundling, an apprentice under his care until adulthood, with whom he must act as a father. Going back to the streets of the city of Nevarro, he goes on with his small protégé in his Repulsorlift cradle in a bit cleaner and safer streets, but ready for any situation, the hunter always wields the legendary Darksaber, created by Tarre Vizsla, the first Mandalorian to enter the Jedi Order, ready to face pirates looking for trouble or any other threats! Iron Studios bring the statue "Din Djarin and Din Grogu - The Mandalorian - Art Scale 1/10", with the beloved Mando and his Baby Yoda, as he is popularly known, inspired by the third season of the successful Star Wars Spin-Off show on streaming service Disney+, in which the journey of the Mandalorian Din Djarin with Grogu throughout the galaxy continues.
The Mandalorian is a type of space western, with three complete seasons, set between the fall of the Empire after episode VI and the emergence of a New Order presented in episode VII in the movies. Created by Jon Favreau, actor, director, and screenwriter responsible for the work in the Iron Man trilogy in the movies, the show presents the saga of a bounty hunter acting as a reluctant hero, protecting a seemingly fragile creature that was supposed to be his target, and together they become persecuted by many forces of the fallen Empire and bounty hunters that seek to capture Grogu, the child that was kindly nicknamed by the audiences as Baby Yoda. With the mission of delivering Grogu to his people, the Jedi, Din Djarin, the bounty hunter also known by his nickname Mando, goes in search for other Mandalorians that he believes can help them. Answering to a call for help from Grogu, Master Luke Skywalker traveled in his classic starfighter X-Wing to the light cruiser of the villain Moff Gideon that had captured him. Next to his old friend, the droid R2-D2, Luke arrived and aided in the rescue. Luke and R2 met Grogu and his guardian Din Djarin alongside his allies. Skywalker then became the new guardian of the child who would train as his apprentice. Then, Grogu spent a while training with Skywalker, who felt that the child’s heart was not set in learning the Jedi path. Grogu chose to return to Djarin who adopted him as his son, now called Din Grogu.
Revealed on the Inside Iron Studios Day of October, Din Djarin and Din Grogu are already available for Pre-Order, and add to the Iron Studios collection that bring the most iconic characters from the Star Wars franchise in the movies and spin-off shows. Check out the most recent releases from Iron Studios such as "Ahsoka Tano Deluxe - Ahsoka series - Art Scale 1/10" and much more. Soon more news and other statues from this universe in a galaxy far, far away.