New creatures and characters, and a few other items, have just landed in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland. Five new plush, a Mandalorian mug, and two Boba Fett toys are now available. Let’s take a look!
Tooka-Cat — $49.99
The Tooka-Cat has a mouth that opens when its front legs are extended.
Tooka-Cats inhabit various planets throughout the galaxy. The carnivores are found in many color variations. This one is mostly blue.
The Tooka-Cat features electric sounds. The batteries are replaceable.
Directions and batteries are included.
Lava Meerkat — $34.99
The Lava Meerkat lives on Nevarro, which was most recently featured on The Mandalorian.
The Lava Meerkat has a long tail and paw pads.
The plush is able to be posed in a variety of positions.
He’s cute, but those nails look sharp.
Touching the Lava Meerkat’s head activates its sounds.
Three new plush characters are available at Toydarian Toymaker.
Dok-Ondar Plush — $22.99
Normally, visitors to Batuu buy items from Dok-Ondar. The tables have turned. Visitors can now buy Dok-Ondar himself!
Dok-Ondar wears a hooded robe, a vest, and a blue sash.
Jar Jar Binks Plush — $22.99
Jar Jar Binks was a central figure in Star Wars: Episode One — The Phantom Menace. The bumbling Gungan is now available as an adorable plush.
Jar Jar sure looks happy.
Darth Maul Plush — $22.99
One of the most intimidating Star Wars villains has also received the plush treatment. Darth Maul holds his dual-bladed lightsaber.
Mandalorian Mythosaur Skull Mug — $24.99
The Mandalorian Mythosaur skull mug is perfect for your favorite beverage, including blue or green milk.
The mug has an embossed Mandalore: Outer Rim logo.
Boba Fett Mask — $34.99
The Boba Fett mask features authentic sounds and a voice changer.
The antenna also rotates into viewfinder position.
Boba Fett Jetpack — $49.99
Be careful with this jetpack. One misfire and you could end up in the Sarlacc pit.
The jetpack has sound effects, lights, and a launching missile.
Will you be adding any of these new Galaxy’s Edge items to your collection? Tell us about your favorites in the comments.