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This Corran Horn figure was released as a Walmart exclusive in August 2009 together with astromech droid R2 Whistler. Corran comes with an X-Wing helmet which features his unique markings and fits very well over his head. In addition to the X-Wing helmet - the figure came with a blue lightsaber (non-removable blade) - a lightsaber hilt - and a blaster. Both lightsabers fit well into Corran's hands and the lightsaber hilt can be plugged into Corran Horn's belt. The blaster is pre-attached when you take the figure out of the packaging - and you might want to keep it that way because it sits a bit loose in his hands without the little plastic rubber band.
The cable running from Corran Horn's chestbox into the suit can be detached from the suit - but not from the actual chestbox. The chestbox is permanently attached to the suit. The figure has 14 joints - including a ball-jointed upper torso and ball-jointed ankles. The joints seem a bit stiff - but once you move them around a bit they should loosen up a bit. There are no balancing issues and the paint application is basic - but gets the job done. The face sculpt looks quite nice - no complaints there. All things considered - this is a cool - super articulated Corran Horn figure and if you are into the X-Wing Rogue Squadron stories - or the I - Jedi novel - this figure is for you!
From the book I - Jedi! Rogue Squadron pilot Corran Horn searches for his wife who has disappeared while on a covert mission to track down pirates. The Force-sensitive Horn is accompanied on his quest by his astromech droid R2 Whistler - who has programs useful in detective work - escape and evasion.