Star Wars The Black Series Mandalorian The Child Action Figure Review!

If you have been following the new hit series on Disney Plus called the Mandalorian, then you’d know how much people are so in love with this character called “The Child”.

Hasbro came out with a new figure for the Black Series line and we are here to do a quick review of it.


First of all, when our figure came in the mail, we were surprised by how cute and tiny it was! The packaging was so cute, we almost didn’t want to open it.

This figure came with some accessories: a frog and a bowl with food.


Some people are complaining online and gave a bad review of this figure because of how tiny it is. The figure is about 1.1 inches tall. It is even smaller than a Lego minifigure!

Points of Articulation (pose-ability)

Now let’s take a look at the points of articulation of this figure.
This figure has 7 points of articulation: neck, left arm, left hand, right arm, right hand, left foot, right foot.
It uses ball joint type connection for those points of articulation.

Some of the reviews online said that the arms easily come off when you are playing with it. We agree with that assessment. Though this figure has pretty good points of articulation, it is not a very sturdy figure that you can play with.


This figure comes with a bowl with food and a frog. The frog and the bowl with food are even smaller, making it pretty difficult for the figure to hold them.

We did try to put the bowl into his hand and we were successful! Yay!


For a figure this small, the details on it are pretty amazing. We love how the facial expression is pretty accurate and how awesome the quality of the paint job is.

Is it worth the $9.99 price tag on it? We think it’s should be around $7.99. It is definitely a collectible figure that’s worth getting though.

Here are theToyNerd scores for this one:

  • Details: 8 out of 10
  • Pose-ability: 4 out of 10
  • Price Worthiness: 7 out of 10
  • Collect-ability: 9 out 10

What do you guys think of this figure? Comment below!

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