Toynk continues to be the best place offering some awesome-looking collectibles to numerous fans. If you’re in need of more The Mandalorian swag, Toynk has you covered. The latest licensed collectibles include a Cog Medal Necklace and The Child Enamel Pin.
The official name of the enamel pin, over at Toynk.com, is ‘Star Wars The Mandalorian The Child Eating Frog Enamel Collectible Pin’ and it’s quite cute. It will cost you $9.99. This item comes with a Star Wars The Mandalorian branded cardboard backer for your display needs.
Just look at how tiny and adorable it is!
The second latest collectible is the Cog Medal Necklace. This piece will cost you $49.99. Cosplayers are going to be interested in this one. It features a durable base metal with a brass colored finish. It comes with a Mandalorian-themed box.
We are anxiously waiting for The Mandalorian Season 2 to premiere on Disney+ this October. Make sure to read our episode reviews of the first season. The show stars Pedro Pascal as the lead and we all know about how The Child (or as the fandom likes to call said being, Baby Yoda) captured the hearts of people around the world.
For those interested in knowing about other The Child-centric merchandise, you should consider reading our merch updates. While certain items are a bit questionable, there’s surely a lot for fans of The Child to collect.
According to reports, The Mandalorian Season 2 will have Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano (a fan-favorite character from Star Wars lore). Temuera Morrison has been cast as Boba Fett. Katee Sackhoff will play Bo-Katan Kryze (a character from the animated series The Clone Wars and Rebels). Timothy Olyphant will play Cobb Vanth.
With new characters being introduced in the live-action series, I look forward to them showing up in merchandising material too.
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