Star Wars - Slave Leia In Her Metal Bikini - Mini Bust

Source: Entertainment Earth

Star Wars Slave Leia in Metal Bikini Mini Bust

Princess Leia showing off some skin!
Statue of Leia in a bikini as Jabba the Hutt's slave.
One hot Star Wars: Return of the Jedi collectible.
Show her off to your friends!

Princess Leia is showing off some skin! Cast in high-quality polystone resin, no detail was overlooked in creating this marvelous statue of Leia Organa from Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi. Witness the costume details, Leia's braids, and the arduously fashioned Vibro Ax in our princess' hands. The strictly limited edition collectible comes hand numbered, complete with a matching certificate of authenticity. Buy this and show off Leia to your friends!

The release of 1983's Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi saw Princess Leia Organa captured by Jabba the Hutt and forced to wear the now famous "Metal Bikini" that has become a cultural icon, one that has inspired fan websites and seen numerous modern film and TV references. As it turns out, that bikini was the last thing Jabba ever saw! The Slave Leia in Metal Bikini mini bust measures 7-inches tall, with her weapon measuring 10-inches tall.

Coming In August 2010! Order Yours Today For Only $59.99!

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