Han Solo Frozen in Carbonite Life-Size Figure

Apr 9, 2014

Category: Living

Han Solo being frozen in carbonite was not only one of the most memorable moments from Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, but one of the biggest moments from the entire 6-movie Star Wars saga. Now you can own your very own, life-size Han Solo frozen in carbonite statue, a perfect piece for any pad.

We’ve seen everything from ice cube trays to work desks, but this is the first time we get a chance to get our hands on a replica of Solo’s frozen corpse. The figure first made its debut in our hometown of San Diego during Comic Con, and since then, Star Wars fans have been impatiently waiting for some sort of official release details. Well that day has finally come, and the ultimate fan can own this 7-foot 6-inch Jabba trophy for the staggering price of $7,000. You didn’t expect it to be cheap did you? Pre-orders for the figure will begin on Thursday, April 10th. There are payment plans available, so don’t give up hope yet. [Purchase]

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