THE BEST Baby Yoda

Baby Yoda Chia Pet

Baby Yoda Chia Pet

Take your love for The Child from The Mandalorian and channel it into nurturing a living thing. NECA did a great job capturing the adorable and mysterious creature as he peers out from his floating terracotta baby stroller, nestled among a blanket of greenery. Pre-order now. Shipping starts 7.2020.

Teen Yoda

Teen Yoda

16 years have passed and Baby Yoda is no longer the adorable child he was playing with the controls aboard the Razor Crest. He’s now an angsty, sulking goth teenager… and Mando has a real dad bod. See how this scenario plays out in AOK’s animated parody.

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The Child Animatronic

The Child Animatronic

During Toy Fair 2020, Gizmodo got an up-close look at Hasbro’s awesome Baby Yoda animatronic toy. The $60 plush figure can move its head, wiggle its hears, open and close its big eyes, and makes adorable sounds. Available for pre-order now, with shipping December 2020. The high tech bassinet is sadly not included.

The Child Life-size Figure

The Child Life-size Figure

Reportedly, the actual Baby Yoda puppet used in The Mandalorian cost millions, so the $350 price tag on Sideshow Collectibles‘ lifesize figure of The Child seems like a bargain the Jawas would cut. The 16.5″ tall figure is a perfect likeness of the powerful cutie, and holds a shift knob from the Razor Crest in his right hand. (Thanks Mark!)

Funko Pop! The Child

Funko Pop! The Child

Let the Baby Yoda merchandising commence! Funko celebrates The Mandalorian’s adorable 50-year-old, with both a classic-size Pop! and a near-life-size 10″ tall version. Both are due out Spring 2020, but can be pre-ordered now.

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