Baby Yoda Toys Coming In Time For Holidays

The interwebs have fallen in love with Baby Yoda (yes, we know it's not actually Baby Yoda). You may be in luck.

Fans of the breakout character from the Disney Plus series "The Mandalorian" have been surprised that there was no merchandise pegged to the character available upon the launch of the show, given that the Christmas shopping season is rapidly approaching. But that's going to change very soon, according to CNBC. It is unclear at the moment where the material will be delivered with as much wisdom as you can promise nothing to your greedy children in Yoda's eyes.

Seriously. How cute is little.... thing? The items aren't on the websites just yet, but the outlet said they could be available "as early as Friday", possibly referring to November 22.

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All kinds of apparel and accessories based on "The Child" will be available to purchase through Amazon (where other Mando merch is already for sale), as well as Zazzle, Target, Kohl's, Macy's, Hot Topic, and Box Lunch. Last year, toymakers also struggled in the absence of a Star Wars movie in theaters and the first USA holiday season without Toys "R" Us, which closed more than 700 stores last year. CNBC reports that "presales for toys and plush will be available in the coming weeks". "It is uncertain when that merchandise will be shipped".

The newest character in the "Star Wars" universe who resembles infamous Jedi master Yoda debuted in the first episode of the new Disney+ show, completely outshining the titular main character played by Pedro Pascal.

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  • Michelle Webb