An unofficial plush Yoda doll, purchased online, has allowed fans of Empire Mandalon to compare Dobby to Harry Potter. In the popular Star Wars series, little Yoda – who prefers to be called Grogu by its real name – is perhaps the cutest thing most of us have ever seen, looking like a baby version of the famous Jedi Yoda. The picture of the plush bootleg published on Twitter clearly missed the target by capturing the cute little Grogu, and although it is disappointing for the buyer, the whole situation is very funny.
SMH never order again by desire pic.twitter.com/ e2jmOdy
– Fausto (@_ft69) 24 December 2020
SMH never orders at will again, notes the captions of the original mail that yielded more than 100,000 likes and more than 10,000 retweets in less than 48 hours. Although the color looks perfect, everything in the plush looks much more like a Dobby Harry Potter elf. A tweet underlines this fact with pictures of Dobby and Grogu that they put next to each other, which clearly shows that the doll is much more hers.
POWERFUL : Watch Baby Grogue rock and roll with director Robert Rodriguez in the mandalorian scene.
– Assets (@GoatR2_) 25 December 2020
It’s Dobby, you’re not fooling anyone, Stephen Trejo answered on Twitter with another picture of Dobby. Different response tweets also make the comparison, because you don’t recognize a cuddly doll like Dobby after just one look.
My name is Dobby, you’re not fooling everybody pic.twitter.com/n5wzQi6iyg.
– Steven Trejo (@TreSteven) 26. December 2020.
Other fans see the Plus as a cross between Yoda and Dobby, with a tweet noticing that Harry Potter’s Yoda and Dobby literally look like they’ve had a baby.
It literally looks like Yoda and Dobby got a baby from Harry Potter.
– Feliz-a Navidad (@FelisDeportes) 26 December 2020
You can also compare Yogurt, a parody of Yoda played by Mel Brooks in the 1987 sci-fi comedy Spaceballs, to other unflattering characters. This includes a tweet that says the Lmao yogurt could be #space balls.
Lmao can be a good yogurt #spaceballspic.twitter.com/HbWmwAbfk3
– David (@DaveedTheDude) 26. December 2020
This Mf resembles Dr. Ouse of the Power Rangers, another tweet says he is a villain of the Mighty Morphin Rangers: Movie.
Sounds like Dr. Ooze from Power Rangers pic.twitter.com/25S5CUBt2N.
– ✞LA♛FAMILIA✞ (@unafamilia97) 25 December 2020
Worse, it’s not the only ugly plush grogue out there, because there’s another smuggled doll, Lauren C.’s, on the market. Maya, went on Twitter to show off a Yoda doll she bought on eBay that doesn’t look good either.
Or never order on EBay pic.twitter.com/Wt96AvLp7u.
– Lauren s. Maya (@sparkleglamgrl) 26 December 2020
Yoda dolls and other collectibles based on the Mandalorian shooting star are not new. When the series debuted at Disney+ last year, the appearance of Grogu was a complete surprise, as the maker Jon Favreau insisted that Disney take its time with the merchandising to not spoil the moment. This means that no official Baby Yoda merchandise will be distributed before the end of last year’s holiday season, resulting in an influx of pirate merchandise that dominated the 2019 holiday season.
The good news is that Star Wars fans can now find many officially licensed Baby Yoda products. But given what we’ve seen today, it’s probably best to keep it at established retailers and keep your Wish Grogu plush. There are many more characters to look forward to in the future. The two seasons of Mandalorian chant are currently fully broadcasted on Disney+, and a third season is already in preparation. A picture of Wish’s weird baby, Yoda, was published by Fausto on Twitter.
Topics: Mandalorian, Little Yoda, Star Wars, Toys, Collectibles
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