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First look at the sweet new ‘Rogue One’ Star Wars toys coming out

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In 76 days, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story premieres in U.S. theaters. Disney and Lucasfilm have already released several trailers, which we’ve watched countless times to extract as much as we can from every second of footage shown.

As part of its global UGC contest called #GoRogue, Disney sent over a box full of upcoming Rogue One action figures and toys for Mashable to check out. (Disclosure: Disney didn’t sponsor or pay us to get excited about the toys, we’re just geeks and huge Star Wars fans so the gushing came naturally.)

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