Baby Yoda Toys Are Finally A Thing And Available For Pre-Order
People have bee wowed and amazed by Disney's The Mandalorian, with the TV series being called the best of the year.
While the show focuses on a Bounty Hunter, viewers have been way more concerned with the character that has best been described as Baby Yoda.
Because the character is the most adorable thing to be on our screens since Lassie, everyone wants toys that look like Baby Yoda.
But, for some reason, Disney has been holding out releasing it to the public - which is weird especially in the lead up to Christmas.
However, finally, the good people at Hasbro have unveiled their Baby Yoda toys which come with a small bone broth cup, ball toy, and Sorgan frog.
You'd think something like this would attract a hefty price tag but according to Target, who is taking pre-orders for the toys, you can snap it up for just $USD9.99. That's probably because it's absolutely tiny.
What's more interesting is that Target is calling it The Child, instead of what everyone on the planet has been calling it: Baby Yoda. There's also a 'Posable Action Figure', a plush toy, a Funko POP Figure and an array of other merch that will likely get your Mandalorian impulses pumping.
But don't hold your breath for these to come out any time soon as Target is listing them for release on May 4 - which everyone should know as Star Wars Day.
As we wait for that to arrive, we can all turn our attention to the lords who control the emojis that we use on our smartphones because there's a massive petition asking them to make a Baby Yoda one.
The Change.org petition, which already has more than 20,000 names added to it in its first couple of days, says: "I think Baby Yoda should be an emoji. He stole our hearts and now I want him to steal our keyboard space. Your friend shares a pic of her new born baby?
"Respond with a cute little Baby Yoda emoji to show that you think her little rascal is cute beyond words.
"You're sick and your mom texts you 'do you want some soup?' Respond back with a cute little Baby Yoda to show her that your thirst for soup is insatiable.
"Join me into this movement and let your voices be heard. WE WANT BABY YODA EMOJI!!! Follow me @travbryanmusic on Instagram for updates on petition and my Mandalorian theme song This Is The Way."
The series is set in the Star Wars universe, five years after the events of Return of the Jedi, and follows the adventures of Mandalorian bounty hunter Dyn Jarren.
So far, the it has been a hit, with fans and critics claiming it may very well have saved the Star Wars brand.
Featured Image Credit: Target/Hasbro