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MB-RA-7
Production information
Manufacturer

Arakyd Industries

Model

RA-7 protocol droid

Class

Protocol droid

Technical specifications
Height

1.7 meters

Chronological and political information

MB-RA-7 was an RA-7 protocol droid. It had silver plating and black optics.

Behind the scenes

This droid was made as the Vintage "Death Star Droid" action figure in the '70s.

This droid was first identified by Hasbro, for its new 2008 action figure resculpt, which was used for the "Build-a-Droid" figure. The designation of MB can be traced back to Star Wars illustrator Matt Busch who had drawn "You Can Draw Star Wars" features in Star Wars Kids, where he labeled his artist RA-7 with his initials to give it an identity.[1]

Lego Star Wars made a minifigure of it in the Death Star set released in 2008.

Sources

References

  1. http://mattbusch.com/art.htm

This article uses material from the "MB-RA-7" article on the Starwars wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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