A Look At Hasbro's Potential New Non-Plastic Window Packaging For The Star Wars Black Series Line

Jay Cochran - March 19, 2021
You may recall back in 2019 Hasbro announced an initiative to remove all plastic from their product packaging for environmental reasons. This would include the clear plastic front currently featured on most of their 6" action figure lines. The goal was to have this accomplished by 2022.

Well now it seems the folks at Yakface have gotten wind of a survey they are conducting with select participants getting their opinions on three different options we might see done with the 6" Black Series Star Wars line. Shown below are images of the three choices the participants have to choose from.

I am not entirely sure who the actual participants for this survey are, but my guess they are select Hasbro retail partners.

From the three choices shown below, it looks as if the clear plastic has been removed completely on two of the three options. One of the choices looks to have a much smaller clear plastic window on the front so you can still see the figure inside a little bit.





Let us know in the COMMENTS, which option you would prefer to see Hasbro go with. If we learn of any similar survey's being conducted specifically for the Marvel Legends line we will be sure to let you know.



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Jake_Botts - 2019-08-22 @ 2:35 pm
10 hours ago, 80sboy4 said:

I ultimately don't mind but how will collectable figures like G1 reissues or Star Wars Vintage/Retro series be handled, you would think maybe things like these may get an exception? Just wonder going forward how all this will turn out.

I think were all asking that question given Hasbro had no replacement packaging to display or describe

80sboy4 - 2019-08-22 @ 3:45 am

I ultimately don't mind but how will collectable figures like G1 reissues or Star Wars Vintage/Retro series be handled, you would think maybe things like these may get an exception? Just wonder going forward how all this will turn out.

Neovorticism2 - 2019-08-22 @ 3:13 am

IMHO Hasbro's is just boasting, as always.

Satam - 2019-08-22 @ 2:43 am
45 minutes ago, scruffy_nerd said:

There are corn based plastics that are biodegradable so I wouldn't think much would change. it would be just be more environmentally conscious.  

Corn "plastics" typically don't stand up well to even minimal heat, so there could be a major problem during shipping if this is the route they go.  The alternative of a solid cardboard box with just a picture of the toy is also undesirable.

scruffy_nerd - 2019-08-22 @ 1:54 am

There are corn based plastics that are biodegradable so I wouldn't think much would change. it would be just be more environmentally conscious.  

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