Baby Yoda Funko Pop figures are now available for pre-order

Mattel has also unveiled an 11-inch Baby Yoda plush toy

The wait for a proper Baby Yoda toy is finally over.

On Tuesday, December 3rd, Funko has unveiled its Baby Yoda Pop! vinyl figure, which comes in two sizes: the standard 3 ¾-inch figure and the supersized 10-inch figure. Just like other Funko Pop! figurines, each of these Baby Yoda toys come packaged in a window display box.

The collectible figures are now available for pre-order at Entertainment Earth and Walmart. The standard size Baby Yoda figure retails for $10.99 at Entertainment Earth and $8.78 at Walmart. The supersized Baby Yoda figure, on the other hand, sells for $34.99 at Entertainment Earth and $29.96 on Walmart. Shipment from both retailers is slated for May 2020 but is subject to change.

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Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Child Pop! Vinyl Figure

Available in standard and super sizes, this adorable Baby Yoda toy is a figurine of The Child character in the Disney+ web series The Mandalorian

$10.99 - 34.99

If the Funko Pop figures are not enough to satiate your obsession with all things Baby Yoda, you’re in luck, because Mattel has also released an 11-inch Baby Yoda plush toy. Now available for pre-order at Entertainment Earth and Walmart for $24.99, the Baby Yoda plush toy features a roto-vinyl head, sparkling glass eyes, and a soft body with a sturdy bean-filled base. It also comes packaged in a hover crib similar to the character’s crib seen on the Disney+ series The Mandalorian.

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Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Child 11-Inch Plush

This huggable plush toy features a roto-vinyl head, sparkling glass eyes, and a soft body with a sturdy bean-filled base

$24.99

Though called Baby Yoda, the show’s early favorite is actually not the baby form of the iconic Jedi Master Yoda. Instead, Baby Yoda, referred to as The Child on The Mandalorian, is just a younger version of the same species. And though Baby Yoda looks small and tiny, he’s technically not a baby anymore, as he’s already 50 years old. That age, however, is still young, considering the real Yoda passed away at the age of 900.

A new episode of The Mandalorian airs every Friday on Disney+.