Star Wars 6" Black Series 4-LOM & Zuckuss 2 Pack (40th Anniversary)
  • Star Wars 6" Black Series 4-LOM & Zuckuss 2 Pack (40th Anniversary)


    4-LOM AND ZUCKUSS: When Kenner first produced the 4-LOM and Zuckuss figures, the names somehow got reversed. In this Star Wars 2-pack, the original packaging has been recreated, switched names and all.
  • Wave: Amazon

    Year: 2020

    Retail: $49.99 AmazonASIN: B083MMXV5R (#ad)

    Movie: The Empire Strikes Back

    Series: 6" Black Series Group: 40th Anniversary
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ebay Buy It NowAvg: $38.03-$11.97 (-24%)$29.99
Amazon amazon prime$42.54-$7.45 (-15%)$30.71 on Jun 25, 2020
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This 4-LOM & Zuckuss 2 Pack toy was added on May 2020 and also released in 2020 with a retail price of $49.99. It may be harder to find this action figure as it's an exclusive to Amazon. This action figure is part of the Star Wars genre within the 6" Black Series. It can be found online by using the following codes: Amazon ASIN: B083MMXV5R (#ad), and on eBay (#ad). 4-LOM & Zuckuss 2 Pack first appeared in the movie The Empire Strikes Back. With an average selling price of $33.00, this toy is not very valuable as it's selling for less than retail and is trending up. This is a really popular toy with 672 collectors having it in their user collections.

Kenner, the toy company responsible for the original line of "Star Wars" action figures, ran a "Name the Droid" contest in the early 1980s. The contest was a promotion for the release of the action figure of the bounty hunter droid from "The Empire Strikes Back". The droid's original name in the contest was "Zuckuss."

However, there was a mix-up when the action figures were released. The names of two bounty hunter characters, Zuckuss and 4-LOM, were accidentally swapped. The character known as Zuckuss, the insectoid-looking bounty hunter, was mistakenly packaged and labeled as 4-LOM, and vice versa. As a result, the droid character with the protocol droid body and insectoid head, intended to be called Zuckuss, was incorrectly named 4-LOM.

Because of this error, many fans grew up knowing these characters by their incorrect names. It wasn’t until later that Lucasfilm and Kenner corrected the names: 4-LOM is actually the protocol droid with an insectoid head, and Zuckuss is the robed, Gand bounty hunter.

The "Name the Droid" contest is sometimes confused with this name mix-up, but it was separate from the action figure labeling mistake.

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