We may have more questions than answers – right now – about what was happening in those years between Star Wars: Episode III and Star Wars: Episode IV. Here’s one more question to throw upon the pile: What’s up with the U-Wing? This troop transport looks something like an A-Wing fighter, but with an additional forward-swooping wingspan. Is it heavy and slow like a Y-Wing? Quick and poorly armored, like an A-Wing? Able to carry huge loads of bombs, like a B-Wing? Or versatile and capable of light-speed, like an X-Wing? And, what in the world happened to it to make it disappear from action before the Battle of Yavin?
Whatever the case, you can take part of the action and help bring the Empire down a peg or two with the Hasbro Star Wars Rogue One Rebel U-Wing Fighter Vehicle. Complete with two Nerf-firing cannons and projectiles, you’ll be picking TIE Fighters off like a pro. With swinging wings that retract for flight and battle action – much like an X-Wing – you can chase down your adversaries or sneak into places where rebels shouldn’t be. It even comes with Captain Cassian Andor, a guy you’ve never heard of but will soon know a lot about.
In many ways, the opening of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is more exciting than Star Wars: The Force Awakens, bringing us deeper into the story that we already know and love, as well as showing us what potential Disney has for these “Star Wars Stories” of theirs. It’s time to Go Rogue. New Star Wars Rogue One items are live now on Entertainment Earth!