The first episode in the series, which you can see above, is brilliantly made (amazing disclaimer in the video description: “This video uses special effects. The toys cannot move or talk on their own”). The strange mix of different sizes and styles of figures—from the realistically-sculpted Black Series and Disney “Elite” diecast figures of Jyn, Cassian, and K2SO, to the Director Krennic Funko Pop and Lego Stormtroopers—really works in some funny ways.


But this is a really weird way to start revealing your line of Star Wars toys ahead of the movie. Last year’s “Force Friday” event was just a deluge of information followed by a mad rush to get what was on shelves (and not a lot of it was actually on those shelves), so it’s interesting to see Disney trying something as strange as this for its Rogue One stuff.

The full line of Rogue One toys and merchandise will be revealed soon, ahead of their release on September 30th. More of these “Go Rogue” shorts will be released throughout the month, so expect to see more toys to tempt funds out of your wallet in those, too.