4-LOM 4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro The Black Series Action Figure

A rusty droid with insectile features, 4-LOM was originally a protocol droid, but logic glitches allowed him to escape his programming and become a bounty hunter. That proved a perfect occupation for the cold, calculating mechanical.

The 4-LOM action figure featured on this page was a character debut packed in case assortment that also included the Qi'ra (Corellia) character debut. The assortment had a street release set for April 13, 2018 as part of the Solo: A Star Wars Story product roll out, however many retailers disregarded the warnings on the shipping boxes and released their inventory as early as a month before slated release.

4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro
4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro
4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro   

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4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro
4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro4-LOM - The Black Series 6-inch action figure from Hasbro   

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Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Source: Solo
Year: 2018
Original Retail Price: $19.99
Assortment Number: E1207/B3834
SKU: 6 30509 67740 5

What's In The Box?
  • 4-LOM Action Figure
  • DLT-19 Blaster Rifle

Photography & Text by D. Martin Myatt

Page built by Adam Lamping


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