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Ahsoka Tano Featured on ‘The Mandalorian’ Pinball Machine

Ahsoka joins Din Djarin, Grogu, and other fan favourites in Randy Martinez's incredible hand-drawn artwork.

From Funko Pop! figures to apparel, from Grogu dolls to jewellery, the Emmy Award-winning series The Mandalorian has proved to be a massive hit with Star Wars fans and collectors alike. And now, that corner of the galaxy far, far away has been immortalised in Stern Pinball’s new line of Mandalorian-inspired pinball machines, which feature audio, video, and music from the series, exclusive custom speech performed by actor Carl Weathers (Greef Karga), and original artwork by illustrator Randy Martinez.

These limited-edition pinball machines are available in three models – Pro, Premium, and Limited Edition – and highlight some of the series’ most memorable scenes and characters, including the adorable Grogu and our very own Ahsoka Tano; Snips can be spotted on the machines’ cabinets, backglasses, and playfields.

In his interview with, artist Randy Martinez talked about his inspiration for the machines’ cabinet art: Old “Spaghetti Western” posters and films, which is evident in the rich colour palette and bold expressive style used in his artwork for all three models. Martinez also created the art package for the Mando-themed playfield and worked with the Stern Pinball creative team to design an action-packed pinball quest which is bound to blow players away.

If you’d like to learn more about this new line of Mandalorian-inspired pinball machines, visit Stern Pinball or check out’s interview with Martinez and the rest of the creative team.


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Kelly M is an avid Star Wars fan originally from Gibraltar but now living in The Netherlands. Her fandom interests include the prequel trilogy and the Star Wars animated series, particularly The Bad Batch and The Clone Wars. She is the admin and chief content creator for All Things Omega and All Things Ahsoka.
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