I got an email about this tonight too but can't figure out when they got this license...
Weird stuff as there are two scales, 30mm and 70mm... 70's getting nearer to figure scale, and the Han comes complete with an alcove/seat and table, but 70mm is still pretty undersized for figures (I know some would've been curious). 90mm is much closer.
These are more a collectible than a gaming piece I think... The prices are probably relatively high. They're also considered kits too, kinda like the big boxed figures WEst End Games made like Jabba the Hutt (who I was just looking at last night. I LOVED WEG Minis... nobody did minis like WEG did them).
I'm really surprised a company is doing Star Wars miniatures in cast metals though... Especially after cheap mass-market minis did fairly dismally despite a certain ammount of customizability with them even if their paint aps sucked nut.
Their stuff looks insanely detailed though, so they're probably going after the very niche "miniature figure model kit" market, which is out and about, but which is definitely a small group. It's a shame they weren't doing 90mm figures... I'd be all over those, simply as a complement to the basic figure line.
For people curious about prices, the figures in the 70mm scale range from around $70 to $140-ish. Yup.
The 30mm figures are more around $20-ish... Not as bad. But these really are pricey if you had gaming in mind at all, haha. I'll stick with WOTC army builders I guess.