Another 6-inch figure you probably haven't found at retail at all is the AT-AT Driver from last year. It's pretty great - lots of detail, lots of buttons, lots of articulation. It'll be perfect for that 6-inch scale AT-AT being made by nobody ever. Read on!
If you enjoy life, you'll probably want Sabine Wren. This 6-inch action figure is a Rebel Mandalorian artist with four accessories and some amazing paint operations on her armor. And working holsters. And a removable helmet with an articulated rangefinder - even Boba and Jango don't have that. Read on!
Still hard to find, the Snowtrooper has barely showed up in any stores - but you can get it online. It has two blasters and just enough mud on his boots that I assume you're going to dig it. I'd love it if you could army build it, but that seems unlikely right now. Read on!
While the line was small, Rogue One brought us a lot of really cool figures last year like this Scarif Stormtrooper Squad Leader. The 6-inch figure has a lot of color, plenty of articulation, and just enough paint on the gun to be interesting. Read on!
This bigger Baze Malbus figure is in circulation now - if you're lucky enough to find one. (Just get it online.) It has a huge gun and great articulation, plus rather large hair. There's also an easily lost accessory in the mix! You know you want one - read on.
If you aren't yet sick of seeing the Imperial Death Trooper figures, Target has one too - theirs is in a gift set with a figure you want and another figure you already have. This 6-inch trooper has distinctive gear over its armor, which means it's the version you want. Read on!
Hey, it's R5-K6! The red robot is a new mold only seen at Toys R Us so far - but R5-D4 is coming next. Should you get it? I hope you already did - they're starting to vanish from Toys R Us in my neck of the woods already. Read on!
If you love The Black Series 6-inch action figures, goodish news - you don't have a lot new to buy. Most of the figures from the non-vintage packaging were revealed at Comic-Con last year in San Diego, so the most interesting things here are packaged samples of Hera Syndulla, Qui-Gon Jinn, Lando Calrissian, the Emperor's Royal Guard, and of course the Tusken Raider.
While at Toy Fair, Hasbro neglected to mention its core 3 3/4-inch line in the presentation. At all. There wasn't even a nod to it, but product is expected for The Last Jedi and there was more shown in the booth than we've seen previously. While rumors swirl around the next batch of the Death Trooper, Shoretrooper, Lt. Sefla, Admiral Raddus, Galen Erso, and Fenn Rau, I didn't hear or overhear much during my brief time in the showrooms.
If you're a fan of the Imperial Death Trooper, you have many options. 3 3/4-inch figure collectors have four different versions from which to choose so far, this being the latest of them with special ops gear and a big retractable claw weapon. It's neat. Read on!
If you're very old, you may remember Hasbro's Titanium Series Forged Figures a few years ago - die-cast metal (and plastic) figures packaged in plastic domes for about $15. The format is back, taking a cue from Unleashed and the 3 3/4-inch 2002 Saga line with swooshes and blast effects - and cool display stands. Hasbro says:
STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES 3.75-INCH TITANIUM SERIES Figure Assortment
(Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $14.99/Available: Spring 2017)
This highly detailed scale of action figures allows fans to recreate epic scenes from STAR WARS EPISODE IV: A NEW HOPE. Inspired by the 40th Anniversary of the first STAR WARS film, each iconic figure represents a notable character, including DARTH VADER, HAN SOLO, LUKE SKYWALKER, PRINCESS LEIA, and OBI-WAN KENOBI, in impeccable movie-real design. Each figure features a dynamic, double-sided backdrop and character-specific accessory, allowing fans to recreate iconic moments. Even better, collect each individual backdrop to piece together a bigger STAR WARS scene. Each figure sold separately. Available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com.