This smaller Captain Cassian Andor is exclusive to Walmart, and includes a swell three-piece weapon that serves as a pistol or a rifle. It also has a head sculpt that looks great with stubble that could maybe look great if you painted it better. I like this one a bunch. Read on!
As a kid, one of the things that always confused me was the make-up of the Ewoks cartoon TV series action figure line. Why would there be only 6 figures, only 2 of which were regulars and heroes? A line with 4 Dulok villains seemed odd, and when I saw the second series prototypes a few years later I was even more confused - where's Teebo? Where's Kneesaa? How could Chituhr be more popular?
Well, the Star Wars Collectors Archive may have found part of the answer. In an article Unknown Ewoks: Unearthed Figures from the Animated Series, we see four unproduced Ewoks from that era. These characters were largely more important to the series and the brief marketing juggernaut of Ewok licensed products in that era. Perhaps Star Wars could have had a presence for a few more years were these made instead - I remember seeing pegs upon pegs of unsold Duloks (and the occasional Logray) at Kay-Bee toy stores for $1 each for quite some time, and while I did buy Logray on sight I never saw Wicket. (Or, as Droids went, R2-D2 and C-3PO.)
Walmart's exclusive 3 3/4-inch Scarif Stormtrooper is pretty good. I've seen quite a few around in the last couple of days, and that means - I assume - there's an ample supply. It has thigh swivels, a cool blaster, and some excellent battle damage - did you get yours yet, and should you buy a bunch? Read on!
Currently exclusive to Kmart, Jyn Erso has not only an exclusive base, but an exclusive figure with unique accessories. You won't find this costume anywhere else at this scale just yet, and there's no companion figure just yet. Is it worth tracking down one of the twelve remaining Kmarts to find this figure? Read on!
Hey kids, it's Director Krennic! The 6-inch figure has a cool gun, a nice cape, and a surprisingly good sculpt. He's also showing up a lot more lately - you might find this one in stores now! Read on.
This 6-inch 501st Legion Clone Trooper is in a gift set at Entertainment Earth right now! It's pretty amazing - the damage deco is some of Hasbro's best, and the blue markings are indeed blue. Read on for more!
This 6-inch C-3PO just hit this year, sporting a red arm from The Force Awakens. There are two flavors of cherry arms - this is the brighter of the two. There's one with two golden arms exclusive to Walgreens, hitting wider distribution as I type this. Have you found yours yet? Should you get this one? Read on!
Walmart's 6-inch Scarif Stormtrooper is a lot like its exclusive 3 3/4-inch version. Heck, it seems if you need one, Walmart.com still has a few. It's a nice figure, with good deco, and you probably wish you could get more of it. Such is the state of army builders in the Disney era. Read on!
If you IM me regularly throughout the work week, odds are you want a Clone Trooper (442nd Siege Battalion) action figure! This exclusive is at Entertainment Earth right now, and you can buy it as part of a set of 4 figures in a nifty slipcase. If you got Christmas Money to spend, read on!
The reality of the Death Trooper may not be as cool as the mystery box provided to us by the marketing, but the armor design is pretty cool. It has two blasters, Darth Vader's belt buckle, and a height above that of normal troopers. Should you pick up this 6-inch Imperial trooper? I assume you already have, but read on!
Captain Cassian Andor is one of the cool new characters in Rogue One, and this version is exclusive to Target. It's an amazing sculpt that really could use a repainted head. It's pretty good otherwise - how many figures have 3-piece blasters? Read on!
Now that I've seen Rogue One, I assume you have too with a look at the 6-inch K-2SO action figure from Hasbro. It's pretty good, and doesn't include a blaster like some early packaged press photos. If you thought he was the best part of the movie, I have little doubt that you'll find him the best action figure. Read on!
But wait, there's more! If you enjoyed the cheap 6-inch figures we found a few months ago, there are now more. The first series was an overseas exclusive with Finn, Kylo Ren, First Order Stormtrooper, First Order Flametrooper, and Darth Vader. The second series showed up at Dollar General, Family Dollar, and the like with Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Kanan Jarrus, and a repack of Darth Vader making his US debut. A new series just hit Big Lots stores in the USA at a mere $6.00 each with the previous series, but also Rey and Darth Maul. If you've missed these so far, they're the same size as your The Black Series collection - just cheaper and with less articulation.
The unfortunately named Hasbro Pulse beats rarely, but when it does we're in for a treat. Today it's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Introduces the Scarif Stormtrooper. You get a look at the three ranks of the trooper, and one wonderful little bit of confirmation:
"You can add the Scarif Stormtrooper to your collection right now with the Star Wars Universe 3.75” 2-pack featuring the Scarif Stormtrooper and Moroff. All three styles of Scarif Stormtrooper will be comprar levitra online available in the 3.75” inch series in the spring. The Scarif Stormtrooper Squad Leader is available right now in our 6-inch Black Series. You can also pick up a 12” Shoretrooper next Spring."
There's no full-size Ziro the Hutt figure yet (just a Fighter Pods figure), but you can get his bartender! The R2-C2 is on sale at Entertainment Earth right now, it's an exclusive, and yeah I work there. So I'm biased. Do you need to get your drink on with a robot? Read on!