It's Dengar from 2008! Here, Hasbro took an existing figure and applied Marvel coloring, giving you the finest Dengar 2003 had to offer in the weirdest colors 1981 had to offer. And the end result? Not bad. Read on!
It's the newest version of C-3PO from Hasbro's The Vintage Collection! Said to be the first figure they designed with digital sculpting techniques, the figure has several removable panels and more articulation than any other movie 3PO yet. How is he? Read on!
There weren't a lot of movie-authentic options for Darth Maul. You can have his robes on, or off.. and if they're on, you can have the hood up if you want. This one came with a Sith Attack Speeder vehicle which was a neat Mini-Rigs concept. Should you get the figure? Read on!
I define Leesub Sirln as "too obscure." Why? In the 1990s when she got a trading card made of her, everybody I asked told me they were pretty sure it was an airbrushed original design created just for Decipher's Premiere Edition of the Customizable Card Game. What say you? Read on!
Hey, another Clone Trooper! This one has a removable helmet and 501st-esque detailing, and was sold in the Previews (and later Toys "R" Us) exclusive Battlefront II gift packs. Those are pretty nice sets-- but how is this figure? Read on!
So it's come to this, another Emperor Palpatine repaint. This one came in the Crimson Empire boxed set with Royal Guard trainees and Darth Vader-- maybe you bought it, maybe you didn't. Should you? Read on!
It's Clone Trooper Jesse, a sort of a new mold as figures go. It's the new, Stone-style body but it has ball-jointed hips-- a first for this particular Clone mold. This puts him up there with ARF Troopers, but is it good enough to rebuy a BARC Speeder? Read on!
I can usually find some good in most figures, but this Luke Skywalker is easily one of Hasbro's all-time worst. And this isn't just Star Wars, but their entire plastic output. Just look at the inset of Luke's head-- you know this is going to suck, so read on!
It's another Battle Droid! Hasbro cranked out so many different versions of this character that you could build an army without buying a single duplicate. This red version came out during the coinful batch of Saga Legends... should you get it? Scientists weigh in today, so read on!
For years, fans have been wondering when Hasbro would give us Jodo Kast, and when we finally got one in 2008, we wanted to know when we'd get a good one. Well, here it is! The Kmart exclusive figure has a removable helmet and a nice paint job. Should you get one? Read on!