And now, back to Mission Series. This new Princess Leia is the first toy of this costume to be sold outside of a boxed set in nearly a decade, meaning she'll probably blow off the shelves in a hurry. Don't miss this one! Read on.
Today in Figure of the Day: the 6-inch Han Solo and Tauntaun! This is a great one. You should get one. It's a new sculpt across the board, and Han looks a lot like the just-releases Mission Series set too. Check it out, read on!
Behold, a new R2-D2! This one is packed with Yoda and sports a retractable arm in a door, plus he has better paint than the last Mission Series 2-pack release. They fixed his bald spot! Since you want to know more, read on.
These 2-packs are great! The new Yoda has separately jointed legs, a cane, and a lamp. We don't get many new The Empire Strikes Back Yodas, and now we've got three in the last year! This one comes with R2-D2. Read on!
The new TIE Pilot came out single-carded last month, and I just got a box in the mail yesterday with it repacked in a 2-pack with a Stormtrooper. (Smart move, Hasbro!) This means you can get this figure - it also means we've got another 2-3 weeks of FOTD ahead of us, so strap in and read on!
Check out Commander Bly, the odd man out in the Endor wave of Saga Legends. He doesn't have the brown stripe, he doesn't have a round peg on his binoculars, but he is pretty cheap - so why not read this review?
Check out the Jedi Temple Guard, a live-action style figure from The Clone Wars that's part of the Star Wars Rebels Saga Legends collection. It's in stores now if you can find it, and you should make the attempt to find one. Read on!
While its namesake may inspire giggles, the AT-DP Driver is a pretty great figure. It's a new character in a new costume, for a new vehicle, and it's only about six bucks when you can find one. The color isn't perfect, but the amount of paint and added detail is excellent. Read on!
Check out the new 2015 AT-AT Driver! With 5 points of articulation it's really an ideal figure for the vintage 1980 and the POTF2-era AT-AT vehicles, thanks to his lack of knees. Detail is pretty good, and if you get this one you can save your Saga Collection and Vintage Collection releases for the new, big, fancier AT-ATs. Read on!
Rounding out the latest - and hopefully not last - wave of Saga Legends, we look at Han Solo (Endor) before turning back to the last couple of waves next week. Han has 5 points of articulation and brings back the plastic jacket - most of the figures have had cloth ones. This Han has no holster, but it's pretty swell all the same. Read on!
Today we look at a Biker Scout, a 5-jointed figure packed with Wicket in the popular Mission Series line. He has a working holster, and can also sit on a Speeder Bike in the same manner of the 1983 original. It's pretty cool - want to know more? Read on!
A character that gets a lot of marketing love, but not a lot of collector love, is Wicket W. Warrick. He's had several unique action figures since 1984 plus a whole mini-toyline aimed at preschoolers, and now he's back as a figure that feels and plays like something that would have been obscenely expensive in 1983 - but is $10, and comes with a free Biker Scout. It's been 5 years since the last Wicket, are we ready for a new one? Read on!
Check out Princess Leia (Endor)! This new-for-2015 figure is a new sculpt entering circulation today with a cool blaster, working holster, and a slightly shorter stature. I really like it - I think you will too. Read on!
The seemingly now endless parade of Figure of the Day continues! Hasbro put out yet another new wave of Saga Legends - that's 3 this year so far - and we start looking at it with Luke Skywalker (Endor). It's the Endor Battle Poncho! He's new parts, and the poncho is a physical non-removable part of the figure this time. It's also probably the least bunchy looking one yet. Read on!
It's a movieish version of The Clone Wars Plo Koon! While his outfit won't let him fit in the Starfighters and his gloves are unpainted, there's still plenty of paint between the armor and the masks. Is the level of detail worth buying yet another Plo Koon? Read on!