This Battle Droid is the first release of the new 2012 Movie Heroes line-- the second is red. So this is just different to make you mad, particularly because it's from a cheap 2-pack mold at $9. So should you get it? No, but read on!
This Jedi Padawan is a sort of nameless extra from a recent Star Tours set. Not specifically from the movies or ride, he looks like he's based on an actual person but nobody really knows who it is. Do you? I don't. Anyway, read on!
This Imperial EVO Trooper was one of many different versions released by Hasbro since 2008. Do you want a little dirt? You can get that. This is one of the cleaner versions and came out last year-- it's also my favorite, so read on!
The Spacetrooper was one of the first Expanded Universe put out by Kenner in the final days of that brand in 1998, and it was a good figure. This one is also good, but is it good enough to re-buy? Read on!
From the just-released DVD sets-- formerly Walmart exclusives, but now closeout fodder-- it's Clone Trooper Gearshift! Well, it's "Clone Trooper" on the box, at least. He has a new helmet with lamps! Is it cool? I think so. Read on to learn more!
Back in 1996, if you were young a character like Prince Xizor may have made quite the impression as a sort of evil shipping magnate/reptillian sex wizard. I'm sure this release's weapon should invite giggles. But how is the figure? Read on!
This Clone Trooper is orange, and is one of many fine Vintage figures you may have missed. The deco isn't as good as the 2006 version, but the articulation is way better. So you'll need both. Read on, and vote in the new poll!
It's not every day that we get a requested Rebel pilot, and Ekelarc Yong was surprising. Not that Hasbro made him, but that Lucasfilm named him that. I don't know how to pronounce the first name, but is it a good figure? Read on!