Day 1,800?!? Where has my life gone? It's time to look at Exar Kun in what may be one of the longest-running daily toy review columns anywhere. So how is this increasingly expensive figure? And just how expensive did he get in the last year or so?
This Qui-Gon Jinn figure from 2008ish is basically the basis for most Qui-Gon figures you can buy at a store today. He's super-articulated and has a robe...
Behold, the first all-new Boba Fett sculpt since at least 2008! This is the new Battle Packs release, which has 5 joints and a really nice, action figurey sculpt. I love it. You should love it too.
Check out this swell blue Commando Droid! It has a Black Sun logo thing going on, and it has more articulation than you could imagine. Oh, and go vote on our poll concerning new figures with less articulation when you read on!
The main selling point of this Anakin Skywalker figure is probably his dirty mug, follwed by the helmet. Sadly, it doesn't really fit in the matching Pod Racer, nor is it a new mold-- it's a 2000-era figure. Is it worth getting as part of a big set? R
While a long-requested figure, Ben Quadinaros had lost Fan's Choice voting more than once, and this figure actually looks significantly meaner than the renderings from the movie. Is this crueller take on the kite with arms worth buying? Read on!
So this is the new Darth Vader for 2012, which is actually a figure from 2002 with fewer accessories at twice the price. Oh, and they took out the magnets. He looks good, though, so is he worth the nine bucks? Read on!
Check out this Grievous Bodyguard figure from the ill-fated (and at the time, expensive) arena sets. You'd get 2 underarticulated figures and a couple of bases for $20, when figures were about $5.50. The free market has spoken! But check out more on this figure, just read on!