If you like bugs, this Geonosian Warrior may be up your alley. With great detail and added knee joints, it's ready for pretty much anything, particularly standing around and being killed by Jedi. Want to know more? Read on!
Due to technical difficulties, I'm only just now able to tell you about this Snowtrooper action figure from 2003. How could you have made it this far without knowing about him? I have no idea, but read on and find out if it was worth your while to read about him!
It's another Anakin Skywalker, which may be marked down at a Target near you this week! From the Geonosis 2-packs of 2010, this figure got a new deco and head sculpt too-- but is it worth it for the upgrade? Read on!
Another Boba Fett? Why yes! Of all the modern figures, this is the one that's going to cost you the most. Being part of a $100+ exclusive boxed set, if you want it, you're going to have to shell out. Should you? Read on!
When we first got a figure of this character, she was a slow seller-- but Hasbro was willing to try again and gave us a great, new Juno Eclipse last Spring. With a revised torso, the figure looks a lot better, but is she worth the upgrade? Read on!
Fresh from the Entertainment Earth exclusive sets is this Ysanne Isard, and Imperial intelligence agent based mostly on an existing body with a new head. Hasbro got her eyes and hair right, so is she worth picking up? Read on!
Can't get enough Clone Trooper figures? Back in 2005, this one was a huge deal. It was an online exclusive, super-articulated, and in huge demand. Today, well, it's easy to get and got reissued a few times. But is it essential? Read on!
It's the newest Stormtrooper! This 2011 release takes the 2007 Stormtrooper with removable helmet and adds the improved legs from the 2009 Sandtrooper. It's in stores now-- maybe, depending on your area-- so should you get it? Read on!
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!