While same figure/different weapons are popping up, so far there's only one 3 3/4-inch Captain Phasma. There's also a 6-inch one - but that's hard to find so far. She's tall, she's silver, but - surprisingly - only her chest is painted. The limbs and head are molded in a silvery plastic. Read on!
We still haven't seen everything - but there are many Kylo Ren action figures. Variant accessories may be a thing now, so keep your peepers peeled. This one has a bear trap of sorts, but the figure itself has a great sculpt, good deco, and stands up just fine. It's eight bucks, and you can order it at Entertainment Earth or elsewhere. Read on!
Hey kids, while we wait for Friday let's look at some other toys you have have missed. The R2-D60 figure was sold as part of Disneyland's 60th Birthday and isn't too expensive if you have to turn to the secondary market. Get while the getting is good. Read on!
Today in Figure of the Day - before a brief hiatus so I can get some other things in order so we can hopefully all have a fun September - is R5-Series Astromech Droid Black with Silver and Orange. It's another Disney droid, and potentially available at a theme park "near" you right now. Is it worth it? Read on!
Hey, remember those waves of figures in Yoda-themed packaging that never made it out in the USA? Well, this Captain Rex is one of them - he has different deco than the 2012 release, plus added knee joints. Is it worth tracking down this mostly European release? Read on!
The R2-Series Astromech Droid Grey and White from Disney's droid part bins look a lot like R2-Q2, an exclusive from 2006. Since there may be more than one of it in the movie, is it different enough to be interesting - or the same enough to be the same? Read on!
Hey kids, it's Clone Commander Doom! Based on the 6th season episodes, this movie-style version of a Clone Wars figure is nice. Not perfect, but nice. Did you get yours yet? Maybe you should track one down - read on!
With or without her helmet, the new 3 3/4-inch Princess Leia Organa (Boushh) seems to share a digital sculpt with the 6-inch version. You'll see differences - this one has a dedicated detonator in her hand, and less face paint - but it's still pretty good. Read on!
It's not R4-E1, or really all that close. The R4-Series Astromech Droid White with Red and Silver reminds me of that droid, but all the patterns are different - check out the unique feet, torso, and the dome markings similar to the blue R4. Read on!
The R2-Series Astromech Droid Black and Silver looks a lot like R2-Q5, but it's actually a buildable Disney droid at a theme park (not) near you! The colors are as vibrant as the black plastic is not glossy. Read on!
It's new. It's different. But it's not exactly a premium figure. Hasbro's 2015 Commander Thorn brings you a mishmash of parts that could be used to make Cody or Rex (or Doom!) and gives them a rich red paint job that, as long as you don't compare it to the animation model, is the best thing ever. Once you start to hold them up side by side, it looks a little less great. Read on!
New for 2015 - today's Figure of the Day! Jon "Dutch" Vander was done over 10 years ago, but now he's back with a slightly different helmet deco and a couple of more joints on a different body. Read on!
A new deco design, the R7-Series Astromech Droid White and Blue is actually really striking. Some of the elements on his person do tend to evoke certain other elements in nature and consumer products, or perhaps he's just happy to see you. (Droids are a chipper lot.) Want to see more? Read on!