The new Vintage Droid Set is pretty snazzy. If you haven't seen them in person yet, I hope you read the review a few days ago so you can see it yet again in this nifty video review, after the jump.
Meet R-3PO, the second attempt! The first one had a wonderful sculpt with amazing deco, and this one... has knees. Each version is different enough to warrant purchase, but what's so good about this one? Read on!
Hasbro released their Comic-Con plans today with some information on what's in store in terms of panels, giveaways, and autograph sessions.
Are these the droids you're looking for? One certainly is. We're eternal fans of the galaxy's motorized domestic help, and Hasbro recreates Kenner's classic packaging once again for this Target exclusive, which like the original, faithfully includes modern versions of R5-D4, a Death Star Droid, and an all new Power Droid…GONK!
Did you miss our written review of this figure? Does reading bother you? Well, we've got a video today! Check out Clone Wars Commander Fox, the just-released new figure in wave 4 of The Clone Wars. Check out the video review after the jump.
The Target exclusive Vintage Collection Special Action Figure Sets make a return this summer with their gloriously recreated Kenner packaging. And while previous sets were mostly style over substance, the latest two include all new figures which ups the desirability and open them factor. This second Villain Set includes an all new nicely sculpted and detailed Snaggletooth that you'll definitely want to add to your collection of boozin alien barflies.
Thanks to some timely reporting by Jedi Temple Archives, we were able to score the new Target exclusive Vintage Collection 3 Packs featuring a Villain Set with a Tusken Raider, Boba Fett, and Snaggletooth and a Droid Set packed with R5-D4, Death Star Droid, and an all new Power Droid.
The galaxy's most exquisite navel gets a re-release of her Clone Wars action figure after being short circulated in 2009. Aayla Secura comes with a jetpack, lightsaber, and 14 wonderful points of articulation. Check out all her photos in our latest Image Bank update!
You may (or may have not) seen this new 2012 Queen Amidala at retail, but she's pretty neat. The sculpt is good, the deco could be a smidgen better, and overall it's a big improvement over 1999. Read on!
The commander of the elite Senate Guard transitions into Phase II armor and penalized with less leg articulation, but Commander Fox looks absolutely smashing in his Target employee colorway. And while this figure could easily be that retailer's exclusive, he's available in general circulation as the 18th Clone Wars assortment figure for 2012. That is if you can find him.