Behold, the very first and very angry Barriss Offee! Portrayed on TV as a younger hero-in-training, the first Hasbro action figure is a stylized, seemingly fully adult woman. Is this 2003 release worth a look? Read on!
Arguably the pinnacle of Hasbro's animated action figure design, the Mandalorian Warrior is yet another take on this group with some pretty swell accessories and stellar articulation. It doesn't get much better than this! Read on!
It's Ten Numb! He's taller than necessary, but he's got the white suit as seen in that one famous photograph. He might even still be at Toys R Us, three years after his release. Is he worth it? Read on!
They were originally slated to hit in August, but Wal-Mart's exclusive pair of mini vehicles hit stores this week. Our pal MeisterShake on Twitter gave me the tip, and I checked two local Wal-Marts and sure enough, they were both stocked with the vehicles at just under $17 each. (Oh, and they have shots of canceled toys on the boxes.)
Click through for a few images and impressions, after the break.
There are a lot of Bespin Luke Skywalker figures out there... and this is one of them. Based on a Battle Pack from 2007-2009 or so, this one builds on a 2002 mold with new paint. Should you get it? Read on!
It's another Han Solo! In between the 1995 vintage coins and the 2007 30th Anniversary coins were a tiny 7-figure collection from Toys R Us which included stands, repainted figures, and yes, a coin. Is he worth it? Read on!
Meet the Cortosis Droid, a robot from a video game you've probably never played! It takes a decent mold, gives it a nice paint job, and fancy guns for hands. Oh, and he's paired with a figure you probably already had. Read on!