It's Aurra Sing, cartoon style! Since the new movie one isn't ready yet, this is currently the best version of the character you can buy as a toy. Heck, it might be still next year-- we'll have to wait and see. Read on!
Since 2009, Cad Bane has been given at least 4 different action figures, including this one in a fallen Clone's armor. I like it a lot-- he has a few neat features, a Holocron, and a head without the cyber-cheek implants. Read on!
Arriving ahead of schedule for about $99.99, the Death Star Trench Run is on some aisles today-- due to its massive size, the aisles I saw couldn't have more than one out at a time just yet. Set to be a part of the "Big Book," history tells us that a discount of some sort may follow. But should you wait?
This is the new Saesee Tiin from The Clone Wars, which is a very good figure with a very cruddy jetpack.
Last year's Darth Vader was barely a new figure-- it's a tinkered revision of a figure mold that debuted in 2005. It's still really good though-- I almost wish the helmet was not removable, but that's my life. Read on!
The case includes the following 12 action figures, including a few holdovers from Wave 7:
There have been many, many versions of Captain Rex and this one, from a 2010 ARC Troopers Battle Pack, is likely the hardest to get. He has a unique helmet and gun, for starters-- so should you get it? Read on!
For the first time at New York Comic Con, Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS) will attend the convention at the Javits Convention Center in New York City from October 13-16 to present many of its iconic brands and meet with fans. Hasbro will have a significant booth presence featuring current and upcoming