There have been a few flavors of the Geonosian Warrior, this one came with the boxed set of Delta Squad a few years ago. He has a big gun and purple wings-- oh, and some clones you might want. Is he worth picking up in his own right? Read on!
The Nautolan Jedi Master receives the ultra Vintage Collection treatment featuring an all new sculpt, super articulation, and a removable soft goods cloak. While Kit Fisto has had quite a few iterations in the past, this version has to be considered the best yet. The paint detail is quite nice and the poseability makes most older versions obscure. He'll also fit nicely in the new Wal-Mart exclusive Starfighter.
It looks like a soda can and is named the Retail Droid, or LR-57 Combat Droid. Ridiculous, or awesome? I'd say this release is a little of each, and is worth snagging as part of a pretty good Battle Pack. Read on!
The second (and much improved) animated Magnaguard is pretty fantastic-- not as good as the Vintage one, but still exquisite. It's lanky and chunky, has some great gear, and an excellent sculpt. Read on!
Back before we called them "soft goods" Kenner enlisted its girls division to make this great Princess Leia Organa figure in an all-cloth white dress. Wow! For once, articulation wasn't restricted by the outfit. Should you get one today? Well, maybe. Read on!
This Lando Calrissian redeco is notable for being bad-- actually, one of Hasbro's worst. Target sold a big Battle Pack with this figure, which was pretty bad, and a Luke redeco that's even worse. Why so awful? Read on!
Not as exciting as yesterday's AT-RT figure, this AT-RT Driver was a Target exclusive in a unique green color. I like the green lenses in particular, but still, it hasn't really made any appearances as of yet. Is it worth a look? Read on!
Hey kids, it's ARF Trooper Boil! Not many Clones get more than one figure, but this one did-- and just look at that detail! Unique camo, a special tampo on his helmet, and great articulation make this one of the best figures you likely passed on late last year, because you are a bad person. Read on!
Hey kids, it's Scorch! The first-ever Republic Commando figure came out in 2006, in ancient history when figures didn't always have 14 points of articulation. He was hot stuff-- want to see why? Read on!
It's new! This is the brand-new just-out Cad Bane which is an entirely new sculpt, but you'll probably jump on it because it also includes Todo 360. The figure is way better looking than both previous releases, and almost looks like a realistic movie figure. Read on!
While I posted the story yesterday, apparently it didn't get front paged! Check out this Cloud City Wing Guard from 2009-- he's pretty swell! And cheap. Cheap is, of course, great as you'll want several. Read on!
Our pals at Sandtroopers.com have images of two packaged figures which, in turn, reveal several more new figures from upcoming The Clone Wars assortments. Which, we're gambling, are going to be revealed officially in New York. Just click here to see them all in their forums, and be delighted by a new Barriss Offee, El-Les, and Kmart exclusive Clone Captain Lock!
So I popped open my new Endor sets yesterday and then I did some research to see who these guys were-- because other than Grizz Frix, the figures like Sila Kott are supremely obscure. Heck, they didn't all have names just yet... and Sila's gender is up to discussion! Read on!