Prototypes

Lost Star Wars Droid Factory Carded Samples on eBay

By Adam Pawlus — Friday, September 5, 2014

While we prefer not to link to eBay auctions, the one for Star Wars Carded Unproduced Wave 1 2013 Droid Factory set of 12 unreleased was too good to pass up.  It's one of two known sets to exist - I've seen a couple of these up-close and know of only one privately held set - so if you want it, now is the time to cough up some dough. These are not the same exact ones on Amazon, although those figures are present - as are some of the first The Black Series wave 1 figures in their original packaging.

The Man Who Shot Luke Skywalker

By Mike — Thursday, October 18, 2012

Via Gus Lopez, former Kenner and Hasbro photographer Kim Simmons has updated his site with more wonderful and amazing vintage Kenner product, comps and prototype photos. 

Comic-Con: Hasbro's Proto Booth Reveals New Battle Droid, Mawhonic, Spider Assassin Droid

By Mike — Friday, July 22, 2011

Hasbro lead sculptor David Vennemeyer has a few things cooking in his kitchen and shared a few delicacies this afternoon in his portable workshop at the Hasbro booth, including an unpainted shot of what is shaping up to be a nicely articulated Mawhonic and the upcoming TRU exclusive Spider Assassin Droid and her "little babies. Last but certainly not least, that new and upcoming super articulated Battle Droid can be folded up to sit! Take a look!

Hasbro @ Celebration 5 - Douse The Houselights (Big Photos With Commentary)

By Adam May — Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Jon Stewart, call me! I'll trade you a Stormy Sevenspire figure for a Jon Stewart, and welcome to the club! Also... Aayla Secura A-Go-Go, Dr. Evazan, the FAN-tastic/KID-tastic Droid Factory Galactic Swap Meet, Slave 1, and some of the rumors (keeping me grounded). Also... exit smiling.

Original Sculpt: Jabba the Hutt, 2010 Edition

By Adam Pawlus — Sunday, August 1, 2010

Your pal and mine David Silva just updated his site Creative Beast with his work on the original sculpt for the just-released Jabba the Hutt!  Wow!  Check it out, won't you?  Be sure to see all his amazing work, including McFarlane Toys figures and dinosaur sculptures!