What's the best way to come down from Toy Fair? Let's look at something old. The Han Solo with gunner station wasn't a big seller. It even got dumped in the Big Clearance of 2000. Was it even neat for its time? Read on!
Welcome back! I've got a mix of questions from Toy Fair 2011 in New York concerning plastic cloaks, new head sculpts, and even some vehicles. I'd say "you won't want to miss this one," but hey, maybe you will. But if you've got nothing better to do? Read on!
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It's almost dirty! The first-ever Labria action figure has since been repainted, but there's no denying the intrigue around a first-release. Or rather, there wouldn't be if there weren't thousands of the things. Is it any good? Read on!
Another cold, wintery Toy Fair is behind us, and while we understand the reasons behind having it in New York in February, there has to be some workaround where we aren't under a blizzard warning every year and don't have to explain to our spouses or significant others why Valentine's Day for a toy geek actually falls the next Saturday after Toy Fair. But we digress.
This Boba Fett looks a lot like the 2007 Animated Debut version, but it isn't. Well, it's close-- it was supposed to be redecorated, but Hasbro gave this one an accessory transplant. Worth a look? Read on!
Back in 1999 and 2000, Hasbro really cranked out a lot of Jar Jar Binks figures. Some had great head sculpts, some... well, some were like this. He looks bored, doesn't have jointed legs, and the paint is basically OK. Should you bother? Read on!
This Saga Legends Sandtrooper is one of my favorites. It's a good mold with a great paint wipe, which resulted in a stunning figure which people actually still want today. (Unreal, I know.) You should get one-- so read on!
(NEW YORK, NY) If you like your collectibles soft, fuzzy, and cute, then you probably have a few or more pieces from Funko, Comic Images, and Underground Toys. We have added some photos to our Image Bank for you to check out!
(NEW YORK, NY) Uncle Milton, the home of all things scientific and Star Wars, continues to bring kids and collectors innovative products as they teach us about the mysteries of a galaxy far, far away (and some stuff about this planet, too). Want to find out what's new? Read on, and learn, you will.
So hey, it's Warok, in theory. It looks a little like the vintage 1980s action figure, although the coloring is different from what we saw on the old Kenner cardback. It seems like, for now, this is probably the only modern Warok we'll get-- is he worth it? Read on!
(NEW YORK, NY) For a few years now, Kotobukiya has been known for their magnificent PVC ArtFX statues that stunningly display Star Wars characters in stylized form. They introduced a 1/10 scale version in 2009 that features a tad more poseability in swappable parts, yet doesn't sacrifice on the detail.
We've got more vintage packaging variants, some nice variants you'll never see, and, of course, some Toy Fair tirades at teh end in this week's Q&A! Read on, write in, and may the Force be with you!
"The Force will be with you, always." No kidding! As we at Galactic Hunter begin coverage of our twelfth, respective, Hasbro event at Toy Fair, we are awestruck by the breadth of the modern line, as it continues to expand into its 16th year! [Some collectors have had children who couldn't even play with action figures graduate high school by now!]