He's vastly improved from the original "Peasant Disguise" Anakin pictured on the cardback, with nice articulation and great paint detail, particularly on the tunic. The new Vintage AOTC era Anakin Skywalker came out much better in plastic than the pre-release Hasbro product shots, and we highly recommend upgrading your 2002 clunker for the newer, sleeker 2010 model today.
Like a grape Otter Pop of perfection, the new Vintage Collection Zam Wesell impresses with a highly detailed sculpt and an evolutionary jump from the 2002 pre-posed, action featured Saga version. You've now got an almost spot on facial likeness of Leanna Walsman, removable helmet, swappable heads, and super-articulation. This one will be the definite version for awhile, folks. So make sure to pick her up!
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.
TOY PALACE releases their latest newsletter with IN STOCK items such as FX Lightsabers, the exclusive Sideshow Black Hole Stormtrooper, Gentle Giant Death Trooper minibust, Battle Over Endor 4 Packs and much more!
A great week of great stuff at Brian's Toys. Vintage collectors will be thrilled to pick up some of the AFA-Graded Lili Ledy & Glasslite vintage figures. They're quite rare and are going fast!
We look at Hasbro's best big vehicles, the length of The Clone Wars on TV and in the aisle, and of course, more astromech droids. All this and some notes on the new Attack of the Clones Vintage wave can be yours in this week's Q&A!
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!
Star Wars Galaxy Comic issue 4 is on sale NOW!
This issue delivers a double dose of new beginnings, as two fantastic stories start!
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!
So should you expect Hasbro to sell you a Giant Star Destroyer? Probably not. Should you expect the theatrical cuts of the films on Blu-Ray? Also probably not. And do Wooof and Giran share the same head? There's a pattern here-- read about all this and more in this week's Q&A! (Also, I found a case of figures from 2005 at a store-- read on for more!)