It's Snaggletooth, sort of! From Target's still-available Vintage 3-Packs, this is an update of the creature from the first movie, but it doesn't look a lot like the original Kenner action figure. It's really cool though.
As one of the last Christmas figures, this Holiday Jawa works as a non-Christmas figure too. He's holding a 3 3/4-inch scale Training Remote, an accessory which to this day still hasn't really been done for full-height action figures. Beyond the retooled arms and unique eyes, it's like the wonderful 1996 Jawa action figure. Did you get one?
Galactic Hunter wishes you and yours a Merry, Merry Christmas! Enjoy the day celebrating with your loved ones and thank you for making us your daily resource for Star Wars collecting! Tomorrow...we hunt!
Hey kids, it's Santa Yoda! One of four "Holiday Edition" sets (and one of only two that ended up at the intended retailer), Yoda managed to give fans a new sculpt with some swell accessories, all based on a vintage Ralph McQuarrie painting. It even came with a Christmas Card! It's a heck of an ice figure for 2003, despite the then-high price of about $12.95.
The all new 2013 Class I Vehicles featuring the new green and mean Yoda line look is now available online and in stores at ToysRUs.com for $23.99 each!
Übercollector and Star Wars ambassador of fandom Steve Sansweet took some time to answer a few questions for Galactic Hunter and discuss his newly published Star Wars: The Ultimate Action Figure Collection. What are his top 3 collecting moments? His favorite action figures? Does he really collect everything from a galaxy far, far away? Read our interview after the jump!
From our sponsors at Brian's Toys: Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Brian's Toys! As the year winds down, we will be spending extra time with our family and friends. Just a reminder that Brian's Toys will be closed from December 22nd to December 25th, as well as on January 1st, 2013.
It's a blue R9-Series Astromech Droid! It's at Star Tours in Orlando, so if you want one, it'll cost you. I think it's worth it. The figure, I mean. The trip? Who knows. I don't know where you live. Maybe it'll be worth escaping the terrors that is the holiday season.
This Pit Droid came out earlier in the year and was sold in a few configurations. It's the same figure, though. Did you get one? You probably should.
Check out the latest Dark Horse comics coming to you in March including the third issue of Star Wars #3 with awesome cover art by Alex Ross. In Dark Times - Fire Carrier #2, Vader grooms a new assassin for the Empire. View all the titles after the jump!
Amazon is now selling the M.T.T. (Multi-Troop Transport) for $78.62 (regularly $149.99) and ships FREE with Super Saver Shipping! Click here to order!
This R2-D2 is pretty amazing. Downsized and packed with features, it's actually worth the ten bucks. Those glasses? Removable. The lightsaber pops up, a sensorscope is included, this is really the best R2-D2 you can buy. Except it's shorter than every other Astromech you own.
Have you see this year's Gentle Giant Holiday Bust for Star Wars? It's Jar Jar Binks with a nifty santa hat and electronic lights! Numbered and limited to barely over 200 units, this particular version does not include Wald as a companion piece, but there is a swell magnetic base which masks the bust's "on" switch. There are multiple light blinking modes, and yes, we've got a video after the jump.
Possibly appearing in an underpriced 8-pack at a Walmart near you, this late-arriving Obi-Wan Kenobi is actually pretty good. I hate that the battery is sealed inside, but the design other than that isn't half bad. He's bulkier to fit the electronics, but the removable "skirt" lets him sit and the detail is quite good. Should you get one?
It's the Shock Trooper, 2012 style! The sculpt is thinner, the deco is crisp, but it lacks some of the damage from before. I like it. And thankfully, you can probably find it out. Want to know more?