Sideshow is previewing their awesome Star Wars Collectibles Darth Malgus Life Size Figure (The Old Republic). If you needed a full size Sith Lord to guard your collection room, then this has to be under consideration. More details will be revealed in their production blog next Tuesday, March 27th.
This Imperial EVO Trooper was one of many different versions released by Hasbro since 2008. Do you want a little dirt? You can get that. This is one of the cleaner versions and came out last year-- it's also my favorite, so read on!
The Walmart Discover The Force exclusive Royal Starship Droids and Mos Espa Arena Battle Packs are now BACK available online at Walmart.com for $24.96 each! Save time, gas and shipping and choose Site to Store to have it delivered to your local Walmart! Hurry before they're gone!
The MH16 Obi-Wan Kenobi comes with a cool Light-Up Lightsaber feature and an all new sculpt.There are two schools of thought when it comes to the latest wave of Movie Heroes. The ultra detailed, super articulated crowd have been at the forefront in recent years, especially with the premium stylings of The Vintage Collection. But a more traditional approach has emerged with Movie Heroes where the articulation is limited and action features have returned to attract a younger audience. And that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Signaling a trend in the industry as digitally delivered media and social networking emerge as the entertainment of choice and interests in board games continue to diminish, Paramount Pictures announces the closure of Screenlife, the Seattle based DVD board game company that created Scene It?
Our sponsors at BigBadToyStore.com has released their latest newsletter. New Star Wars arrivals include the Gentle Giant Jumbo Kenner C-3PO and Sideshow Toys Sixth Scale IG-88 (at $10 less than the MSRP!)
***SOLD OUT*** The remaining inventory of the WonderCon exclusive Yoda with 3D Glasses minibust is now available online from Gentle Giant for $60 each. This exclusive has a run of 1200 pieces and orders are limited to 1 per customer.
Maybe not since Heir to the Empire has a Star Wars Expanded Universe been as hotly anticipated as James Luceno's Darth Plagueis. Since Revenge of the Sith hit theaters Star Wars ans have wondered how much of Palpatine's tale of his former master was true. Could Plagueis stop people from dying? Did he pass on the knowledge to Palpatine? And, most importantly, did Plagueis cause the creation of Anakin Skywalker? But after appearing on Del Rey's Star Wars book list for release in 2008 the book was pulled by Lucasfilm.
Over on the newly-launched Goddard Group Blog, check out part 1 of Ralph McQuarrie's Masters of the Universe artwork. While not all of you may be He-Man fans, it's still worth seeing because there are some vehicles on there which look like they belong in Star Wars.
The Spacetrooper was one of the first Expanded Universe put out by Kenner in the final days of that brand in 1998, and it was a good figure. This one is also good, but is it good enough to re-buy? Read on!
Hasbro Inc., a global branded play company providing children and families with a wide-range of immersive entertainment offerings based on the Company's world-class brand portfolio, announced today that it has been recognized as one of the "2012 World's Most Ethical Companies" (WME) by the Ethisphere Institute. The Ethisphere Institute is a leading business ethics think-tank dedicated to the creation, advancement and sharing of best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility, anti-corruption and sustainability.
Which Battle Droids are best? Why, the cheaper ones of course! Would action figure collectors follow Star Wars to a non-Hasbro toymaker? And should you expect the Walmart-exclusive figures so show up as new Vintage repacks this fall? That's up to you, but we explore all this and more in this week's Q&A!
Southern California received an early dose of pop culture and ample amounts of rain as WonderCon 2012 was moved to the massive Anaheim Convention Center this year with their traditional venue at the Moscone Center in San Francisco under construction for upgrades. While it is organized by the same group that does Comic-Con International in San Diego, it was much smaller in scope and foot traffic, partially due to the foul weather. Despite this, there were still enough cosplayers, panels, and exhibitors to go around.