The K-Mart exclusive AT-ST Driver and Ewok 2 Packs are out! Our pal DarthChuckMc gives the heads up with some photos on his Twitter feed and Tom A. sends in a report from Peachtree City, GA. Sightings have also been reported in Southern California.
The Target exclusive Darth Maul Returns Battle Pack in now IN STOCK online at Target.com for $19.99 each! Click here to order yours today!
Arguably one of the more interesting TIE Fighter pilot names, Mauler Mithel came from, if my abacus is truthful, Decipher's customizable card game. The pilot is notable with his rubbed helmet symbol and... pilot-ness.
Dark Horse releases their solicitations for December that's headed up by Agents of The Empire - Hard Target #3 and Dawn of the Jedi - The Prisoner of Bogan #2. Check out all the titles ahead!
Sideshow is now taking pre-orders for the stunning new Gamorrean Executioner Mythos Statue for $324.99 each and due to ship in March 2013. This Sideshow exclusive portrays Lomrokk, a ruthless butcher employed by Jabba the Hutt.
Ad: It's time for another Entertainment Earth Exclusive! The EE Exclusive Star Wars Scout Trooper Ewok Attack Maquette sports one of the Empire's finest being attacked by three of Endor's furriest, recreating the end of the Galactic Civil War with four characters in a single statue.
With so much anticipation it's hard to believe Star Wars Celebration VI is over, but with all the good times come good memories! On this week's Star Wars Action News, Marjorie and Arnie listen to recounts of some of the best times people had at Star Wars Celebration VI, from meeting celebrities to shopping to making friends to just partying, you shared your thoughts on this episode of the podcast.
Who loves a good argument? The Nightsister which just showed up at Target is sold with animated versions of Darth Maul and Savage Opress, but is sculpted to match a prequel concept for a proto-Darth Maul Sith Witch character. She's not very cartoony, but if anything, feels like a stealth "concept" figure rather than a Mother Talzin substitute.
The Darth Sidious that is made the least tends to sell best, and the 2012 version ain't bad. It has a nice head sculpt popped on a 2005 body, but the sculpt of the 1999 version is pretty charming still. Is this a worthy upgrade? Read on!
This is a good one. The Yellow R6-Series Astromech Droid was probably my favorite from the ones I was able to get in Orlando last month, because it looks just familiar and just different enough to be awesome. It's also in some really gonzo color. Is it worth tracking down?