Spacetroopers (the original ones from Star Wars); double-barreled Lightsabers; and a very obtuse question about a big ship. What does it all mean? It means that it's time for the 11th Hasbro Star Wars Q&A session for the year. Wizard!
Galactic Hunter: If Hasbro were designing the Spacetrooper figure that we see outside of The Death Star in Star Wars: A New Hope, would it be possible that the figure would have a removable helmet with Joe Johnston's likeness underneath? (Reference photos show him in the black body glove getting suited up for the scene, so it would be a nice nod to one of the heroes behind-the-scenes.)
HASBRO: While we couldn’t do Joe Johnston's likeness, there may be some coincidental resemblance.
Galactic Hunter: Now that the Pandora's Box of The Clone Wars has opened up, might we see some of the cool concepts developed for Revenge of the Sith trickle into toy play? (Things like Plo Koon's wrist lightsaber thingie or an eye-patched Ki-Adi Mundi? Nobody said the injury was permanent, right? Bacta works miracles.)
We’ll be including that interpretation of Plo Koon’s gauntlet saber as a feature accessory for a Clone Wars animated basic figure. However, we won't be exploring the eye-patched Ki-Adi-Mundi, unless it shows up in the animation in a significant enough way to develop a figure.
Galactic Hunter: Okay, the Comic-Con Exclusive Disturbance in the Force set looks cool. However, I believe there was mention in one of the previous Q&A sessions about the possibility of a second version, perhaps using the original sequence's Mutant Monkey-Eyed Emperor concept. There have also been various rumblings about "large-ish" items, including something you guys would like to re-do from the original Kenner line if the BMF Millennium Falcon and AT-TE do well. Could there be some sort of connection between the two? Mayhap a certain large, triangular ship that had a playset motif back in the day? Could that be a hypothetically feasible idea? Because, ya know, it'd be totally cool to have both versions of the Talking Floating Head scene. Hypothetically, of course. — Jedi Crippler, Optimist & Visionary
HASBRO: We have no plans to pursue a Star Destroyer playset. It is simply not feasible for us to do.