Previously known as the Shock Trooper, the 6-inch version of this figure said Coruscant Guard on the box. The red and white Clone has marvelous paint applications including big scratches and awesome scuffing that make it look like it had seen some action. It's also part of a swell four-pack. Read on!
Rounding out the main group of Rogue One heroes, it's the pilot! Bodhi Rook is fairly loaded with gear, including a cool blaster and a backpack that actually looks like the gizmo in the movie. You can take his vest off, but the goggles are part of his head. I haven't seen this one in stores yet - so will you want to order yours online? Read on!
Hey, it's C-3PO! This is the Walgreens one and it's fantastic. I hope you got one to go with the R2-D2 I also hope you got. You can probably find one in a local store if you hit a few stores in your locale, but for now just enjoy this review. Read on!
This 212th Attack Battalion Utapau Trooper is one of four figures in the Entertainment Earth exclusive 4-pack available now. It sports some of the best battle-damage I've ever seen on a Hasbro action figure, plus it's exactly as articulated as previous Clone Trooper action figures. I love the little chips and dings in the orange areas, plus the dirt and scrapes are no slouch. Read on!
Today we look at Finn! But he's different - this is the one from the 2-pack with Phasma that just came out and you didn't get yet. His jacket is a different color and some details are just a tiny bit different. You know what that means - it's different enough to make you mad. Check it out, and read on!
Special thanks to Hasbro and their PR team for sending us this first look at Galen Erso, a character from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. (If you haven't seen it yet and consider this a spoiler, a month out, that's on you.) He includes a blaster and a Mouse Droid, which is a pretty nifty extra for those of us looking to populate that Death Star playset. The one we hope to get some day. Hopefully. Well, take a look - we've got a packaged shot and an unpackaged shot after the break.
You might not want another Captain Phasma, but this 3 3/4-inch one is interesting - it comes from Vietnam and not China, meaning we're talking new molds here. The deco is different, the height has changed, and some of the sculpted details were tweaked - but she has basically the same pose and design. Finn's even more interesting, but he's on tap for next week. Read on!
The hard-to-find Princess Leia Organa from the 6-inch line is pretty good. With any luck she'll get a little more distribution later in the year, but for now she's available in an assortment with 5 other new figures that is a little tough to come by. Read on!
What's this? Another C2-B5? Yup! One was from Disney, this one is from Hasbro. Their colors are just different enough so that they look like different droids, so I'd say you'd want to get both. Or you would, if it didn't require the purchase of the AT-ACT. (It's expensive.) Read on!
This smaller Captain Cassian Andor is exclusive to Walmart, and includes a swell three-piece weapon that serves as a pistol or a rifle. It also has a head sculpt that looks great with stubble that could maybe look great if you painted it better. I like this one a bunch. Read on!
As a kid, one of the things that always confused me was the make-up of the Ewoks cartoon TV series action figure line. Why would there be only 6 figures, only 2 of which were regulars and heroes? A line with 4 Dulok villains seemed odd, and when I saw the second series prototypes a few years later I was even more confused - where's Teebo? Where's Kneesaa? How could Chituhr be more popular?
Well, the Star Wars Collectors Archive may have found part of the answer. In an article Unknown Ewoks: Unearthed Figures from the Animated Series, we see four unproduced Ewoks from that era. These characters were largely more important to the series and the brief marketing juggernaut of Ewok licensed products in that era. Perhaps Star Wars could have had a presence for a few more years were these made instead - I remember seeing pegs upon pegs of unsold Duloks (and the occasional Logray) at Kay-Bee toy stores for $1 each for quite some time, and while I did buy Logray on sight I never saw Wicket. (Or, as Droids went, R2-D2 and C-3PO.)
Walmart's exclusive 3 3/4-inch Scarif Stormtrooper is pretty good. I've seen quite a few around in the last couple of days, and that means - I assume - there's an ample supply. It has thigh swivels, a cool blaster, and some excellent battle damage - did you get yours yet, and should you buy a bunch? Read on!
Currently exclusive to Kmart, Jyn Erso has not only an exclusive base, but an exclusive figure with unique accessories. You won't find this costume anywhere else at this scale just yet, and there's no companion figure just yet. Is it worth tracking down one of the twelve remaining Kmarts to find this figure? Read on!
Hey kids, it's Director Krennic! The 6-inch figure has a cool gun, a nice cape, and a surprisingly good sculpt. He's also showing up a lot more lately - you might find this one in stores now! Read on.
This 6-inch 501st Legion Clone Trooper is in a gift set at Entertainment Earth right now! It's pretty amazing - the damage deco is some of Hasbro's best, and the blue markings are indeed blue. Read on for more!