While not as new as recent figures, the Flamethrower Clone Trooper has a heck of a lot more fire going for it. Almost too much fire really-- but isn't that what we would all want in the first place? Read on!
He's new! And this FOTD is too long-- but it's Savage Opress, a brand-new figure you probably don't have yet. It's not bad, and it's on par with the bulk of Jedi figures in the line since 2010, meaning no ankles. It looks great though-- read on!
It's new! So new, it just hit a few days ago. The Imperial Navy Commando Officer is sort of a Stormtrooper, but not. He has a unique helmet and pauldron, plus a really good holster. What more do you need to know? Read on!
On the heels of iGear, FansProject, and other "third-party" toymakers comes Toys de Force, who emailed us to inform us of their next release-- the Warlordarian. This super-articulated 3 3/4-inch figure looks a lot like the Mandalorians from the Knights of the Old Republic comic books.
We wind this week down with Kit Fisto, the much-improved 2010 edition of the figure from The Clone Wars. If you like a good figure, this is one to add to your shopping list. Plus he has two lightsabers! Can you beat that? Read on!
In addition to the Delta Squad set (and the Vintage Y-Wing, a couple of smaller vehicles, the Stealth Operations Clone Trooper, and a few other items) Toys R Us just started stocking the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Sith & Imperial Troopers. 4 of the 5 figures appear to be new sculpts, and it's pretty good for $39.99.
Click through for a few images and impressions, after the break.
It's the brand-new Scorch! This is the new 2011 one sold at Comic-Con and it should be in Toys R Us retail stores very soon. So obviously, if you missed these guys before you're interested-- but is it worth the $40-$50 asking price to upgrade your existing Delta Squad? Read on!
We turn 1600 today! We celebrate with a look at one of our favorite new figures, the ARC Trooper Commander which is, obviously, heavily inspired by Clone Fordo. He has enough gear for two distinctive looks, so is he worth the gas or shipping costs? Read on, and thanks for your support!
With a sculpted-soft goods cloak combo, this Barriss is an improvement over the pre-posed figure from 2003 with more articulation and a decent facial likeness. Check out all the detailed photos in our Image Bank!
Hasbro has no shortage of Darth Maul figures, and this one was particularly tough to get at first. As one of the "Masters of the Dark Side," the set was quite scarce-- single figures came out later, and now it's cheap enough for you to get easily. Should you? Read on!
It's IG97, the "killer" robot. Based on the newest Battle Droid chassis, the figure has loads of articulation, a good amount of gear, and a comic-accurate head to boot. You'll want this one-- assuming you can still find it, which is entirely possible. Read on!