Carded photos of the "Lost Line" wave of The Vintage Collection figures have been posted at Sandtroopers.com. As we first reported at Toy Fair, this wave includes a character from each Episode of the Star Wars saga.
When Hasbro bragged during their speedy presentation at this year's Toy Fair that these new Battle Pack figures are the best they've done of these characters yet, they were somewhat correct... from a certain point of view. The regression in articulation has caused much controversy and debate in the collector community since. Yes, these figures feature excellent sculpting and awful POTF2 era poseability. No, it doesn't have to be this good and that bad.
Behold, the first all-new Boba Fett sculpt since at least 2008! This is the new Battle Packs release, which has 5 joints and a really nice, action figurey sculpt. I love it. You should love it too.
Check out this swell blue Commando Droid! It has a Black Sun logo thing going on, and it has more articulation than you could imagine. Oh, and go vote on our poll concerning new figures with less articulation when you read on!
Presenting some hi-res carded shots of the latest wave of Vintage Collection action figures coming to us in May. Wave 5 includes the new Grand Moff Tarkin. Shae Vizla (The Old Republic), Galen Marek (TFUII), Clone Pilot Davijaan (Oddball), and Nikto Skiff Guard. Enjoy and watch for Image Bank updates and reviews coming soon! In the meantime, check out the details and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
Droid Factory makes its return to Tatooine Traders at Disney's Hollywood Studios! Attractions magazine posted on their Twitter page that Build-A-Droid will be featured at the theme park's store where you can assemble your own droid action figure.
Expanded Canon meets Expanded Universe as the fan favorite Republic Commando Boss gets the Clone Wars treatment in 2012 with good sculpt, but awfully limited leg articulation. He comes with his standard commando weaponry, a zip line, and a cool storage pack to harness his hand blasters.
The main selling point of this Anakin Skywalker figure is probably his dirty mug, follwed by the helmet. Sadly, it doesn't really fit in the matching Pod Racer, nor is it a new mold-- it's a 2000-era figure. Is it worth getting as part of a big set? R
While a long-requested figure, Ben Quadinaros had lost Fan's Choice voting more than once, and this figure actually looks significantly meaner than the renderings from the movie. Is this crueller take on the kite with arms worth buying? Read on!
The leader of the Wolfpack upgrades his armor but loses mobility for his second figure release. There are a few things so right about this figure and a lot that could have been done better. Visually, he looks stunning, but if you can get by with 8 points of articulation on a figure that's meant to be posed dynamically or keep your figures carded, then you'll probably be O.K.