If you missed out on the Wal-Mart exclusive Dewback, here's your chance to army build with the new VC14 Sandtrooper. We have to admit that seeing the cardback featuring a POTF2 Sandtrooper on an orange card waxes nostalgic. Can you believe it's been 15 years?
Where the master falls short, the apprentice shines. VC13 Anakin Skywalker is clearly the best iteration of the chosen one yet. Superb sculpt, super articulation, and soft goods that work. Heck, they even nailed the hair.
While the devil wears Prada, VC12 Darth Sidious certainly has a penchant for faux fur. The head sculpt is amazing and kudos on the removal cowl, but the execution of the felt soft goods jacket falls a little short. Sort of like a particularly cranky bag lady look. What makes sense with a Gamorrean Guard doesn't necessarily work with the evil despot of a galaxy far, far away. Just sayin, Big H.
If you can't get enough concept art toys, try this Snowtrooper on for size! He has a cloth piece, a wacky silver gun, and a lot of detail that seems right out of 1979. Is he worth your time? Yes. So read on!
The Gunslinger strikes again! Mickey reports finding the new Revenge of the Sith wave at Toys R Us in San Diego, CA, including foil chase cards of Han Solo, Darth Vader, Commander Cody, and Magna Guard. Happy Weekend Hunting all!
If you're not out on a toy run, why not read about this unique Snowtrooper! From a 2007 Target exclusive, this uniquely stained Imperial grunt stands apart from your army of similar figures-- and it came in a really swell boxed set, easily one of Hasbro's finest. If you haven't added him to your ranks by now, should you? Read on!
Depending on the person's location, fans may tell you that this Leia (Hoth Outfit) is currently the most popular of the 11 just-released figures from The Empire Strikes Back. She's certainly deserving of such sales, even if it may not be true, but is she worth your going out and buying? Read on!
Hey kids, it's the Clone Trooper Fives! He has a five on his head-- hence the name. Other than that, is he special? Or is he just another variant to make you mad? I liked it, but you should read on anyway.
VC01 Dengar would never win a beauty contest, but his latest incarnation in plastic is primo. A striking head sculpt with wicked detail in the paint app, the bounty hunter is in a worthy place first in line for the new Vintage Collection figures.
Galactic reader Erik Y. found the new Ultimate Battlepack "Rise of Boba Fett" Slave 1 at his ToysRUs store in Pittsburgh and sends in these cool photos of its pilot touring the newfangled cockpit. This is an awesome new vehicle with lots of extras that are hitting TRUs now. Can't wait for the ESB version! Happy Hunting!
What's big, grey, and has a giant gun for a hand? That's right, the Heavy Assault Super Battle Droid. This retooled version of the 2008 berserker now has a useful built-in weapon and a slightly changed deco-- is it worth it? Read on!
"Ain't Nothing like the real thing, Baby" is a tune that Jodo Kast should have listened to when taking on the reputation and identity of one Boba Fett. This K-Mart exclusive improves upon the 2008 version with a removable helmet and new headsculpt as well as an updated paint app.
Hasbro isn't shy about reusing its 2001 Rebel Trooper mold. This body has had no fewer than 5 heads to date and Hasbro seems to waffle on the prospects of redoing what was once a state-of-the-art release. Should you pick up this, yet another version of the famous trooper? Read on!
If you like your robots retro, the Rocket Battle Droid is a good candidate. Released in a couple of ways so far, this figure has a big can opener, a rocket pack, and a wacky helmet thing on his head. How can you go wrong? You can't! Read on!
Our desert based Galactic Hunter, Mickey Gunslinger, comes through once again reporting that the Kennertastic Vintage Boxed AT-AT was found today in Toys R Us Chandler, AZ with a TRU exclusive price of $109.99. Happy Hunting and keep reporting those finds hunters!