A repaint of the original white super-articulated Revenge of the Sith Clone Trooper from 2005 for the ROTS Skirmish in the Senate Battlepack, this Shock Trooper has seen many lives as either a Saga Legends or Battlepack repack. Still, the sculpt is good and the deco is appealing, therefore, he's still a decent army builder to beef up Palpatine's goon squad.
Hey, it's a Bonus Pit Droid! Back in 2001, these thinks were basically the bigfoot of action figures-- you've never seen them, and you never will. In 2007, Hasbro reissued them and now you can get them cheap-- that's life! So is it worth getting these legends? Read on!
Hey kids, it's BG-J38, another one of Jabba's gambling companions! Basically. This Return of the Jedi robot was rarely seen in the movie, and also rarely seen at retail. Is it worth putting one together? Read on!
Just how many different Battle Droid figures can Hasbro give us? TONS. This one uses the new body mold, but paints it differently giving you yet another unique configuration of the ubiquitous robots. Any good? Yes. Read on!
This figure may not be the most articulated or even definitive R2-D2, but boy is he fun with all the flashing lights and electronic sounds. A repack of the Revenge of the Sith figure from 2005, this mold actually saw its first incarnation in plastic as the POTF2 Power FX R2-D2.
Hey kids, it's the new Clone Trooper figure which, oddly, is actually somewhat easy to find! He's got more articulation than ever, and comes on a nice vintage cardback. So how many can I put you down for? Read on!
Sony teams up with Hasbro to promote their Clone Wars Adventures online game. Basic The Clone Wars and Saga Legends action figure blisters are being affixed with stickers touting a 30 day trial membership and 450 Station Cash. These stickers are showing up at Toys R Us stores this week.
That's right, you heard right-- another Clone Trooper, this time a Target-specific version with a unique design on only one shoulder. I'm assuming it's a different rank or something. Are they any good? You get two in a box, so read on!
He was in the original Star Wars in the background, and now he gets to talk and be annoyed by Anakin Skywalker. Admiral Yularen was a slow seller in 2009, but now he's gone and you can't have one. Too bad. Should you be upset? Read on!
Hey kids, it's the 7th Legion Clone Trooper! Based on a concept armor, this spotted clone has a removable helmet (which was a novelty on basic carded figures in 2007) and a lot of articulation. How many does your army need? Read on!
Hey, do you know what's awesome? Anakin Skywalker in his space suit. It's a super-articulated figure with a fish bowl. This is awesome-- seriously, it's fantastic and goofy and I love it. You should own one. Read on.
As Hasbro promised, the name tab, cardback, and POP for VC13, formerly known as Anakin Skywalker, is now appropriately called Darth Vader per his transformation and appearance in Mustafar. Of course, you now have two The Vintage Collection "Darth Vaders" on the pegs, the other being VC08, but that shouldn't confuse anyone, right?
Hasbro corrected the paint error on VC15 Clone Trooper's helmet with the appropriate line around the cap. This particular sample was found at a Target store in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Offered before many of you were born, Rocket Firing Boba Fett is something of a holy grail, a legend not just in Star Wars, but in the world of toy collecting in general. The 2010 mail-in version has been changed significantly from the original design, meaning nobody should be able to pass this off as an original. Is this a pro, or a con? Read on!