You may be able to find this Tall Jedi Padawan if you go to Florida this week! The Star Tours exclusive was reportedly not a huge hit, so some might be around in a Disney park near... well, someone. Is he worth grabbing? Read on!
Since not all of our Imperial AT-AT Walkers were asked to take part in the 11:38 "sneak attack" series, we were heading in another direction. This is the first of a series of photo montages of the new Imperial AT-AT "in play". We assume that this part of Blizzard Force is taking on the first wave of Rebel scum (no relation) to make way for Darth Vader's arrival. (Once again, note that the all-new Imperial AT-AT comes with ONE (1) AT-AT Driver and ONE (1) Speederbike.) Some of the products shown are not currently available at retail, but we hope they're in your collection anyway.
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Say hi to Clone Trooper Jek! Today's Figure of the Day debuted as an exclusive but eventually had an individually carded rerelease-- which was slightly harder to get. Should you have picked up this figure from The Clone Wars when you had the chance? Read on!
Hey kids, it's the first-ever Wedge Antilles action figure! He has 6 joints, a Hoth pilot outfit, and basically is worth getting only if you're a card-carrying member of the Cult of Wedge. But should you read on anyway? Yes.
The new Vintage Collection figures should be pretty much everywhere this week, we even saw some at lunch today. As such, it's time to decide if figures like this new Han Solo are worth your while. He's new, but is he cool? (Being he's from Hoth, after all?) Read on!
We will be monitoring [hint — encouraging] comments (for quality control, naturally) for a bit as we pack our bags and go through our checklists leading up to Celebration V in Orlando, FL. Comments can lead to goodies like Hasbro's Star Wars posters from Comic-Con 2010 (and maybe even surplus posters going back a few years); a set (or more once we take stock) of those oh-so frame-worthy backer cards (from Hasbro, naturally); and whatever goodies we stu
Our pal Victoria sent us a picture of a new Saga Legends Obi-Wan Kenobi variation hitting stores now. Both figures share the same SKU, but different tools were employed to make this figure. The first release was a repack of the Attack of the Clones Outlander Club version, sold as part of the dark blue and gold carded "Saga" figures in late 2003. The second release is based on the 2008 Revenge of the Sith figure on the "30th Anniversary" style cards which included display stands. Both are packed with guns, a card, a display
Hey kids, it's the brand-new (as of this week [or last month]) General Grievous! He has swappable heads, arms you can rip off, and even hackable legs. Unfortunately, his plastic is a little soft. Is he worth tracking down? Read on!
A few Target stores are beginning their resets for Back to School and that includes finally putting out some new Star Wars merchandise. The store in Chandler Village, Arizona rolled out their merch with Clone Wars and Saga Legend pricepoints at $6.99 and Vintage at $7.99 (AT-AT was $99.99) Also on the shelves are the new Hoth Assault and Clone Troopers & Droids Battle Packs. Happy Hunting Hunters. Now's the time for the late night runs and burning that gas! Whoohooo!!
The latest wave of new blue card Clone Wars action figures have been found by Mickey Gunslinger at a Walmart in Albuquerque (we guess Mickey must have taken that left turn!) The new figures include CW20 Mace Windu with battle damage Jango helmet, CW22 Battle Droid Commander, and CW24 Jungle Camo ARF Trooper.
Your pal and mine David Silva just updated his site Creative Beast with his work on the original sculpt for the just-released Jabba the Hutt! Wow! Check it out, won't you? Be sure to see all his amazing work, including McFarlane Toys figures and dinosaur sculptures!
Another in a series of hastily-written Star Wars toy impressions! This time, Wal-Mart's exclusive Jabba the Hutt! We reveal secrets, and you get to see Oola's shirt off. Read on!
We located one Jabba the Hutt with Oola Action Figure set at Wal-Mart in Phoenix, Arizona this afternoon. It it exclusive to the chain, and for those keeping track it was $34.97. It is worth noting that the pipe and bowl are retooled and do not include Jabba's creature snacks, so you may wish to hold on to the 2004 model's accessories.