Sideshow unveils their upcoming Sixth Scale Darth Maul Duel on Naboo figure that features a fully articulated body, true to character sculpt, and amazing paint detail, not to mention his signature double bladed lightsaber with removable blades. The Sideshow exclusive even comes with an additional battle damaged "severed" lightsaber accessory.
Sideshow announces that Medicom is re-issuing the awesome Real Action Heroes Sixth Scale Darth Maul. The highly detailed, super articulated Sith Lord includes interchangeable hands, removable hooded cloak, and a Light Up Double Bladed Lightsaber.
Just after seeing him apparently meet his demise in The Phantom Menace 3D, Darth Maul returns for the season finale of The Clone Wars next month. EW.com has posted a teaser and he looks mad as Sith!
Opening Day moviegoers of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace 3D will receive these cool Darth Maul 3D Glasses while supplies last.
It’s not news that Darth Maul is back in 2012. The tattooed Sith Lord is the face of the Hasbro 2012 line and also will make a much anticipated appearance in The Clone Wars series. For his Vintage Collection figure, Hasbro achieves a masterstroke of sculpt, articulation, and even tailoring.
The Hasbro Darth Maul Giveaway site is now live. The grand prize is a life sized Darth Maul signed by George Lucas himself. 100 Force FX Lightsabers will be given away as a first prize. Entry forms can be found inside 2012 Vintage assortment figures and vehicles.
Sideshow continues to tease us into submission as they preview the awesome, compelling, and soon to be released for pre-order 12" Boba Fett!
Saga Legends parties like it's 1999 with this repacked version of Darth Maul. First released for The Episode I assortment as part of the Sith Speeder and Darth Maul deluxe vehicle set, the figure was also repacked as part of 2007's Saga Legends. Why the affinity for this particular figure? Beats us. We can think of a couple of other versions of Maul that would be a little bit more worthy of a $7-$8 pricepoint. As it stands, this figure is a fine example of another era. While we miss the novelty of Commtech Chips, let's leave this figure to that era.