Hey hey, it's Rey! This value 6-inch figure might be at Big Lots, Family Dollar, or Dollar General in the USA for $6 or $7. She has a lightsaber with a removable blade, 4 points of articulation, and not a lot of paint - but hey, what do you want for $6? If you can find her, get her, and read on!
The Imperial AT-ACT Driver is pretty cool - and at least locally, Hasbro shipped a bunch of this exclusive to Target stores. I'm still seeing them this week! It's basically the same as the Scarif Stormtrooper with new deco, but to me that's a pretty valid reason to buy a figure.
This 6-inch Darth Vader comes with a cool display base and as such, costs more than an average figure. It's nifty! Hasbro included details on the helmet you don't normally see on their Darth Vader toys. Read on!
Biggs' droid R2-F2 has a new name - and slightly different deco! Droid stuff seems to change under the new regime, but the one thing that never changes is that this is a repaint. Did you get yours? As 6-inch figures go, it's pretty sharp. Read on!
I'd bet that you don't have this particular Finn figure. I got it from Mexico, it was also sold in Australia and presumably a few other countries - but not the USA. It's a 6-inch "value" figure, and that The Force Awakens premiere assortment from 2005 hasn't shipped here. Finn has 4 joints and a black blaster in his fist - is he nifty enough to buy? Read on!
Check out the 3 3/4-inch Imperial Hovertank Pilot! It's pretty sweet. You didn't miss the tank, because as of yet there isn't one - maybe it'll appear in a future movie line. At least you've got a pilot to staff it if/when it ever comes! Read on.
This 6-inch First Order Snowtrooper is not the Black Series figure - it has only 4 joints and was sold outside the USA. It's neat! Hopefully Hasbro brings it over hear some day, for now it's eBay or bust. Read on!
It's Saw Gerrera! Exclusive to the Jedha Revolt 4-pack, this figure is loaded with detail, big hair, and a couple of accessories. If you didn't get one, you'll probably be sorry in a couple of years. Read on!
As named on the Jedha Revolt box, Edrio Two Tubes is a pretty good action figure. He can stand and sit, he has exquisite sculpting - the head in particular - and he has superior painting. The deco may not be entirely as accurate or as dark as the character in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but he does have the pilot equipment and rfile you're going to want. Hopefully you track this one down and don't miss it, because he's part of a worthwhile set. Read on!
Another 6-inch figure you probably haven't found at retail at all is the AT-AT Driver from last year. It's pretty great - lots of detail, lots of buttons, lots of articulation. It'll be perfect for that 6-inch scale AT-AT being made by nobody ever. Read on!
If you enjoy life, you'll probably want Sabine Wren. This 6-inch action figure is a Rebel Mandalorian artist with four accessories and some amazing paint operations on her armor. And working holsters. And a removable helmet with an articulated rangefinder - even Boba and Jango don't have that. Read on!
Still hard to find, the Snowtrooper has barely showed up in any stores - but you can get it online. It has two blasters and just enough mud on his boots that I assume you're going to dig it. I'd love it if you could army build it, but that seems unlikely right now. Read on!
While the line was small, Rogue One brought us a lot of really cool figures last year like this Scarif Stormtrooper Squad Leader. The 6-inch figure has a lot of color, plenty of articulation, and just enough paint on the gun to be interesting. Read on!
This bigger Baze Malbus figure is in circulation now - if you're lucky enough to find one. (Just get it online.) It has a huge gun and great articulation, plus rather large hair. There's also an easily lost accessory in the mix! You know you want one - read on.