The Jakku Landspeeder version of Finn is, surprisingly, quite different. The head looks better, the leg pose is improved, and he can more easily fit in vehicles. It's great! If you're thinking about getting this one, you probably should. Read on!
There are two BB-8 action figures so far - this is the 3 3/4-inch one that comes with the Millennium Falcon. It has some dirt on it, and one point of articulation. I assume it will be the most-stolen action figure of the year, but let's see how it shakes out. I like the droid, I like the vehicle it comes in - will you? Read on!
From The Force Awakens toy line, Kanan Jarrus has a new hat! Also new shoulder deco. And a really cool Y-Wing Scout Bomber vehicle. It's worth picking up for the vehicle, and the figure with its changes is a heck of a nice bonus. If you already have several Kanans, though, buying another one is probably not going to do it for you. Read on!
We don't know if this Stormtrooper Officer is in the movie yet, but we do know it comes with an armored, gun-packed Assault Walker vehicle. It's similar to the carded Stormtroopers (all three of which I have seen in stores as of yesterday), but the plastic is a slightly different texture and shade of white - plus there are minor manufacturing differences. Want to know more? Let's say that you do. Read on!
Based on the box, I'm pretty sure his name is the Special Edition Stormtrooper. It's black, has knees, and a cool red stripe pattern on his chest. He has a plug-in blaster and can more or less sit on his speeder bike. Want to know more? Read on!
If you liked Rey, you'll love Rey (Speeder)! Maybe. The same basic form is kept, but all of the parts are different - the head is new, the torso is tweaked, the hands have sculpted gloves, and the feet lack copyright marks. There are some color differences too! Also it includes a landspeeder thing. Read on!
I know what you're thinking. "Poe Dameron doesn't fit in the X-Wing!" Well, he does - you have to work him in there a bit, but you can absolutely get that canopy closed over him without smooshing down his removable helmet. It could be easier to do, of course, but figure/vehicle compatibility seems to be an increasingly tough thing to get. The X-wing pack-in figure is very similar to the individually carded version, but there are a number of minor changes all over - want to see a quick comparison? Read on!
You might not have this one yet. The red-striped removable helmet of this First Order TIE Fighter Pilot Elite is exclusive to the "desert" TIE Fighter sold at Toys R Us as an exclusive, and as you know it's showing up right now. If you collect one of every figure, you're going to want this one too. Read on!
Today let's look at Poe Dameron (Armor Up), one of the unique-to-the-armor-series figures! He's pretty great - new sculpt, nifty armor, and of course higher price tag. Should you get one? (As of right now - yes.) Read on!
If you're OK paying more for a figure, Finn (Starkiller Base) is worth a look. It's basically the same as the cheaper version with a different accessory, but the Armor Up coverings are actually quite nice - wouldn't you say? Read on!
A new character! X-Wing Pilot Atsy is the name on the front of the packaging, so let's go with that. He has a unique body and head, so odds are you'll want to get this one. His packaging art has some Aurebesh on it - wouldn't you like to know what it reads as? Read on!
Let's look at the new R2-Q2 from the Disney parks boxed set! The deco is actually pretty different from the previous R2-Q2 domes, so give this one a look if you're looking to flesh out a shelf with robots. Read on!
Another First Order Stormtrooper is already out, this time with a different build-a-weapon. Or "COMBINE" weapon, or whatever. The figure is the same, but the little gun is new - do you need it? Read on!
Hey, he's got a new hat! That's not true - but The Force Awakens rerelease of Kanan Jarrus does include a new gun. It's sort of like a Portal gun, but not - it combines with other gizmos to make a sort of a messy mortar thing. If you missed Kanan, like nobody did, here's another chance - and if you're a weapon completist, here's something new. Read on!
The regular Flametrooper is pretty much the same one in the Armor Up version and the Amazon boxed set (that just got delayed) save for accessories. It's sort of like a Clone Commando, but a little different. Should you army build this one? Read on!