The Seventh Sister Inquisitor was shown last February at Toy Fair and started hitting stores about a month ago - along with another shirtless Darth Maul, as is the style at the time. She has a miniature droid, a lightsaber, and a removable face mask. She also has the ability to fall over and has eschewed such elements as foot peg holes. Want to know more? Read on!
If you can't get enough pink in your action figure boxes, QT-KT is one you'll want. There aren't many pink figures in the thousands of plastic men and women in Star Wars, but here's one. It's based on the bartender droid mold, minus the bartender stuff. Also, Happy Thanksgiving. Read on!
This is the first Snowtrooper Officer to be made in Vietnam - and at first glance, it's just a deco variant. But it's not. This is an all-new sculpt - everything is basically in the same place, but the details, the textures, and the sizes of elements have changed. The height is a little different, and you'll notice some pretty significant changes on the bottom of the backpack. Check it out - read on!
It's the Death Trooper! Which is kind of a silly name for a government to employ for its military, but then again we also have a Death Star and such. It's a decent figure with a ridiculous backpack - and it comes in a two-pack with a cool alien. I assume you've bought yours by now. If not, read on!
Thanks to my pal Shannon once more, the droid R2-H16 is here in the office! He's at Disneyland and other Disney parks now for pennies under $13. He also has an all-new hat. You won't want to miss this festive fellow, as he'll likely disappear from the parks before the new year. Get yours, read on!
This Poe Dameron wears an outfit you probably missed in the movie - but it's there! It comes with a giant gun thing that you may have also missed in the movie. This wasn't there. It's in stores now, so is it worth getting? Read on!
It's R7-D4! It's Plo Koon's droid, who is now enjoying its second figure - the first was an animated take from The Clone Wars. This one is an Entertainment Earth exclusive, and new this year. Want to know more? Read on!
Hey kids, Hoth Battle Gear is making a comeback! Captain Cassian Andor (Eadu) looks like he draws from equal measures Luke and Han from The Empire Strikes Back, which means they probably nailed the costume here. He has a gun, a zipline, and a better-than-expected face given the tiny features and stubble. He's shipping now - should you track him down? Read on!
Rebel Commando Pao has a familiar backpack and an all-new screaming head! The rest of him is also pretty much all-new. It's part of a good two-pack with a Death Trooper, so you'll probably want to get it. You can also get it in a Kohl's set. Point being, you're going to wind up with one. Read on!
The Scarif Stormtrooper Squad Leader is pretty awesome - and it's part of a great set. I'm seeing these around, so you should probably snag one when you see it. Just look at those colors! It's pretty fancy. Read on!
It's Moroff! He comes with a trooper you want, but is actually a pretty fantastic figure himself. He may have laughable hair, but it would seem that sort of thing is accepted as of late. He also includes a giant backpack cannon and a smaller - but still big - rifle. Read on!
This new Imperial Stormtrooper looks like how most people imagined Sandtroopers in the 1990s - most customs were just a shoulder pad on a Stormtrooper, and it was always orange. The configuration appered in Star Wars Rebels too - but this is the movie Rogue One version with an added ammo pouch. Swanky! Read on!
Baze Malbus is some sort of weapons expert in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The figure was designed accordingly with a massive backpack rocket launcher that may or may not be in the movie. I have no idea - all I know is that I have this figure in my hands and it looks pretty good. Read on!
It's Sergeant Jyn Erso (Jedha) from wave 2 of the 3 3/4-inch Rogue One line! She has a scarf, a blaster, a rocket launcher, and feels like she'd be right at home in the mid-late 1980s "off camera" world of Star Wars toys. If she couldn't pilot the ATL Interceptor, I don't know who could. But is she worth picking up - even with appearances in an upcoming gift set and vehicle? Read on!