Last but not least in this new wave of Vintage is Clone Pilot Odd Ball, a nicely-sculpted and pretty nicely painted new pilot! We didn't need a new mold, but Hasbro gave it to us and it turned out well. How well? Read on!
Some figures I love, and you'll hate. This Obi-Wan Kenobi may qualify, given it has an astonishingly good sculpt and Ewan McGregor likeness, but only 5 points of articulation. Since I'm right and you're wrong, what's wrong with you? Read on and find out!
Another one! The just-released 2012 Nikto Skiff Guard sports a great sculpt and exceptional articulation. And we made a video of it, too! Want to know how excited you should be about this one? Read on, or watch the video after the jump!
It's the new Vintage Collection Starkiller! He has so much gear, it's crazy. The sculpt is good, the paint is mostly good, and if you love lightsabers then this is the figure for you. Want to know more? Read on, and watch the video after the jump!
It ain't perfect, but this just-released Vintage 2012 Grand Moff Tarkin is pretty good. This is a figure with great engineering and parts reuse, and unfortunate color and plastic choices. (He's shiny.) The cloth skirt doesn't look so bad in person, and the sculpt is exceptional. Want to know more? Read on, or watch the video after the jump! (It's short, but not too short.)
Love 'em or hate 'em, we haven't done 'em much. So today, Shae Vizla has not only your normal Figure of the Day feature, but also a bonus video review. How does this new figure fare? Was the gallery from a few days ago just not enough? Well, read on and check out even more on this fantastic new release!
It's the new Captain Rex, which has exceptional deco and unexceptional articulation. Just get a look at the amazing painted detail, and then try not to cringe when you realize he has no wrist joints. Read on!
While long-awaited, Daultay Dofine didn't top a bunch of wish lists. The benefit of the long gap between his debut in the movies and his figure comes through in its great costume and articulation. Read on!
Best know to many as Klaatu, Wooof came out in late 2010 as one of the few figures which took an exceptionally long time to see a modern-era remake. He may be warming pegs, but is he worth buying? Read on!