Oh Todo 360. We first heard about him from an early figure listing which didn't come to include him-- but we got him later, and he's pretty cool. (Only his head moves, though.) Should you bring the Seth Green robot home? Read on!
It's R2-D2, the way you always wanted him... as a reindeer. This 2002 exclusive was in short supply, but thanks to the collective short attention span of modern collectors he's cheap again! Rejoice, and read on!
This 2009 Han Solo gave us the figure with a stormtrooper belt, helmet, and armor for some reason. Well, it's still a decent figure, but getting his head right seems to be dang near impossible. Read on!
He's green now! The second attempt on R2-X2 seems to be the "official" one thanks to some bunghole suggesting the 2006 release be black. Ah well. Whose fault do you think that was? I sure don't know. Anyway, read on!
I love Jawa figures. For a while, Hasbro put out a new one almost every year-- this has since stopped, but it was a nice run to see new takes on the little guys with a companion droid. This was the last one so far-- how was he? Read on!
Behold, the very first and very angry Barriss Offee! Portrayed on TV as a younger hero-in-training, the first Hasbro action figure is a stylized, seemingly fully adult woman. Is this 2003 release worth a look? Read on!
Arguably the pinnacle of Hasbro's animated action figure design, the Mandalorian Warrior is yet another take on this group with some pretty swell accessories and stellar articulation. It doesn't get much better than this! Read on!
It's Ten Numb! He's taller than necessary, but he's got the white suit as seen in that one famous photograph. He might even still be at Toys R Us, three years after his release. Is he worth it? Read on!