While not called out on the front of the box, this ARF Trooper is basically Trapper from the really cool Geonosis story arc. There were zombies and dirt, which I hear kids love. Should you get him? Does he look like Waxer and Boil?
It's interesting to see that this Battle Droid is getting another run, and is one of the oldest figures to get a redeco in the line's run. (First issue 1998, this issue 2012.) So the STAP is quite different, but how about the figure? Read on!
The third time is the charm! We got R2-B1 before in 2000 and 2007, but this is the one you'll want. This "newly" released hard-to-find Walmart exclusive started hitting big in the last week, so did you get yours? And should you? Read on!
It's Clone Trooper Kix, one of very few Clone medics in the entire line. There are hundreds of these things, but doctors? Like one. What are they, disposable? Oh yeah, right. Hm. Anyway, go check him out!
From a semi-recent Battle Pack, Colonel Dyer is, for all intents and purposes, our best update of the Kenner Imperial Officer figure. Black uniform, gloves, and a blaster... he's our guy! So is the set worth your while? (Yes.) Read on!
This Battle Droid is the first release of the new 2012 Movie Heroes line-- the second is red. So this is just different to make you mad, particularly because it's from a cheap 2-pack mold at $9. So should you get it? No, but read on!
This Jedi Padawan is a sort of nameless extra from a recent Star Tours set. Not specifically from the movies or ride, he looks like he's based on an actual person but nobody really knows who it is. Do you? I don't. Anyway, read on!
This Imperial EVO Trooper was one of many different versions released by Hasbro since 2008. Do you want a little dirt? You can get that. This is one of the cleaner versions and came out last year-- it's also my favorite, so read on!