Arguably the best version yet, this Plo Koon comes packaged with a vehicle and has-- get ready for it-- knee joints! That's what matters here. Should you get this one, even if it's the second or third one in your collection? Read on!
One of the cool things about the Star Tours line was the addition of "cast members" like this Jedi Master. It's just some dude made out of Agen Kolar parts with a new head, making it an ideal theme park exclusive. Should you get one? Read on!
Hey, it's the 2004 Y-Wing Pilot from the Toys "R" Us exclusive Y-Wing Fighter! It can sit just fine, and it's a great figure to put in a vehicle... but it's not very impressive by modern standards. Or the standards of 2004... or 1998. Want to see more? Read on!
Hey kids, it's a Clone Trooper! You love those, especially with wacky graphics on their chests. This one is particularly neat-- so read on!
Our little Ahsoka is growing up! Which means adulthood and either some form of death or exile is just around the corner. This new action figure takes the new, older version of the character and makes a darned good toy out of her. Read on!
He appeared in tons of comics, and in 2010 Hasbro finally gave Tholme his own action figure... that you likely didn't see at retail more than once or twice. He comes with a swell cane and exception sculpting, so should you get him before he gets too expensive? Read on!
This new wave of The Clone Wars is just hitting, and I couldn't wait to write about Eeth Koth. Based on the rarely-seen Jedi Master from The Phantom Menace, this animated figure has an excellent design which makes a good toy and a nice collectible. Want to know more? Read on!
If you like clones, you probably can't get enough of the buggers. So take a look at this Special Ops Clone Trooper from earlier this year, an exclusive at Target stores. The head is new, the deco is unique, and he ain't half bad. Should you get one? Read on!
This Cloud City Wing Guard is also known as Utris M'Toc, best known from stills and not the actual movie. Ah well. So do you need this character from The Empire Strikes Back if you can find it? Read on!
Few figures got as many holographic incarnations as Darth Sidious. This is a medium-sized one. There was a full-size one in the basic line in 2000, a clear Emperor Palpatine in 2004, and another clear Sidious in 2005-- plus some tiny ones. How is the 2009 release? Read on!
It's the Star Tours Officer, a rough plastic approximation of the cast members at a Disney park, as repainted by Hasbro. It's not exactly authentic, but it's weird, and that has to count for something right? Read on!