Another in a series of hastily-written Star Wars toy impressions! This time, Wal-Mart's exclusive Jabba the Hutt! We reveal secrets, and you get to see Oola's shirt off. Read on!
We located one Jabba the Hutt with Oola Action Figure set at Wal-Mart in Phoenix, Arizona this afternoon. It it exclusive to the chain, and for those keeping track it was $34.97. It is worth noting that the pipe and bowl are retooled and do not include Jabba's creature snacks, so you may wish to hold on to the 2004 model's accessories.
Hey kids, it's the Dark Trooper! This awesome figure appears in a more primitive, more stabby incarnation. It's a shared exclusive between Toys "R" Us and online accounts... but that doesn't mean you're likely to see one in your travels. Is he worth putting in some effort to find? Read on!
This is one Star Wars figure a lot of fans missed. Tarados Gon was one of the last figures on the "blue" Legacy Collection packaging, and he came with an HK-47 part. If you missed him, should you fix that mistake? Read on!
Star of stage, screen, and podcasts, Yoda is all things to all Star Wars fans. Heck, he's even a great podcaster. This 2009 Clone Wars action figure is loaded with articulation, but should you add him to your massive pile of Yoda toys? Read on!
The Star Wars Kmart exclusive action figure Jodo Kast is starting to hit Kmarts according to your emails! The prices are said to be $8.49 or $8.99 depending on location. We have not personally found the toy but enough are surfacing for us to say happy hunting!
Hey kids, it's the Gungan Warrior! This one has the best sculpt Hasbro has ever done of the character... but the paint, not so hot. It's a solid item, and if given the chance, should you buy a ton of them? (Yes.) Read on anyway!
Did you make it to San Diego last weekend to wait in a line to get some figures? If not, HasbroToyShop.com has some of their items in stock right now, including Darth Maul vs. Owen Lars. If you're looking for some figures, don't wait and order your goodies quickly.
Hey kids, and welcome to the first Q&A on this exciting new template. Speaking of templates, I don't have one, so I'm fudging this one for our first installment. Anyway, let's look into Millennium Falcon variations, vintage Vintage figures at Toys "R" Us' web site, figures you can't find and feel compelled to keep asking about, and much more. How much more? So much more.
Our Hasbro Comic-Con Image Bank is updated with new shots of the upcoming final 4 Comic Packs exclusive to Entertainment Earth. They include Darth Nihl and Deliah Blue (Legacy #7), Jaster Mereel and Montross (Open Seasons #2), Jareal and Rohland Dyre (KOTOR #6), and Baron Fel and Ysanne Isard (Rogue Squadron #29).
Here's a link to a .PDF version of Hasbro's collector panel presentation. (It's a large download.) Also, here are just a mere few of the "Best-In-Show" highlights. (The real Best-In-Show or Beast-In-Show, Jabba-The-Hutt, was curiously missing from the panel despite being on actual display.) He's just that large and in-charge. (It's probably Oola's fault!) On with the show! (Beware of large downloads!)
Hasbro is giving away a Vintage Collection Boba Fett proof card today at their Comic-Con booth with Han Solo in his Echo Base outfit the card to be given out Sunday. These have been quite popular at the Con, and in terms of packaging art, is quite suitable for framing. An awesome way to kick off the "what's old is new again" Vintage Collection! For those who couldn't make it to the Con, look for a contest giveaway coming up soon!
The proof card of the day at the Hasbro Comic-Con booth is Bespin Luke. Two more cards remaining and we've been told they will be Boba Fett and Han Solo. Hasbro's on point with these awesome mock proof cards and here's hoping they return for Celebration V!
Hasbro Q&A panel today at the Con. Here are a few blaster points YOU NEED TO KNOW!