The all new CW26 Flamethrower Clone Trooper may not be what J. Geils had in mind, but who's to argue? Along with two types of flame accessories, you get a stand and die to play your Galactic Battle Game. Don't forget to send in your POP's for the Sergeant Bric mailaway! And certainly don't forget to post your comments on the latest iteration of the Clone Trooper.
The Cerean Jedi Master finally gets his chance in Clone Wars style plastic and he ain't bad at all. CW25 Ki-Adi-Mundi is the latest Image Bank update and you can find him in stores now, specifically Toys R Us.
Here's a stunner-- this new Cad Bane isn't merely a retooled figure. The head, body, and most of the entire thing is new construction, and it has a spectacular range of motion. Oh, and his bike is pretty cool too. Want to see more? Read on!
If there's one constant in the universe it's that you never know what you might get from a General Grievous action figure. This one is pretty solid-- huge feet, swappable arms, and a nice sculpt ensure he doesn't fall to pieces or melt on you, but his legs could misshapen with time. Would you believe it's one of the best Grievous figures in years? Read on!
Mickey Gunslinger reports finding the AWESOME ARC Troopers and Mandalorian Commandos Battlepacks at ToysRUs in Chandler, Arizona. He was also tipped by a helpful sales clerk that the exclusive TCW Nikto Guard is in the warehouse by the thousands and set to ship next week. Happy Hunting everybody!
Hey kids, it's another Clone Trooper, this time based on the newer sculpt. It's in the Bantha Squad, and it is a decent new version of the same (or similar) design we've come to love since 2002. Read on!
We got a good question about the new variants hitting stores, so here's an adequate answer!
Is there a foil hunt version for every TVC figure? If so, that sure is a lot of hunting to do *sigh*. If not, which ones do have a foil version?
Still available in some towns, this Shadow Stormtrooper cast in clear plastic is an unusual creature in our favorite action figure line. Rarely does Hasbro do Star Wars releases cast entirely in clear plastic, but here you go. Is it worth it? Read on!
Galactic Hunter: The easiest and hardest question to tackle was partially answered at Celebration V. As collectors asked whether the Young Boba Fett's Slave I from The Clone Wars animated series would lead to Slave 1 from The Empire Strikes Back, the answer was simple and obvious —'Yes, if it sells well enough.' So there's an additional sales pitch! The question is, hypothetically (aside from paint ops) what changes could/would be made, and what figures (again hypothetically) would the team like to see included? This would be the perfect chance to get a mustachioed Bespin Guard out, or is he going to get the fully carded treatment?
Galactic Hunter: Did all of the children swapping droid parts (and showing off their "kitbash" droids) at the along with the adults offering to buy them do anything to persuade Team Star Wars to put together a little Build-A-Droid/Droid Factory playset? (It can be mostly cardboard even - it's obvious that the droids are the focus and play pattern. That was COOL!)
For 5 POP's and $7 bucks, you can get a small piece of your childhood back. Well, for a lot of us. VCP03 Rocket Firing Boba Fett has a special place in Star Wars collecting history and kudos to Hasbro for making this mailaway happen. The first wave is shipping now, so be nice to your mailman lest he get bent out of shape.
For VC09 Boba Fett, Hasbro updates last year's BD36 (which in turn was an update of the Evolutions Fett), gives it a more authentic paint refresh, and tweaked the helmet to make it a little more movie accurate. We can nitpick about wrist articulation and giving him a Jeremy Bulloch as Chuck Norris head, but this figure coupled with the awesome vintage packaging needs to be on your hunt list if you can find one. It really is the best Fett yet. Post your comments and let us know what you think!
Reports are coming in of collectors receiving their Mail Away Vintage Boba Fetts from coast to coast. The not so good news is the mailer boxes haven't been the sturdiest and cards have been coming in bent and crushed.
You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have VC08 Darth Vader. An awesome new head sculpt with the body of the Evo Vader is diminished by the inability of the 3 piece helmet to stay together. With apologies to Tootie, what's your take on the new Dark Lord of the Sith? Post your comments and be heard!
In the Star Wars universe, when one makes an assessment of a particularly dire situation, like, oh say, an impending land battle with a superior Imperial force, you're better off saying "I have a bad feeling about this" rather than an over exuberant "feeling you can take on the whole Empire" yourself. VC07 Dack Ralter features a whole new head sculpt and some recycled parts from previously released pilots. Make sure to post your comments!