Let's look at Ahsoka in her first and so far only "realistic" action figure. She has 4 lightsabers in all, with 2 lit and 2 hilts. It's not a bad buy. Did you pick her up yet?
It's Clone Commander Neyo! Initially sold in an exclusive gift set, this unique trooper has a helmet you don't see many other places. I like it. Will you? Probably.
While I keep hitting "refresh" waiting for the Todd Glass Show to update, why don't you read about the 2012 Vintage Collection Weequay figure? The 1983 original was good, the 1997 remake was magnificent, so the 2012 version must be perfection right?
While a highly-demanded action figure, Jocasta Nu has been created as a lavishly-packaged, high-quality, and high-price exclusive action figure. Shipped in a spiffy thick box with a Vintage carded figure inside, Madame Nu includes a lightsaber, bust of Count Dooku, holocron, purse, and of course the figure.
Meet the Blue R7 Series Astromech Droid! It's not the same as the 2008 release, but it is different enough to warrant your attention. It might not warrant the trip to Orlando to get one at Disney Hollywood Studios... but well, it was for me!
Check out the Imperial Navy Commando, part of the last big boxed set we got based on the lesser-console exclusive levels of The Force Unleashed. It's a good figure, despite being unrecognizable to fans of the game series who played it on the Xbox 360 or Playstation 3.
Behold, the best-ever Watto action figure on the market today! The price isn't bad, the deco is better than the 1999 version, plus he has a swell companion figure. Do you know which one this is? You will!
It's on sale for a couple of bucks off right now! The Target Special Edition Darth Maul Tin Fighter Pods Set should be widely available near you, and it's pretty good. Eight of the figures are repacks from series 1, but there are several unique clone troopers, a metallic Darth Maul, and the first-ever figure of Ziro the Hutt plus some uniquely-shaped pods. I won't lie to you, I happily paid full price for it just to get a Ziro. Check out all the new little figures after the break.
Let's look at another new Vintage action figure - but be warned, I hear they're starting to sell out and it hasn't even been a week since they hit! Today it's the updated Nien Nunb, which is a new version of the 1983 and 1997 figures, both of which were exceptional in their days and are still quite good. Now he has a blaster based on the boxy 1980s version, plus a 1997-esque rifle and 14 points of articulation. I love it. I assume you will too. Watch the video after the break!
Oh yes, it's Lumat! More than just a Graak repaint, this figure is a redeco of the new Logray body with some swell new additions. It's an online exclusive, plus one of the last remakes of unmade 1980s action figures. Should you care? I do, this is one of my favorite Ewoks of the year... and we got a bunch in 2012. Watch the video after the jump!