Hasbro was on a roll a few years ago, if you loved astromech droids it couldn't be better. R4-H5 was one of many awesome new robots released in 2008, and he's not too expensive. Is it time to buy? Read on!
It's not every day that we get a requested Rebel pilot, and Ekelarc Yong was surprising. Not that Hasbro made him, but that Lucasfilm named him that. I don't know how to pronounce the first name, but is it a good figure? Read on!
You've seen Yoda masks, and Stormtrooper helmets. So what's the next big thing in roleplay headgear? Star Wars Air Hedz, revealed at UK Toy Fair by our friends at the Idle Hands Blog. Naturally, you'll want to click through to see more.
It says "Hasbro" on the box, but this Star Tours Yoda is more of an abomination. It's ugly, and there are three variations of it involving lightsaber and skin coloring. Should you get it? (No.) Read on!
I love Jawa figures. For a while, Hasbro put out a new one almost every year-- this has since stopped, but it was a nice run to see new takes on the little guys with a companion droid. This was the last one so far-- how was he? Read on!
This was the first trooper version of the Mandalorian Warrior released by Hasbro-- and it's a slightly different color than the rest. I still like it-- but is this bike rider worth the price of admission? Read on!
The Twin-Pod Cloud Car Pilot is a fantastic figure with a great design and tons of articulation, but if you go to the store you may see that most people don't share my enthusiasm. (It hung around.) Read on!
This 4-LOM is pretty awesome, and a convention exclusive from last year. It takes the modern Zuckuss figure and paints it in vintage Kenner 4-LOM colors. I think it's the best version of the character yet, so read on, and then go get one! Go on, read!
Long alluded to by Hasbro via their Q&A sessions, this new Tauntaun test shot can be seen at Sandtroopers.com in their forums. Presumably this is something that will be revealed at (or even released by) Comic-Con this July, but the actual fate of this item is presently unknown. Be sure to take a look, and post your thoughts below!
So it's come to this, another Emperor Palpatine repaint. This one came in the Crimson Empire boxed set with Royal Guard trainees and Darth Vader-- maybe you bought it, maybe you didn't. Should you? Read on!
Have you heard all those rumors that Star Wars is floundering as a toy line? All lies. The Hollywood Reporter confirms that in 2010-- a non-movie, non-major release year, that our favorite space brand brought in a whopping $510,000,000. This includes both Hasbro and LEGO products.