It's time for Q&A, because we have to post something. Is it Online or Bust? Maybe - I don't know where you live! And how about kid-friendly action figures - sure, I like those, let's talk about that. And how about that Indiana Jones - could he slide in to Star Wars assortments? All this and tips for keeping those ankles extra sexy. Read on!
The Clone Wars slows down a bit with The Rise of Clovis. While we've had some of these themes played out before, we get to see a bit more of Anakin and Padme's "marriage" plus a really cool backstory for Clovis, which gives us limited insight into cultures in galaxies far, far away. Read on!
The Clone Wars continues in Galactic Hunter Video Theater with An Old Friend the good news is that it's a new arc. The bad news? It's a Padme arc, and Clovis is back from season 2. On the bright side, Anakin is along for the ride, as is Embo and his pet - but jealousy rears its ugly head yet again and apparently being married with a kid isn't enough for a Jedi, but whatever. Let's read on!
Q&A - you want it, you got it! This week let's talk the remaining figures for 3 3/4-inches - your mileage may vary, so leave us some nasty comments. Also: The Future of the Expanded Universe Post-Disney - do your favorite stories have legs? Maybe! And can we expect more reissues of existing Vintage figures? Probably - but maybe not the ones you were thinking of.
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The Clone Wars on Netflix finishes its first arc in Galactic Hunter Video Theater with Orders. We get to leave the dreary blah grey of Kamino for an action-packed tour de Force in Coruscant, complete with tons of aliens, night clubs, and wild chases through the streets. Sure, we've been here before, but it's fun! Read on.
The Clone Wars on Netflix on Galactic Hunter Video Theater continues with: Fugitive, which comes complete with the same scenery as last week, with even more Clones and flying whales and reminders of that final prequel. It's a lot more fun than the last episode, if for no reason other than to see a clone play detective. The whole "soldier" rhetoric wears thin, but it's a good time so read on!
What's on the docket for Galactic Hunter Star Wars Q&A? I'm glad you asked. Let's talk 12-inch figures, 31-inch figures, and 3 3/4-inch figures. Are they related? And then 3 3/4-inch figure futures - the good news is that there's a rich past, too. Let's also talk animation styles - because we've got the space. Send in your questions for next time, and read on!
Galactic Hunter Video Theater continues season six of The Clone Wars on Netflix. This week's episode: Conspiracy, where all of the high-flying action from last week is tossed out in favor of basically telling you what you already knew. At least we meet a cool little robot, right? Read on!
What? Finally! After years of speculation, the actual order of the episodes of The Clone Wars has been revealed by Lucasfilm's Leland Chee on the Twitter. Want to know which order you need to watch these episodes in? Well, maybe you shouldn't have ended that sentence with a preposition, but we still have the answer after the jump.
We're back? I'm surprised too! Welcome to the temporary return of Galactic Hunter Video Theater as we look at the encore of The Clone Wars on Netflix. This week's story: The Unknown, in which exposition happens and fan-favorite Admiral Trench returns! We'll look at one episode per week until supplies (or authors) are exhausted, so let's dive back into the prequel era for what may well be one final round of stories.
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Welcome to Q&A with me, some guy who used to be relevant to toy journalism back in the 1990s! This week: Let's talk Jawas, figures and vehicles. And let's also talk about Chewbacca Black Series toys. What a Wookiee! And while we're at it, how about Star Wars Rebels Vehicles which are likely to be the single greatest new thing since the 1980s? And maybe we'll speculate wildly with no real information about Episode VII, because everyone else is. Sounds good to me - read on!
Patrick in Easton, PA wrote in to say he found the MTT Multi-Troop Transport for a mere $39.99 at his local TJ Maxx store! (They share similar toy inventory with Marshalls.) It's probably worth taking a look in your area if you're still in the market for this beast - I even saw one at my closest Walmart today, still at around $90 though. Good hunting!
While not fun enough to warrant $130, the figures alone are probably worth the $40 - you get some slug Battle Droids, some decent droids, plus Obi-Wan Kenobi and a ton of guns in this box.