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The very first Gungan Warrior figure to have a full body was sold exclusively with a $75 creature at a store that was in very few cities. It's a little old-fashioned today, but it looks different than the rest. Should you get it? Read on!
Did you get enough of the vintage-style 3-packs? How about figures from the original 2003 Clone Wars TV show? We look at these, Tauntauns, and much more in this week's Q&A!
It's Obi-Wan Kenobi with dirt! This new version is filthy, and is modeled after the character's time on Geonosis from season 2 of The Clone Wars. The set is pretty good and includes two more figures-- should you get them? Read on!
The new Darth Sidious and Ben Quadinaros are just two of several exciting new figures shown on this new JediDefender Gallery. Go check them out! With the exception of what is going to be an overpriced Battle Droid repack, it's a great batch! Just click here for more.
It's the new one! And he can sit! Han Solo is showing up in pretty decent numbers at your local Targets right about now, so if you haven't bought one, you might want to consider doing that. Why? 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!
Might we be seeing more Ahsoka figures? How about lower prices any time soon? Maybe, and maybe not, respectively. All this and a great way for new fans to bolster their collections on the cheap are in this week's Q&A!
Hasbro and Hunter PR joined forces to let GalacticHunter.com ask questions. Here are two of them for the next round of 2011-- if you've got a burning question, leave it in the comments-- we might just choose it to pass along!