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!
If you collected vehicles from the 1978-1985 era of Star Wars toys, you no doubt recall some gorgeous photography on the boxes. Not being one to miss a good opportunity, Hasbro (by way of the great Sandtroopers.com) seems to be giving Kmart an exclusive Vintage B-Wing! Read on for more.
He appeared in tons of comics, and in 2010 Hasbro finally gave Tholme his own action figure... that you likely didn't see at retail more than once or twice. He comes with a swell cane and exception sculpting, so should you get him before he gets too expensive? Read on!
This new wave of The Clone Wars is just hitting, and I couldn't wait to write about Eeth Koth. Based on the rarely-seen Jedi Master from The Phantom Menace, this animated figure has an excellent design which makes a good toy and a nice collectible. Want to know more? Read on!
Will Expanded Universe figures like Jaina and Jacen Solo see a reissue? What's going on now that Comic Pack Figures are a thing of the past? And will there be more Republic Gunships? All this and more, in this week's Q&A!
While you may have heard the full story by now, we're going to post it here anyway to make sure. StarWars.com posted the full press release letting fans know what they're going to get on each of the nine discs in the collection, including numerous TV specials, deleted scenes, and new documentaries as well. Naturally, you'll want to click through for more.
The figures of Star Wars Clone Wars Wave 9 are hitting stores now, as I have just seen the wave at a Glendale, AZ area Toys "R" Us. Also, select online stores have received and shipped orders as well, so this might be a good time to go hunting for the new guys.
If you like clones, you probably can't get enough of the buggers. So take a look at this Special Ops Clone Trooper from earlier this year, an exclusive at Target stores. The head is new, the deco is unique, and he ain't half bad. Should you get one? Read on!
This Cloud City Wing Guard is also known as Utris M'Toc, best known from stills and not the actual movie. Ah well. So do you need this character from The Empire Strikes Back if you can find it? Read on!
Few figures got as many holographic incarnations as Darth Sidious. This is a medium-sized one. There was a full-size one in the basic line in 2000, a clear Emperor Palpatine in 2004, and another clear Sidious in 2005-- plus some tiny ones. How is the 2009 release? Read on!
From the fan favorite Season 3 episode "ARC Troopers", Commander Colt gets his own figure with unique experimental Phase II armor and Rancor Battalion markings, which should make him a hit on the pegs. View all the detailed photos now in our Image Bank!
Brand new Star Wars artwork has been added to the site, featuring highly detailed canvas artwork from Brian Rood and William Silvers. Add to your 12" line by picking up the new Sideshow 12" Greedo available at Brian's Toys. For more great stuff go to www.brianstoys.com/nl!
Sure, there's world-changing news going on, but I've got a mailbag to get through. What do we have this week? There's The Death Star Revenge of the Sith Figure Pack (which does not include an actual toy Death Star), we talk about actual new Vintage figures styled after the 1980s, and we even explore just how valuable an online poll can be. (Just because you want it doesn't mean you can have it.) Read on, and fire away with your questions for next time!