It's Dengar from 2008! Here, Hasbro took an existing figure and applied Marvel coloring, giving you the finest Dengar 2003 had to offer in the weirdest colors 1981 had to offer. And the end result? Not bad. Read on!
So when are we getting more Republic Commando toys? Is there a known sequence for The Clone Wars episodes? And how do you deal with a bad torso joint on your Clone figures? All this and more await you in this week's Q&A!
It's the newest version of C-3PO from Hasbro's The Vintage Collection! Said to be the first figure they designed with digital sculpting techniques, the figure has several removable panels and more articulation than any other movie 3PO yet. How is he? Read on!
There weren't a lot of movie-authentic options for Darth Maul. You can have his robes on, or off.. and if they're on, you can have the hood up if you want. This one came with a Sith Attack Speeder vehicle which was a neat Mini-Rigs concept. Should you get the figure? Read on!
Are you afraid you missed a rare 501st Clone Trooper you saw on another site? What's the deal with packaging errors these days, should you buy them? And is it too late to get a Battle Pack that shipped last year? Maybe-- are you willing to work for it? Did you know Order 66 wasn't always meant to be in Revenge of the Sith? All this and more, if you read on!
More new Clone Troopers and all sorts of craziness can be seen in this new 30-second spot shown to fans at Wondercon over the weekend. Since my crack research team tells me that, statistically, you were not likely to be there, you may wish to see it.
Over on the Gentle Giant Ltd. blog, you can catch some information on the 2011 Premiere Guild membership. There are three exclusives from which you can choose, one of which is the pictured Darth Maul while another is a mystery Star Wars item and a third item is from Marvel.
And to think, the season 3 finale of The Clone Wars just aired in the USA last night! Wasting no time, the official site posted a 30-second teaser showing off season 4. R2-D2 & C-3PO get hit by some net, we see a Mon Calamari warlord (heck, it might even be Ackbar) and loads of Clones. In short, it looks good! Check it out.
I define Leesub Sirln as "too obscure." Why? In the 1990s when she got a trading card made of her, everybody I asked told me they were pretty sure it was an airbrushed original design created just for Decipher's Premiere Edition of the Customizable Card Game. What say you? Read on!
Hey, another Clone Trooper! This one has a removable helmet and 501st-esque detailing, and was sold in the Previews (and later Toys "R" Us) exclusive Battlefront II gift packs. Those are pretty nice sets-- but how is this figure? Read on!
Just a friendly reminder, today's the last day to send for your Clone Wars Sgt. Bric with Battle Mat. Requests to Hasbro must be postmarked no later than today. To get it, you'll need to submit the order form and 5 UPCs from any Legacy Build-A-Droid figure, any Vintage Collection 2010-2011 figure, any animated-style Clone Wars basic figure, and any Saga Legends figure since the introduction of the weapons locker in 2008.
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!