If you haven't seen it, you can see it here! The Star Wars Clone Trooper Hikari Sofubi Vinyl Figure is up for grabs now, and is limited to 1,500 pieces. Click here to order yours at Entertainment Earth. A few other versions of this item exist, including a 501st edition and an exquisite (and sold out) dirty penny edition. This figure is due in August for $79.99, and orders ship free in the USA.
We're back! For now. Let's look at Mosep Bineed, the first all-new Cantina alien in several years and one of precious few non-Clone new characters to hit the line in a while. And lucky for you, he's still pretty cheap online so get while the getting is good. Read on!
While we don't normally post movie-related dirt here, this blurb has been going around and was just too good to not share. Michael Jackson has had his eye on a lot of things, one of which was apparently the role of Jar Jar Binks. (So says Ahmed Best.) This video on Vice has a bit about it, and apparently - assuming this is not an elaborate joke - the singer wanted to do it as practical effects. It certainly sounds like it's trying to troll fans, but there were so many bizarre stories, true or otherwise, out of the prequels that it's certainly worth contemplating the possibility.
This week in Q&A: Let's talk Jumbo Vehicles and the expectations saddled with such a product. Also Jumbo Figures - costs are a problem. And collector figures - given the nothing we've actually seen for September and beyond, how is Hasbro destroying Star Wars forever?
So send in your questions for next week. Read on!
Hidden away in the Bandai booth, Bandai Tamashii Nations Movie Realization brings the whole quasi-samuai look to Star Wars. You've seen Darth Vader, you've probably seen the Stormtrooper, but did you see the Emperor's Royal Guard or the Sandtrooper? It's a good thing for you that I was thinking about you, reader, because I snapped a few shots while I was making my journey from meeting to meeting to bathroom to snacks to meeting to more snacks.
More photos have been added to our SDCC 2015 Image Bank featuring Sideshow, eFX Collectibles, LEGO, Acme Archives, Jakks, Hot Wheels, the Lucasfilm Pavilion, and more photos from the Convention floor.
This week in Q&A: Let's talk Comic-Con and the reveals of sorts. Also new movie ennui and the odd secrecy of al of that. We also look at what may be a bogus question, but hey, why not explain the better Darth Vader figures just in case? We can do that. And we will.
So send in your questions for next week. Read on!
Hasbro adds Season 2 Rex and the second Inquisitor to their booth. These figures are slated for release in Spring 2016 along with Mission Series Ahsoka Tano and Darth Vader. Rex features a nice removable helmet that perfectly on his bald and bearded noggin. Here's hoping a Season 2 Wolf is not far behind, although this figure will be probably require swappable heads.
A few months ago, Funko announced a crate of various forms of loot - specific to a license - with its Marvel Collector Corps program.
At Funko Fundays late Friday night, Funko's Brian Mariotti announced two expansions to this program. Can you guess what at least one of them is? Well, if you're reading this site, you should probably have figured it out.
Some official photos of 2016 product revealed on Thursday have been added to our SDCC Image Bank that include The Black Series, Saga Legends, and Titanium vehicles. Captain Rex appears to have suffered from lack of eating healthy gluten free meals at the Clone Cafeteria.
If there's one thing you can bet on for Hasbro Star Wars in 2016, it's that you're gonna need a heck of a lot more room. We have uploaded photos featuring Hasbro's The Black Series 2016 reveals yesterday that include a couple of new Star Wars Rebels additions to the 6 inch assortment and a vehicle that can also serve as a coffee table or T.V. stand it's so freakin huge.
Editor's note: Adam wrote this up as he sat in the panel. As such, it makes about as sense as you might expect for first-impressions as they happen.
Argle bargle panel! It's dark, it's noon, and I'm sitting near the back of a partially filled conference room. Jeff Labovitz is starting the talk with a bunch of other people whose names are too far away for me to see with all the heads in the way.
Hasbro plans on the big reveals after their SDCC panel today at 12 PT. While the bulk of Episode 7 product won't be officially released until Force Friday in September, we've been told there will be some exciting reveals today. Be sure to check back for our report.
We have uploaded SDCC15 photos from the Gentle Giant and Kotobukiya booths as well as plenty of Views from the Convention Floor. Be sure to peruse all the visual goodness that include an awesome Kenner Jumbo
In what feels like an increasingly implausible thing to say, another Star Wars movie was announced today! This one has no final title yet, but will be released May 25, 2018. According to StarWars.com the new film will be directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller - scribes of The LEGO Movie and the spectacular Fox TV series, The Last Man on Earth. The writing will be done by Lawrence and Jon Kasdan. And the focus of this new Star Wars anthology film? A young Han Solo.