Courtesy of an astute member of the Rebelscum forums, scans of the latest issue of ToyFare magazine previews the upcoming The Vintage Collection action figures of Barris Offee, Bom Vidin, Weequay, and a brand spankin new upgraded Rebel Fleet Trooper! There's also unpainted first shots of Fan's Choice favorite winner Bastila Shan and one Doctor E!.
As if you even need anymore reason to attend a FREE screening of The Clone Wars on the big screen, fans attending the theatrical event will also receive a FREE one sheet poster featuring the new series villain, Savage Opress, in 30's style "classic horror" art.
Being that this is a limited event, this should prove to be a great piece of collectible memorabilia and/or wall art. Read the full story at StarWars.com.
Get the Boba Fett rocket-firing figure mail-in at Brian's Toys! Save the hassle and get it now before Christmas.
Hasbro sure likes to make barely-different troopers, like this Scout Trooper from 2007. Hasbro put out a big exclusive boxed set at Target and painted each Biker Scout differently-- just to keep you busy. (Or to make your dioramas better, perhaps.) Either way, how is it? Excellent. Read on, dudes!
It's the first-ever modern-era Wicket which, at nearly 12 years old, is a lot less modern. This was one of the first two modern Ewoks, setting the bar for the slow drip to follow for the next few years. He was just upgraded, but how does the original stack up? Read on!
Right out of the climactic scene from Return of the Jedi comes these new and exciting packaged images of the forthcoming Battle Over Endor Battlepacks courtesy of JediNews UK.
The next issue of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Magazine hits shelves on December 7, and if you thought issue 1 was out of this world, issue 2 is totally out of the galaxy!
Here is a quick update from http://www.bigbadtoystore.com about more great new arrivals, exciting new preorders, and a new Holiday Sale! Over 3500 items have been reduced between 20% and 90% off including tons of older Star Wars figures!
Ever since 21 used the name of Count Dooku as a euphemism for an act in the bathroom, fans have wondered if we'll get a better version of the figure. OK, that's not at all true, but this is indeed a better version of Christopher Lee. Should you run out and buy him at Target right now? Read on!
Hasbro's latest print ad spotlights their new Vintage Collection and The Empire Strikes Back wave featuring Han Solo and Princess Leia recreating the Hoth Rebel base evacuation.
Size matters not, yet Yoda comes packin with a firing cannon! First released in 2005 for the Revenge of the Sith collection, this version comes with a removable plastic molded cape, which hinders his poseability when he has it on, but has decent articulation underneath.
Since the 1970s, Boba Fett has been a major presence in fan imaginations and toy boxes. This younger incarnation of the character has stunning articulation, good accessories, and, sadly, no helmet. It's a big improvement over the other prequel-inspired figure, but should you get him? Read on!
The "guts" of this sculpt was from the Sith Evolutions figure from 2005, which Hasbro retooled along with a new headsculpt for The 30th Anniversary Collection in 2008. Now that The Vintage Collection figure is considered the frontrunner, this SL version, with its limited arm articulation but not too bad a head sculpt, is relegated to secondary Battle Pack filler status. You know, for the kids.
Galen Marek or Starkiller, the Secret Apprentice, or whatever you want to call him has a lot of names, and even more costume changes. This 2010 release is based on a Jango Fett mold-- and it's pretty great! Read on to see what you're missing.
Irvin Kershner, the much praised director of The Empire Strikes Back, passed today at 87 years old. Star Wars fans know well the important role of the man behind the vision of what is almost universally regarded as the best of the six Star Wars films. May you be one with The Force, Kersh. Read the full story here.