Yes, you read that right. Wave 2 is barely showing up in stores in America and Europe and wave 3 is already showing up overseas! I’m sure we can expect to see these on eBay fairly soon… This does negate a previous rumor that the Praetorian Guard would be taking the place of the Range Trooper in this wave (thankfully false). Shout out to John P. and his friends who sent him these images!!
It’s difficult to process that The Black Series [Phase III] Enfys Nest’s Swoop Speeder/Enfys Nest 6″ vehicle set is finally arriving at TARGET and other retailers now, so many months after the film’s release, but here it is! See if it’s worth your money in our Research Droids Reviews today! Be sure to leave your thoughts in our comments section, vote in the poll or even comment about it on our Facebook page. Click the banner below for the direct link to the review! As always, you can also send your review requests via email if you’d like to see something that we didn’t cover yet.
The Star Wars [Solo] Enfys Nest 12-Inch Figure is pretty nice for what it is. Learn more in our Research Droids Reviews today! Be sure to leave your thoughts in our comments section, vote in the poll or even comment about it on our Facebook page. Click the banner below for the direct link to the review! As always, you can also send your review requests via email if you’d like to see something that we didn’t cover yet.
We’re finishing adding the latest The Vintage Collection wave to our Visual Guides with the addition of Enfys Nest (VC125). Click below to check out the full guide, and make sure to also check out our full review of this figure right here.
As you know, we’re taking an intense look at The Vintage Collection wave 18. Through comments and emails, readers are asking me if the four carry-forward figures in this wave have taped bubbles (because the new figures do not). I thought I would answer that in the form of this post. No, the old carry-forward figures like Rey (Jakku) and Supreme Leader Snoke (and the others) DO NOT come with taped bubbles. It almost makes it worth buying these figures again, doesn’t it? I will try to add photographic evidence to this post later today for those that need visual proof.
NEW FIGURES! The Vintage Collection’s Enfys Nest is a nice figure. But Hasbro could have done a little bit more to her. See our complete analysis in our Research Droids Reviews today! The full analysis is ready! Be sure to leave your thoughts in our comments section, vote in the poll or even comment about it on our Facebook page. Click the banner below for the direct link to the review! As always, you can also send your review requests via email if you’d like to see something that we didn’t cover yet.
They may have just gone up for pre-order a couple of days ago, but thanks to our fantastic suppliers, Jedi Temple Archives has an exclusive sneak peek of wave 18 of The Vintage Collection for you. Check out the all-new sculpts of Enfys Nest, Imperial Assault Tank Driver and Han Solo (from Solo: A Star Wars Story). Enfys Nest turned out beautifully. Hasbro succeeded in mixing soft-goods with molded details, creating an action figure that is seamless as it is gorgeous. She comes with interchangeable gauntlets (both opened and closed) and her signature battle staff. Imperial Assault Tank Driver is incredible. It’s painful to think it has taken almost two full years to get a 3.75″ super-articulated version of this character after 6″ versions and 5POA versions, but it is finally here. He fits inside of the Imperial Combat Assault Tank wonderfully. Han Solo is the bummer of the wave. He visually looks no better than the Force Link 2.0 pack-in figure. Of course, the figure has a ton of articulation, but it doesn’t alleviate how terrible his facial paint operations are. Thank the Maker that “photorealistic” technology is on the way to save The Vintage Collection. At least we hope it will save the day. Anyway, click through to check out this great wave of figures. The case assortment is riddled with repacks, but we have to remember that this is a Hasbro Star Wars grouping of figures. Why wouldn’t they overload us with repetitive figures we don’t want or need? Of particular interest, Hasbro eliminated the tape, and the bubble’s heat seal looks like it’s on the card for good this time. Time will tell. (P.S. Imperial Death Trooper is forthcoming.)
I received my Enfys Nest with Swoop Bike set a short while ago (in Germany) and wanted to give you a very brief look at the set. Nothing fancy. I’m not the resident figure reviewer on JTA. Paul’s review will follow shortly, most certainly, but before he will tell you all the details you’ll ever want to know let me show two or three photos! Click through for more!
Robot Kingdom is taking orders for the next wave of The Vintage Collection figures and they’ve added an image of the Enfys Nest figure carded. They’ve also added the case ratio
The Black Series [Phase III] 6″ Enfys Nest & Speeder Bike set has been officially revealed before it’s embargo, so we’ve been instructed to show it now. JTA sponsor Dorkside Toys is one of the retailers that has it up for pre-order now! Place your order!
A few of the upcoming Topps Trading Cards for Solo: A Star Wars Movie have been revealed. You can get a good look at Moloch, L3-37, Val and Enfys Nest. Click through to see the cards!
Update: high resolution photos of cardboard standups added to the post!
The brand new Solo: A Star Wars Story Force Link 2.0 Enfys Nest swoop bike is in stock now! Hurry you can get it a whole day early!
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