You saw our recap of The Clone Wars [Blue] line yesterday. Let’s take a look at what was offered in The Clone Wars [Red] line. Now that THE CLONE WARS television show is back, we hope that these posts can inspire both Hasbro to get the creative juices flowing again and get out some of their greatest hits from years’ past in addition to tooling new characters they never got to yet (even the cancelled ones). Please click through to check out The Clone Wars [Red] line that ran from 2009 through 2010. Links for Research Droids Reviews and Visual Guides are provided. And if you don’t see the RDR button, it just means that we only have the review and not the Visual Guide to that item. Enjoy! We’re locking the comments on THIS article, so feel free to relive your memories in the actual review pages. THANK YOU!
Over the next week, we’re going to recap the outrageously wonderful The Clone Wars lines from Hasbro. It ran for an incredible five years. It started humbly, then gained momentum and reached its peak by its third year. It then went out like a lamb its last two years, sadly. It went from a mainline to a sub-line until it finally was absorbed into the general basic figure line. But now THE CLONE WARS television show is back (some of the most fabulous news out of Disney Star Wars to date)! We hope that these posts can inspire Hasbro to get the creative juices flowing again. We want to see them get out some of their greatest hits from years’ past in addition to tooling new characters they never got to yet (even the canceled ones). Based on the Rebels line, it appears that Hasbro is more than likely to go with an “animated” approach to this revived Star Wars Entertainment. It would complement the previous lines wonderfully too, but it’s also likely that articulation will take a back seat and not be a focal point. Hasbro will see this as a kids’ line when the new episodes air. Anyway, click through to check out The Clone Wars [Blue] line that ran from 2008 through 2009. We’ve provided links for Research Droids Reviews and Visual Guides below. And if you don’t see the RDR button, it just means that we only have the review and not the Visual Guide to that item. Enjoy! We’re locking the comments on THIS article, so feel free to relive your memories in the actual review pages. THANK YOU!
Disney may be on pace to announce a new series of Star Wars films each week, but JTA hasn’t forgotten about Star Wars: The Clone Wars and this week we’ll be looking at one of the series’ best episodes. Click the banner below to read our full review of the season one classic, “Trespass.”
I have a lot to say about The Last Jedi. Click the banner below to read JTA’s review of Episode VIII. BEWARE: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS FULL SPOILERS FOR THE LAST JEDI.
I have good news and bad news. The good news is that we have another Star Wars: The Clone Wars review for you. The bad news is that the episode heavily features Jar Jar Binks, and he isn’t even voiced by Amed Best. Click the banner below to read the full review!
The latest two-part episode of Star Wars Rebels featured the return of Saw Gerrera and several Rogue One connections. Click the banner below to read the full review.
Forces of Destiny returned with a half-hour television special earlier this month. The special mixed existing material with four brand new micro-episodes. Click through to read our review of the first Forces of Destiny television special!
The official publication date is a few days out yet, but we’re happy to provide you with an early look at the photo gallery and review to Disney Parks’ BB-8 Droid Factory figure. We’re underwhelmed (and it has nothing to do with being a character from The Force Awakens). Find out why.
Once again, thank you for another incredible year checking out our FlashBack Reviews, a subset of our Research Droids Reviews. We’ve just celebrated our 8th year of RDRs and to date we have accumulated 15.5 million views. As a reminder, FlashBack Reviews are really just a “fancy” way for JTA to let our readers know that we’re updating our photo galleries and the review content like the Collector Notes (and so forth) on the best (and sometimes worst) Star Wars collectibles money can buy. FlashBack Reviews will be “closed” from June through August, returning on September 1st 2017 when we will focus on the incredible toys from The Vintage Collection (for obvious reasons). It’s time to get into TVC mode! So be sure to check out FlashBack Reviews again when it returns this September 1st! Please note this will have no effect on our Research Droids Reviews column. Catch our latest FlashBack Reviews HERE.
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