It’s the final Mando Monday and Hasbro has a couple new reveals today. Take a look! These will be up for preorder on Hasbropulse at 4pm EST today.
Force FX Darksaber – $250
Boba Fett Helmet – $119
The Vintage Collection Fives is up at Pulse! Thanks to all those that wrote in to alert us!
Hasbro Pulse live-streamed another Star Wars Fan First Friday this morning. All reveals go on sale at 1 PM Eastern. Here are today’s reveals:
Hasbro Pulse JUST ANNOUNCED 4th and 5th tier UNLOCKS for the HasLab Razor Crest. The fits is a display stand for the vehicle. The second is a carded TVC Offworld Jawa Elder with SOFT-GOODS! See Instagram for more!
“Unlock #4 (15k backers needed) gives backers a Hasbro Star Wars The Mandalorian Display Stand. Display the Razor Crest on your shelves with this slightly tilted stand to make it look like the ship is in flight! Unlock #5 (17k backers needed) gives backers a Star Wars The Vintage Collection Offworld Jawa Elder (Arvala-7) with exclusive Kukri knife, necklace, open mudhorn egg, and card back you can only receive with the HasLab Razor Crest. (Final product may vary in color or detail.) See more images on HasbroPulse.com! You only have until 11:59PM ET on November 9, 2020 to back this project. This is the way.”
Today’s Fan First Friday concentrated on the HasLab Razor Crest development. The most interesting tidbits:
Most of the video concentrated on showing off the in-hand gray model prototype. You can see the entire video here. No other new announcements were made.
The Hascon exclusives went live a few minutes ago for premium members. I was able to secure the Vintage Collection ARC Trooper 3-pack. How did you fare? They were still available as of writing this post. Did you like how the process worked this time with the captcha? Let us know if you got what you wanted or if you came up a little short!
Hasbro Pulse revealed via their Social Media pages a new The Black Series exclusive Heroes of Endor set.
This will be available exclusively on Hasbro Pulse (US & Canada only). This premium set inspired by the Star Wars: Return of the Jedi includes 4 figures: Han Solo, Princess Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, and Paploo, plus a Speeder Bike and 6 accessories.
The first-ever Hasbro PulseCon is happening on September 25 & 26, 2020 exclusively on the Hasbro Pulse YouTube Channel.
This 2-day virtual event gives you, the fans, access to your favorite Hasbro brands, reveals, entertainment, & more. Click here for more details.
So, what do you think Hasbro will reveal tomorrow during Fan First Friday? Will the HasLab be revealed? Will Hasbro announce they’re completing the Kenner 96 in one fell swoop. Are we getting ou long-awaited Death Star? Will they make the Tantive IV? Will we get more cantina aliens and Jabba’s Palace aliens since Hasbro treats them terribly in the modern line? Or will it be another The Black Series 6″ show loaded with everything 3.75″ collectors want in 6″ scale instead?
We reported that Hasbro Pulse is doing some internal housekeeping when it comes to the customer’s experience on their site. One of the complaints was the lack of notice when items would charge and ship. Well, JTA reader Mark received a notification email explaining that Zeb Orrelios would be shipping in the near future. So change is in the air! Now we just need to see those order history screens improve!
Hasbro Pulse updates their blog with a history of the various snowspeeder and pilot toys they produced throughout the years. However, they made a big blunder when they reference 2009’s Legacy Collection Luke Skywalker (BD51) figure as the first “snowspeeder pilot” Luke Skywalker action figure. They write “It’s worth mentioning that until 2009, no Luke Skywalker Snowspeeder pilot figure had ever been released. We had Dak Ralter from 2002’s The Power of the Jedi, and Zev Senesca from 2006’s The Saga Collection, but no Luke. This changed with his addition to The Legacy Collection.” No, this is very incorrect. The first version came in 1995 as Luke Skywalker (In X-wing Fighter Pilot Gear). It had the wrong name, but the right outfit. Then they included an updated version of this figure in 2002’s POTJ Luke Skywalker’s Snowspeeder exclusive set. They even mention this release in the blog but neglected to acknowledge the Luke Skywalker figure included with it. Last but not least, Hasbro added a kit-bashed version of Luke Skywalker in the snowspeeder outfit in 2007’s TAC The Battle Of Hoth Ultimate Battle Packs set. (which coincidentally is the only version of Luke Skywalker with correct mismatched orange pants and jacket)! Come on, Hasbro, we’ll gladly proofread your historical accounts for you! See the write up HERE.
Hasbro Pulse updated their convention exclusives page. The short story is that they’re available in September 2020. Each Star Wars item is listed separately now. Click through for more information! Special thanks to Scot G. for the alert!
Several readers have emailed to let us know they are receiving notices from Hasbro Pulse that the upcoming Carbonized Boba Fett is going to be delayed. Some have reported the new ship date to be August 4th, while others as late as September. Thanks for the alerts!
Hasbro Pulse’s blog updated with an interesting article on why it took Zeb so long to get added to The Black Series 6″ line. Check it out. Now we just need ALL of the Ghost Crew for The Vintage Collection!
Hasbro will stream their next fan first livestream next Monday, June 22nd at 3 pm EST (21:00 for people in Central Europe and 20:00 for people in the UK). Not much is known, other than Hasbro’s announcement that they will have some news for TVC fans! You will be able to follow the event on Hasbro’s Pulse Facebook page! Let’s all speculate what news Hasbro may have for us.
In case you missed it, Hasbro Pulse updated the product checklist for The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary on May 28th! Special thanks to JTA reader Justin C. for the alert!
NOTE: There are two links on their website, one takes you to the old checklist. THIS LINK takes you to the update.
The Hasbro Pulse blog has written a great article on the history of The Black Series 6″ lines packaging. As you know, we’re up to the fourth phase of this long-running line. Check out the article HERE, and then come back to comment!
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Not Star Wars related, but we know many of our viewers also love G.I. Joe, so on a slow news day it’s worth sharing the latest releases from Hasbro’s Fan First Friday. 6″ Snake Eyes was the big reveal today. Check out all of the pre-orders over at Entertainment Earth!
Hasbro Pulse is gearing up for their next Fans’ Choice poll. This time, fans will be voting for which figure to bring back in The Black Series Archive collection. Click here for details.
For those wanting to tune in today, here’s your friendly reminder that Hasbro is livestreaming their Entertainment Brand Preview Event on their Hasbro Pulse Facebook page. The livestream starts at 1:30 PM ET. We will be distilling all of the line reveals in separate articles so that anyone interested can discuss accordingly.
The Black Series Sith Trooper & Boba Fett and the Vintage Collection Jedi Destiny set are listed on Hasbro Pulse! Click here to go directly to the listing!
Finally, some benefit to being a premium member (besides free shipping)! If you haven’t snagged the recent SDCC exclusive figures, and are waiting for HasbroPulse, you may have a leg up on the scalpers if you are a premium member. You can get to the announcement/product page by clicking the image below. Is this enough for you to renew your membership next year? Let us know in the comments.
Mark your calendars and set your watches if you dare hope to secure this year’s Hasbro SDCC exclusives. According to the Hasbro Pulse web site, September 10th (at a time TBD) is the day they go on sale to non-attendees of SDCC. Good luck. You’re gonna need it. Thanks to JTA reader Steven for the alert!
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