JTA reader Anthony Sword posted a fantastic video of him displaying his incredibly large Stormtrooper army in our Imperial Troop Transport review a couple of days ago. We had to share it with everyone on the front page! Click the image below to view it!
We have an early COMPLETE REVIEW and PHOTO GALLERY for you on the surprise announcement Imperial Troop Transport. Simply put, it’s a beauty. But it has ONE MAJOR PROBLEM. Find out what it is by reading our review. There are so many features here that I believe collectors will be overwhelmed by this vehicle. Let’s hope more all-new vehicles are on the way. The success of this is dependent on that! Anyhow, check out our 52-image gallery, complete with the Imperial Troop Transport populated with a ton of Imperial Stormtroopers, as well as every angle imaginable inside and outside. Click HERE to see it all! As always, please leave your comments and feedback on the review page!
There is a leap year every four years. In a leap year, February gets 29 days. There are 29 The Power Of The Force “2” Freeze Frame repacked figures from 1998. 2020 also marks the 25th Anniversary of The Power Of The Force “2” Star Wars modern toy line launch. Do you see where we’re going with this? For each day in February, we will cover a repacked Freeze Frame figure to begin our celebration of 25 years of “POTF2”. Come Back February 1st! (Thanks, Rich!)
Eagle-eyed RDRs readers may have noticed some of our banners changing for a couple of The Power Of The Force “2” lines. Previously, we organized everything by (1) “Red” packaging, (2) “Green/Freeze Frame” packaging and then by (3) “CommTech/FlashBack” packaging. However, recently adding the Collector Series and Action Collection 12″ figures posed some organizing complications for us, and it’s necessitated a reorganization in the categories. Going forward, the lines will be organized by (1) The Power Of The Force “2” [Red/Green] (which includes all POTF2 products prior to the 1998 Freeze Frame launch and all Collector Series 12″ figures). (2) The Power Of The Force “2” [Freeze Frame/The Kenner Collection] (which includes all POTF2 Freeze Frame figures, anything with a “The Kenner Collection” logo on it, and all “green” Action Collection 12″ figures. And finally (3) The Power Of The Force “2” [FlashBack/CommTech] (which remains unchanged). The latter line also houses Action Collection 12″ figures in the “starburst” packaging (used for FlashBack and CommTech 3.75″ figures). Shadows Of The Empire and Expanded Universe continue to maintain their own categories and also remain unchanged. Thank you for reading!
All that glitters is not gold, and these Star Wars collectibles are NOT worth their weight in gold. Tune in tomorrow as we give you a gold mine of information. You’ll be as good as gold as we look at them together. You’ll feel like the goose that laid the golden egg once you’re through reading. But it may not feel like you’re listening to the golden oldies. In fact, you may want to watch the Golden Girls instead. Then again, you may believe silence is golden if that was your only option. Either way, tune in tomorrow! This isn’t your parents’ Golden Age of collecting, that’s for dang sure.
The Purge Stormtrooper from the Star Wars: Fallen Jedi Order video game (and other sources) was the most difficult 6″ figure for me to acquire this year, but I finally have one. It’s such a great figure, that I thought I’d get a sneak peek gallery up before tomorrow’s review. Now that we have an Airborne Trooper head sculpt, I hope that Hasbro works on an Airborne Trooper 6″ figure from Episode III. I’m surprised we don’t have that character or the Galactic Marine yet. A mix of mostly old and a little bit new, the Purge Stormtrooper borrows from the past while keeping things fresh for the new era of Star Wars. Check out the gallery now.!
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