Created especially to celebrate Star Wars Day, check out these officially licensed Star Wars Original Trilogy posters. Available only at https://bottleneckgallery.com. This set is only available through Sunday, May 5th at midnight. Click through for more details and images…
It’s time for a run of Visual Guides featuring latest from The Vintage Collection. Up first is the Imperial Stormtrooper (VC140). Click below for our full Visual Guide, and make sure to swing by our review for full details and discussion.
OK, The Vintage Collection Rogue One Imperial Stormtrooper (VC140) review is ready! We doubled the number of images and added a ton of comparison pictures. We also showed this figure in scenes from various parts of the Star Wars timeline, from the Original Trilogy to Disney Star Wars to animated series. Check it all out and read our thoughts on this near-perfect release. It’s the focus of our Research Droids Reviews today! Be sure to leave your thoughts in our comments section, vote in the poll or 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.
No new The Vintage Collection reveals. No new The Black Series 6″ reveals. No HasLab. Does all of this mean something?
JTA reader and friend “Logan” found the Galaxy Of Adventures wave 2 at his local Walmart. Admittedly, these figures look pretty neat in the colorful packaging. Too bad they’re all repacked figures. Well, the Stormtrooper isn’t. It looks like the Solo Stormtrooper (Mimban) figure painted all white with the Rogue One helmet.
Recently I looked at some of the Disney era characters that need a Black Series figure. Today I want to do the same for the Original Trilogy. It’s not easy making a list of just ten characters, so I cheated a bit here and there. Anyway, click through for my top 10 picks of Original Trilogy characters that need a Black Series figure!
Hasbro would be the first to admit this, but they have really been in an urgent state of “playing catch-up” ever since the inception of The Black Series 6″ line. It’s really no one’s fault at Hasbro. When you start a line from the beginning, you’re already “x” years behind to anything else that has already been produced. It must be quite an undertaking trying to organize a vast cast of characters which make sense for this line that contains so many characters while including new Star Wars Entertainment. Trying to please everyone in this scale is proving to be quite overwhelming in some regards. (more….)
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