Our next round of Visual Guides will focus on The Vintage Collection Deluxe Figures, Starting off with the Walmart exclusive Ahsoka Tano & Grogu. Click below for our full Visual Guide. You can also catch up on our full review of this set right here.
Tonight we are starting off a run of Visual Guide updates featuring the Retro Collection. We’ll kick things off with The Mandalorian season 2 wave. First up is Ahsoka Tano. Click below to check out our full Visual Guide. You can also read our full review of this figure right here.
We have another TVC Visual Guide update from wave 33, this time featuring Ahsoka Tano (Corvus) (VC222). Click below for the full Visual Guide. You can also head over to our review database and read our full review right here.
A decade ago, all of the accessories with the Ahsoka Tano & Grogu two-pack would have been included in the basic carded release. But not with the current Hasbro Star Wars team. No way, and no how. (more….)
The Star Wars “Saga” line is officially two decades old. We’re revisiting all of the figures that made up this unprecedented lineup. Today, we’re going to start off the revisiting with 2002’s Star Wars “Saga” [Phase I] Shaak Ti (Jedi Master) (’02 #10) figure. Check out the new review template, the all-new Photo Gallery, the rewritten review, and the other content we updated as we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the line that supported Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones.
The Clone Wars Ahsoka figure was excellent in 2012, and it’s even better a decade later, thanks to a new paint job and Photo Real technology. We won’t say much here, so see why you’ll need to add this upgrade to your collection ASAP. We took the time to break it all down for you by producing an all-new 84-image gallery complete with comparison shots and a breakdown of what separates the 2012 version from the 2022 new release in the Collector Notes. This figure is shipping now. See this excellent figure updated in our RDRs now! There’s more difference here than you may realize.
Ahsoka Tano (Mandalore) (VC202) is our next The Vintage Collection Visual Guide update, a nice pairing with Darth Maul (Mandalore) (VC201) from the same wave. Click below to check out the full Visual Guide. You can also read our full review for this figure right here.
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We are looking at SE7EN new 3.75-inch The Vintage Collection action figures! Next up is Ahsoka Tano (Mandalore). Exactly 100 TVC numbers separate this brand new version from the original released in 2012 unbelievably. The new release is another marvel and Hasbro should be proud. But it’s not perfect, but still close. And it gets an excellent score from us! (more….)
For tonight’s Visual Guide update we are finishing out the first wave of The Black Series [Phase IV] Star Wars Rebels figures in our guides with the addition of Ahsoka Tano (SWR07). Click below to have a look at the full Visual Guide, and click here to read our full review.
The Ahsoka Tano Mission Fleet figure is another decent release. The figures and vehicles in this line are highly-detailed and generally look fantastic. Overall, this line is amazing. And we’re confident you’re going to love it too. (more….)
It’s a shame that Hasbro canceled their 12 Inch Figures line after they produced Shaak Ti. They ended the line with a bang, and this figure brought the line to a whole new level. It would have been great continuing it with this level of detail. See more in 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.
Welcome to another one of our JTA Presents: Evolutions features! Let’s check out how close or far we are from having an ideal Hasbro 3.75″ Shaak Ti action figure. Have we arrived at definitive status yet? Weigh in and let us know what conclusion you’ll come to by clicking through and adding your two cents in the comments!
By popular request, we’re adding The Original Trilogy Collection Jedi High Council Scene Packs which were all Toys R Us exclusives from 2004. Hasbro saved the best set for last and it’s only because of one figure. Shaak Ti turned heads and was a significant ugrade from the one released in the basic figure line a couple of years earlier. It still holds up well today. Let’s finish up with Jedi High Council (Featuring Shaak Ti, Agen Kolar & Stass Allie) (Scene 4). 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 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.
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