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Sponsor News: DorksideToys

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Hasbro deliveries have arrived at some locations but that last wave of The Vintage Collection is still making its way to us, but literally any day they will be in hand.

Last time for a good while to nab those oh so cool vintage carded figures; Ahsoka, Obi-Wan, Nien Nunb, Aurra Sing, Lumat, Republic Trooper, Gungan Warrior, Weequay Hunter and The Emporer’s Royal Guard.

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The Value of a DASH Membership

If you still don’t see the value of a membership on Collector-ActionFigures, then we’ve got a lot to show you. You might think DASH is just about our giveaways, since we’re giving away Sideshow Collectibles Snake Eyes and Transformers Masterpiece Thundercracker prizes totaling in value at over $250 right now. Those contests are a great reason to Like DASH on Facebook, sign up for a free membership, and become a part of the DASH Collector’s Club, but they’re far from the only reason to join DASH today.

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DASH is Giving Away the New Sideshow Snake Eyes and Timber

In the latest contest from Collector-ActionFigures.com, we decided to give G.I. Joe collectors some love by giving away a figure based on one of the most beloved and iconic character in all of action figure history. One lucky winner will be taking home an incredible Sideshow Collectibles Snake Eyes and Timber sixth scale figure courtesy of DASH. This exclusive figure is limited to 1000 copies, is valued at $200, includes a bundle of extras including a fully-articulated Timber figure, and it could be yours. Click on through for all the details!

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Sponsor News: K & C Collectibles

K & C Collectibles has added older Clone Wars (2003), Saga Collection (2002, 2003, 2004) and Episode 2 action figures. Commander Fox and Wolffe are back in-stock.

Become a fan on Facebook.com/kandccollectibles.

In-Stock: Ewok Pack:

Ewok Pack with Flitchee, Nanta, Teebo, Kneesaa, Tippet



In Stock: Clone Wars Action Figures:
CW16 – Super Battle Droid – Training Droid
CW17 – Clone Commander Wolffe
CW18 – Clone Commander Fox



In-Stock: Special Action Figure Set:
Ewok Scouts and Endor AT-ST Crew

Clone Wars 2003 Action Figures
Episode 2 – Preview Set of 4 – Action Figures


Episode 2 – Collection 1 – Action Figures
Episode 2 – Collection 2- Action Figures
SAGA Collection 2004- Action Figures
SAGA Collection 2003 – Collection 1 – Action Figures
SAGA Collection 2003 – Collection 2- Action Figures

Toyguide Update: 1:6 Scale STAP and Battle Droid

The Yakface Toyguide updates resume today with the addition of the 1:6 Scale STAP and Battle Droid from Sideshow Collectibles.

PROS: Sideshow’s designers have captured one most iconic vehicles in the prequels to an exacting detail. The STAP itself features adjustable turret/yoke, handlebars and foot pegs to allow the included Battle Droid to achieve various in-flight poses. The sturdy display base also features an adjustable center section to allow you to tilt the STAP and Battle Droid for additional dynamic poses. The included battle droid is a redeco of their first release and molded in a slightly different color. He features plethora of articulation and is, in essence, a mini-maquette of the Battle Droid CGI model. On my particular sample, the included backpack attaches the to the droid much better as the first Infantry Battle Droids’ packs tended to fall off rather easily. The droid affixes to the STAP by way of magnets built into the feet and foot controls – an ingenious idea – and the multi-joint hands allow him to grasp the controls firmly.

CONS: Cost and displaying a piece of this size may be an issue for some and sadly the included blaster rifle still does not attach to the droids backpack.

Head to the toyguide for the full image gallery and to judge for yourself whether this piece worth adding to your collection.

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