Wattographs Autograph Signings: Paul Springer, Dan Madsen and Denis Lawson!

Wattographs is pleased to announce is September autograph signings with three, first-ever signers Paul Springer and Dan Madsen! Plus a special VERY LIMITED signing with Denis Lawson!

Lawson played X-Wing pilot Wedge Antilles in all 3 original Star Wars films. Wattographs will be attending the Collectormania even in London next month to attend his first ever signing! We are taking send-in items from fans’ and have limited spots available. We will be picking up some show provided photos, signed by Lawson to have available in the store afterwards. Personal items need to arrive with Wattographs by November 1st –so do not delay! See Wattographs.com for full details!

Springer played Jabba the Hutt’s lackey Ree-Yees, a Gamorrean Guard, and a Mon Calamari Officer in “Return of the Jedi.” He also assisted to various puppet work in Phil Tippett’s creature shop during the film. His other film credits include “Little Shop of Horrors” and “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” Mr. Springer will be signing official photographs and fans’ personal collectibles!

Dan Madsen played the kaadu handler Dams Denna in “The Phantom Menace.” Dan founded the Lucasfilm Fan Club Magazine which became the Star Wars Insider. He also pioneered the Official Star Trek and Lord of the Rings Fan Clubs and their magazine publications. Right now, Dan is working with Clone Wars voice talent Ashley Eckstein campaigning Eckstein’s new Her Universe clothing line. Dan will be providing and signing character photos from Star Wars as well as fans’ personal items!

Signing ends November 15thth at 11:59:59. Personal items need to arrive with Wattographs by that date. Check out Wattographs.com for full signing details!

CW23 Kit Fisto

The Yakface Toyguide updates resume today with the addition of Kit Fisto from the Clone Wars Collection.

PROS: The added articulation in the legs and soft goods “skirt” make this the near-perfect revision to the prior figure from 2009. Nice touch supplying the lightsaber from his slain former padawan.

CONS:Despite having a phenomenal head sculpt, its design prevents any real head movement/positioning.

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

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CW22 Battle Droid Commander

The Yakface Toyguide updates resume today with the addition of the Battle Droid Commander from the Clone Wars Collection.

PROS: A nice repaint of the basic battle droid mold. The figure has a nice silver/metallic wash in areas in addition to the yellow commander markings.

CONS: Legs lack articulation (knee and ankle) that would really help in the overall stability and playability of the figure. The legs also warp very easily making the use of a display stand almost mandatory. Finally, and extra joint in the arms (recycled from the Battle at B’Omarr Monastery sculpt) would/should have been utilized here as well.

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

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