This Sunday is the last ToyMan collector show of 2010 and wraps up another great year for this popular collector show.
You never know what you’ll find but there’s always a ton of Star Wars items ranging from vintage to the latest Hasbro releases. And with Christmas right around the corner, there’s sure to be more deals to go around for everyone.
So if you’re in the St. Louis area, head to Toymanshow.com for more details.
Our friends at JediDefender.com have shared some more pics of the upcoming figures revealed recently in ToyFare magazine. These pics show more details than seen previously, and should put to rest any concerns regarding the elbows of the Rebel Fleet Trooper.
Enjoy the images after the jump!
On December 19 a Star Wars trilogy comes to its conclusion – the Robot Chicken Star Wars trilogy! Trailers have appeared online in the past week, and now Seth and Matt join Arnie and Marjorie on Star Wars Action News to discuss why this is their favorite of the three Star Wars Robot Chicken specials, how this episode is a bit different than the past two, and they even discuss a little bit about their upcoming new Star Wars animated series! Plus, does George Lucas get food trapped in that beard? Listen to this week’s show to find out!
Also this week, Steve, the Gingerprince, reports in from London’s Collectormania event and gives you a chance to win a picture hand-signed by everyone’s favorite Gungan, and Berent has an interview with Bwana Spoons and his Spoonful of Star Wars action figure paintings from DesignerCon in Pasadena!
All this, and cheap AT-ATs and Hailfire droids on this week’s Star Wars Action News!
And remember, if you enjoy Star Wars Action News, please vote daily for us on the Podcast Awards at podcastawards.com!!!!
You can download this week’s show here or use the direct links: Audio Only or Enhanced
Our friends at JediTempleArchives are giving away a FREE Ticket to a special screening of The Clone Wars: Secrets Revealed in the Philadelphia area for this Thursday! Head on over to JTA for all the details
The Yakface Toyguide updates resume today with the addition of Wooof from the Vintage Collection’s Return of the Jedi wave.
PROS: Marking one of the first truly new character offerings in a long time, Wooof gets his own figure since 1983 (collectors remember him then as “Klaatu”). Wooof features all the articulation one would expect and has an all-new sculpt for the body. (Head is a revised Giran sculpt). Well accessorized too with Vibro Ax (also from Giran), Blaster, removable helmet and bandolier.
CONS: Helmet is a little loose on the head and the skin tone is akin to a lime, but otherwise a totally solid figure worth repeat purchases.
Head to the toyguide for the full image gallery and to judge for yourself whether this figure is worth adding to your collection.
You can also weigh in with your impressions on the figures we add to our toyguide on facebook and in our forums.
If you still have some Star Wars Christmas shopping to do, Toys”R”us is having a new promotion that appears to only be available tomorrow (Sunday) – a free Kul Teska or Nikto Guard with any Star Wars purchase of $50.00 or more. Thanks to Yakface reader Ravage for the heads up.
A first look at some upcoming figures for 2011 has been revealed in the latest ToyFare Magazine, and Bantha5 at Rebelscum.com has shared some pics.
Be sure to check out the images after the jump!
Yakface reader “T-Bone” sends us a quick photo of an interesting error he found at his local Wal-mart. What you see above is an “UGH” Foil card variant that missed out on the foil stamping process. Click the photo above for a closer look.
Very cool find T-Bone!
Tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday, Toys”R”Us is offering a “Buy one, get one 50% Off” sale on Star Wars Legos sets. Deal valid in-store only.
Forum member Eopie Herder sends in a great report now that the ROTJ figures are hitting steadily. His local (North Carolina) Target as marked down the Vintage figures to $6.00! Hopefully this will clear the backlog/pegwarmers from prior waves as well. Check your local stores to see if they are observing this Temporary Price Reduction as well.