Big Bad Toy Store is also taking preorders for the S.H.Figuarts Chewbacca (A New Hope) figure.
Tamashi Nations has presented several new S.H.Figuarts figures at Tokyo Comic Con. Figures include Padmé Amidala (Geonosis Arena), Obi-Wan Kenobi (A New Hope), Han Solo (The Force Awakens) Death Trooper Specialist (Rogue One) and Finn/FN-2187 (The Force Awakens). Click on through to check them out.
Equipped and outfitted to withstand harsher desert-like environments, the Sandtroopers™ were the perfect squadron of troopers to deploy on Tatooine in Star Wars™: A New Hope. Sideshow’s Sandtrooper™ Premium Format™ Figure will be available for Pre-Order on Thursday, March 24, 2016!
Tamashii Nations has also reveal new images for their S.H.Figuarts Luke Skywalker (A New Hope) figure. This looks to be the go-to 6″ scale figure for Luke in this outfit as the details, sculpt, deco and accessories are amazing.
eFX Collectibles is now taking preorders for their Convention Exclusive Death Star “High Altitude” Surface Modules Set 1.
– Set of 6 “High Altitude” Death Star modules
Hot Toys has revealed their next Toy Fair/Convention exclusive for the Star Wars Sixth Scale line: Luke Skywalker in Stormtrooper Disguise — Watch for an official preorder soon from Sideshow Collectibles.
There is a rumor circulating that there is a major change/correction in the release of Star Wars: The Digital Movie Collection, and if true, will right a terrible wrong. Word is that A New Hope as been revised once again to show that Han shot first in the infamous confrontation with Greedo. There is no visual proof of this yet or word of any other tinkering going on with any other scenes in any of the other films. I guess we’ll know tomorrow.
Update: According to Dark Horizons, the rumor is false.
Star Wars: A New Hope was the first mainstream movie to be dubbed into the Navajo language, and fans at Celebration can see a behind-the-scenes documentary on how that came to be, created especially for the event.
Following the never-before-seen documentary footage, and a Q&A session with key players from the Navajo Nation and the film industry, Star Wars: A New Hope will be screened in the Navajo dub – a treat for Star Wars movie fans, and fans of languages, and of course for anyone who speaks Navajo!
For more info head to the Star Wars Celebration website.