Hot Toys has also revealed their 1:6 scale Count Dooku figure – the perfect companion to their recently announced Yoda. This gorgeous figure includes multiple accessories including swappable hands, force lightning, assorted holograms, his signature lightsaber and an uncanny likeness. Head to HotToys.hk to check out the full gallery.
Hot Toys has unveiled an all-new Yoda 1:6 scale figure depicting his likeness from Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones. The incredible portrait should be the selling point alone but it all includes various swappable hands and feet as well as Force Lightning effects.
In case you missed our social media posts on Instagram and Twitter this morning at 3am ET, the shared GameStop/ECCC Exclusive POP! Padmé Amidala (Geonosis Arena) figure is now available for order.
Big Bad Toy Store is now taking preorders for the S.H.Figuarts Anakin Skywalker (AOTC) 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.
Starting today, DisneyStore.com and brick & mortar locations are now offering their Attack of the Clones Tsum Tsum Collection. This assortment includes Mace Windu, Plo Koon, Aayla Secura, Padmé Amidala, Count Dooku, Anakin Skywalker and Jango Fett.
Joining the ranks of the S.H.Figuarts Clone Troopers is the upcoming Tamashii Nations 2016 Exclusive Clone Trooper Captain. This figure will only be offered at the show October 28-30.
You can head over to TheFwoosh for the full details.
Medicom Toy has announced several Be@rbricks for their 20th Anniversary Exhibition including characters from The Force Awakens and more. Click on through to check out Kylo Ren, First Order Stormtrooper, Captain Phasma and Jango Fett.
PROS: It’s surprising that it took Hasbro this long to start repainting the ultra-articulated VC45 Clone Trooper into some of peripheral clone officers from Attack of the Clones. There is not a whole heck of a lot new here but the execution here is good with an accurate color selection for the armor flashes and a fairly decent application of them. Again like the VC45 version, articulation is abundant making with widest range of posing options possible. Accessories are basic with the standard trooper kit of a blaster, rifle and removable helmet.
CONS: A solid figure all around but maybe the only issue with it is that the paint treatment looks odd around the ankles as I don’t recall the black body suit being visible on the Phase I clones. Again with most figures, finding one at retail may be a bit of a chore, but they are turning up in decent numbers at Walmart and Toys”R”Us on both card back variants.
Head to the toyguide for the full image gallery and to judge for yourself whether this figure is worth adding to your collection.
In February we brought you the first look at the Yoda line look Lucas Licensing has planned for merchandise in 2013 to coincide with the Attack of the Clones in 3D marketing. On friday, SDCC hosted a Star Wars Collectibles panel and within the presentation you can see confirmation of this theme throughout first few pages of the slideshow. To learn what was discussed at the panel, check out JediInsider.com