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.
The Fwoosh has posted magazine scans depicting a closer look at the upcoming S.H.Figuarts Anakin Skywalker from Episode II and Chewbacca from A New Hope (note the alternate mouth/head). Head on over to check out these gorgeous looking figures.
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.
Tamashii Nations has updated today with a detailed look at their upcoming S.H.Figuarts Obi-Wan Kenobi from Attack of the Clones.
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.
Tamashii.jp has updated their site with details for the upcoming S.H.Figuarts Jango Fett. Interestingly, this looks to be an amalgam of the Kamino and Geonosis armor based on the jetpack, bladed gauntlets and harpoon/grappling cable accessories.
Look for it this September where S.H.Figuarts figures are sold.
Sideshow Collectibles has updated today revealing final production images for their upcoming 1:6 Scale Jango Fett figure.
Gentle Giant is also taking preorders for their Zam Wesell statue.
Digitally sculpted by the master artisans at Gentle Giant Ltd., the Zam Wessel Statue features the changling assassin in her highly detailed costume holding her sniper rifle and container of Kouhun Worms. Zam also includes 2 interchangeable portraits, one humanoid portrait, and one Clawdite. Crafted using only the highest quality polystone, each limited-edition hand-painted statue comes individually numbered and is packed with a matching certificate of authenticity.
PROS: A spot-on representation of the Battle Droid Commander from Attack of the Clones. Paint and sculpt are impeccable (as usual) as are the articulation and accessories. This release shines in the fact that it includes a very cool light-up communications console that features switch out “caps” for varied display options. The Holographic Count Dooku is surprisingly large – nearly 3-3/4″ scale – and looks fantastic when illuminated. Finally, this figure looks great when commanding his other Geonosian Infantry Droids released earlier this year.
CONS: Be careful in the handing of the droid right from the packaging as the elbow joints for most battle droids I have encountered have been frozen (i.e. stuck) and the arms can easily break if the joints are forced. There is only one more “movie” battle droid that needs to be released – the blue “pilot” version – after that, I hope Sideshow offers a Super Battle Droid or Droideka as the standard battle droid sculpt is starting to feel a little played out.
Head to the toyguide for the full image gallery and to judge for yourself whether this figure is worth adding to your collection.
It’s hard to believe it, but a decade has passed since the AOTC line officially launched at retail.
Personally, I can recall a night of hitting every Wal-Mart in my area looking for that dang Royal Guard, and hearing some guy bragging about how he found two of them at a different Wal-Mart… only the next morning, to find that Toy”R”us had gotten in dozens of that assortment, and feeling relieved, but broke!