ToysRUs.co.uk is hosting at 15 Day of Star Wars Countdown Calendar Giveaway Competition. Each day they will be giving away a Star Wars collectible. Today giveaway is for an Imperial Stormtrooper Electronic Voice Changer Helmet. For full contest rules and eligibility requirements,click here.
Hasbro has put together their own “official” checklist to keep collectors up to date on the products available for the Rogue One launch. Click this link to check it out and see if you notice a few items not yet announced.
Friend Chris Pirillo has posted his first look demo of the new Rogue One Rapid Fire AT-ACT from Hasbro (courtesy of Disney). This item is not yet available in stores, but look for it later this fall. Head on over to his YouTube channel or watch above to check it out.
The unofficial “Go Rogue: A Star Wars Collecting Checklist” is now available for download. As additional information comes to light, we will amend the checklist and post a notice when a new update/download is available.
UPDATE: The third and final version (3.0) of the checklist is now available for download. Thank you to everyone who sent in store reports, links to eBay auctions and tagged us via social media as you, the fans, were instrumental in the creation of this list. Good luck to everyone heading out tonight!
Hasbro has confirmed via JediDefender, that the Nerf-firing Imperial AT-ACT WILL NOT be available at retail for the Rogue Friday/Force Friday launch on September 30. Look for it in stores and online later this fall.
BanthaSkull has reported the discovery of the Rogue One wave of 3.75″ Black Series figures in Walmart’s database. This wave includes the Scarif Stormtrooper, Jyn Erso, Imperial Death Trooper and Cassian Andor.
UPCs are as follows
630509506392 Scarif Stormtrooper
630509504145 Jyn Erso
630509504152 Imperial Death Trooper
630509506385 Cassian Andor
Enrico writes in with a new store find today revealing the app-enabled Smart R2-D2.
I came across these at a local Walmart in San Diego this morning. I tried to buy the 12″ Rebels Vader but wasn’t allowed to. The remote R2-D2 was a surprise item. I haven’t seen it in any advance catalog. Looking at the box, it’s controlled via an app on Android and iPhone. Sorry I didn’t get pictures of the box.
You can download the app now to control the Bluetooth Smart R2-D2 via iTunes app store.