DorksideToys updates today with Star Wars Black Series, New ReAction & POP! Figures, Deadpool, Daryl Dixon & More In their @Dorksidetoys Newsletter
The Realm Recap returns after an extended weekend with our take on the latest news in Star Wars collecting. This week, we discuss new images for the upcoming waves of 6” Black Series and 3.75” Rebels Saga Legends figures and vehicles, Hot Toys official launch of their sixth scale Han Solo and Chewbacca; plus announcements from Kotobukiya, Hallmark and more. We also discuss the debut of the Star Wars Rebels movie – does it have the “spark” to ignite a new generation of fans/collectors or will they “rebel”. Finally, we touch on recent Episode VII rumors and leaks including our first look(?) at a new Stormtrooper from the sequel trilogy. Click on through to check out the latest episode and feel free to subscribe to our channel and leave suggestions on what you’d like to see covered on the show.
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DorksideToys has also added pre-orders for 6″ TBS wave 6 which includes Yoda, TIE Pilot, Clone Trooper Sergeant and Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode III). For a limited time, they are offering FREE domestic shipping on this assortment only.
DorksideToys has updated tonight with new preorders for wave 2 of the Star Wars Rebels/Saga Legends assortment of 3.75″ figures. You can order by the full case (2x of each figure), half case (1x of each) or as individual pieces. New figures in this assortment include:
- TIE Pilot
- AT-DP Driver
- Commander Gree
- Plo Koon
- Jedi Temple Guard
- AT-AT Driver
K & C Collectibles has in-stock the New Star Wars Rebels Figure pack, New Star Wars Salt & Pepper Shakers, Imperial mug and espresso mug sets. Also new 2015 calendars from the Star Wars Rebels and the Saga. Click the NEW PRODUCT link for a complete list of recently added items.
Jedi Temple Archives is looking to help collectors out there fill a few holes in their collection. Paul has posted a partial list of carded and loose figures and vehicles with the promise of more to come. If anything jumps at you don’t hesitate to contact them as everything is on a first come, first served basis. A lot of TVC and Legacy Collection figures as well as a large range of product from The Clone Wars can be had – if The Price is Right™. Click on over to check it out.
PROS: Sgt. Doallyn. Brock Starsher. Jabba’s Skiff Guard #3 on the left. Whatever you call him, this figure is pretty much what we’ve been waiting for since he started popping up on fan wishlists. It features all the articulation collectors require and as decent, if not passable, amount of detailing in the outfit. He’s great for scene filler in any diorama where you’d need a bounty hunter, thug, palace or cantina patron.
CONS: For a figure with sparse paint apps, you’d think they could tighten up the tolerances a little bit as the copper stripes that run on the chest are a tad careless. The head is a smudge under scaled and I’m not sure that shade of yellow was the best choice for the neck post, but who knows what his skin looks like underneath that ensemble he’s wearing – neither nitpicks are a deal breaker. Hasbro (again) cheaped out on the paint apps for the weapons which just feel flat and rubbery especially the blaster. Finally, the black paint on the boots was applied too thin in spots, so the white plastic shows through in areas. Your individual experience may vary of course.
Head to the toyguide for the full image gallery and to judge for yourself whether this figure is worth adding to your collection.