Jedi Temple Archives has been busy learning details that some would consider to be “unnatural” and have posted an interesting list hinting at some of what we can expect to be revealed at SDCC – including a figure that interests us very much. Head on over to check it out.
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It has been one short week since Hasbro’s reveals at Toy Fair 2014, this episode we discuss what we may have missed since then, reevaluate the announcements and take a look at other Star Wars products and news revealed this week.
Following Hasbro’s presentation at Toy Fair that had a heavy Star Wars: Rebels presence, we felt this would be a great time to kick off a joint “Rebels” customizing event with our good friends at Imperialshipyards.
Want to know more? You’re damn right you do! Head on over to the forums for all the details!
For our latest Customizer Spotlight, we welcome a new member to our forums – Clonetroopr! As you can see by the teaser image above, he’s not new to customizing, as he’s got some great talent and has created a ton of KOTOR custom figures.
Kick back and enjoy his efforts after the jump!
Newsarama received confirmation today from Hasbro’s PR firm that the Hera and Sabine figures will indeed be making their action figure debut at SDCC this July. Many collectors and fans of the recently revealed female characters have been wondering why they absent from the rest of the figures (Kanan, Ezra, Zeb, Chopper, Stormtrooper, Inquisitor, Agent Kallus) and vehicles presented at Toy Fair.
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Marjorie and Arnie recap the Hasbro presentation kicking of New York’s Toy Fair International 2014!
Anyone who knows me at all in this hobby knows that I’ve been promoting for Hasbro to address what I feel is a major issue with their Phase 2 clone troopers… oversized buckets… including creating a tutorial for customizers, if they so choose to modify their figures.
After a few Q&A’s with Hasbro, with them indicating that they are unaware of aesthetic issues, our friend Paul at Jedi Temple Archives brought with him to Toy Fair a custom clone trooper I assembled, alongside one of Hasbro’s stock figures and showed Derryl DePriest the size discrepancy… and Derryl’s reaction is one that you should read… this could mean great things on the horizon if you’re unhappy with the clone helmets… so head on over to Jedi Temple Archives for the report!