Recently, our friends at Jeditemplearchives shared news of Target’s plan to merchandise clearance Star Wars items in their very own planogram section.
While traveling today, I came across a Target store that had just reset their clearance Star Wars items following these corporate guidelines (this store also had an endcap filled with at least 30 more 5poa figures from TFA and Rogue One and a ton of Ezra speederbikes).
What kind of clearance selection are you all seeing at your local Targets? How low do these products need to go for customers to put them in their carts? Share your thoughts after the jump!
Jedi Temple Archives has posted the scoop that Forces of Destiny products have started hitting retail at Target. Head on over for the full details.
Jedi Temple Archives has posted additional supporting info regarding a rumored expansion to the Droid Factory “build-a-droid” program at Disney Parks. This info all but officially confirms our exclusive report and image from back in December.
Jedi Temple Archives has received info regarding the imminent release of a Han Solo (The Force Awakens) die cast figure in the Elite Series line at Disney Store. Look for this figure to join the First Order Stormtrooper Officer (revealed back on 9/29) in the US on Nov. 1.
Jedi Temple Archives has shared several new carded images revealing Hasbro’s 3.75″ figures slated for release on Rogue/Force Friday (September 30).
Head on over to check out Jyn Erso (Eadu), K-2SO, Imperial Stormtrooper, Imperial Ground Crew. Kanan Jarrus (Stormtrooper Disguise), Sabine Wren, and Kylo Ren.
Jedi Temple Archives has posted new Hasbro images for product coming for Rogue One. Head on over to check out Moroff vs Scarif Stormtrooper, Rebel Commando Pao vs. Death Trooper and more.
Jedi Temple Archives is reporting that Hasbro decided to postpone the release of the 6″ Black Series Princess Leia Organa figure (originally due later this year) possibly to work out some quality issues with the fit and finish of the product.
Head on over for their complete report.
Jedi Temple Archives has reached the virtually unparalleled milestone of having 2500 RDRs (Research Droid Reviews). That’s one published each day for nearly 7 years.
The crew at Imperial Shipyards has posted their QnA with Hasbro and a very direct question has answer was exchanged regarding the return of the Vintage Collection (TVC). Head over to ISY’s forum to get Hasbro’s answer.
For additional QnAs, check out Jedi Temple Archives and Sir Steve’s Guide who has a nice look at the prototype Seventh Sister Inquisitor from Star Wars Rebels.
Jedi Temple Archives has posted a report that the Toys”R”Us Exclusive “Desert/Jakku Deco” Special Forces TIE Fighter with pilot has been found in the US. Head on over for their report and use UPC 630509368969 to check for availability at your store(s).
Jedi Temple Archives directs our attention to a new image from StarWars-Figuren that reveals an exclusive Star Wars Battlefront Shocktrooper for the 6″ Black Series line. No official details are available at this time regarding US distribution, but look for an update as more info is gathered.
Update: Order Sixty Six Toys in the UK currently has this for preorder and they give a look at the packaging as well.
Jedi Temple Archives tips us off to a new Disney Park Droid Factory Set has shown up on ebay. This set includes 4 build-a-droid astromechs: R0-4LO, R2-Q2, R4-M9 and R5-X3 all of which are said to be from The Force Awakens. We’ll have to see about that, but in the mean time, keep and eye out for these to start popping up online.
Jedi Temple Archives alerts collectors to the first 3.75″ Kylo Ren figure from The Force Awakens has hit eBay.
Complaints in 3…2…1
UPDATE 2: Cardback with cross-sell figures revealed at JTA
ActionFigurePics.com has posted clear, loose images of the 6″ Black Series Chewbacca and Finn from The Force Awakens on display in the Philippines.
Thanks to Jedi Temple Archives for the heads-up.
Jedi Temple Archives has posted a great scoop regarding new toys from The Force Awakens available on Force Friday. Retail Meijers apparently set their shelf tags a little early revealing vehicles, playsets and other merchandise. Head on over for the details and images.