If you missed our breakdown of the first waves of 3.75″ basic figures on the First Order Transmissions show, click on through for the coded list.
Remember how things were broken down for The Force Awakens 3.75″ basic figures? Figures and vehicles were grouped into 4 categories: “Forest”, “Snow”, “Desert” and “Space”. For The Last Jedi, the Star Wars Universe (SWU) is broken down into two categories, “Orange” and “Teal”. These color designation may have some alternate definition later on, but for now this is how they are being grouped.
More to come….
Twitter follower darthdj666 reports scoring his Thrawn wave this morning at Target in Atlanta, GA.
Twitter follower Mike Jett reports finding the HTF Thrawn wave of Star Wars Rebels and Rogue One figures at Target in Louisville, KY.
Rebelscum has posted a rumor regarding possible features/interactivity built into the new Hasbro figures for The Last Jedi. If you’re old enough to remember CommTech chips, the “Force Link Bracelet” sounds a bit familiar. Head on over to Rebelscum for the details.
UPDATE: After some independent research, it looks like the vehicles will also be compatible with this “Force Link” technology.
PROS: A marked improvement over the “Home Entertainment” set released for The Force Awakens, this set features 3 new figures with excellent sculpting and paint. Edrio and Saw are brand new for this set and are the most detailed of the 4 figures. Saw Gerrera is the highlight though featuring the most complex sculpt and a great likeness to Forest Whitaker. There are no superfluous pack-in weapons to clutter the set.
CONS: The benefits far outweigh the negatives for this set as repacking Jyn seems like an overcompensation to correct the “Where’s Rey” issues from 2015. It’s also unfortunate that this is the only to get Saw Gerrera and Edrio Two Tubes, but obviously better than not getting them at all.
Head to the toyguide for our detailed image gallery and to judge for yourself whether this set is worth adding to your collection.
Sponsor DorksideToys now has the Rogue One Jedha Revolt multipack in stock and ready to ship. This set includes Edrio Two Tubes, Saw Gerrera, Jyn Erso and Imperial Hovertank Pilot. Order yours today and look for our full toyguide entry for this set to go live tomorrow.
UPDATE: Sold Out
PROS: Overall sculpt and deco is fantastic with crisp details and decent color blending especially on the hands/forearms. Like the TFA Admiral Ackbar that came before it, Raddus features an articulated mouth to bark out orders to the fleet over Scarif. It works well and is reminiscent of a time when toys were toys. He includes a DH-17 blaster pistol which is oddly oversized, and a rocket firing rifle.
CONS: The incorporation of the movable jaw renders the neck immobile so the figure is perpetually stuck looking forward/up. As one of the final figures released in the Rogue One line look, this may prove to be a tough find as we approach spring/summer with the 40th Anniversary and The Last Jedi product on the way.
Head to the toyguide for our detailed image gallery and to judge for yourself whether this figure is worth adding to your collection.
Today we have an advanced look at the upcoming wave figures from Rogue One and Star Wars Rebels. This assortment includes 4 new figures: Admiral Raddus, Galen Erso, Lieutenant Sefla and Fenn Rau. Click on through for some carded and loose shots as well as some first impressions on the figures themselves.
ScreenRant.com has posted an exclusive figure look at several rumored figures coming this spring to stores*. Click on through to check them out!
*Rumors have been swirling that some of these items would be online exclusives but the article claimed that they will be available at retail as well.
Twitter follower EpcotServo reports finding part of Wave 3 of the Rogue One basic figures (Jyn Erso – Imperial Ground Crew Disguise and Bodhi Rook) at a Walmart in Florida.