Like the basic action figure multipacks for The Force Awakens and Rogue One, there will be an action figure set released in March to support the Blu-ray/DVD launch of The Last Jedi. Brickseek info for the set is below:
Star Wars Episode 8 Home Entertainment Action Figure Pack
Target DPCI: 087-06-6441
Rumor has it there is one more Elite Series Die Cast Action Figure heading to Disney Stores at the end of week and speculation is it will be General Leia Organa from The Last Jedi. We shall see how this rumor pans out.
Sideshow Collectibles is now taking preorders for the Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece Series Luke Skywalker (The Last Jedi) Sixth Scale Figures. Choose from the standard version or deluxe version that includes extra accessories (and a porg).
Amazon has once again discounted their exclusive 6″ Black Series First Order Stormtrooper with Gear – now down to $27.99.
Hot Toys has revealed the full details for the sixth scale Luke Skywalker (The Last Jedi) figures. Available in standard and deluxe versions, this figure looks to be the ultimate representation of the exiled Jedi Master from Episode VIII. The deluxe version includes all of the standard version accessories plus a backpack, a lightning rod, and a Porg! You can check out their full details on the Hot Toys Facebook page.
This week, Walgreens is having at 25% off sale on their Star Wars Toys and accessories. Must be a Walgreens Balance Rewards member to take advantage of the offer.
Amazon also has a huge discount on the Force Link Canto Bight Speeder with Officer for only $9.97. Click the image above to use our affiliate link.
Amazon.com has discounted their exclusive 6” Black Series Elite Praetorian Guard with Heavy Blade down to $17.24.
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Target.com has a pretty sizable discount on the Hasbro Force Link TIE Silencer with Kylo Ren. It originally sold for $49.99 and is now only $20.99.
As we approach the official release of The Last Jedi, kicking off with the red carpet event this weekend, now may be the time to check out of casual online browsing, especially social media. Entire image galleries from the Visual Dictionary book (released on Dec. 15) have hit sites and even some of the new official TV spots have some pretty surprising reveals (a big one just today) that you may wish to experience in the context of the entire film rather than in a quick clip. Again, official TV spots and trailers are fair game to talk about but if you’re sensitive to “spoilers” the onus is on you to avoid them or seek them out. It is our responsibility to give you the option. If you wish to discuss spoilers, head to our forums.