The Fett Legacy
According to Hasbro’s Toy Fair presentation, there will be four new Evolutions packs this fall, three of which we’ve showcased here. Check more images below.
Sail Barge Princess Leia and R2-D2
Hasbro’s got loads in store for fans of the addictive Galactic Heroes line, with several new 2-packs on deck as well as some vehicles and store exclusives. Check out the tall stack of photos after the jump!
Look for Wave 3 in May
Hasbro promises over 25 new additions to their popular Mighty Muggs collection in 2008, the next eight of which are presented here. That Lando Mugg brings new meaning to the moniker “Old Smoothie”…
Wave 4 is coming in June
Called “the big one” in Hasbro’s Toy Fair presentation, the new AT-TE looks to rival the classic AT-AT in terms of sheer size (ok, it’s not as tall, but certainly as cool!). Check out more AT-TE images after the jump!
(V-19 Torrent fighter) A.K.A Clone Shuttle
Boy, the Clone Wars goodness keeps pouring in from New York this weekend with a batch of Hasbro images showcasing three vehicles from their new line. More after the jump!
Hasbro continues to mine the Expanded Universe of Star Wars comics for new action figure creations. Here’s a look at some of the two-packs they have coming up for 2008.
From Star Wars Republic #69 Asajj Ventress and Tol Skorr, acolytes of Count Dooku and from Star Wars: Obsession #3, Durge and Anakin Skywalker. Look for these sets this summer.
A look at some of the classic trilogy inspired 3 3/4″ figures coming from Hasbro and previewed at Toy Fair. More figures after the jump.
After much demand (and at least one false start), Yarna D’al Gargan — a.k.a. “Fat Dancer” is finally coming to action figure form
New Agreements Begin This Month for Collectible Prop Replicas, Vehicles and Popular Electronic Lightsabers
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (Jan. 10, 2008) – Star Wars fans and collectors will find new lines of collectibles from Hasbro, Inc. (NYSE:HAS) and newcomer eFX in 2008, it was announced today by Lucas Licensing, a division of Lucasfilm Ltd.
Despite their cadaverous pallor, zombies are hotter then ever. Marvel zombified their heroes and villains with the smash hit Marvel Zombies series, and now Star Wars gets the undead treatment thanks to sculptor Michael Barrera’s awesome work that can be seen at his website, aipresents.com.
The latest issue of Toyfare (Dec 2007, #124) — now on newsstands — has Barrera’s step-by-step instructions on how to turn a slave Leia into a zombie as part of their Customizing 101 column.
Also in this issue for Star Wars fans: an interview with Ralph McQuarrie about the concept artist action figure currently available from Hasbro, a spotlight on the Kotobukiya ArtFX statues, and the Hasbro / Dark Horse Star Wars Comic 2-Packs.