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Tycho
09-02-2003, 03:17 PM
Hey! See the picture below BEFORE YOU VOTE!
http://www.sirstevesguide.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=6578

Nostalgic fans want all the original 102 characters made in the vintage line by Kenner, remade up to modern standards by Hasbro today.

Probably the most controversial figure amongst the 12-15 you could make a case for still needing re-doing, is "Blue Snaggletoothe."

Originally, Zutton appeared in both A New Hope, and the Holiday Special. But he was cut out of ANH in editing. Takeel got left in (seated near where Han blasts Greedo). Kenner only had a black and white set photo to work with, and since Zutton was seated, they had no idea he was a shorter alien - or what color his costume was.

Kenner released a blue Snaggletoothe with the special Sears catalog special cardboard catina (yes they had exclusives back then, too). He was a standard height and wearing blue.

When the Holiday Special aired, and Lucasfilm caught Kenner's error, the figure was corrected (just like Luke's glove on the wrong hand thing today), and red Snaggletoothe, an authentic Zutton for the vintage line, was released on a 21-back card shortly before The Empire Strikes Back figures were released.

Today, Blue Snaggletoothe is regarded as an error figure, but a highly valuable one since the red figure is more common.

The Question is, for nostalgia's sake does a blue Snaggletoothe have merit in today's line?

Old (and incorrect rumors) had it that Kenner had made the error because they had confused images of the other characters shown to you in this poll: Treva Horme and Utriss M'Toc. Seeing them in the image attached, that's a little hard to believe.

However, these characters, or another Snivvian (Wiorkettle wore blue)might make a good replacement for some nostalgic fans who still count Blue Snaggletoothe as another true figure of the vintage collection.

Additionally, Cloud City has some good offerings (like the Ice Cream Maker Guy) that are often overlooked, and Empire Strikes Back remains the film with the least amount of new character offerings.

Wiorkettle offers another true Snivvian, and a female I believe.

Treva Homre is also female, and a very interesting alien at that.

Utriss M'Toc shows by example that not only humans could serve the infamous Bespin Wing Guard (Lando's security troops).

My poorly photoshopped blue Zutton stands in for those who want an exact replacement for the vintage Snaggletoothe, though Hasbro would need to alter his height.

Which one do you like?

Kidhuman
09-02-2003, 03:48 PM
I picked the Wiorkettle. Looks kinda cool. The Bespin Guard looks like something off of Star Trek for me. But thats me and you are you. How doyou vote?

JediBoulton
09-02-2003, 03:55 PM
Hey! See the picture below BEFORE YOU VOTE!
http://www.sirstevesguide.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=6578

Nostalgic fans want all the original 102 characters made in the vintage line by Kenner, remade up to modern standards by Hasbro today.

Probably the most controversial figure amongst the 12-15 you could make a case for still needing re-doing, is "Blue Snaggletoothe."

Originally, Zutton appeared in both A New Hope, and the Holiday Special. But he was cut out of ANH in editing. Takeel got left in (seated near where Han blasts Greedo). Kenner only had a black and white set photo to work with, and since Zutton was seated, they had no idea he was a shorter alien - or what color his costume was.

Kenner released a blue Snaggletoothe with the special Sears catalog special cardboard catina (yes they had exclusives back then, too). He was a standard height and wearing blue.

When the Holiday Special aired, and Lucasfilm caught Kenner's error, the figure was corrected (just like Luke's glove on the wrong hand thing today), and red Snaggletoothe, an authentic Zutton for the vintage line, was released on a 21-back card shortly before The Empire Strikes Back figures were released.

Today, Blue Snaggletoothe is regarded as an error figure, but a highly valuable one since the red figure is more common.

The Question is, for nostalgia's sake does a blue Snaggletoothe have merit in today's line?

Old (and incorrect rumors) had it that Kenner had made the error because they had confused images of the other characters shown to you in this poll: Treva Horme and Utriss M'Toc. Seeing them in the image attached, that's a little hard to believe.

However, these characters, or another Snivvian (Wiorkettle wore blue)might make a good replacement for some nostalgic fans who still count Blue Snaggletoothe as another true figure of the vintage collection.

Additionally, Cloud City has some good offerings (like the Ice Cream Maker Guy) that are often overlooked, and Empire Strikes Back remains the film with the least amount of new character offerings.

Wiorkettle offers another true Snivvian, and a female I believe.

Treva Homre is also female, and a very interesting alien at that.

Utriss M'Toc shows by example that not only humans could serve the infamous Bespin Wing Guard (Lando's security troops).

My poorly photoshopped blue Zutton stands in for those who want an exact replacement for the vintage Snaggletoothe, though Hasbro would need to alter his height.

Which one do you like?


I don't want ANY of these figures -- I want the ORIGIONAL BLUE SNAGGLETOOTH FIGURE -- ERROR or NOT!! -- Thats the whole POINT!!

Hasbro can even release him as the "Error Character" and list this story on the cardback -- that would make the figure even more interesting!!

A REPAINT is out of the question -- whats the point! :o

Treva Horme looks like a "repaint" of Yakface -- and probably will be if they make this figure. :dead:

Utriss M'Toc is just another Bespin Security Guard -- big deal!! :frus:

Wiorkettle is the only different figure -- but it looks bad "the picture" -- its a girl snaggletooth it looks like. : :cry:

Hasbro can spend a little time looking over the "vintage blue" and create something that really looks like the "error" figure.

Tycho
09-02-2003, 04:05 PM
JediBoulton, I'm not sure what you meant. You want a re-release of the exact vintage mold of Blue Snaggletoothe?

The choice of the Zutton picture I photoshopped, was to represent repainting the POTJ figure and perhaps giving him full height to truly simulate the error Kenner made back then. But it's not an exact re-release.

The idea of explaining the history of that figure on the cardback is pretty cool and goes in line with what they did with Han Hoth's blue coat and brown coat. Great thinking on your part!

But please tell us which you'd want. (and sorry if that poll choice wasn't clear).

Beast
09-02-2003, 04:12 PM
I want Treva Horme and Wiorkette, both. But since I can only choose one, I'll go with Wiorkette since that would be the approximation of a proper Blue Snaggletooth that actually appeared in the movie. Utriss M'Toc I believe might have actually been a photoshopped Alien for Decipher, and not in the actual movie. I'd have to look again. :)

MTFBWY and HH!!

Jar Jar Binks

Mandalorian Candidat
09-02-2003, 04:16 PM
The Bespin Guard looks like something off of Star Trek for me. But thats me and you are you. How doyou vote?

That was my first thought when I saw the alien BSG. It smacks of someone out of Voyager or TNG.

I voted for none of the above. None of them interest me at all. If I were to get any of them it would be an original blue snaggletooth, like JediBoulton said. Why get a repaint like the clean/dirty biker scout?

I'd rather get a character with some screentime faster than 0.1 nanosecond which is what these 3 ESB aliens have because I don't remember seeing any of them at all in any of the movies.

Ask again in 2010, Tycho, once there are no substantial characters/resculpts left for Hasbro to do. :)

JediBoulton
09-02-2003, 04:21 PM
JediBoulton, I'm not sure what you meant. You want a re-release of the exact vintage mold of Blue Snaggletoothe?

The choice of the Zutton picture I photoshopped, was to represent repainting the POTJ figure and perhaps giving him full height to truly simulate the error Kenner made back then. But it's not an exact re-release.

The idea of explaining the history of that figure on the cardback is pretty cool and goes in line with what they did with Han Hoth's blue coat and brown coat. Great thinking on your part!

But please tell us which you'd want. (and sorry if that poll choice wasn't clear).

My Bad Tycho :D

I do NOT want a Vintage figure recreated ( i would like to get the vintage figure though :crazed: )

If we can get a Zutton with the full height added and a color change -- that would be great! -- if possible -- we need to change my vote :)

Tycho
09-02-2003, 04:39 PM
JediTricks could modify that:

1) erasing a vote for none above
2) adding a vote for a Zutton repaint
3) adding that the blue Zutton would have a height change in the description, instead of "and photoshop" like I put it. Sounds like he comes with software, heh-heh. It could say "simulated with photoshop."

I don't have the editing control I used too this new forum setup.

By the way, Mandalorian Candidate, the whole appeal of these 1-sec or even cut-from-screen characters is that they are unique sculpts and I'm kind of a fan of how cool they can turn out - characters like Ephant Mon. Even the Duro was barely on screen, as well as Bo Shek. Aurra Sing was closer to these folks screen time, but she got more pixels ;) Still, Jango Fett wore blue. They could always do another figure of him instead. I mean they will anyway so kids old enough to understand SW by the time of Episode 3 (and not swallow the toys they teeth on) will be able to get him at regular retail when they're old enough. There are still some adult collectors out there who don't have much time and plan to see all the prequels for their first time when they can watch them back-to-back on DVD. Few, but some. They might collect on a whim once they've seen the movies. Clones are cool, you know?

But I meant to treat Cloud City with at least some of the respect Jabba's Palace and the Cantina get. There was the intention of having characters make appearances there in the same striking manner as aliens do elsewhere in the SW galaxy. But for whatever reason, they didn't keep it in the final cut of the movie, and it's a human running with an ice cream maker that gets all the attention in the end.

TheDarthVader
09-02-2003, 05:18 PM
I voted for a re-painted Zutton. They could release the new figure on a special "one-time only" blue POTJ card. I believe this would make the figure more unique and sought after by collectors. I think that Wiorkette looks cool, but I would rather have the blue Zutton. The other possible characters will probably never be made...including the Wiorkette figure!

JediBoulton
09-02-2003, 05:23 PM
I voted for a re-painted Zutton. They could release the new figure on a special "one-time only" blue POTJ card. I believe this would make the figure more unique and sought after by collectors. I think that Wiorkette looks cool, but I would rather have the blue Zutton. The other possible characters will probably never be made...including the Wiorkette figure!

Well -- why not a "Purple Card" -- with the explaination of what happened on the back. This would be an AWSOME Figure!!

Maybe -- also as with the POTF figures -- include a "card" that shows the origional cantina set that the Vintage figure came with --

HASBRO -- are you out there taking notes ?!?!

Dark Marble
09-02-2003, 05:59 PM
I was one of the guys that voted for "do not want any." I like obscure aliens and all, but in the end the blue snaggletooth was an error. I don't need anything to step up and replace it, especially since we have got other aliens to fill the void. This isn't to say that if any of these figures were made I wouldn't buy them, I just wouldn't go out of my way to look for them.

It is just like Wat Tambor. I wouldn't have made any special effort to get this guy, but I walked into target one day and saw him there so I got him. I have one now and will display him with the genosian war room if I ever pick that thing up. Bottom line for me, all the guys in the poll might make great figures, but like Wat (a good looking figure) no big whoop.

jedikiss
09-02-2003, 07:16 PM
It'd be cool to see blue snagg updated, but I seriously doubt Hasbro would update an "error" figure when they've updated the correct form already. (but then w/ Hasbro, any fig is possible) I like 3 of the 4 listed above to be made into figs except the repaint of current Zutton- that's too blah!
Since blue snagg was issued as a SW fig not ESB, these 3 wound not suffice. I personaly nick name my blue snagg "Tekkel" who already has a potf2 updated form. Hey if the vintage Greedo and "Walrusman" are acceptable vintage figs for thier movie counterpart then blue snagg makes a fair Tekkel

jedikiss
09-02-2003, 07:21 PM
PS there is a Snivian on Jabba's sail barge that looks most like the blue snagg than the 4 listed above

maybe w/ Hasbro's new concept of theme related waves for 2004, maybe we can hope for those 3 Cloud city suggestions and an IMPROVED Leia in Bespin Gown and the former CD-Rom Dinning room encounter Vader to be released

LusiferSam
09-02-2003, 10:36 PM
If we're talking about blue Snaggletooth I'd said Wiorkettle would be best substitute. Only because Wiorkettle is the same species as Zutton. I personal have never the alien Bespin Guard or other Cloud City alien. And I don't like the idea of a repainted Zutton, just to have a remake of a vintage mistake.

DarthChuckMc
09-03-2003, 12:44 AM
Hmm...

I say...Give us Wiorkettle & Treva Horme as a 2 pack. MOST of the photos showing them, have them together. I "think" there is a backstory (EU) that they are supposed to be a couple, or at least close associates.



My official vote, goes to a repaint/reculpt Zutton.

Provided he has longer legs, pale skin, red eyes, and black hair like the vintage one.

I think the "silver" style cardback would be fine, since those have an explantion type back anyway.

The question remains.........what would they call him?

Should he just be labeled "Blue Snaggletooth", or something more creative?

Me personally, I'd like plain SNAGGLETOOTH just fine.

I'd even buy it if it were in a baggie, or a white mailer box.

Whatever, just make the dang thing!

decadentdave
09-03-2003, 01:52 AM
Here's what I think Hasbro should do. Release ALL of the characters but re-issue the vintage Sears Cantina Blue Snaggletooth as a Commemorative Edition. This will please the nostalgic fans as well as put something that has been an extremely rare collectible into the hands of everyone who missed out on it as a child. In fact, I don't see why Hasbro does not re-issue the old Cantina set or re-issue old vintage figures in original packaging again like they did shortly after Return of the Jedi with the Landspeeder, Tie Fighter, X-Wing and Dewback. They at least re-issued Generation 1 Transormers again, why not Vintage Star Wars? I think we need a new poll for this one.

JediTricks
09-03-2003, 03:37 AM
Tycho, changes made. You should tell Steve about you being unable to alter the poll once its gone up.

I voted for none of the above - if we go with this, why not Walrusman in gaudy purple & orange outfit or Luke with yellow lightsaber or Greedo with wonky green duds or any of the other myriad of Kenner goof ups from '78 to '85? Just because Hasbro released POTF2 Endor Han with blue pants first doesn't mean the Saga figure should be released that way too, so I don't understand a need for a tall, blue Snags when we already have 1 Snags too many in the modern line for my tastes. ;)

Rogue II
09-03-2003, 09:46 AM
I don't want any of them. Make a new Lobot, a black Bespin Guard, and a Cloud Car pilot That's all I really care about as far as Bespin figures go.

stillakid
09-03-2003, 10:51 AM
I said Treva Horme, but I'm unclear on what the real question really is.

As JT said, why bother with characters who weren't in the films (if we're talking about Hasbro errors in design)? I mean, you get the vintage screw up (if you want a complete collection) and forget it.

There are a host of characters who have yet to be shrunk into 3" versions of themselves. I don't see the point in rehashing a mistake. Two blue Snaggletooths don't make a right. :)

zeroplate
09-03-2003, 01:11 PM
is common sense creeping into a SSG poll? for once, there are as many people voting for no figure as there are for ALL FIGURES! this is great. leave snaggletooth alone. the wonderful thing about the customizing aftermarket is that collectors who are truly fanatical about having collections to display on the wall can get all sorts of odd things, a custom blue snaggletooth modeled with the new zutton body for instance.

i had the blue and red snaggletooths as a kid and probably sold them both together with a beach ball for $.50 at a garage sale in 1986. a complete remake of the old star wars line isn't as interesting to me as well-made, definitive figures of NEW characters that haven't yet seen life in plastic. take it from toybiz- they stopped making 100 repaints of cyclops and wolverine and started making detailed and well-thought-out figures for the legends line and people started to take notice.

LusiferSam
09-03-2003, 01:14 PM
I don't see the point in rehashing a mistake. Two blue Snaggletooths don't make a right. :)

My point exactly. And the more I think about I wish I would have voted for none of the figures. I really would like to see Hasbro finish out the vintage line. And there are enough holes to worry about without counting variation

Tycho
09-03-2003, 01:32 PM
First, thanks JediTricks for helping me with the administrative details on changing JediBoulton's vote.

Next, a lot of people and obviously most recently JT and Zeroplate make excellent points.

Zeroplate was pleased this didn't turn out to be another "Do you want a General Madine figure? poll" where everyone shouts "Yes!" and we all inwardly think "That was obvious."

Blue Snag is a commonly shown but uncommon figure in the vintage line. Since his sculpt is so different, and his height, he really appears to be a different character since Snaggletoothes and Walrusmen, etc. were not really characters prior to West End Games inventing Snivvians and Aqualish etc. while Lucas had only aimed to stuff the bar full of "everythings."

Meanwhile, most people would agree that the modern line wastes the vintage figures in how impressive and accurrate they are.

One reason 12-backers collect is to reassemble the collection we had and were quite fond of as children. You wouldn't think Lumat is that important otherwise.

So Blue Snaggletoothe might fit that niche for a good number of us, and we'd want something made.

It is a controversy as to what should be made, so it did turn into a very good poll question, because the issue is anything but predictable.

I myself don't think we need a figure based on an error, but do want myself, "as many 1 sec or cut-seconds background characters" as possible. They help populate dioramas, and Bespin is certainly and under-exploited world for choices for figures and deserves more of Hasbro's atttention. I would personally like to see 3 of the 4 made: Treva Horme is perhaps the most interesting and different; Wiorkettle is a Snivvian to begin with; and Utriss M"Toc would seriously go a long way to diversifying my Bespin Guards who still need an African-American variation - but beg to demonstrate that Cloud City was not prejudiced against aliens, and more than humans served in their security forces.

I voted for Treva Horme. Why? If Hasbro sculpted it, the style of the alien, it's shape and clothing, would be a departure from say a Rebel Fleet Trooper or one of the Jedi in what? - brown robes. I appreciate these figures like little statues or works of art that I can display to recreate George Lucas' whole-new-worlds-on-film type of art that he creates when he invents these highly creative environments. Treva Horme, and Wiorkettle would both yeild such different sculpts. Utriss M'Toc's head and hands might, but his body would be similar to another figure we already have: an Asian Bespin Guard.

So did I clarify why I like background aliens (or droids) in my collection?

This is an interesting aspect to the tastes some fans bring to this poll as they cast their votes.

Darth Christopher
09-03-2003, 04:23 PM
I also vote for the Snivvian from Cloud City (Wiorkettle)! When Hasbro announced they wanted to add a 2nd Snaggletooth figure to the modern line, they should've picked this blue Snivvian instead of the one from the Holiday Special in my opinion. This would've balanced the old vs. new lines' snaggletooth figures nicely: we'd have a red one from the cinema scenes 3-pack, and a blue one on card (which would be of an actual background character from ESB). But as your poll suggests, it's not too late. And those of you voting none-of-the-above, how's it going to hurt if Hasbro makes a blue Snaggletooth for those of us who wants one? Just don't buy it when it comes out. I'd even buy a 12" version of a blue snaggletooth if they made it! :D


If we're talking about blue Snaggletooth I'd said Wiorkettle would be best substitute. Only because Wiorkettle is the same species as Zutton. I personal have never the alien Bespin Guard or other Cloud City alien. And I don't like the idea of a repainted Zutton, just to have a remake of a vintage mistake.

stillakid
09-03-2003, 05:20 PM
And those of you voting none-of-the-above, how's it going to hurt if Hasbro makes a blue Snaggletooth for those of us who wants one? :D

All four of you? ;)

Rogue II
09-03-2003, 06:11 PM
And those of you voting none-of-the-above, how's it going to hurt if Hasbro makes a blue Snaggletooth for those of us who wants one?

Well, first of all, it will take away one of the other Classic Trilogy character I would probably want (which is why we haven't seen that new R5-D4 yet--other droids keep bumping its release :frus:).

If you go through all of the "wish lists" in the Dear Hasbro section, you never hear anyone other than Tycho even mention a Blue Snagletooth figure. All of the wish list figures are Ewoks, Cantina Aliens, droids, Jabba's goons, and Imperials and Rebel Forces.

fishyfett
09-04-2003, 01:25 AM
I vote for Treva Horme. Its a different species. Not another Snivvian. We already have the 2 brothers, Takeel and Zutton. Let's have a companion for Saelt Marae and Treva is it. I doubt if this character will be made, but I welcome another new figure. :happy:
As for the sake of completing the vintage line as re-sculpts, I still want to see Gen. Madine, Cloud Car Pilot and Chief Chirpa. That's it. The other Ewoks are not really that well-known so no loss if they don't get made. A Black Bespin Guard would be good too, since he's part of the vintage line, perhaps a different body sculpt will make it better. And even though I was kinda disappointed we're not getting the Zombie-lookin' Dignitary, I am very grateful were getting 2 different Dig's in the later wave. :D

plasticfetish
09-04-2003, 05:05 PM
The Question is, for nostalgia's sake does a blue Snaggletooth have merit in today's line?
I voted yes for a modern remake of the vintage "error" figure.

Hasbro could really do something clever with this figure. Put it on a nice (with a photo and everything!) vintage style card ... the card blue snaggletooth never saw. Make it in 2008 and make it a tribute to 30 years of "great errors and mistakes" from Kenner and Hasbro. It would be funny in a self-deprecating kind of way.

If there was some kind of fan club they could sell it on-line. ;)

stillakid
09-04-2003, 09:13 PM
I voted yes for a modern remake of the vintage "error" figure.

Hasbro could really do something clever with this figure. Put it on a nice (with a photo and everything!) vintage style card ... the card blue snaggletooth never saw. Make it in 2008 and make it a tribute to 30 years of "great errors and mistakes" from Kenner and Hasbro. It would be funny in a self-deprecating kind of way.

If there was some kind of fan club they could sell it on-line. ;)


Too bad they never thought of something like "Proof of Purchase" or "Jedi Points" or something like that where we could trade them in for a special figure or somethin'. :rolleyes:

plasticfetish
09-04-2003, 10:07 PM
Too bad they never thought of something like "Proof of Purchase" or "Jedi Points" or something like that where we could trade them in for a special figure or somethin'. :rolleyes:
Ooh, that's a good idea! Instead of "Jedi points" (whatever that means) they could call them "midichlorians." For every thousand that you send in, you get the blue Snaggletooth figure ... and one entry for a very special "grand prize" ... a trip to Hasbro's headquarters. "Only the most powerful of Jedi will win!" The highlight of the visit being a tour of their quality control department ... as well as lunch with one of their "action effect imagineers."

stillakid
09-05-2003, 12:16 AM
Ooh, that's a good idea! Instead of "Jedi points" (whatever that means) they could call them "midichlorians." For every thousand that you send in, you get the blue Snaggletooth figure ... and one entry for a very special "grand prize" ... a trip to Hasbro's headquarters. "Only the most powerful of Jedi will win!" The highlight of the visit being a tour of their quality control department ... as well as lunch with one of their "action effect imagineers."

Damn if you're not on to something here. I'm thinkin' that Lucasfilm should get involved here and "give something back to the fans." They could start by doing what you suggest above, and for all those loyal collectors out there with a gazillion "midichlorian points," they could be entered into a contest to visit Skywalker Ranch and/or ILM.

Who do we see about this?

Darth Christopher
09-05-2003, 12:22 PM
If Lusasfilm gets involved, they might as well create a cameo appearance of the blue snaggletooth error figure in Episode III! If Lucas can honor Spielberg by putting a glimpse of ET in Episode I, he can certainly honor Kenner by creating an onscreen version of the tall, blue snaggletooth, with a quick glimpse of him standing at a cantina bar or in a nightclub - wouldn't that be hoot! :D


Damn if you're not on to something here. I'm thinkin' that Lucasfilm should get involved here and "give something back to the fans." They could start by doing what you suggest above, and for all those loyal collectors out there with a gazillion "midichlorian points," they could be entered into a contest to visit Skywalker Ranch and/or ILM.

Who do we see about this?

plasticfetish
09-05-2003, 06:05 PM
You know ... I was gonna continue the joke about Lucas and ILM getting involved, something like this ...

Gee, ILM could even CG blue Snaggletooth into the next "special" edition of episode 4 (episode 4.2) that they put out. They could shrink wrap a blue snaggletooth figure to the box as a bonus.

... but, then I realized how sad that would be.

mahondo
09-07-2003, 10:14 PM
Well at least this poll confirms my suspisions that the blue Snivvian and her companion (who I think is known as a "Somahol"or something) did not actually make the final cut of ESB.I had seen photos before in the Steve Sansweet action figure archive along with the alien security guard but was unable to find them in the film
Interestingly,as I check back on my giant-sized Marvel comic adaption from 1980, there are many aliens depicted throughout Cloud City including the tall "Somahol" alien(Treva Horme) and a lizard man.Maybe Dr.Connors was on Bespin doing research on limb reproduction.
I remember being dissapointed as a kid that none of these aliens were in the film,but hey a 2-pack of the two Bespin aliens would cool,altough some of the aforementioned ideas about a commemorative edition of blue snaggletooth w/silver boots would also rate highly on the coolness factor.

Tycho
07-22-2004, 12:38 PM
Interestingly enough, here we are a year or more later, and HASBRO IS MAKING BLUE SNAGGLETOOTHE.

A lot of you voted for him.

Snaggletoothe will be included with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ponda Baba in a 2nd K-mart Exclusive Cinema Scene.

I couldn't tell but will look more closely to see if this Zutton repaint is taller than the original POTJ Zutton released in 2001.

If so, we have the real replacement for the vintage Blue Snaggletoothe and it totally reduces our Vintage Figure Re-Make List by a milestone since a Black Bespin Security Guard and Hoth Rebel Soldier Variation, a human B-wing Pilot, etc. are so much more reasonable to ask for and sure to sell - but the Blue Snaggletoothe takes the cake!

There you go.

Now will I buy this set to get him? No. It's not my priority. But I'm glad to see him offered to whomever's priority this is.

El Chuxter
06-26-2010, 08:29 PM
I'd like Utris M'toc myself, but since I already have him, I'll say Wiorkettle. Maybe they could release a blue repaint Zutton, perhaps as a K-Mart exclusive, since K-Mart owns Sears now.

dr_evazan22
11-27-2010, 01:31 PM
K-mart owns Sears? I had actually thought that was the other way around. I guess it doesn't matter, soon enough it'll just be WM.