Is it just me or does the 1:31 mark of the first clip show Darth Maul in Mandalorian armor? And I thought bringing him back from the dead was dumb! I mean, it's not totally clear, but the armor is painted red and black and has horns protruding from the helmet and it's apparent that he is working with the Death Watch so....
Edit: Statement retracted, in my haste (I didn't even finish the clip before posting) I failed to notice that Obi-Wan seems to be wearing the same armor later in the clip, so maybe I'm wrong. Hopefully.
Looking at that still more closely, the horns don't match up with Maul's, so I think it's probably a Mandalorian that follows Maul instead of Maul in armor. I don't know how it goes down but it seems that the red-clad warriors are with Maul and the blue Death Watch are with Pre Vizsla, perhaps after their partnership goes sour.
Yesterday was supposed to be 88, really was only 81 so I opened the windows and turned on the fan, it was nice, but hard to sleep last night with 73 so
Sports figure again: NFL and college football coach Dennis Green, at 67. For those not into sports so much, he's probably known for his post-game press
So, that means she's canon again, right? Yay, flawed logic from me!
But I never found the first Jaina (nor Jacen) figure, so depending on
I saw a high of 112 yesterday while out (car temp read as 115, though). Morning temps have been in the low-70s, so it gets a boost early. Sad thing:
Just described the entirety of Hasbro's 2016 lineup.
The amount of recycled Astromechs this year is shockingly lazy, even Sideshow has a
Magically, Jaina's votes shot up 10% in the last day. Because that's how voting works, right? Give me a break. I'm glad we didn't put our energies
It's just a bunch of astromechs. What a lame set for so much build up.
It's not about material costs it's about labor costs and assembly times (which really just boils down to man-hours). From what I've read, the difference
I finished the second book, borrowing from the Hunger Games or Game of Thrones style where the series gets its name from the first book onward: Aftermath:
Eh, looks like I missed out on the voting. Whatever. I would have just voted for Dengar, since he's the only OT figure (the only movie figure, actually)