Wow, what an unusual turn of events. This figure will have to be pricy just because it's got to have several types of exotic materials used for the complicated outfit, I suspect this one will have the look that justifies its pricetag. I doubt I'll be buying him only because I don't really have enough connection to the character, it was ok to buy a $10 figure but a $150-ish figure on a character I've only seen in ads for a game, I can't afford it. It'll be cool to see in person at Comic-Con though, no question.
Initially, he looks great. But there are so many other main movie characters sideshow could develop instead.
Part of me says you're right, still no Luke X-wing, no Han Hoth, no Leia Bespin escape/Hoth, no Biker Scout, no Jango Fett or probably other prequel jerks. But without new expressions of new ideas, the line would become stagnate. I feel like if they hadn't been so focused on clones the last little bit, there wouldn't be as much cause for such backlash.
Yes, the clone obsession along with the escalating prices have been a black eye on sideshow. My real concern is, who do you display him with? It would be nice if they did a two pack with a Sith solider or Shae Vizla, just to get the Old Republic line out there. Of course a $350 box set would scare people off...
Interesting point, what do you display him with? He's from an entirely different era, I hadn't thought about that. I just thought of him as a cool thing on his own, which I would assume is the point since TOR is not really taking off the way it was expected to, but having him standing around with crazy eyes and a lightsaber isn't all he could be. I say just stick him with some clones, there's plenty to go around.
Homeland: Carrie's Run by Andrew Kaplan. A stand-alone Homeland novel that takes place before the TV show. A fast-paced read.
Crime Zone (1989) - Sherilyn Fenn and David Carradine are the big names in this sci-fi turkey that feels like a well-decorated student film. Carradine
77 and clear skies at the beginning of a cooling trend. Humidity is 62% right now tho, so it's not as lightweight as it could be.
Culver City TRU had a lot of TBS 6" Kylo Ren, a couple Snowtroopers and Phasmas, some Hot Wheels Wicket and Ackbar cars as well as the newest wave
We're movin' on up: cheapest here is now $2.54, but most are just under $3. And Pittsburgh is 5-5 in its last ten games; much better than losing 13
Cool list JKNO, thanks for sharing!
Ace Of Spades ~ Motorhead. Because sometimes some Lemmy is what you need.
By the way Heather Lind who plays Anna strong is totally hot
I just finished the third season that was live on TV. Holly molly! I can't believe who hung!
I won't post spoilers unless if everyone's caught
BTW an interesting read: The 100 Most Insanely Valuable Movie Memorabilia Items Ever Sold