These look good, but I didn't remember the ones shown in '12 having such small blister pack bubbles. Kinda glad this design didn't make it to market only due to the very tiny J-hook.
I wonder how much the card designs were modified for this release - it's interesting that the droid part is in the bubble with the figure as opposed to a separate piece like in 2008-2010.
I'd like to see them do other sets like this but with character selections that wouldn't sell at mass retail (i.e. Cliegg Lars, Jaxxon, etc.) as opposed to army builders.
Originally, I think they were concerned about theft and about getting casual consumers to look at the card more, so those rear windows made sense. But here there's no concern about on-the-shelf theft of the droid parts, and the value issue has become a much more vital selling point to the figures as the price has skyrocketed over the last 3 years.
Limited ornaments usually aren't revealed until a few weeks before the event.
Work, ran, interwebs, sleep, food. Up for the late shift.
42 and raining.
Nice! I need to cross Yosemite off my places I've been to list.
Meet Stephen Costantino who played the Gamorrean Guard in Star Wars Return of the Jedi to the 80s Toy Expo this Sunday! http://www.80stoyexpo.com/
First time to Yosemite, and the weather was perfect. Crowds? Not so perfect.
I purchased the movie but will not take it out of the packaging when I can still see it for $4.50 in the theater. I go pretty much each week after work
Any hint on the July preview ornament?
$100 for the tree topper? I'll pass. I have the Santa Yoda topper already.
People are finding Han, Leia, and Asthma. I just think they will eventually get warm because they are in outfits they were barely seen in. Mayor mostly
Went to Yosemite. Meh.
As if! After a heavy storm the day before, all the waterfalls and clear skies were perfect. Well,