First off, let me say that I have been a huge fan of the Force FX Lightsaber line since its inception, and for years, I've watched the collecting community ask for removable blades, so to finally have them in my hand at Comic-Con was truly exciting. Hasbro had both of the new sabers from removable-blade wave 1, Anakin Episode III and Vader Episode IV.
Initially, these look and feel the same as their non-removable-blade Force FX counterparts. The hilts ...
Sideshow's booth was nearly dead center of the main exhibit hall, and while not the most extravagant affair, the large cylindrical Sideshow curtain in the middle made it stand out from the booths around it. It didn't hurt that Sideshow nearly always had something cool going on, whether it be interviews with Stan Lee at the far end or the wandering photo ops with Darth Vader.
Some of the material covered at their panel up in room 10 was similar to their panel at Star Wars Celebration IV, while other parts were not Star Wars related. One new aspect to the panel was the inclusion ...
I think Hasbro will put in Nerf stuff to all remolded and new vehicles from this point on to the future. They're crossing over their brands to increaseTycho 21 Hours Ago
21 backs. This was the count of figures made and showing on the back of the cards for a new hope before The Empire Strikes Back came out. With R5 D4 andTycho 1 Day Ago
I preordered a Leia an r2 and a Han from amazon. Really disappointed that there is no updated Darth Vader TIE advanced for this year. It is sorely inmtriv73 1 Day Ago
The figure, and some of the first wave, are available for preorder on Amazon right now. I jumped at the chance to get that Leia. It's also available fromJediTricks 1 Day Ago