Darth Vader is becoming the Mickey Mouse of Star Wars.
Kylo Ren - came from Space Brooklyn, although he moved to Space Williamsburg before it was trendy.
The use of a lightsaber does not make one a Jedi, it is the ability to not use it.
This discussion just reminded me of Rock Lords
You haven't transformed a robot until you've made it square and blocky as a rock!
This makes perfect sense for the engineers who can't design converting robots to resemble anything they're supposed to reasonably approximate.
So wha-lah! Rock Lords!
These things should have transformed into Ozzy Osbourne, Dio, and Van Halen - but whatever.
I think I had one of those when I was really little, but only had one so I thought it was a He-Man toy.
The following characters have been confirmed for the TFA series so undoubtedly they'll have toys as well :
I thought Wreck-Gar had been confirmed long ago... so long ago, in fact, that he's already appeared, right?
That's my jacket!
He was confirmed, he's airing in the next few weeks for the first time, and his toy was previewed at BotCon this weekend during the "no photography" Hasbro panel. He'll get his first public display at Comic-Con.
Also, I believe Skywarp and Thundercracker were said to NOT appear in the show, but would be made in toy format (which I'm actually okay with - one of the cool things about this show is that everyone has a distinct and interesting character and I would be disappointed if it got so overloaded with them, they started coming off the same *cough*Jazz*cough*)
EDIT: I stand corrected - this just in: http://derrickjwyatt.blogspot.com/20...om-botcon.html
Looks like there will be a Thundercracker and Skywarp in Animated. Wootini?
All Hail Darth Schmitsky!
What's wrong with Jazz?
I'm pretty sure Hasbro said Skywarp/Thundercracker would be toys but not in the show. Having art for them doesn't mean they will be in the show since their toys would neex box art.