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    QUESTIONS FOR HASBRO - round 67

    Please post your VOTE for up to 6 {six} of the questions provided in this thread, letting us know which ones you most want to see asked on Friday, May 1st. Keep in mind that your votes in round 66 do not count in this round, so if your question is still on the list you may want to vote for it again.

    Also, feel free to post new questions. For reference, here are Hasbro's answers to previous SSG questions; and from other sites. The questions we asked last round can be found here.

    Current questions (vote for up to 6):

    1. - In Hasbro's awesome Comic-Packs line, we've been treated to Marvel Star Wars issues 1-4, and Dark Horse Revenge of the Sith issues 1, 3, and 4. Any chance we could get comic packs of the missing Marvel SW #5 and 6, and Dark Horse ROTS #2, to complete their respective tales? (Just spitballing ideas: we could certainly do with a Leia/3PO pack for MSW#5 and perhaps a Rebel/Imperial Pilot set for #6, and ROTS #2 could use Grievous and a new deco Clone.) And what about Comic Packs for the other movie adaptation comics like Marvel ESB and ROTJ, or Dark Horse TPM and AOTC?
    2. - In the Clone Wars line, a few scale issues have come up. Obi-Wan and Anakin figures stand pretty short compared to their non-animated figure counterparts, while Clone Troopers stand unusually tall compared to their non-animated counterparts, and obviously this means CW Obi-Wan and Anakin stand pretty short compared to the Clones. What gives here? Was this an intentional choice, and if so, why?
    3. - When we last asked about the Cade Skywalker/Darth Talon Comic Pack missing Cade's lightsaber, you told us that the tooling for it was lost so you'd be moving forward without it. Since then, the set has started hitting and it looks like a running change was made, the saber is showing up in some sets, but generally the sets with the saber are much harder to find and buyers have already got incomplete sets in their hands. Hasbro consumer affairs can only deal with this currently by taking the entire set back and saying they're not sure if they'll be able to replace the exact set or one of equal value. Could you please find a better way to get those missing lightsabers and saber hilts into buyers' collections?
    4. - Why are the Droid Factory build-a-droid parts for C-3PX incompatible with the basic figures' build-a-droid parts, especially the other protocol droids like RA7's? 3PX has a ball joint for his head while RA7 has a post, and the pegs for the arms and legs also differ, thus making it impossible to mix-n-match parts, which the concept had otherwise highly adopted. Was this done on purpose, and if so, why?
    5. - Does Hasbro have any plans to update the Dianoga in the near future? We need one that is better detailed, better articulated and perhaps featuring multiple bendy tentacles. If you were to update the Dianoga, what format would you release it in: Battle Pack, a basic carded figure, Ultimate Battle Pack, something else?
    6. - Recently, Hasbro has updated cockpits on a few OT ships, including the B-wing and A-wing, not to mention the detailed cockpit on the new Millennium Falcon. We understand that the B-wing and A-wing got new detailed cockpits because they had the opportunity from their use as exclusives, but exclusives or not, are there any plans or thoughts about continuing that practice on other ships? The X-wing, TIE Fighter, and Y-wing are all good candidates for new, detailed cockpits, but would the small size of some of those cockpits prevent those upgrades?
    7. - This might seem like an odd request, but could you re-issue the old Kenner X-wing, specifically the POTF2 version, with some modifications? There's no X-wing at kid pricing anymore, the only OT vehicles at the Starfighter pricepoint are lonely TIEs with nobody to fight, and that classic X-wing had some decent sculpting, strong wings, and is fun to whoosh about. As well, the POTF2 version had a pretty decent deco (though pre-applied stickers would be nice), and that version also had the best sound effects in any X-wing (aside from the Power FX X-wing, but the sacrifices there are numerous), those sounds alone would sell another batch to collectors. The set could use a tune-up on the cockpit interior, the canopy exterior, the dedicated R2-D2, and the blaster tips need to be reoriented to the proper upright position. Don't you think the kids today deserve an awesome X-wing fighter?
    8. - In a recent Q&A, you mentioned that "[Hasbro] will continue working with Sideshow on their 12" figure program." As we know, Sideshow sub-licenses their 12" Star Wars through Hasbro's Star Wars license, but the intricacies of this relationship are not fully understood. With your recent comment above, collectors are ever more curious as to how exactly Hasbro and Sideshow work together on that 12" figure line. What types of input does Hasbro have into the Star Wars items that Sideshow produces?
    9. - Beyond Star Wars, many other franchises have tried their hand at Titanium Series - Battlestar Galactica, Indiana Jones, Marvel, Transformers, even Stargate was floated as being in some level of planning - yet they all eventually faded away from Titanium Series' light. What lessons has the Titanium Series team taken away from those other licenses' lines and their passings? For example, you put off the wave with the BSG Basestar and couldn't find a slot for this new tooling before the license ran out, yet you released a Starbuck repaint of the Viper mk 2 at theproverbial 11th hour (and didn't hit shelves until the 13th hour), an unusual distinction which fans don't really understand, and could use more behind-the-scenes insight into - why didn't that Basestar tooling get shoehorned into a later wave before the license with Universal ran out? Why release a repaint vehicle that won't satisfy fans as much, rather than an all-new mold which fans have been clamoring for?
    10. - Fans are glad to see the Jawa with WED Droid set produced, getting us 1 step closer to a complete "purchase of the droids" scene, but it seems like this pack-in WED droid is a tad on the large size. Comparison images have it around 25% larger than its movie counterpart. Also, the coloring on the toy is significantly different from the Jawa scene's white and red design seen at the droid sale (WED-15-ST68) - the gray and copper droid made into the figure was used in a cut scene by Fixer at Tosche station. So on the WED droid, why the increase in scale, and why the different colors?
    11. - Regarding the future of Star Wars Mighty Muggs, what wave will be the final one at retail before the line becomes a TRU exclusive? Will some sought-after previous entries like Leia and the Stormtrooper be re-released? For Entertainment Earth's shared exclusives, who will they be sharing those with?
    12. - Does Hasbro have access to the old Kenner Droids line's vehicle molds, the Side Gunner, ATL Interceptor, perhaps even the infamously never released White Witch? Will there be any chance to see these given new life and released under Hasbro one day?
    13. - The gauzy material used to make black capes and other soft goods is intolerable. The material is always cut too large, never hangs right, and is translucent. Darth Vader especially has a real miserable time of it, looking more like he's wearing a black chiffon number than his menacing duds. And not one figure using it can avoid it flaring out, poor Garindan looks like he's flying away. We've seen better materials used at this scale, even by you (the second Darth Maul figure comes to mind), so it's past time to reassess new materials for these purposes. If nothing else, getting sharper and better-looking cape designs will sell more Vaders to collectors and kids who already have an army of them. So, what say you on this matter, why are you still using the gauzy black cloth, and are you willing to look into better materials and better sewing for them?
    14. - In Q&As lately, there have been some disturbing answers that subtly point to problems with the future of the Star Wars collecting hobby. Repeated mentions of Hasbro's iteration of Force FX sabers underperforming at market, then the cancellation of Titanium Series, and now the bad news about the TLC basic figure line culminating in a whole wave of figures getting pushed into exclusives. Force FX not thriving might have something to do with the fact that there is a focus on re-releasing existing designs, or perhaps the lack of marketing and "event" releases. Titanium Series has suffered unbelievable amounts of repaints and price increases, and zero marketing. TLC basic figures have seen heavy production of collector-oriented figures like Yarna and Breha Organa (despite even collectors knowing these should have been hard to find rather than abundant), and miserable pacing with just 3 waves of new figures between July '08 and May '09. Hasbro generally has a poor track record of nurturing collector markets when it comes to lines not centered around the 3.75" theme. Doesn't it seem as if that part of the issue is management decisions, overly lofty expectations, even (in the case of Force FX & Titaniums) Hasbro desired profit margins which can't match the lines' business models established by previous licensees, leading to these lines stumbling and thus their collecting markets waning?
    15. - On the recent Jawa with WED Droid set, the Jawa comes with a small tin can-like piece that has 2 posts sticking out of it. Although there has been much speculation as to what this accessory is, no consensus has been reached. Also, the small accessory doesn't seem to have a dedicated storage spot on the figure's outfit unlike all the previous Jawa accessories, it has a sideways peg but the only peghole found on the Jawa is being used for the ion gun's power pack. So, what exactly is this accessory representing, and where does it fit on the Jawa? Or is it supposed to attach to the WED Droid instead?
    16. - Without any collector/fan website input, what would Hasbro's Star Wars product offering look like? The fans, kids, collectors, etc. obviously have some influence, but from your perspective, how much? In light of the Organas, Yarna, Moff Jerjerrod, the Sarlacc set, and Lars Homestead set all shelfwarming, would Hasbro make those sorts of things if you didn't have a vocal collector base constantly nagging you in Q&A which obviously influence stuff like Yarna and the Spacetrooper and Willrow Hood? Is the collector base being more of a squeaky wheel getting too much grease, and if you weren't hearing that squeaking, what would the line be like?
    17. - Last time we asked about Titanium Series capital ships, the 3 examples we used got blasted out of the sky. But there are popular capital ships, from the Acclamator (which you already said no about) to the Malevolence to the Rebel Medical Frigate to the Interdictor, and more, which are deserving of Titanium Series releases, many of which are recognizable to a general audience and have no other toy outlets. With Titanium Series now facing a finite and already set-in-stone future, are there new capital ships planned for release in the line? If not, what was the thinking behind not choosing them?
    18. - Although Titanium Series has done an ok job releasing vehicles from the Clone Wars, there's only been a loose smattering despite the series' meteoric rise in popularity. Still to be made from the Clone Wars includes the Tri-Droid, Pirate Tank, the Malevolence, the Trident, Pod Hunter/Separatist Boarding Ship, Escape Pod, Hyena Bomber Droid, Weequay pirate saucers, CK-6 Freeco swoop bike, as well as existing movie vehicles not yet done as Titaniums which are in the Clone Wars, like the STAP, Acclamator, Munificent-class Banking Clan Frigate, Padme's Naboo H-type Yacht, and LAAT/c carrier. So the Clone Wars is already a rich source of material that has only been somewhat mined in Titaniums. Are there any more Clone Wars vehicles due out before the line's end (beside the Y-wing which we already know about)? Why wasn't there a greater focus on Clone Wars vehicles in the line when it was becoming apparent the line was facing doom?
    19. - Hasbro has confirmed that the 2009 Return of the Jedi assortment will include a new sculpt of Malakili, the Rancor Keeper. Given that virtually nobody was asking for a revisited Malakili, and that the '97 figure is one of the biggest pegwarmers of all time, certainly the most notorious one, why did you choose him over so many seemingly more deserving (and requested) Return of the Jedi characters? If there was a Hasbro desire to revisit him, wouldn't it have made far more sense to include him with the Target exclusive Rancor instead? With figures like Bane Malar, Breha Organa, and other not-really-thought-about collector-focused figures being released to less-than-enthusiastic sales, isn't Malakili an even bigger risk? Will there be a conscious effort to limit this figure's production and/or release rate to stem pegwarming concerns? Could you explain to collectors what the thinking was behind this release?
    20. - With the drop in sales of the Legacy Collection, might it be time to rethink the stance on realistic versions of the Clone Wars characters? We know you have said many times "no plans for that", but the original Clone Wars animated line couldn't survive at market with a realistic-styled version out as well, it just seems like 1 popular figure line is always destined to cannibalize the other line's sales. Having realistic-styled CW figs would slow the hemorrhaging of casual collectors away from the core brand, unifying some of the fractured collector community. It also allows interactivity between the lines for the more fickle kids and collectors. So while Hasbro has no plans currently in place for the format change, might Hasbro ask Lucasfilm to rethink their stance for the protection of the realistic line, perhaps at least a single figure exclusive to gauge support for that realistic CW format?
    21. - What was the decision making process behind creating a Jabba the Hutt animated figure instead of a Ziro the Hutt figure? Ziro has appeared in the Clone Wars series more than Jabba so far, and his animated behavior fits the Clone Wars animated series better than Jabba. Was it merely the character recognizability of Jabba, or the fact that you had existing accessories for him, or was the idea of an evil Truman Capote Hutt just too out there for ya?
    22. - A recent disassembly of your Titanium Series V-19 Starfighter led to the surprising discovery of a detailed cockpit underneath the opaque yellow canopy. Why was this item released with the opaque canopy rather than a transparent one which would have shown off the detailing underneath? You guys are paying to design, sculpt, and tool up that interior, so why hide it? Will this be addressed in some sort of re-release before the line's end?
    23. - Now that we're starting to see pictures of actual samples of the new basic figure packaging, it begs the question: what is the thinking behind the significant amount of blank white area behind the figures? It basically looks like a nearly empty bubble that one would see in lesser products, such as last year's Star Wars figure keychains from another company. Especially considering the figures' new pricepoint of $8, doesn't it seem like a particularly poor idea to use packaging that minimizes the visual impact of the amount of product inside the packaging?

    Vote now, and suggest new questions too. Thanks for participating!

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    [FONT=Arial]A new question:[/FONT]
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    [FONT=Arial]Your recent Jawa and WED Treadwell Droid figures make a superb set, which is one of the highlights of the Legacy Collection so far. Among all the cool accessories is a small tin can-like piece. There has been much speculation as to what this actually is, with guesses including a droid caller, a restraining bolt and an ion power charge cell. Please can you clarify once and for all exactly what this piece is. Also, could you tell us where it's supposed to go? It doesn't seem to fit in the jawa's hand, and the small peg on the side suggests it should plug in somewhere, but the only hole seems to be on the bandolier, and is already taken up by the power pack. Is there somewhere else on the figure, or maybe on the droid, where it's supposed to fit? Or is it destined to be one of those fiddly little accessories that gets lost in the carpet because there's no place to secure it?[/FONT]
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    New question:

    In a recent Q&A, you mentioned on a few different sites the fact that the collector base has not been as strong since last fall and that the Legacy Collection products were not selling as well as you had hoped. It does seem that there is a great deal of slightly older TLC product still in stores, such as Sarlacc sets, Yarna, the Organas, and the cantina aliens. Do you really think that this is completely the collectors' faults, or are you willing to agree that perhaps you overestimated the demand for such items? We know you don't release specific production numbers, but after the legendary pegwarming of figures like Malakili, the Neimoidian Warrior, Lushros Dofine, and Moff Jerjerrod, don't you have a sort of "magic number" as to how many of these figures to produce so this won't happen again? Apart from the repurposing of the Force Unleashed figures you already mentioned, how will we see this reflected in the future of the line?

    It might be too harsh, but I want to get the point across that they can't expect to keep shipping those collector-oriented figures or subpar Sarlacc sets and blame it all on us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. JabbaJohnL View Post
    New question:

    In a recent Q&A, you mentioned on a few different sites the fact that the collector base has not been as strong since last fall and that the Legacy Collection products were not selling as well as you had hoped. It does seem that there is a great deal of slightly older TLC product still in stores, such as Sarlacc sets, Yarna, the Organas, and the cantina aliens. Do you really think that this is completely the collectors' faults, or are you willing to agree that perhaps you overestimated the demand for such items? We know you don't release specific production numbers, but after the legendary pegwarming of figures like Malakili, the Neimoidian Warrior, Lushros Dofine, and Moff Jerjerrod, don't you have a sort of "magic number" as to how many of these figures to produce so this won't happen again? Apart from the repurposing of the Force Unleashed figures you already mentioned, how will we see this reflected in the future of the line?

    It might be too harsh, but I want to get the point across that they can't expect to keep shipping those collector-oriented figures or subpar Sarlacc sets and blame it all on us.
    They might have answered some of that question here:
    http://www.jedidefender.com/newspro/...39605581,90057,

    1) Times are hard all over... Lots of layoffs, people are cutting back spending all around, and that leads me to this question; Do the folks at Hasbro think increases in prices with toys are going to greatly affect the future plans of the Star Wars line? It seems like the line in general has increased in price from the basic figures, to the battlepacks, vehicles and more... This certainly has impacted what I spend. Where I used to buy 2 of almost every figure (usually to have some for customizing) or more, I've certainly had to cut back. Are there any fears the line could take a "hit" from the inevitable cutting back many people are doing with their spending combined with price increases and whatnot?

    H: It is not the price increase, but the overall economic situation that has affected some collectors that has also caused us to take some corrective measures which we'll get to in a minute. Overall, Star Wars sales are red hot, and basic figures, Starfighter Vehicles and Battle Packs in particular are all more popular than ever. However, this seems to be because of very strong kid demand for Star Wars, especially anything relating to Clone Wars. We have indeed seen an effect on the more collector-targeted figures and sets, like Evolutions and even Droid Factory basic figures, which have slowed down significantly since last year and we have lost some of the more casual collectors, retaining a loyal "core." Going forward, we are going to be more cautious about the breadth and depth of the 100%-collector-targeted figures that we put into the lineup, since the economic health of the collector base is tied directly to our success with these types of figures. Collectors are still a very important focus for us and we will still be developing new and re-sculpts figures that fill the collector need, but the prudent course for the long-term health of the brand is make sure that we do not produce
    too many overall, or over-release these tertiary figures. This means that some releases may be scaled back, and supply kept shorter than in the past for some things. We will continue to look for ways to bring out new and interesting figures in other ways (such as the numerous exciting figure-based exclusives coming this year and in 2010). One outcome of the current collector situation is that we are going to take the announced Spring 2010 wave of The Force Unleashed figures out of the basic figure lineup, and move them over to the exclusives plan.

    I have a new question:

    In a recent Q&A you said that you had no current plans to release a 1000th Star Wars figure, in the same vein as the 300th Boba Fett or the 500th Darth Vader, and by the time you got around to it we would probably already have passed the 1000 figure milestone. So, in that case, how about a figure commemorating a number with more of a Star Wars feel to it? For instance, could we instead get the 1138th or 1977th Star Wars figure?
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    Yeah, the JediDefender question pretty much hit on everything I wanted to know. It's almost the opposite of what you'd expect to be happening at this point - the fact that kids are buying way more than collectors is interesting. I'll be fine with them retooling some things and producing more exclusives, just so long as we're still getting good product. It's also pretty good to know that they're not blaming collectors as much as I initially thought they were.
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    Dear Hasbro,

    In light of the Titanium Series going on hiatus due to a lack of sales, why did Hasbro persisted with obscure vehicles to take up new mold slots? In the September 5th 2008 Q&A you stated that you were trying to get 'more newer (and often niche) vehicles into the lineup'. We now know that some of these vehicles, including the upcoming Punishing 1 and Mist Hunter are incredibly obscure, having appeared in none of the films or TV series and not even in most of the EU.

    If the Titanium line was doing so poorly, why did Hasbro persist in going for the obscure, even to Star Wars fans, rather than vehicles with mass-market appeal such as the Acclamator/Republic Assault Ship; Muunificent/Banking Clan Frigate; Geonosian Fighter etc which have extremely strong exposure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Windu View Post
    Dear Hasbro,

    In light of the Titanium Series going on hiatus due to a lack of sales, why did Hasbro persisted with obscure vehicles to take up new mold slots? In the September 5th 2008 Q&A you stated that you were trying to get 'more newer (and often niche) vehicles into the lineup'. We now know that some of these vehicles, including the upcoming Punishing 1 and Mist Hunter are incredibly obscure, having appeared in none of the films or TV series and not even in most of the EU.

    If the Titanium line was doing so poorly, why did Hasbro persist in going for the obscure, even to Star Wars fans, rather than vehicles with mass-market appeal such as the Acclamator/Republic Assault Ship; Muunificent/Banking Clan Frigate; Geonosian Fighter etc which have extremely strong exposure?
    Probably because they didn't know the line was tanking when they made those molds? The molds would have been made a year or so ahead of time, when they probably thought the line was doing well.

    I just think "Why did you make poor business decisions?" questions aren't going to be answered. Or you're going to get the answer I just gave.

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    No. Businesses aren't, generally speaking, stupid. They would have known for quite a while now that the Titanium Series wasn't doing too well, it won't have been a snap case of

    Hasbro Executive 1: oh hey, I went to my local Walmart today and the Titaniums aren't selling
    Hasbro Executive 2: Oh, too bad, lets cancel the line

    I mean really, that's not how they do business. They've known for a while that the line wasn't selling too well - hell, they stated that the line didn't even START as well as they wanted, and they've been focusing on obscure ships. It's a legitimate question.

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    Questions 13 - 15 added.

    #13 and 14 are mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by sebillba View Post
    [FONT=Arial]A new question:[/FONT]

    [FONT=Arial]Your recent Jawa and WED Treadwell Droid figures make a superb set, which is one of the highlights of the Legacy Collection so far. Among all the cool accessories is a small tin can-like piece. There has been much speculation as to what this actually is, with guesses including a droid caller, a restraining bolt and an ion power charge cell. Please can you clarify once and for all exactly what this piece is. Also, could you tell us where it's supposed to go? It doesn't seem to fit in the jawa's hand, and the small peg on the side suggests it should plug in somewhere, but the only hole seems to be on the bandolier, and is already taken up by the power pack. Is there somewhere else on the figure, or maybe on the droid, where it's supposed to fit? Or is it destined to be one of those fiddly little accessories that gets lost in the carpet because there's no place to secure it?[/FONT]
    Rebelscum just posted a pic of it on the bandolier in the hole where the power pack goes: http://www.rebelscum.com/photo.asp?i...a/TLC-1705.jpg
    It's a good argument for the use, the pack already having a strap. But I'll ask this one with a little rewording because we're all curious as to what it is. Question added, vote counted.


    Quote Originally Posted by bigbarada View Post
    I have a new question:

    In a recent Q&A you said that you had no current plans to release a 1000th Star Wars figure, in the same vein as the 300th Boba Fett or the 500th Darth Vader, and by the time you got around to it we would probably already have passed the 1000 figure milestone. So, in that case, how about a figure commemorating a number with more of a Star Wars feel to it? For instance, could we instead get the 1138th or 1977th Star Wars figure?
    I think their answer has made it plain they don't want to count figures anymore.


    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Windu View Post
    Dear Hasbro,

    In light of the Titanium Series going on hiatus due to a lack of sales, why did Hasbro persisted with obscure vehicles to take up new mold slots? In the September 5th 2008 Q&A you stated that you were trying to get 'more newer (and often niche) vehicles into the lineup'. We now know that some of these vehicles, including the upcoming Punishing 1 and Mist Hunter are incredibly obscure, having appeared in none of the films or TV series and not even in most of the EU.

    If the Titanium line was doing so poorly, why did Hasbro persist in going for the obscure, even to Star Wars fans, rather than vehicles with mass-market appeal such as the Acclamator/Republic Assault Ship; Muunificent/Banking Clan Frigate; Geonosian Fighter etc which have extremely strong exposure?
    Really, you think those capital ships or the Geonosian Fighter have mass appeal? I don't really want to bicker over the last few new tools of the line, but the reality is that Punishing One and the Mist Hunter (both lame designs) are not going to change the focus of the line, they are just 2 entries that would otherwise never get made, whereas the others at least are in the WOTC line. Titaniums are running out of gas, they've done almost everything, and we have no idea if the Geonosian Fighter will be released or not. Hasbro's stated time and time again that they don't want to focus too much on any 1 theme, so they don't want all hero vehicles or all Trade Fed vehicles at 1 time, it's the same here, they're mixing it up. LMK if I'm missing the point, but I just don't see any answer building upon what we already know, even if it does address those specifics.
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  10. #10
    IMO, we can't really ask why they're making the bounty hunter ships and not something else, because we don't actually know all the vehicles they have planned for release towards the end of the line. At least as far as I recall they haven't been revealed?
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