Disney Star Wars Exclusive Collectible Figures 6-Pack A New Hope [Han, Luke, Leia, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan & Darth Vader]

Disney Star Wars Exclusive Collectible Figures 6-Pack A New Hope [Han, Luke, Leia, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan & Darth Vader]

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  • Disney Star Wars Figure Set

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Sideshow Collectibles Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope Luke Skywalker: Red 5 X-wing Pilot

“You’re all clear, kid! Now let’s blow this thing and go home!”

Sideshow Collectibles is proud to present the Luke Skywalker: Red Five X-wing Pilot Sixth Scale Figure from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Proving himself one of the best hotshot X-wing pilots in the galaxy at the Battle of Yavin, Luke Skywalker has come a long way since bulls-eyeing womp rats on his home planet of Tatooine. Featuring a remarkable portrait of Mark Hamill as the Rebel hero, Luke is ready to go full throttle in his authentically recreated flight suit and harness, removable helmet, visor and comlink. From the Death Star to the Dagobah System, Red Five is standing by to set course and bring a new hope to the Rebel Alliance. May the Force be with him!

Sideshow Collectibles Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope 1/6 scale Luke Skywalker: Red Five X-wing Pilot 12-inch figure will come with: Newly Designed and Fully Articulated Light Body, Highly Detailed Luke Skywalker Portrait, Helmet with Visor and Comlink, Detailed Flight Pressurized G-Suit, Flak Vest, Life Support Unit with Chest Pack Straps, Gear Harness with Belt Flares, Data Cylinders, Right and Left Relaxed Flight Gloved Hands, Right and Left Flight Gloved Fists, Right Force Gesture Flight Gloved Hand, Right and Left Flight Boots, Signal Flares, Support Stand with Yavin Base Flight Deck Graphic. Sideshow Exclusive: Right and Left Ungloved Hands with Bunched Flight Gloves for ‘Pre / Post Flight’ Display Option

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Sideshow Exclusive: Right and Left Ungloved Hands with Bunched Flight Gloves for ‘Pre / Post Flight’ Display Option

Related posts:
July 4, 2008 – My Star Wars Collection – updated (includes Luke in X-Wing pilot gear) posted on my toy blog HERE
January 1, 2010 – 2009 Top Ten Fave Toys Countdown 3: Darth Vader and Storm Troopers. Check them out HERE
April 26, 2011 – X is for X-wing Starfighter (pictures HERE)
November 8, 2011 – Random Pic: Star Wars 1/6 scale Bounty Hunters posted HERE

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Hot Toys MMS261 Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope 1/6th Han Solo 12" Collectible Figure

“Here’s where the fun begins.” – Han Solo

Hot Toys has always been a big fan of the iconic Star Wars saga and we are thrilled to have acquired the official right to manufacture collectibles from the Star Wars universe this year!

We will bring fans a large range of high-end collectibles with movie-accurate details and stunning likeness! To kick off this incredible series, Hot Toys is very excited to introduce the 1/6th scale collectible figure of the infamous smuggler, Han Solo, from Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope!

The movie-accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Harrison Ford as Han Solo in the film and features a newly developed body, highly detailed costume, weapons, accessories, and a specially designed figure stand.
A special edition that is available for selected markets will include an additional Stormtrooper belt and blaster rifle which Han Solo has used on Death Star.

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Hot Toys MMS261 Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope 1/6th scale Han Solo Collectible Figure specially features: Authentic and detailed likeness of Harrison Ford as Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope with Movie-accurate facial expression with detailed wrinkles and skin texture plus nterchangeable hair sculpture with headset. Approximately 30 cm tallNewly developed body with over 30 points of articulations. Ten (10) pieces of interchangeable palms including: One (1) pair of relaxed palms, One (1) pair of gloved relaxed palms, One (1) pair of partially clenched gloved palms, One (1) right palm for holding blaster, One (1) left palm for supporting blaster, One (1) right gloved palm for holding blaster, One (1) left gloved palm for supporting blaster. Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted
Costume: One (1) off-white V-neck top, One (1) black vest, One (1) brown belt, One (1) brown leather blaster holster belt, One (1) pair of navy pants with red patterns, One (1) pair of black leather boots
Weapon: One (1) blaster pistol
Accessories: One (1) droid caller, Specially designed figure stand with Han Solo nameplate and movie logo
Special Edition – Bonus Accessories (for selected markets only): One (1) Stormtrooper belt, One (1) blaster rifle

Artists: Head Sculpted by Kojun, Head Painted by JC. Hong & E-Lee, Head Art Directed by JC. Hong, Body Sculpted by Kojun, Mina Yu & Hyeong Seok Koh, Costume Designed by Hai Lim

Release date: Q1 – Q2, 2015

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First 4 Figures announces Mega Man, we hope it’s a proto man

First 4 Figures has had a pretty good track record with their pieces. Digging into the golden days of gaming, they’ve brought out some great statues from Metroid, Zelda, and Sonic franchises. They’ve now stepped into the year 20XX with their first piece from Mega Man. Judging from their first prototype and the work that they’ve done before, maybe they need to step back into the lab again.

There’s a lot going right with this figure and just one thing really wrong with it. The base is taken from Mega Man 2, and with the limited version having LEDs installed in it. It’s a pose you would welcome in a Mega Man piece, but there’s just one thing staring at you: the face. Looking at it, the face just feels terribly off. It’s not original box art bad, it just doesn’t seem right. The lines under the eyes and the smirk are kind of off-putting. I want to like this, especially the limited version, but the eyes just don’t have it.

Perhaps they’ll fix this up and get things right. They’re certainly capable of doing so. They have until its release date sometime in spring of 2015. If you do find things acceptable in the future, the regular edition will run you $199.99 while the limited edition of 425 will cost $229.99. 

[Pre-Order First 4 Figures Mega Man: Regular | Limited]

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