We've published a list which goes with our Toy Run podcast episode #132, where we talked about the 13 bloodiest and most battle damaged Star Wars figures from the past 40 years. So check out this fun list, click on the image and let us know if we've missed any figures!
Our friends over at FanthaTracks.com are covering MCM London Comic Con in detail and they published the first images of what Star Wars Resistance 3 3/4" action figures are going to look like in their packaging. We also get a good look at IG-88 and Luke Skywalker (X-Wing Pilot) from Hasbro's The Black Series Archive line for 2019.
We expect two new reveals on Sunday during Hasbro's panel, one for The Black Series 6" line and one for the 3 3/4" The Vintage Collection. We'll post the press images once we get them so stay tuned to J.B. for all the info, and make sure to follow our friends at FanthaTracks.com on social media!
Hasbro has sent press images to media outlets of their newly announced Black Series 6" Padme Amidala and the 3 3/4" Vintage Collection Chewbacca. Both figures will be available in Spring 2019, they are part of the main lines and not exclusives.
Toy Run listener Andy W. Kwan was at Bandai's Tamashii Nations event, which is taking place this weekend in Tokyo, Japan, and shared some images with us (thanks Andy!). Tamashii Nations displays never disappoint, have a look below for some impressions:
During Paris Comic Con 2018 Hasbro announced two new figures coming! Look for Padme Amidala from Attack Of The Clones in the Black Series 6" line and Chewbacca in the 3 3/4" The Vintage Collection in 2019!
Pic credits to renaudramone on Instagram!
Toy Run Episode 132 features the top 13 bloodiest and most battle damaged Star Wars action figures released in the 3 3/4" line over the past 40 years. Criz Bee and Jake Stevens listen to the T.R. Nation voice mails left and they talk about all the news from the past week. Later in the show Tom Berges from IGrewUpStarWars.com stops by to share some stories about Skywalker Ranch and a fun trip he took down to California. Listen now (it's free!) and subscribe on your favorite podcast app including iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Podbean, Stitcher and more!