I think the last time I looked at Star Wars 3 3/4″ figures was way back for Force Friday II before The Last Jedi came out. Hell, I didn’t even sneak in the Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda figures that trickled out a month after in any feature.
Imagine a world where fan favourite R2-D2 had an evil sibling or relative that worked for the Empire. OK, that’s probably not the story the creators of Star Wars had in mind when creating R2-Q5 but it’s fun to imagine.
I previously looked at the Gamestop/EB Games R5-D4 and Star Wars Celebration Exclusive X-Wing Pilot Luke and was awaiting the first wave of these figures to come in from Wes over at Silver Screen Toys & Collectibles and they did about a week and a half ago!
Over a year after being released in January, 2016, one of the other famous (for all the wrong reasons) Star Wars droids arrived in my collection: the R5-D4 sixth scale figure from Sideshow Collectibles!
After Boba Fett (who I haven’t reviewed yet – he’ll be the next Sideshow figure I’ll be reviewing/putting a video up of), R2-D2 was the next figure I purchased from Sideshow Collectibles. For those who don’t want to read, there’s a video at the end of the article.
What a way to start the week! Hot Toys’ newest figure, Princess Leia, has arrived and my anticipation level was red hot for this! The prototype pictures made my jaw drop. I didn’t order it in time to get the exclusive, but I wasn’t bothered because it wasn’t clear what the exclusive piece was if […]
The Sideshow Toys/Hot Toys Star Wars figure collector bug hit me last year. Going back and finding older figures is sometimes hard and somewhat pricey. Keeping up with the new releases is also very expensive.