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Old 02-15-2018, 12:00 AM   #1
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Didn't see anyone posting about this, and despite my not being all that impressed, I thought I'd share what I saw. Here are most of the 3.75 inch figures:





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Didn't see anyone posting about this, and despite my not being all that impressed, I thought I'd share what I saw. Here are most of the 3.75 inch figures:
But where's LANDO?!?!?!?!
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These are re-packs but now have Force Link capabilities:





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Old 02-15-2018, 12:11 AM   #4
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I think this new Millennium Falcon, as a toy, leaves a TON to be desired:







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Old 02-15-2018, 12:18 AM   #5
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Finally, we get a young Lando in the larger Star Wars Black figure line. That Rangetrooper is fantastic:







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Old 02-15-2018, 12:23 AM   #6
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Gotta say, I'm LOVING the Lego Lando...



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Old 02-15-2018, 12:46 AM   #7
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Did... did they purposely try to mash the Harrison and Alden sculpt to make him look more like a young Harrison? He doesn't look like Alden at all.
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That Lego Millennium Falcon looks way off from prior models. I get the scaling down but the front pointy parts are now merged. Same ship? Iím trying not to read/view too much into this. Donít want spoilers. Also whoís the female figure?
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That Lego Millennium Falcon looks way off from prior models. I get the scaling down but the front pointy parts are now merged. Same ship? Iím trying not to read/view too much into this. Donít want spoilers. Also whoís the female figure?
They're calling it the "Kessel Run" Millennium Falcon for the Solo movie. Not spoilers since it was mentioned in the other films, but with this being the young Solo, you could guess that the ship may not be his in the whole film...and Ford's Solo has mentioned modifications, so perhaps this is what it looked like before he became the owner.
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I think this new Millennium Falcon, as a toy, leaves a TON to be desired:





What a piece of absolute crap.

And, from what I've read, it's going to retail for $100.

Too expensive for kids, and no adult collector with an ounce of dignity would want that thing in their collection.

Hasbro's Star Wars toys have taken a huge nosedive since the Disney acquisition of Lucasfilm. The vehicles have all been cheaply made, under-sized garbage sold at premium prices.

It's not surprising that stores still have unsold stock from TFA and RO collecting dust on their shelves.

The sculpts on those 3.75" figures aren't bad, but they're only 5POA.
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Years ago I could of had a Hasbro Big Millennium Falcon for $60 on clearance, but I walked away thinking I'd go back and pick it up later that day. When I returned, I searched everywhere hoping they just moved it, but it was gone.

I think they go for about $800 on Amazon now.
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Holy crap! I have a falcon from the vintage collection out in my garage. It's missing pieces, because I got it as a kid and played with it all the time. I can't believe how terrible the new one is.

I'll stick with a lego falcon.
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To me, 5POA are fine. It's what I grew up with, and if it brings the figures down to a more reasonable price, I'm all for it. I'd pay $7 for the 3.75 TLJ figures in a heartbeat. But considering I just bought some of the 6-inch figs for $5, I'm gonna hang back a bit.
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That trooper is fantastic. That ship is way too small. Ugh!
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To me, 5POA are fine. It's what I grew up with, and if it brings the figures down to a more reasonable price, I'm all for it. I'd pay $7 for the 3.75 TLJ figures in a heartbeat. But considering I just bought some of the 6-inch figs for $5, I'm gonna hang back a bit.
I'm not really a toy collector, but from what I gather, the toy collectors hate 5POA figures. (I'll pick up the occasional 6" figure that interests me, though.)
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What a piece of absolute crap.

And, from what I've read, it's going to retail for $100.

Too expensive for kids, and no adult collector with an ounce of dignity would want that thing in their collection.

Hasbro's Star Wars toys have taken a huge nosedive since the Disney acquisition of Lucasfilm. The vehicles have all been cheaply made, under-sized garbage sold at premium prices.

It's not surprising that stores still have unsold stock from TFA and RO collecting dust on their shelves.

The sculpts on those 3.75" figures aren't bad, but they're only 5POA.
Totally crap-tastic, right? From the shots it looks like you can't even stand a figure UP inside it? WTF is that about? How as a toy line, do you get worse than what has come before, yet charge more $$$?

I actually WISH I could find stores with product on the shelves...nothing in the area around me (Philly/NJ) has ANYTHING and I'm always buying for my boy via online. But hand-in-hand, without finding geek-checklists online, how in the world are you to even know WHAT is out? There are no catalogues like what used to come with vehicles. There are no figure checklists on the back of packages...It is almost like Disney is doing what they can to NOT sell the most possible. I don't get it.
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The cards for the Solo movie figure line seems like just another spin on what they've been doing. Not really all that interesting to me...



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I'm not really a toy collector, but from what I gather, the toy collectors hate 5POA figures. (I'll pick up the occasional 6" figure that interests me, though.)
I think we're getting more PoA with the new Vintage line-up.


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