Star Wars: Celebration III Program Guide
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Posted by Jeremy on July 20, 2017 at 06:24 AM CST | Forums
With so much attention being laundered on superheroes and Ninjago, LEGO has finally revealed their Star Wars contribution for San Diego Comic-Con. Sadly it's not going to fit into anyone's suitcase because this plus 36 thousand brick model of Luke Skywalker is life-sized and weights an estimated 110 lbs (50 kg). Inspired by his iconic costume and stance in The Force Awakens this build will deliver the exact same glowering performance as its live action, on-screen counterpart. Close your eyes, breathe and click on the thumbnail - what do you see? Star tuned to Rebelscum over the weekend as we roll out our realtime SDCC coverage.
Posted by D_Martin on July 19, 2017 at 06:47 PM CST | Forums
Preparing to wow the Preview Night crowd, Hasbro had a massive 40th Anniversary 6-inch display that accurately depicted many key scenes from A New Hope, none of the components are designed for sale (same goes for the compactor Luke at this time...). For new items on display, they had out the redone The Black Series Hera Syndulla 6-inch figure, the SDCC exclusives, the Hero Series Yoda, the Universe Han Solo VS Boba Fett 3.75-inch two pack, and the Ahsoka Tano Forces Of Destiny doll.
Posted by Jeremy on July 18, 2017 at 03:32 PM CST | Forums
Either someone is getting carried away or LEGO is laying down breadcrumbs. What am I talking about? Click through to find out.
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Posted by Jay on July 18, 2017 at 12:01 PM CST | Forums
Marvel has sent out solicitations for their October 2017 titles, including 7 Star Wars comics and 8 trade paperbacks! Check out the advance solicitation list after the jump.
Posted by D_Martin on July 18, 2017 at 10:14 AM CST | Forums
From now until July 23rd, collectors ordering ANOVOS' Rogue One General Merrick Blue Squadron Helmet can receive 10% off by using the MERRICK discount code. This helmet is shipping throughout the summer months, so don't miss out! Follow the link above to secure yours now!
Posted by Adam on July 18, 2017 at 09:53 AM CST | Forums
Images have surfaced on JediInsider of Rey (Jedi Training) and Luke Skywalker (Jedi Master) 6-inch figures from Hasbro's The Black Series. Although no official announcement has been made, these are rumored to be exclusives at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. More details when we get them.
Posted by Jeremy on July 18, 2017 at 03:00 AM CST | Forums
Official LEGO artist Dan Veesenmeyer has added a second Star Wars print to his exclusive offerings. Click the thumbnail above for a look-see, and if it grabs your attention save some time in your day to visit him at his table (#EE-21) in Artist's Alley. Smoocheys to Matty-Boombatty for the heads up.
Posted by Vincent on July 17, 2017 at 10:39 AM CST | Forums
The fifth Disney D23 Expo took place at the Anaheim Convention Center July 14-16, 2017 in Anaheim, CA. and celebrated all things Disney, including virtually every aspect of each of Disney's entertainment brands and properties the world over. The weekend selected for the Expo is worthy of mention, since it is only one weekend before the behemoth known as San Diego Comic-Con.
Posted by D_Martin on July 17, 2017 at 04:22 AM CST | Forums
Click the thumbnail above to have a closer look at the newly released teaser image of Hot Toys' upcoming 1/6 scale Grand Moff Tarkin collectible figure. Expect to see images here on Wednesday of this figure on display at San Diego Comic-Con!
Posted by Jeremy on July 17, 2017 at 03:22 AM CST | Forums
You'll have noticed that a lot of the coverage on the leaked The Last Jedi sets is starting to get pulled down. While there are some hold outs and others, despite it being nearly a week, haven't even been contacted by the company with four letters in its name it is still pretty easy to find these images. Highlighting how ridiculous it is that certain sites are being targeted while others are being ignored is this blog post by fellow AFOL and Star Wars fan Gilles Paul Tassarb. He has found a notable way of circumventing the confidential nature of the sets by pointing out that Chinese bootlegger LEPIN has already copied them and is currently distributing them via aliexpress.com. Rebelscum is in no way encouraging the sale of counterfeit licensed Star Wars merch though. So just look.

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