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Posted by Jeremy on July 24, 2017 at 05:31 PM CST | Forums
While LEGO isn't accepting any more Ideas proposals for any of IPs that they have already licensed, we wanted to highlight this Cloud City play set, built at MicroFighter-scale because it is so inventive. Unlike many Ideas pitches this hasn't been mocked up with a CAD package but is actual (ABS) bricks and mortar. And while it is compact and bijou - the set includes all the iconic Cloud City locations - it uses space well and circles around the gantry where Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader had their famous father and son face off. If you'd like to see that scene produced check out I Am Your Father which needs less than 400 votes to make it to the final LEGO review panel.
Posted by Chad on July 23, 2017 at 06:19 PM CST | Forums
We have had multiple reports of the Forces Of Destiny dolls being found at retail. Rebelscum reader Todd attempted to buy the the Leia and R2-D2 pack at his local Toys "R" Us but was denied at the register. They apparently have a street date of October 1st. This may just be an error on the stores part as these are supposed to be available now as per Hasbro. Let us know what you find at your store and if you have any difficulty purchasing them.
Posted by Jeremy on July 23, 2017 at 10:26 AM CST | Forums
The final cover for the upcoming Ultimate LEGO Star Wars Official reference book has been released and word "ultimate" with a picture of the Millennium Falcon is sure to get people clicking, so hit the image above for an exclusive Rebelscum hi-res reveal! This complete and unrivalled encyclopedia of the entire Star Wars theme from LEGO combines and updates the visual dictionary and the minifig encyclopedia, comes with exclusive high quality prints of never seen before behind-the-scenes photos and with all the The Last Jedi and the other set coming out in 2017 it will actually be 100% current when it is released on October 3rd. You can pre-order your copy today at Amazon for $40 or Amazon UK for 35. Keep an eye on Rebelscum for a sneak peak of the insides and an advance review of this title.
Posted by Chad on July 23, 2017 at 12:02 AM CST | Forums
Rebelscum reader William M. has let us know that he found the newly released Forces of Destiny dolls at his local Toys "R" Us in Garland Texas. Head to your local store if you are looking to add something different to your collection!
Posted by D_Martin on July 22, 2017 at 11:06 PM CST | Forums
Sideshow Collectibles had many Star Wars items on display in their 2017 San Diego Comic-Con booth, but of them all, we were most impressed with the Sixth Scale Mythos Obi-Wan Kenobi figure they added to the display after the Collecting Update panel.
Posted by Nick on July 22, 2017 at 05:10 PM CST | Forums
We had the chance to check out some great new upcoming products from several manufacturers including Nixon, Gentle Giant ltd., Sideshow Collectibles, Kotobukiya, Bandai, EFX Collectibles, and ANOVOS. Click the images above for our photo gallery and the title for the full story....
Posted by D_Martin on July 21, 2017 at 08:56 PM CST | Forums
Following their Star Wars panel, the team at Hasbro went to work adding new figures to both their display shelves and diorama. Click the thumbnail above to have a closer look!
Posted by Nick on July 21, 2017 at 07:37 PM CST | Forums
Hasbro had some excellent surprises in store for panel attendees and some hints on what is forthcoming. Click on the thumbnails above to see the images and follow through to get the full story.
Posted by Chad on July 21, 2017 at 06:39 PM CST | Forums
New images of a brand new The Last Jedi vehicle Resistance Ski Speeder have been posted at Smyth Toys. The new vehicle as seen in the trailer includes a Poe Dameron figure. The listing has since been removed but click the the thumbnails above for a closer look at this awesome looking new vehicle coming for the 3.75-inch line! Click through for a full product description and info on the new interactive Force Link gear that will be a part of the new products coming this fall.
Posted by Jeremy on July 21, 2017 at 05:24 PM CST | Forums
The latest issue of the German language version of the LEGO Star Wars Magazine is out now with a foil bagged Snowtrooper minifig, which is the same as the one that came with Scholastic's atThe Official Stormtrooper Training Manual just without the kama, attached to the front. For a closer look at the magazine hop over to starwars-media.de where they have dissected a review copy.
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