Posted by D_Martin on April 15, 2013 at 11:51 AM CST
Considering the distribution of the last wave of 2012 and first wave of 2013 Movie Heroes collection many American collectors won't be too excited to find out the the Light Up Sandtrooper has a very significant variation. The 2012 version, which only showed up in Europe, features black dashes and white details on the mouth of the helmet, a partially painted crotch and grey details on the backpack while the 2013 version, which saw mass distribution outside the U.S., has blue dashes, a black mouth, fully painted crotch and blue details on the backpack. At this point we only know of the variations showing up this way but it may be safe to assume there is a chance that they may have been packed in both the Maul and Yoda packaging. Click the thumbnails above for a closer look and stay tuned for all the figures in both waves to be added to our Photo Archive very soon.
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