Posted by Mark on February 18, 2005 at 02:52 PM CST
There's really not a whole lot you can say about a figure that successfully combines super articulation and an action feature. Hasbro's ROTS Clone Trooper III-06, is about as good as it gets, only missing on one point (the waist), and still offering a high level of detail. The changeable shoulder pad is a nice touch, as is including both large rifle and smaller blaster. As noticed on the packaging for the new ROTS Republic Gunship, it appears this figure will also come in a battle worn version, most likely filtered in with later assortments.


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