Posted by D. Martin on February 21, 2019 at 01:20 AM CST
A recurring theme we heard while making our way through the Javitz Center in New York City covering the 2019 International Toy Fair was that companies holding the Star Wars license had nothing to show in accordance to the embargo placed on Episode IX themed products. Funko was one of these companies, but unlike others, they made sure to display collectibles from a galaxy far, far away in their showroom to keep Star Wars in the conversation. Follow this link to have a closer look on what they had on display!
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At the start of September Brickset, the Rebelscum of the LEGO collecting community, canvassed their readers to find out what should the next Ultimate Collector Series, or Master Builder Series, set be. Their answers, which came in thick and fast, were collated and the top fifteen suggestions were polled and Rebelscum gets the duty finding out what you would like to see as the next original Ultimate Collector Series set. Pick your favourite from the options below!
AT-AT Walker
Jedi Temple on Coruscant
A-wing Interceptor
Mos Eisley Cantina
Venator-class Star Destroyer
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