Posted by Chris on July 26, 2011 at 06:39 AM CST
San Diego Comic Con has come and gone and there's much to discuss. For the first time ever, the Collector's Edition and the Jedi Journals duos Come Together" to bring you the 2011 SDCC Wrap Up show! Join Dan, James, Chris and Jay as they recap all the latest announcements from ACME Archives, Attakus, Dark Horse, Del Rey, eFX Collectibles, Gentle Giant, Hallmark, Hasbro, Her Universe, Hot Toys', Kotobukiya, LEGO, Medicom, Mimobot and Sideshow Collectibles along with the latest news on the X-box Kinect Star Wars console and game, the Original Trilogy deleted scenes montage from the upcoming Saga on Blu-ray and a whole lot more! It's all here on this special cross-over episode of the ForceCast Collector's Edition/Jedi Journals.
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