Posted by D_Martin on November 1, 2013 at 02:34 PM CST
After hearing reports that The Black Series #12 41st Elite Corps Clone Trooper action figures showing up still look like the incorrectly painted early sample on display in their booth at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, we contacted Hasbro to find out if this figure was going to be corrected. Our source confirmed that there is a running change on this figure, and while they couldn't confirm the finer details, we feel it is safe to assume that the changes will correct the shoulder bell and shin armor deco errors. When we asked them about this figure back in July, they stated it would be corrected, and as we knew they would, they have kept their word.
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