Posted by Curto on September 21, 2010 at 12:00 PM CST
So many questions, so little space... Many other Star Wars collecting sites also submitted questions you need answered, so if you want to know the latest answers from Hasbro's Star Wars Q&A Session, here's a handy guide to help you get all the info.

Don't forget to check Rebelscum's Q&A Session as well!



16bit.com:
1) The really awesome Mandalorian Commando mold with the Battle Pack and recently released Speeder Bike has a helmet modeled after the Nelvana "Fett" helmet design. We know it's unlikely, but would you ever consider doing a Mandalorian repaint "inspired" by the original Animated Boba Fett look? You can call him Steve Vizsla for all we care, it would just be wonderful to see the Mandalorian mold used for more colors than grey and blue.

2) Our last new Carbonite toy was in 2006, and it looks like the redesigned Slave I has a slot which will fit that specific, narrower block. We love the compatibility, but the 2006 edition of the Han Solo Carbonite block is in mid-thaw-- can we expect an all-grey, fully-frozen Hansicle in the coming year or two? We love the new Wal-Mart Jabba the Hutt, but he seems so unhappy without his favorite decoration.


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Action Figure Insider:
1) The new RISE OF BOBA FETT ULTIMATE BATTLE PACK SLAVE 1 looks great but is only 20% bigger than the old SLAVE 1. Is there a chance Hasbro will make a BIG SLAVE 1 as has been done with the AT-AT and the MILLENIUM FALCON? New vehicles are always appreciated?

2) Is the Clone Wars Bossk coming with the Slave 1 going to be released as a single at some point?


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Action Figs:
1) You've confirmed your interest in a modern update to vintage figure Lumat, and have also said that while it won't be in the next year, there will very likely be one in the not too distant future after that. Lumat will be the last vintage Ewok to get a modern update. However, due to retcons and EU murkiness, the "Lumat" situation is complicated. The official word is that Lumat is a black & white striped Ewok, and the tan Ewok formerly known as Lumat as seen in the Kenner line has no canon name as of now. An Ewok that suspiciously looks like the vintage Lumat figure - from the expression, to the shape of the hood, to the bows and arrows - was released in different colors as Graak back in 2007 (colors that, coincidentally, are also that of the "new" Lumat character). So when you are talking about making a new Lumat figure, which will that be? A tan & brown repaint of Graak to fully update the original, or the new black & white character? If the original, will the tan & brown Ewok formerly known as Lumat get a new name?

2) When discussed with Derryl at Comic-Con, the subject of the rubbery Clone Wars 2nd generation Grievous figure came up, and Derryl said the amount of feedback Hasbro has heard from fans about this figure being unable to stand up on its own may lead to it being retired after its initial run, and a return to the 2008 Grievous who can stand for longer periods. However, the new Grievous is a better figure in many ways, and its standing problems are chiefly with the claws on its feet. Since the feet are already a separate piece of tooling, might you consider just redesigning the feet so that the main foot surface acts as the foot instead of the very small, rubbery claws? Visually, the claws would still be there, but they wouldn't be doing the lifting as they wouldn't go below the bottom of the main foot, so their sagging wouldn't topple the figure. Would something like that be feasible with this mold? We'd really like to see this figure salvaged, and while you're at it, you could move the shoulderpad pegs down so they look more accurate *and* don't pop off as much. We'd just hate to see such a cool figure as this go down in history as a missed opportunity when a few tweaks might save it, wouldn't you agree?


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AllSpark.com:
1) The upcoming Wicket figure comes with two hoods rather than the second Ewok figure that he was originally rumored to be packed with. Are there any plans to release the second Ewok through other means?

2) AT-ATs, AT-STs, Snowspeeders, Cloud Cars, Hoth Patrols, Bespin Lukes, Hoth Leias and Hans, Jabbas, Ewoks, and Gamorreans...A lot of the focus for the 3 3/4" line appears to be on Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and the Original Trilogy. However, The Crossovers seem to be stuck in the realm of the Clone Wars animated series. Will this be the long-term plan for Crossovers, or can we expect to see more Original Trilogy characters (with new toolings) sometime in the future?


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NEW: ASMzine:
1) The Transformers: Hall of Fame entries showed that Hasbro considers many incarnations of Optimus, Megatron, Bumblebee and Starscream to be the same character, or at least the same character archetype. We’re wondering, though — since Megatron has been inducted into the Hall of Fame, does this mean that Galvatron is already in as well, or would he have to be voted in by fans? Most Transformers stories show Galvatron to be the upgraded form of Megatron, but some fans consider Galvatron to be a distinct character from Megatron.

2) For the entire TF team, here’s a fun/silly question: If you could make a Transformer toy of anything in the world that hasn’t ALREADY been a Transformers toy, what would it be? You can be as specific (1974 AMC Javelin, P-38 Lightning, Cobra HISS, Dale Earnhardt’s 2000 Daytona 500 car) or as general (school bus, tractor, port-a-potty, etc.) as you wish.


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Awesome Toy Blog:
1) The vintage styled AT-AT box looks fantastic, the graphic artist(s) who worked on this packaging did an incredible job. If there are future “vintage-style packaging” exclusives would there be any chance that a prequel era vehicle be released in this manner?

2) When the “fan’s choice” results have been reviewed in the past, have there been any high-ranking figures that have surprised the design team and left you thinking either “really?” or “who?”. Or do you find that the fans wish list corresponds well with the design team’s list?


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Core Planets:
1) When offering special mail-in figures, you always ask for UPC codes cut from the cardbacks. That makes it difficult for those of us who keep our figures on the cards and don't open them, since we want the cards to be in excellent and original shape. Is there any chance you would be willing to accept the original receipt from the stores in place of asking us to cut up the cards? It would really be appreciated by the non-openers. Thanks.

2) I see multiple sellers on Ebay, mostly from China, selling lots of army builder type Star Wars figures. There seriously seems to be 1000's of these listings. Where are these figures coming from and why doesn't Hasbro work with Ebay to stop this type of bootlegging? A friend of mine ordered some of these and the quality (at least on the ones he got) was awful. Loose joints, paint flaked off. I see other companies making a stink with Ebay regarding the sale of unofficial or bootlegged items, why doesn't Hasbro?


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From DroidsandEwoks.com:
1) Seeing that Wicket is coming all by himself on the card with some bonus accessories, I am wondering if the Ewok with multiple accessories format will be permanently replacing the Ewok two packs. If so, our readers have been brainstorming just in case, thinking of cool accessories that future Ewok figures could come with to make up for that lost figure. Some ideas are Deej, Weechee and Widdle with the ceremonial wing headdresses that they wore on their hoods in Caravan of Courage, Logray with an alternate headdress and cloak from the cartoon and maybe his crystal image spinner or sunstar, Kneesaa with Baga the Bordok, a new Kaink with plastic cloak and staff, Shodu with Winda the wokling, and an Ewok with the Han Solo roasting spit or drum. More animated series hoods would be great too! Any accessories that we missed that you guys would like to see?

2) If at some point you decide to make Evolutions sets again, would you consider making animated evolution sets that could be part of the Clone Wars line? Since animation has been part of the saga since the Holiday Special, it seems like this could be a way to bring attention to the changing styles of Star Wars animation over the years. A couple example ideas are a heroes set and a villains set with three characters per set drawn from either the Holiday Special animated segment, Droids, Ewoks, the original Clone Wars and of course the current Clone Wars series. A dream Evolution set, at least for some fans, would also have to be one featuring R2-D2 and C-3PO, since they have appeared in each animated series or special (except Ewoks) but to date only have animated style action figures drawn from the modern Clone Wars.


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From Echo Base Forums:
1) Going as far back as the 2003 San Diego Comic Con, Hasbro has occasionally had a diorama or two on display to show off new and upcoming toys. My personal favorite was the 2008 Mygeeto Diorama which showed off the AT-TE toy. What goes into putting together these massive displays, which was the most challenging to make, and which one is the favorite of the team at Hasbro?

2) Captain Rex was shown as part of two new Clone Wars Battle Packs at San Diego Comic Con. Is there anything different about the Rex figure in either set, or will we be seeing the same Captain Rex that has been released numerous times since 2008?


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Figures.com:
1) With the recent release of the brand new Jabba the Hutt figure, are there any plans to release updated versions of the Max Rebo band to complete the palace scene?

2) With Sideshow's unveiling of their 1/6 scale Yoda hut environment, Star Wars fans are wondering if they can get a 3 3/4" scaled version from Hasbro. Possibility?


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From Galactic Hunter:
1) Did all of the children swapping droid parts (and showing off their "kitbash" droids) at the along with the adults offering to buy them do anything to persuade Team Star Wars to put together a little Build-A-Droid/Droid Factory playset? (It can be mostly cardboard even - it's obvious that the droids are the focus and play pattern. That was COOL!)

2) The easiest and hardest question to tackle was partially answered at Celebration V. As collectors asked whether the Young Boba Fett's Slave I from The Clone Wars animated series would lead to Slave 1 from The Empire Strikes Back, the answer was simple and obvious —'Yes, if it sells well enough.' So there's an additional sales pitch! The question is, hypothetically (aside from paint ops) what changes could/would be made, and what figures (again hypothetically) would the team like to see included? This would be the perfect chance to get a mustachioed Bespin Guard out, or is he going to get the fully carded treatment?


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NEW: From Han's Hideout:
1) It was really neat to see some of the "work-in-progress" for the new Dr. Evazan in the Celebration V coverage. Please tell us that the evil Doctor, Ponda, and Bom Vimdin are all still on track for 2011 and if so, when - Spring or Fall? And while we're talking Cantina, we'll put in our yearly comment that it was disappointing to once again see no signs of that center distillery piece in your convention displays. Is that bar center piece even still in the idea parking lot?

2) I picked up the new Jabba's Throne set at Walmart and it's fantastic. A great toy and a huge improvement over the previous Jabbas. The only problem is that quite a few of my Jabba's palace denizens look even more dated next to him. Any chance of seeing some upgrades to Yakface, Ree-Yees, and Barada before too long?


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From Imperial Shipyards:
1) We love the latest snowspeeder and the fact that you included playable as well as movie accurate cannons and harpoon gun. This has given some of us some great ideas. One of those is an idea about doing realistic side guns for the new behemoth At-At. If you do not plan to release realistic side guns with future At-At releases how about doing a battlepack with these and some figures to man up our At-At's? You could even split it into two battlepacks and give us one side gun per pack. Give us an at-at driver and some snowtroopers and you have a great battlepack. You could even turn it into a vintage exclusive battlepack with styling from the old vintage battlepack boxes. These would sell like hotcakes!

2) Have you ever considered giving the fans a poll on your website that allows us to vote on what the next wave of Saga Legends will be? The Nominees will only be figures that have already been produced...nothing new.


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NEW: Jedi Business:
1) Are we still getting a ROTJ Sandstorm Leia to go along with Han, Luke and Chewie? If yes, when?

2) What was it that you got away with from SDCC and Celebration V that people wanted you to release the most? And what complaints did you hear the most?


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From Jedi Defender:
1) We noticed something pretty cool in the recent Clone Wars Season 3 Trailers. It appears that Assajj Ventress' "Fanblade Fighter" makes its return to the Clone Wars in grand fashion! This seems like an opportune time for a fine and unique vehicle like this to possibly make its way into the line. The question is, are you considering it, and how do you think the folding wing mechanism would work?

2) There was a big surprise swirling about at Celebration V, with the unveiling of what appears to be a 3.75" Figure scaled Starspeeder vehicle from the Disney Star Tours ride! People were immediately talking about this one, especially since slides appear to show a vehicle that's pretty big. Do you have any details on this you could share with us, regarding anything from price, to possible pack-ins, or features? It's a very simple, but cool design, so this one really has people curious.


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From Jedi Insider:
1) Will the upcoming Vintage Collection Jedi Luke Skywalker come with a soft goods cloak or have a feature where you can clip a lightsaber hilt to the figures belt?

2) Now that we have been introduced to Darl Maul's brother, Savage Oppress, when can we expect to see a figure of him released and when will we get our first look at said figure?


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WELCOME: From JediNews.ca:
1) Canada has frequently seen alternate waves being missed in previous lines, although on occasion the Canadian carded versions have been supplemented with the US equivalents. Whilst giving collectors an opportunity to complete their collections, for carded collectors, it has resulted in a mixture of card-types. What has prompted the decision to skip waves in the past, and how has this been determined as to which waves to miss? With the announcement in a previous session that Canada will not be seeing the generic cards for the TVC, TCW and Saga Legends, will that minimise the likelihood of waves being skipped in the future?

2) We’ve been treated to a number of exceptional mail-in offers over the years, and with the Rocket-Firing Boba Fett and Galactic Battle Mat & exclusive Sergeant Bric figure to look forward to, what is the decision making process for choosing what to offer and how far in advance are the redemption programs planned?


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NEW: From JediNews.co.uk:
1) The new Target 9 Pack ‘Special Action Figure Set’ from The Empire Strikes Back is superb. We’d like to know if any of these figures feature new deco or are new sculpts and if so which ones and does the inclusion of these nine figures here preclude them from being released at a future date on a single vintage card?

2) We’re extremely pleased that the Rebel Ground Troop and Mini-rig from the elusive Scramble on Yavin Battlepack is being released next year. What fate beholds Red Leader and R5-K6 – will they also be re-released as a 2 pack? Also, would you consider a similar avenue of even re-release of the Resurgence of the Jedi Battlepack which is also becoming very hard to find?


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From Jedi Temple Archives:
1) The proof cards handed out at conventions (such as SDCC and CV) always seem to be a popular give-away, and collectors love a 'clean' backing. Is there a chance that at the end of a line collectors can buy full proof sets, perhaps from HasbroToyShop?

2) We have pointed out key errors on action figures that keep getting released in the line and you have assured us that fixes are in place , yet the figures keep coming to us incorrectly. For example, the 501st Legion Trooper in the Saga Legends line still has an incorrectly painted helmet with the blue that goes straight back instead of fanning out. Interestingly, you already have parts made that could easily fix these issues. Along these lines, can you please verify if Cody's belt has been correctly affixed for The Vintage Collection. So far we have seen carded samples with both ways.


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NEW: From Jedi Temple War Room:
1) The new, improved version of Slave I was one of the highlights of the Hasbro exhibit at Star Wars Celebration 5. It incorporates a number of features that were present in both the vintage and modern renditions but also offers a new Clone Wars angle on this classic ship.

We couldn't help but notice during a webcast from the Hasbro panel a comment from veteran Hasbro Star Wars designer Mark Boudreaux, stating that this new Slave I had a compartment for Han Solo in carbonite. Taking that into account as well as the 30th Anniversary of THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, how likely are we to see Slave I in EMPIRE deco as well as a new Han Solo in carbonite to go along with it?

2) It seems that most of the Rebel pilots with dialogue from the OT have been made into figure form. And the newly announced Battle of Endor battle packs have knocked out a number of these Rebels. But there are still a few holdouts, notably from the Battle of Yavin. Pilots like Davish "Pops" Krail (Gold 5), Theron Nett (Red 10) and Tiree (Gold 2) all have significant dialogue during the course of the space battle around the first Death Star. Can we expect these pilots any time soon? And perhaps in a format similar to the new Battle of Endor battle packs?


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WELCOME: Kitty's Pryde:
1) Many fans love the articulation featured in the 'super-articulated Clone Trooper', but most figures continue to use tooling with less mobile joints. Why have the designers chosen to utilize articulation (especially in new molds) that allows for less movement than articulation already developed?

2) Are anymore EU figures planned?


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From Lichtgeschwindigkeit.de:
1) The upcoming Attack on Hoth and Defense on Hoth Battle Packs are great. This is exactly what collectors have wanted for years. If these packs do well what are the chances we'll see these larger battle packs more often?

2) There has been an increase of figures which are frightening difficult to get nowadays. Only a few examples : Foul Moudama, Pre-Cyborg Grievous, R4-M6.
"Saga Legends" was once installed to give collectors some sort of relieve of these difficult to find extremely rare Figures.

But it seems you transformed the "Saga Legends" line instead into a line designated to be completely for kids. Which results in collectors having no means to get both rare and overpriced figures in both reasonable quantities and prices anymore.
What kind of plans does Hasbro have to enable collectors again to find rare to super-rare figures ?
Like it was done within the Saga Legends line with TC-14 and the Darktrooper in 2007 ?


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NEW: From MouseDroid.com:
1) Despite being super excited and enthusiastic about the new Vintage line of figures, I must say I am at a complete loss to understand your choice and quality of the picture on the front of the Luke Skywalker Bespin Outfit. Mark Hamill is no Miranda Kerr, but this picture is quite ordinary given what we have come to expect from the previous lines. What is the process whereby you select the image to use on card fronts and who is in charge of the quality control for the image once selected?

2) Recently the Radio Controlled (RC) Hailfire Droid turned up at retail in Australia, and well I must say, what a fantastic vehicle. Quite possibly the best "toy" I have bought in a while. I must admit that it picks up quite a bit of speed, but the Radio Controlled Firing Missiles are by far it's best feature! It is also really great that you have made it in the 3 3/4" scale so that it will work with your/our existing manual vehicles and Basic Figures. As you have probably noticed, when you move away from your "core" products (3 3/4" Action Figures), interest eventually dwindles off (Titanium and Might Muggs are a couple of examples of this). My question is: Do you have plans or any interest in persuing the RC format in the 3 3/4" scale further? A Republic Tank would be good *wink*


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NEW: From Raving Toy Maniac:
1) The Boba Fett helmet and blaster are very cool role play toys. Have you considered making Fett's iconic wrist blasters as well?

2) With Jabba the Hutt being released, are you considering reissuing other Jabba's palace related toys such as the "creature pack" (which had Bubo and other monsters)?


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WELCOME: From Republic Forces Radio Network:
1) At SDCC you showed upcoming figure 2-packs included with an episode from the Clone Wars TV series. Yet one of the packs had the DVD of Rising Malevolence and the figure shown was the Ahsoka figure with Rotta the Huttlet (clearly from the movie). Is that the final figure to be included with that set, and is that the right episode?

2) Also on the figure/DVD 2 packs, will all the figures in those sets be straight repacks of previously released figures or will there be repaints/resculpts/new figures in these packs?


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From Sandtroopers.com:
1) Have you given any thought to making some figures of Original Trilogy characters in the Clone Wars/Animated style? I think that companies like Gentle Giant with their maquette line and ACME with their Character Keys have proven that collectors and fans would love to see OT characters in this newly animated style. I think it would be a neat little sub-set perhaps, like putting one of 12 characters in every case, or an online retailer exclusive box set?

2) With the huge success of the Build-A-Droid trade in program at CV, does this give you any more thought to bring it back? The kids seemed to enjoy the games also but could there be a way to incorporate Build A Droid into the "vintage" collection and put the game with Clone Wars / Saga Legends?


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From Sir Steve's Guide:
1) You recently stated that you were very interested in updating all of the Jabba's Palace/Skiff Guard figures from the vintage Kenner line. This brings up a question in regards to the vintage action figure of Barada. There has been some confusion as to who this figure actually represents and most collectors believe that he is actually Kithaba, the Klatooinian on the first skiff. However, on closer inspection it become pretty clear that the figure is sculpted to match the Barada character (since Barada is the only one of the two that wears a backpack), but is just painted incorrectly using Kithaba's color scheme. So, where would the Hasbro design team stand on this? Do you guys consider the vintage Barada figure to actually be Kithaba? And if/when it comes time to update this figure, exactly which Skiff Guard would we be getting?

2) The new Vintage Collection C-3PO figure has some great sculpting and a nice shiny gold paint job, as well as plenty of articulation, it's a big improvement in those areas. However, the figure seems to have a larger overall issue, the size. While Lucasfilm claims 3PO is 1.67 meters tall and this figure is the right scale to that (1:19.2 is the 6' to 3.75" scale), the figure just looks way too small next to even Luke Skywalker figures, who in the films is actually roughly the same height as 3PO - as evident in ANH. Do you feel the figure turned out too small? It's not just height, even if you pop the torso joint out (which seems to be set deeper than the figure was designed for, making the black stomach too short and visually throwing the rest of the torso proportions off), the whole scale of the figure from the shoulder width, the thickness of the limbs, the size of the head, and of course the height seems to be a step down to 1:20, especially disregarding the Lucasfilm height for the character is 5' 4" which is clearly wrong since actor Anthony Daniels' height is 5' 7" outside the costume that adds a little height. Would there be any possible way to correct this figure's scale issues, perhaps through stereo-lithography, or would it require starting again from scratch with a completely new mold (which would be a shame considering how much promise this figure has otherwise)?

3) At Comic-Con, when asked about the white mark on the Vintage Collection Vader's unmasked chin, Derryl gave this answer: "Brian Parrish isn't here to answer that question, but we don't think it's a mold mark like some fans are saying. I believe it's meant to be scar tissue, so there's some different coloration to show on his face. But we can get Brian to confirm that, throw it in as an official bonus Q&A and we'll answer that." So, with that in mind, what officially is the white stripe on this Vader's unmasked chin? If it is scar tissue, was it designed to be that significant a color difference to the rest of the skin color, or was it intended to be more subtle?


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From Snowtroopers.ca:
1) Will we be seeing a single-carded Starkiller figure for TFU 2? or for that matter ANY TFU 2 figures?

2) The articulation of the Star Wars figures has become better and better over the years (okay, a few exceptions). Are there any plans that you can reveal to us of further ways you have up your sleeves to improve articulation even more?


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NEW: From Star Wars Action News:
1) Why was there a set launch date for the newest figures? Lanuch dates in the past we've seen for major events: The four movies in 99, 02, 05 and 08, but all other line changes usually just trickle out. Why set the August 6th release date this time?

2) Are there any plans to do fans' choice voting again in the near future, be it another figure rerelease vote or a brand new figure vote?

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From SWCollector.com:
1) With the Comic Packs and Evolutions lines discontinued, what would be the likeliest way to get figures of EXPANDED UNIVERSE favorites like Darth Zannah, Guri, Mara Jade as Arica, and Darth Plagueis the Wise made into figures?

2) Kudos on the excellent Jabba's Throne set! How long was that in the works, and based on the way they disappeared at retail, can we hope to see similar sets in the future?


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From Yoda's News:
1) The last Clone Wars wave in the "red & white package" showed on the back of the cards a Cad Bane figure in a clone trooper outfit and then stickers started being placed over the images of the figures and the new images did not have that figure. So is that figure not being made now or is it being released at a later date?

2) Will we see an Admiral Trench and more tactical droids?


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July 7, 2007  Hasbro's 34th STAR WARS QA Round-Up Report
June 20, 2007  Hasbro's 31st, 32nd, AND 33rd STAR WARS QA Round-Up Report
May 15, 2007  Hasbro's 30th STAR WARS QA Round-Up Report
May 4, 2007  Hasbro 29th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
April 17, 2007  Hasbro 28th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
April 4, 2007  Hasbro 27th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
March 20, 2007  Hasbro 26th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
March 3, 2007  Hasbro 25th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
January 30, 2007  Hasbro 24th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
January 16, 2007  Hasbro 23rd STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
December 18, 2006  Hasbro 22nd STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
December 11, 2006  Hasbro 21st STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
December 5, 2006  Hasbro 20th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
November 21, 2006  Hasbro 19th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
November 14, 2006  Hasbro 18th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
November 6, 2006  Hasbro 17th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
October 28, 2006  Hasbro 16th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
October 23, 2006  Hasbro 15th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
October 7, 2006  Hasbro 14th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
October 2, 2006  Hasbro 13th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
September 25, 2006  Hasbro 12th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
September 20, 2006  Hasbro 11th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
September 5, 2006  UPDATE: Hasbro 10th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
August 28, 2006  UPDATE: Hasbro 9th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
August 13, 2006  UPDATE:Hasbro's 8th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
August 6, 2006  UPDATE:Hasbro's 7th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
July 27, 2006  UPDATE:Hasbro's 6th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
July 19, 2006  UPDATE: Hasbro's 5th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
July 3, 2006  UPDATE: Hasbro's 4th STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
June 26, 2006  UPDATE: Hasbro's 3rd STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
June 19, 2006  UPDATE: Hasbro 2nd STAR WARS Q&A: Round-Up Report
June 10, 2006  Hasbro's STAR WARS Weekly Q&A Session: Round-Up Report

San Diego Comic-Con 2014
NEW IN THE PHOTO ARCHIVE:
Probe
Droid
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Now that you've seen the prototypes of Hot Toys' upcoming Movie Masterpiece Series MMS261 Han Solo and MMS262 Chewbacca 1/6 scale figures, our ever inquisitive Probe Droid is tasked to find out whether you are going to collect the line.
Hot Toys had me at "Hello There"
1/6 scale collecting has just lept forward. I'm in!
I hope the actual products are better than the prototypes, and if they are I'm interested in collecting this line.
This will be my first venture into the realm of 1/6 scale collecting...
I'm a 1/6 scale collector, but I'm not interested.
I'm not a 1/6 scale collector, so no, I won't get into this line (yet).
I'm not a 1/6 scale collector, so no, I won't get into this line.
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