Posted by Curto on June 14, 2011 at 04:48 PM CST
As part of Hasbro's Q&A session, Rebelscum passed on 2 of your burning questions and now we've got the answers for you.

Rebelscum: With the confirmation of Ben Quadrinaros in the works (quite exciting, by the way!), I can't help but think back to the original Fans' Choice Polls from 2000-2006, and nearly all of those characters have eventually been made (see Adam Pawlus' great "Fan's Choice Metrics" article on these), with 2 still remaining: Nym from the Starfighter video game series, and the Twi'lek Masseuses Ann & Tann Gella from TPM. We're heard in the past that both characters have been in the fabled Hasbro "parking lot" for many years now...but we're wondering if there has been any renewed interest? It would be quite fitting to knock off the final characters from this time period.

Hasbro: Both of these characters are still idling in the parking lot.


Rebelscum: Are there any plans to continue the Jedi Spirits? We got a great Anakin Skywalker (even if he had a young Anakin head sculpt) way back in 2007...but nothing since then. If there are no plans to release them individually, perhaps as a 3-pack (with a older Anakin head, hopefully!)?

Hasbro: No, additional Jedi Spirits are not currently planned.


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