Posted by Curto on August 9, 2011 at 12:53 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: Awesome work on the Force FX lightsaber line with removable blades. Any chance we'll be getting a Palpatine/Sidious lightsaber? What about new removable versions for previously released lightsabers like Dooku, Luke ROTJ, or Yoda? And have you guys considered plaques/stands that state whose specific lightsaber it is?

Hasbro: Thanks for the complement. No, there are no plans at this time for these versions.


Rebelscum: Hasbro Toy Shop has recently begun selling Vintage Star Wars figures by the case and not offering sale of individual figures. This does not conform to the buying patterns of kids or collectors and is typically only a wholesaler's option which puts individual consumers at a disadvantage. IS this going to be a continuing trend?

Hasbro: No, figures should be available both by case and individually.


Got any burning Star Wars questions you need answered straight from the source? If so, post your questions in this thread in our forums, and with any luck, you'll get your answers next time!
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