Posted by D_Martin on March 13, 2012 at 03:25 AM CST
Ironically, once again, the final piece needed for a photo gallery is found a day after everything else is published, but who cares if it means a new entry to The Clone Wars section of our Photo Archive? Follow this link to have a closer look at the 2012 repacked Savage Opress figure. This entry catches us up on the 2012 TCW releases so far, but it isn't all we have planned for this section. Stay tuned for a few more updates this week that will bring The Clone Wars section completely up to date.
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The new 75159 UCS Death Star has been announced and it's 99.5% re-release of a set, at an additional $100, that was only retired less than 12 months ago. How do you feel about this addition to the LEGO Star Wars line?
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