Posted by Curto on July 24, 2010 at 08:12 AM CST
For your viewing pleasure, here are hi-rez photos of the scenes used in The Vintage Collection's "Vintage-esque" packaging. As revealed during the panel, the AT-AT will be exclusive to Toys "R" US, while the Snowspeeder and TIE Fighter will be exclusive to Target. There are no change to the vehicles themselves, these are collector-focused packaging, instead of the "Shadows of the Dark Side" look. Enjoy!
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