Posted by D_Martin on April 27, 2012 at 03:53 AM CST
Speaking of variations, there was one more discovered this week. While at first glance, the 2012 version of The Clone Wars Chewbacca looks like a repaint, but as it turns out Hasbro corrected an error that got past final approvals with the 2011 version. Upon close inspection, you'll notice the slits were sculpted into the 2011 figure, but the torso 'skirt of fur' didn't have slits until the 2012 version. Now your Chewy can sit! Hats off to Rebelscum reader Bryan D. for bringing the variation to our attention.
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