Posted by D_Martin on February 20, 2013 at 03:02 PM CST
You saw the pictures and read the report in our 2013 International Toy Fair coverage, and now we have a special video presentation showing off the screen-accurate articulation on Tamashii Nations' 1/6 scale Perfect Model C-3PO figure. Follow the above link to see just how awesome this figure truly is!
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