Posted by D_Martin on June 28, 2011 at 04:40 PM CST



Action Figure Xpress and Kotobukiya unleash the hottest Star Wars San Diego Comic Con Exclusive: the ArtFX+ Stormtooper Commander Figures Two-Pack

Star Wars fans clamor for stormtoopers and Action Figure Xpress delivers in this exclusive model kit two-pack. Included in every Stormtrooper Commander set are two complete statues, each authentically replicated with exacting attention to detail. Measuring 8” tall, both troopers come with additional interchangeable parts and weapons giving you the flexibility to select from more than 18 recommended poses. As an added feature and like other ArtFx+ releases, magnets are embedded in the feet to allow for effortless display on the supplied bases. This two-pack is available for $90 exclusively at Action Figure Xpress’ booth #3345.

“Every Star Wars fan would love to build an army of stormtroopers and this two-pack is a great way to start it off”, said Pat Wang, President. “We love that these snap –to-fit kits are so flexible in poses that you can create your own Star Wars scene.”


More information and pre-orders available at AFX
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