Posted by D_Martin on October 29, 2013 at 08:55 PM CST
The next piece in Sideshow Collectibles' Star Wars Premium Format Collection has been revealed to be based on Savage Opress! Follow the above link to have a look at the preview page and let us know what you think the exclusive edition will include? (we are hoping for an alternate head with cut horns and a robot arm!)
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