You didn’t really think we weren’t getting any more Clone Wars sets just because the show was cancelled, did you? Score one for the Republic with this new release of the classic tank as seen in the original Star Wars: Battlefront games. Whether or not you watch those wrist rockets is entirely up to you. . . Continue reading “Attack of the Clone: Star Wars Republic Fighter Tank Review”
“Who I am is not important. My message is.” He is the ultimate story of hero-turned-villain, and he was able to redeem himself after his fall from valiant Jedi to Sith conqueror. Revan is finally immortalized in six-inch Black Series format – so how does the new figure measure up to this legend? Continue reading “The Dark Lord is Here: Black Series Revan Review”
Need help keeping the peace and just your troopers aren’t cutting it? Get this Lego battle pack and add several bounty hunters to help maintain order!n Track down prey and maintain Imperial law with these official peacekeepers. Continue reading “Lego 2017 Bounty Hunters Battle Pack Review”
Questionably canon. Definitely an article. Dive into a book that rides the line between new canon and old legends. This novel has all the space pirates and political backstabbing you could want, plus the untold story of the original Grand Admiral – but more importantly, how’s the read? And how well does it flesh out its place in canon? Continue reading “Definite Article: Thrawn Review”
Rebel scum never looked so good. A criminally under-utilized character, but a great action figure! Hasbro knocks it out of the park with another Rebels character interpreted into a more realistic art style, and the results are as good as it gets. Continue reading “Black Series: Rebel Girl Sabine Wren (Review)”
I’ve been a little busy planning a wedding and I’m getting over a nasty head cold. Now that I’m better, what better way to celebrate with a new Stormtrooper! This Target exclusive is part of the Rogue One set of figures, though I don’t actually remember ever seeing this trooper in the film. Speaking of the film, the home DVD/blu ray release is this Tuesday, April 4th. So there’s no time like the present to revisit Rogue One’s new Imperial trooper variants!
When I first heard about Galactic Empire (the band and not the beloved Rebel scum crushing ultimate power in the galaxy) it was through a YouTube video of their rendition of The Imperial March. Now this is a song I’ve heard just about every take on; Elevator music, Indian instrumentation, floppy disk drives, and of course, the countless metal covers.
So what sets this one apart and makes it so great?