Episode 340: The Collectors' Podcast
April 01, 2012


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Show Notes

As Star Wars toys continue to trickle in across the country, new product has starting showing up in stores. Wal-Mart's cancelled wave of Clone Wars DVD 2-packs are now appearing at discount stores, and the Wal-Mart "Discover the Force" exclusive Qui-Gon Jinn Ultimate FX Lightsaber, LEGO mini-sets, Easter Vaders, and more. On this week's Star Wars Action News podcast we run down the latest finds, including where you can get unpunched Vintage Collection figures by the wheel barrel for $5 per figure!

For a special Star Wars Action News report, Steve Sansweet joins us to discuss his latest purchases at Rancho Obi-Wan, including an item that can truly unlock your collection's potential, and a discussion of those odd bootleg stormtroopers that have been spotted in China.

Despite a long hiatus, Hasbro is back for a new Q&A session, plus, we take another look at the Blu-ray deleted scene wave of figures, and listen to your voicemails. It's all on this week's Star Wars Action News podcast!

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Hasbro Q & A

1. Dear Hasbro where is the Kitster and Wald 2-pack for the Vintage Collection of The Phantom Menace? Those figures have been rumored to come out for years but are still in the parking lot. We want Kitster and Wald now on a vintage card. Please let us know when it is coming out, maybe as soon as C6?

2. Dear Hasbro, you just released an awesome astromech battle pack. These great packs are often released with the coming of a big vehicle. That said, can you rerelease, maybe as a store exclusive or holiday exclusive, the Naboo Royal Starship?

3. Are the Hasbro Q&As ever returning?

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