Episode 209: A Major Loose Vintage Haul
August 24, 2009


This is an enhanced podcast but image playback is not fully supported. Best viewed in iTunes.


Show Notes

Vintage collecting is a niche that is often overlooked. With Hasbro bringing out well over 100 figures each year between carded, battle packs, and Clone Wars, it is all too easy to forget about the toys of yesteryear, that so many of us Star Wars fans played with growing up. But for Star Wars Action News, the time for vintage was now as a seemingly once in a lifetime vintage buy was had. What did they get? How much did they pay? Listen to this week's Star Wars Action News to find out!

Also this week, they review the recently revealed Gentle Giant Star Wars Dartboard, discuss the new circulating rumors of the Star Wars live action series, and have a Hasbro Q&A answering questions about the Asajj Ventress F/X saber and how Hasbro has determined Ahsoka Tano to be "the bestselling female Star Wars figure of all time".

Listen to all this and more on this week's podcast of Star Wars Action News!

Discuss this episode in our forums

Show Links

Hasbro Q & A

1) At SDCC you showed the Asajj Ventress F/X Saber. It had a gray and blue plastic handle. While it was said in the presentation there would be chrome, can you describe if this will be all chromed, or which parts chrome and which plastic? Do you have any photos to share of the item?

2) With the rerelease of all the McQuarrie figures in a box set, one can't help but wonder if anything is planned for a box set of all the build-a-droids we've seen over the past year or so. Is there anything in the works for this?

3) In the Hasbro panel at SDCC it was stated that Ahsoka is the most popular female figure in Star Wars history. Can you explain how that was calculated, or by what metric this is measured?

Photo Galleries
Entertainment Earth
Sideshow Toys
Star Wars Fanworks
- Back to Top -

Star Wars Action News and all content on SWActionNews.com  2018 and may not be used without permission. Please do not direct link to any of the content on this site. All properties are and  TM  of their respective owners. Star Wars Action News is a production of Venganza Media, Inc.