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Also this week, Greg the Wookiee from the forums joins us to give his tale of purchasing the Attackus Millennium Falcon/Death Star Hanger diorama. Find out exactly what he promised his future wife so that he could bring five feet of Star Wars into their home.
Finally, talk of Gentle Giant's "Dath Vader" mistake and tips about Sideshow Pack-outs, this is an episode of Star Wars Action News for collectors of all varieties.
1) It seems several vehicles are based on vintage molds, such as the recent Imperial Shuttle still having the molded 1983 copyright date on the ship What is the process involved in reusing a vintage mold with the modern line? Are original Kenner molds able to be utilized again off the shelf, do they need to be retooled based on the original molds, or is there another process entirely?
2) On the mini Titanium vehicles we have noticed several problems with the stands. Perhaps one of the worst offenders is the Death Star, which seems to always fall off my stand, roll across my desk, and onto the floor. Is Hasbro aware of the issue with certain stands not holding the heavy vehicles, and is there anything being done to correct this?
Arnie got so many comments on his new Master Replicas Signature Edition Millenium Falcon that he felt inspired to write a song about it.