Episode 397: Look at the Size of That Thing!
July 02, 2013

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In preparation of The Yoda Chronicles premiere on Cartoon Network LEGO revealed their largest model ever--a life-sized X-Wing.  For Star Wars days at LEGOLand the X-Wing trekked across the country, and Star Wars Action News' reporter Berent was on hand to see it and talk to the master builder behind it.  How many bricks does it take to get to the center of a life-sized X-Wing?  Listen to Berent's interview to find out!

Also on this week's show, Marjorie and Arnie look at the new San Diego Comic-Con exclusives announced by Gentle Giant and Petco, as well as the non-exclusive announcement from Sideshow Collectibles.  

With a review of Gentle Giant's C6 exclusive Clone Lieutenant statue, Brock reviewing Troy Denning's new novel, and so much more, it's all in this week's Star Wars Action News!

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