We have finally arrived to the last wave of Star Tours figures that need to be revisited. This wave is from 2002 and were packaged on Collection 2 cards. First up is the DL-X2 Droid. This figure is pretty basic and only has 1 point of articulation which is his arm. It would have been nice if Hasbro made the door panel open up, but they did not. Also for some reason Hasbro never painted his eye red making the head look very plain.
SK-Z38 is the third and final Collection 3 figure from the 2003 Star Tours Toy Line. The concept of this figure is great, but the execution of it has some issues. First off its mounted to a base and second, the plastic is to soft causing the figure to constantly lean over and the wings to droop. This can be seen in our new HD Photos. As for articulation it has 2 points which are the spinning blade and a opening and closing mouth.
The Star Tours G2-9T was released in 2003 and had a retail price of $10 He was included in the Star Tours Collection 3 wave, which consisted of 3 figures. G2-9T is a repaint of the 2002 Star Tours G2-4T Droid, with no changes to the sculpt. This figure included no accessories. Enjoy the new pictures.
Next on the Revisit list is the 2003 Star Tours R5-D2 Droid. This Droid retailed for $10 at Disney Parks and was part of the Collection 3 wave. He has 7 points of articulation which are his Dome, all 3 legs and feet. R5-D2's dirty paint application and damaged sculpt looks great. Be sure to check out the new HD pics.
Rebelscum.com has gotten ahold of some Hasbro product images of The Black Series 3 3/4 figures on cards. Head on over to check them out.
RX-24 "Rex" was a Star Tours Travel Agency Pilot at Disney Parks, but was recently replaced by C-3PO. He has 9 points of articulation which are Visor, Head, torso, and arms. Rex is the 3rd and final figure in the 2002 Star Tours Collection 1 wave and retailed for $10.
The 2002 Star Tours R3-D3 Droid is a Disney Exclusive and had a retail price of $10.00. This Droid has 3 points of articulation which are a Rotating Dome and Shoulders. The 3rd leg does not retract and is not removable. All 3 legs do have rolling wheels on the bottom of his feet which work very well. The clear dome is a nice touch which allows you do view this Droid's internal parts. You can see all these details in our new HD Photos.
Continuing with the Star Tours Toy Line, I have gone back and started to re-photographed the very first wave of Star Tours figures from 2002. First up is the G2-4T Droid. He has 6 points of articulation which are Head, Shoulders, Waist, and Hips. The sculpt looks pretty dead on to the actual full sized Droid that could be seen at Disney's Star Tours Ride.
3T-RNE is the last of the 2005 Disney Exclusive Star Tours figures. In my opinion this is the best figure out of the 3 in this wave. He has 5 points of articulation which are Head Mounted Microphone, Shoulders, and Hips. There was no accessories included with this figure.
Continuing to update the 2005 Star Tours Gallery, I have uploaded all new HD Photos of the G3-5LE Droid. This figure may appeal to some, but its not one of my favorites. To me the last wave of Star Tours figures looked rushed and out of scale when compared to previous waves. Anyways this figure has 4 points of articulation which are Head, Shoulders, and Lower Track Platform. This Droid includes no Accessories.
Added to our 2012 Clone Wars Photo Gallery is the brand new Clone Commander Fox CW18 figure. This figure looks pretty good but lacks some basic things like ankle and knee joints. Also there is no removable helmet either. He does include a Firing Missile Launcher and 2 Blaster Pistols. Be sure to check out the photos.
Ok folks added to our 2011 Clone Wars Photo Gallery are some boxed photos of the Republic V-19 Torrent Starfighter box variants for those interested. The 2 box variants are:Republic V-19 Torrent Starfighter (box converts to diorama)Republic V-19 Torrent Starfighter (non-diorama box)The non-diorama box may be the harder of the 2 to find since it shipped in the Clone Wars wave 7 vehicle case which pretty much never made it to retail stores. If you want this variant your best bet
On October 23, 2012 The Clone Wars Season 4 Blu-ray and DVD will be released at retail stores with a suggested retail price of $59.99 for Blu-ray and $49.99 for DVD.The Blu-ray Box Set will be presented in 1080p high definition with 5.1 DTS-HD audio and the DVD Box set will feature an anamorphic widescreen transfer with 5.1 Dolby Digital audio.
I have just updated our Photo Gallery with some preview photos of the 2011 Separatist Droid Gunship box variant. This vehicle comes in 2 different boxes which are:Separatist Droid Gunship (box converts to diorama)Separatist Droid Gunship (non-diorama box)
Added to our 2011 Clone Wars Photo Gallery are some boxed preview photos of the Tri-Logo Mandalorian Assault Transport vehicle. Hopefully in the future I will be able to obtain the illusive US boxed version but for now, something is better then nothing.
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