It’s no lie when I say that I grew up collecting the early “Star Wars” toys (which were Kenner at the time in case you didn’t know this stuff) and now with Hasbro holding the license for quite some time, the amount of high quality toys and collectibles are bountiful. For the adult collectors they have “The Black Series” of highly poseable action figures and now there is something for the younger members of your family circle to enjoy as well. Check out the details that we just received about the “Star Wars Micro Force” WOW Series. Images and press copy came care of the media keepers of the gate for the company.
STAR WARS MICRO FORCE WOW! Series 1: (HASBRO/Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $7.99/Available: Fall 2018). Peel the wrapper off of the STAR WARS MICRO FORCE WOW! Series 1 lightsaber blade to reveal the STAR WARS MICRO FORCE figures and sticker sheet contained within. STAR WARS MICRO FORCE figures are expressive, small-scale figures from the STAR WARS galaxy that let kids and collectors recreate their favorite STAR WARS scene and adventures in a micro galaxy! Decorate the hilt of the Lightsaber with the stickers! Blast into intergalactic action with squishable small-scale figures from STAR WARS MICRO FORCE! Includes 4 figures and 1 sticker sheet. Each sold separately. Available exclusively at Walmart Fall 2018 and at all major retailers 1/1/19.
I’m a little late to the table about these Hasbro Toys “Star Wars: Forces Of Destiny” Adventure Figures since they were apparently discussed at the 2017 NY Comic Con. In my defense, I really don’t manage to hit any of the panels based on all the running around the overall convention that I am doing and the taking of about a thousand photos. If you doubt me just hit the PiercingMetal Instagram because its dizzying ;p – With that said, I am getting you all into gear as 2018 manifest and share a bunch of the images I downloaded from the folks at Amazon. These “Star Wars: Forces Of Destiny” Adventure Figures are going to bring your little ones playtime into far reaching galaxies for sure. Dig in.
I believe this is the first series of these figures and love how they are referred to as “Adventure Figures” as opposed to the “Action Figures” title that I am so very used to. Since I have shared both the packaged and out of the package images below, I don’t think I need to line out every figure. I’m fairly certain that readers of the website will recognize them immediately.
Hello again my friends and welcome back. I’m continuing on with the exploration of The Toy Insider’s “Holiday Of Play” event which was held at the Manhattan Penthouse. The first chapter of this coverage can be seen HERE if you somehow missed it and since we are walking aisle by aisle you’ll want to look at that one first.
Hello again my friends and welcome back to my presentation for “Star Wars Day”. As I mentioned in CHAPTER ONE; I’m showcasing photos that were captured on devices of the time at the 2002 exhibit “Star Wars: The Magic Of Myth” which was being held at the Brooklyn Museum. Let’s continue along with this adventure from a “long time ago” LOL.
Today is “Star Wars Day” so “May The Fourth Be With You” LOL. I realize that its a corny statement but hey, the world of geek rallies behind it and so do I. In honor of this special day for one of my very favorite films, I dug up some old photos from the 2002 exhibit “Star Wars: The Magic Of Myth” that I attended with friends at the Brooklyn Museum. The exhibit was fantastic and showcased costumes, models and puppets from all of the “Star Wars” films up until that time which would have been “Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace” as the latest since “Star Wars: Episode II: Attack Of The Clones” had only just opened a couple of weeks before we attended this exhibit. Armed with the photographic technology of the time my friend James and I wandered and snapped a lot of photos which you can see below. The order is not as uniform as I would do nowadays but remember this was from a time before I did the photo journalist stuff. Hope you enjoy the presentation.