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Star Wars Clone Wars Wave 4 R3-S6 Goldie Figure
Star Wars Clone Wars Wave 4 R3-S6 Goldie Figure

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "Don't worry Goldie, you'll get to know him later.", 25 April 2009
Hasbro continue their series of figures from the animated series The Clone Wars with #23 R3-S6 or Goldie as it came to be known. Unlike the figures from the parallel The Legacy Collection series, these figures sport a more stylised 'animated' appearance and as such certain body proportions and structures can look a little odd.
This astromech is a repaint of 2008's #08 R2-D2 with a little change to the moldings on the legs.
As such, Goldie has the same hidden gadgets as R2, a claw inside the left front panel, a scomp link inside the right and a grapple in the back. The grapple winds back in by rotating Goldie's head.
There is also the third middle leg which can be attached / removed as desired and all the feet have wheels in for easy gliding over surfaces.
A fantastic little astromech and a must have for any Clone Wars collection.


Star Wars Clone Wars Wave 4 Magnaguard Figure
Star Wars Clone Wars Wave 4 Magnaguard Figure

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "It seems your padawan has run into a little trouble.", 25 April 2009
Hasbro continue their series of figures from the animated series The Clone Wars with #22 Magnaguard. Unlike the figures from the parallel The Legacy Collection series, these figures sport a more stylised 'animated' appearance and as such certain body proportions and structures can look a little odd. Despite the animated style, it really works for the droid characters in the series.
The droid has head (rotational and vertical), shoulder (rotational and abductional), elbow (rotational and vertical), forearm (rotational), torso (rotational) and hip (vertical), articulation giving him an average 15 ranges of movement.
It comes armed with a silver tipped grey electrostaff with purple energy effects and a large grey missile launcher which fires the missile at the touch of a button.
A nice looking droid and I can see collector's buying a group of these to flank the 2008 #06 General Grievous.


Star Wars Clone Wars Wave 4 Clone Trooper with Space Gear Figure
Star Wars Clone Wars Wave 4 Clone Trooper with Space Gear Figure
Offered by In Demand Toys (Previously Toyz And Gamez)
Price: £19.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "I'm on it boss! Eat laser clankers!", 25 April 2009
Hasbro continue their series of figures from the animated series The Clone Wars with #21 Clone Trooper with space gear. Unlike the figures from the parallel The Legacy Collection series, these figures sport a more stylised 'animated' appearance and as such certain body proportions and structures can look a little odd.
This is one of the Clone Troopers that were with Master Plo Koon in the episode Rising Malevolence from the great scene where they take on the Rocket Battle Droids.
The Trooper has head (rotational and vertical), shoulder (rotational and abductional), elbow (rotational and vertical), wrist (rotational and abductional on right wrist), torso (rotational and vertical), hips (vertical), knee (rotational and vertical) and ankle (rotational and vertical) articulation giving him a massive 25 ranges of movement.
He comes equipped with a black BlasTech DC-15S blaster, a light grey BlasTech DC-17 hand blaster (which fits into the holster on the front of the rebreather, a white space rebreather backpack (which can be removed if you remove the Trooper's head first!) and a white and ochre Mitrinomon jet pack which fires an ochre missile by applying pressure to the bottom of the missile
A very nice trooper and a must have for those army builders out there.


Star Wars Clone Wars Wave 4 Padme Amidala Figure
Star Wars Clone Wars Wave 4 Padme Amidala Figure

4.0 out of 5 stars "This is a mission of peace - I put my faith in diplomacy.", 25 April 2009
Hasbro continue their series of figures from the animated series The Clone Wars with #20 Padme Amidala. Unlike the figures from the parallel The Legacy Collection series, these figures sport a more stylised 'animated' appearance and as such certain body proportions and structures can look a little odd.
Taking the costume that she wore while sneaking around the less respectable areas of Coruscant, Padme looks more like a bounty hunter than a senator.
She has head (rotational and vertical), shoulder (rotational and abductional), upper arm (rotational), torso (rotational) and hip (vertical) articulation giving her an poor 11 range of movement.
She is equipped with a brown handled silver SoruSuub ELG-3A "Diplomat's Blaster" pistol (which fits into the holster on her right hip), a black Baktoid Armour Workshop E-5 blaster rifle, a purple flexible plastic cape and a purple plastic hood.
Due to poor articulation Padme does seem to have a lot of trouble standing up, collector's will need a figure stand for this one. She can also only hold weapons in her right hand. Given the quality of other figures in the line it seems that poor Padme was a bit of a rush job.
A figure which is really for completists only. Let's hope they bring a better version out soon.


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "Let's scrap those clankers!", 25 April 2009
Hasbro continue their series of figures from the animated series The Clone Wars with #19 Clone Trooper - 212th Attack Battalion. Unlike the figures from the parallel The Legacy Collection series, these figures sport a more stylised 'animated' appearance and as such certain body proportions and structures can look a little odd.
Taking the best components of the 2008 Clones, we have an excellently articulated trooper with the orange markings of the infamous 212th.
The Trooper has head (rotational and vertical), shoulder (rotational and abductional), elbow (rotational and vertical), wrist (rotational and abductional on right wrist), torso (rotational and vertical), hips (vertical), knee (rotational and vertical) and ankle (rotational and vertical) articulation giving him a massive 25 ranges of movement.
He is armed with a black BlasTech DC-15A blaster rifle and a black shoulder cannon which fires the black missile with a push of a button.
A great trooper and a must have for those army builders out there.


Star Wars Legacy Collection Cantina Alien Trinto Duaba & Dice Ibegon
Star Wars Legacy Collection Cantina Alien Trinto Duaba & Dice Ibegon

5.0 out of 5 stars "The Force is within everything.", 16 April 2009
Hasbro continue their new Legacy Collection for 2009 with wave five consisting of figures from A New Hope. As they did last year, these figures continue the Build-A-Droid theme with a component of an Astromech droid included with every figure.
Another figure twin pack that treats us to two more alien's from the Cantina. You get Trinto Duaba, who was sitting next to Momaw Nadon, and Dice Ibegon, a female Force sensitive Florn Lamproid and lover of Lak Sivrak.
Trinto has head (rotational and vertical), shoulder (rotational and abductional), elbow (rotational), wrist (rotational), torso (rotational), hips (vertical) and knee (rotational and vertical) and ankle (rotational and vertical) articulation which gives him an excellent 21 ranges of movement.
He is armed with a silver blaster pistol which fits into the holster on his left hip and has a removable plastic head and shoulder wrap.
Dice Ibegon comes in two parts which simply clip together. As such she has a full three hundred and sixty degrees of movement at the torso and her six arms can all rotate a full three hundred and sixty degrees as well.
There is also the main body of R2-L3. The rest of this droid is included with figures #33, #35, and #36.
Another great alien twin pack and a must have for those Cantina dioramas.


Star Wars Legacy Collection Cantina Alien Wioslea
Star Wars Legacy Collection Cantina Alien Wioslea
Offered by Eurozone Marketplace
Price: £67.04

5.0 out of 5 stars "It will be enough.", 16 April 2009
Hasbro continue their new Legacy Collection for 2009 with wave five consisting of figures from A New Hope. As they did last year, these figures continue the Build-A-Droid theme with a component of an Astromech droid included with every figure.
The next figure in the series in #36 Wioslea, the alien that purchased Luke's X-34 landspeeder so Luke and Ben could pay Han. She is a great alien figure and the detailing on the head is excellent.
She has head (rotational and vertical), shoulder (rotational and abductional), elbow (rotational and vertical), forearm (rotational), torso (rotational), hips (vertical) and ankle (rotational and vertical) articulation which gives her a great 19 ranges of movement.
Wioslea is equipped with a gunmetal retribution carbine blaster and a removable brown cloth cloak.
There is also the head and middle leg of R2-L3. The rest of this droid is included with figures #33, #35, and #37.
Another great alien and a must have for those Cantina dioramas.


Star Wars Legacy Collection Cantina Alien Pons Limbic (Brainiac)
Star Wars Legacy Collection Cantina Alien Pons Limbic (Brainiac)

5.0 out of 5 stars "One cannot do less than is required, nor more than is allowed.", 16 April 2009
Hasbro continue their new Legacy Collection for 2009 with wave five consisting of figures from A New Hope. As they did last year, these figures continue the Build-A-Droid theme with a component of an Astromech droid included with every figure.
The next figure in the series in #35 Pons Limbic. This character is one of the aliens from the Cantina bar and was nicknamed 'Brainiac' by Bo Shek.
He has head (rotational and vertical), shoulder (rotational and abductional), elbow (rotational and vertical), wrist (rotational), torso (rotational), hips (vertical) and knee (rotational and vertical) and ankle (rotational and vertical) articulation which gives him an excellent 23 ranges of movement.
He is armed with a light grey BlasTech DL-44 heavy blaster pistol which fits into the holster on his left hip. He also comes with a cantina table which is in two halves and clicks together. The table has special clips inside which mean that this is a one time assembly.
There is also the right leg of R2-L3. The rest of this droid is included with figures #33, #36, and #37.
Another great alien and a must have for those Cantina dioramas.


Star Wars Legacy Collection Obi-Wan Kenobi (Alec Guiness)
Star Wars Legacy Collection Obi-Wan Kenobi (Alec Guiness)
Offered by EuroDirect
Price: £129.49

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "I seem to have found it.", 16 April 2009
Hasbro continue their new Legacy Collection for 2009 with wave five consisting of figures from A New Hope. As they did last year, these figures continue the Build-A-Droid theme with a component of an Astromech droid included with every figure.
The next figure in the series in #34 Obi-Wan Kenobi. This is an excellent figure with a great likeness of Alec Guiness and is better than 2004's OTC #02 Obi-Wan Kenobi.
He has head (rotational and vertical), shoulder (rotational and abductional), elbow (rotational and vertical), wrist (rotational), torso (rotational), hips (vertical) and knee (rotational and vertical) and ankle (rotational and vertical) articulation which gives him an excellent 23 ranges of movement.
Ben is armed with his trusty blue lightsabre and has a removable brown cloth Jedi robe. there is also the table from Ben's home which comes in two pieces. They clip together easily but it is a one time assembly and the clips will not allow you to take it apart again. A blue hologram figure of Princess Leia fits onto the top of the table as well.
There is also the .main body of R5-A2 The rest of this droid is included with figures #30, #31, and #32.
A very nice figure and the best Obi-Wan figure to date.


Star Wars Legacy Collection Jawa & WED Treadwell Droid
Star Wars Legacy Collection Jawa & WED Treadwell Droid
Offered by BooksMan777-EU
Price: £58.05

5.0 out of 5 stars "Utedi!", 16 April 2009
Hasbro continue their new Legacy Collection for 2009 with wave five consisting of figures from A New Hope. As they did last year, these figures continue the Build-A-Droid theme with a component of an Astromech droid included with every figure.
The next figure in the series in #33 Jawa and WED Treadwell Droid.
Figure twin packs are always welcome and this one gives us a new Jawa and a great droid.
The Jawa has head (rotational and vertical), shoulder (rotational and abductional), elbow (rotational and vertical), wrist (rotational), torso (rotational) and hip (vertical - but hindered by the hard plastic robes) articulation which gives him a nice 15 ranges of movement.
He is equipped with a grey and brown ion blaster rifle connected to black power pack with brown straps, a light tan double bandolier and a grey canister. It is unclear what the canister is and it has a peg which goes into something but there are no instructions to say what it is.
The WED Treadwell droid is actually a Cybot Galactica WED-15 Septoid Treadwell Droid. It comes disassembled in the box but just clips together and the aerial fits onto the hole at the back of the platform. There are 8 manipulator arms, each with different attachments and the lower arms hinge 90 degrees up and down and the upper arms swing through about two hundred and twenty degrees. The main body also rotates and head can also rotate individually a full three hundred and sixty degrees.
There is also the left leg of R2-L3. the rest of this droid is included with figures #35, #36 and #37.
An excellent twin-pack and a must have for Tatooine dioramas and for anyone who managed to get 2004's OTC Sandcrawler.


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