When it does clearance, typically it goes really fast. But TRU has been very slow to do this as ruthlessly as Target.
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Well, I ordered both...my first and only steps into this line
Nope, you're wrong. The one with the macrobinocs is Bly. You know it too.
That will probably be the definitive statement on the issue. Until then, the Visual Dictionary is the only visual reference that Lucasfilm has offered, and should be treated as the real deal.
Nick, arent you trying to disprove it though?
Can't we all just get along?
Okay, according to the comic published by "Lucas Books," in the scene on Felucia, Aayla says, "Is it droids Bly?" And then, the clone (Commander Bly) with the macrobinoculars, yellow painted thigh armor, yellow painted breath filter, and long rifle, the only one who looks like that (And like Thire) replies to Aayla, "NO" and then pulls a pistol and shoot her in the back.
There is Scott's and Nick's proof that Aayla addresses Commander Bly and he replies to her directly.
Some of these Clone Commanders will undoubtedly make it into the Databank at The Official Site at some point. That will probably be the definitive statement on the issue. Until then, the Visual Dictionary is the only visual reference that Lucasfilm has offered, and should be treated as the real deal. You can disagree with that all you want, but until photographic evidence is offered up to the contrary, or you see the movie at Midnight Wednesday and Aayla Secura specifically addresses a certain Clone Trooper as Bly, then we have to accept the Visual Dictionary as fact.
I don't think so. Why would just 1 of this crew have a yellow painted breath filter, yellow painted thigh armor, macrobinoculars, and the long rifle rather than the short one that all the other are carrying, look just like Thire, and not be Commander Bly? The Visual Dictionary is clearly a mistake.