Jeff - you mean different from Vader and the 5-pack of cases clamshell or different from previous releases of the SA Clone?
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The Wookiee is very cool, although mine's right arm keeps coming apart at the elbow joint and I'm still trying to figure out what the hell that totem pole thing is used for.
I think that totem pole thing is a shield.
The funny thing is, according to the comic, all of Neyo's grunts have helmets like him. This leaves us wondering what exactly this Target clone is supposed to be. Final answer will come May 19th....
Which one is Commander Thire?
However, I'd like to hope that HTS.com won't be the only source for Star Wars in the future. Anytime a company has a monopoly on stuff, prices go up and quality goes down.
Just curious if those of you who have picked these up, do you open them or leave them in the boxes. I have the 3 ROTS sets, as well as the 3 that have been released from the OT (never saw the Anakin cup, and passed on Maul...probably should have gotten them...maybe later). Anyways, right now I just have them stacked 2 by 2 on a shelf, in their boxes, for no real reason other than it is convenient right now. But, looking at my vintage BK sets, I have thought about opening them and displaying all the glasses together somehow in a case/on a shelf (even though they aren't "exactly" the same). Anyways, just curious if any of you open them up, or do you just leave them in their boxes?
I really like the Can-cell (it is a little too large for my shelf though ), but the Yoda is really only good for riding the Can-cell or sitting on a chair. Luckily, I've got plenty of other Yodas, so I'm probably not going to lose any sleep over it...