Ok Adam if you make it back in and can share it...how many of the 14 figures have 14 points of Articulation?
More than half. Well, in theory anyway-- I haven't got to play with these so I don't know if a cape might hinder movement or something just yet.
Although I think some of the ones with fewer points of articulation are going to make some fans do cartwheels and be a bigger incentive to get the sets than the super-articulated figures, depending on what turns one's crank as a SW fan. Of course I'm a bit of a sucker for action figures and I can't pass on anything, but still, this looks like it should be a fun set. Holsters, helmets, guns, backpacks... the bang-for-the-buck should definitely be there.
(And to dispell another rumor, no, there's no Wookiees in the set. I'm not sure how that one got started. Is there a Mandalorian Wookiee in the EU that I missed or something? Not that it wouldn't be cool, mind you, I got a Snoova as a permanent fixture on my desk and the idea sounds cool enough.)
Also, and this will show my age, what is a pod cast? I'd love to listen/watch, and only this weekend realized how ubiquitous those things are....
"On demand Internet programming" is a simple way to put it, but when in doubt for a good definition, I always say look at Wikipedia-- it explains things like this rather well:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting
In the case of the one I do for Entertainment Earth, it's just the one I did at 16bit.com rebranded and slightly repurposed. Meaning it's me, in my living room, with a crappy microphone talking about stuff-- audio only. I've been told I've got a voice for movies, specifically the silent era, so it's totally worth checking out. (It's basically just an MP3 of toy news, usually whatever caught my eye for the week. Meaning it's almost always Hasbro SW/TF/Joe stuff as that's what I dig.)