Just got a bunch of new ones, haven't opened them all yet. Here are some first impressions you can ignore.
DURGE & ANAKIN
Seems like Evo Anakin with new deco, maybe new head. Durge is a mix of the 2003 Deluxe figure with retooled bits. Overall: Meh.
ASAJJ & TOL SKORR
Asajj seems to be the 2003 carded version with new legs, soft goods, and new deco. Her saber isn't painted correctly. Her little droid is nice, though. Tol Skorr seems like a waste of plastic except for the fact that it's a fine figure with 14 points of articulation and some of the best paint I've seen this year. Why such a forgettable character gets the deluxe treatment is beyond me.
ANTARES DRACO & GANNER KRIEG
Both share the same super-articulated body. Great paint, awesome sculpting, wonderful deco. Soft goods "skirt" and "cape." Cape is not removable and attached cloth hood hangs on head strangely, just like all Jedi robes. Antares' head alone is worth buying this set to see. He reminds me of someone and I can't put my finger on it. Ganner reminds me of someone from a ren faire trying to be Legolas, but it's still an excellent sculpt and is true to the character. Get this set.
CADE & DARTH TALON
The packaging for Cade has a slot for a lightsaber in it. Hasbro has confirmed, months ago, that the figure will not include a lightsaber. Way to go, Hasbro Packaging Department. Cade looks more like his mother due to the bubbly hair and eyeliner. The body of the figure, though, is one of Hasbro's finest with tons of articulation and a great holster. I love this figure, I just wish the head was a little bit better in terms of deco and it'd be perfect. Darth Talon has no elbow joints, but is otherwise super articulated. She looks better than the early prototypes. Also, her saber hilt is very bend-friendly so be careful. This is a great set, I'd say get it but consider holding off on it until you see a few Cade's face in person a few times, to see if they're all this way. (I think they are.)
THRAWN & TALON KARRDE
Thrawn's ankles bother me. Around the joint is unpainted white plastic which you can see from the front-- it's all very distracting. He also doesn't have a gun, but he does have one of his Ysalamiri buddies. Super articulated, but the skirt prevents all hip movement. Karrde is great-- working holster, super articulated, etc. His arms and jacket are the same color, which is a little off-putting. But it's a very nice figure. This set seems like it could do very well with customizers for many different reasons, I really like it. I wonder if we'll end up getting more of the various grand admirals.
XIZOR & LEIA
VADER & SNIPER LEIA
VADER & TRACHTA
Haven't opened it yet.
- Super-articulated seems the norm for most new Comic Pack figures
- The figures are, on average, as good as or better than individual figures
- Waist articulation more similar to GI Joe or Clones on a lot of figures-- the belt is not necessarily the waist joint any more.