The guys discuss their Force Friday 2 hauls as well as what they are excited to see from Hasbro and other toymakers for the galaxy far far away.
As well as the sad recent news about ToysR’Us’s financial woes, come join us!
I dont care what the Nerdist or some newb at Lucasfilm or even JJ says its A-tee A-tee… why? Because you dont sat At-St… At-ssst? No you say AT-ST… like a normal person. How is this hard to understand!? Gah….
So SDCC unveild some stuff… pics are curtousey of From 4-Lom to Zuckuss.com ran by Jake Steven’s from ToyRun!.
Read more for more pics and a video he posted.
So this week had quite a bit of fun things going on. We had some spy pics from… well to be honest I can’t remember who originally took the drone pics because by the time I seen them they were all over the internet. I am going to just credit Making Star Wars because I happened to be listening to them as I write this piece.
Now with that solid out of the way the Falcon…
Friends and consumers of Hasbro toys have been making diorama’s and photonovels with their playsets and action figures for decades. However last year Hasbro launched it’s focus section of their site called Hasbro Pulse. Giving insight and news to upcoming products and behind the scenes looks at former and current workings of different franchises under it’s banner such as Transformers, GiJoe and especially my beloved Star Wars.
Waking up at 6AM on a Sunday is something I hoped never to do on purpose ever….. EVER. March 20th, was the date and I was awake…
Few things I can get up that early for. One of them happens twice a year here in Columbus Ohio. The CTS, Columbus Toy Show sponsored in part (if not totally) by CTSPromotions. This year was a bit better then previous I have to say.
Friend of the site and co-host Eric Berry (of holeinthegroundpro.com ) wrote a piece for Fasterandmoreintense.com a few weeks ago but I hadn’t gotten around to posting about it. (AKA I forgot) you can read the entire article—> here (or click the picture)
I did enjoy and the read and the chance to glimpse at Eric’s collection. I suggest it for anyone who’s into collecting SW/anime/gundam or a prop enthusiast.