Star Wars fans again are gonna be happy with what we’ve seen today during day 14 of Sideshow Collectibles Online Comic-Con Event. The items up today are the Snowtrooper 1:6th figure and the 1:6th E-Web cannon. The Snowtrooper comes in with a price of $150, exclusive vintage blaster (exclusive only), and you can flex pay this item if you need to. The E-Web cannon also costs $150 with the flex pay but makes for a great partner piece for any Snowtrooper display. Both items are due to ship early next year! Look for more picture next week when I make it to Comic-Con.
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Day eight of Sideshow Collectibles Online Comic-Con event brings us the first Comic-Con Exclusive and a life-sized bust from the DC Universe. The first Comic-Con Exclusive up for order to anyone is Commander Fox from The Clone Wars series. Commander Fox is an in-stock purchase and will ship in 24 hours after the $135 is charged. The other item up today is another in the 1:1 bust line of DC characters from Sideshow. The next character fans can purchase is The Man of Steel himself Superman. This amazing bust was sculpted by Andy Bergholtz (a fellow Missourian) and I must say this is an awesome piece. Supes will set ya back $680 with a $68 NRD but does have the flex pay option to make things easier in order to get to the December 2012 release date.
The fifth day of Sideshow Collectibles online event brings us a Star Wars 1:6th figure from the Scum and Villainy line. The bounty hunter joining the line is none other than your favorite lizard Bossk! This is a must have if you’re a fan of bounty hunters and will look amazing as you will see with the already released Boba Fett and IG-88. Bossk will cost ya $160, a flex pay plan (if you need to use it), and won’t ship until December. The exclusive on Bossk will be a change out sculpt giving you multiple display options or better yet just buy two!
Day 2 of Sideshow Collectibles online event brings us a two-piece Premium Format from Star Wars. Fans are finally getting the long awaited duo of C-3PO and R2-D2. The exclusive (which sold out in mintues) gives us these two droids cleaned up and on separate bases while the regular version gives us these all dirty on a single sand base from ROTJ. Both of these will set you back $750 from Sideshow with the usual NRD of $75 charged within 24-48 hours of purchase. Sideshow is also offering the flex pay program so it will be easier for someone to afford. Don’t forget to use the affiliate links if you decide to order.
Another week and more news coming from the two of the worlds best collectibles companies in Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys. Both companies this week delievered huge news for fans of Marvel and Star Wars. Sideshow Collecitlbes showed off multiple Star Wars items this week with the Utapau Airborne Trooper (which will go up for order next week), showed Commander Fox (one of the Comic-Con 2012 exclusives), and a sneek peak of parts of the next Darth Vader 1:6th. Hot Toys released a teaser image of the Iron Man Mark VII from this summers blockbuster The Avengers as well as the Black Widow figure going up for Pre-Order through Sideshow Collectibles. Jointly also we’ve been teased with what appears to be the Rescue Captain America 1:6th figure which will be a Comic-Con 2012 exclusive. As I get more information on all these items I will make sure to let you all know.
Today was a big day for collectors. Sideshow Collectibles, Hot Toys, and the folks from Weta are making collectors around the world very happy. The Lord of the Rings fans are getting a truly awesome treat from Weta with the announcement they will be making the environment Barad-Dur: Fortress of Sauron. Weta will be letting us know along the way the process to bringing this collectible to life and as soon as any info is out I will let you know.
Star Wars fans got a real treat from Sideshow Collectibles today via their Facebook page with a preview of the new 1:6th Darth Vader figure with reveal sculpt. No word on anything just yet on price or not but I would expect as we get closer to Comic-Con we’ll know more. Sideshow also via their Sideshow Experience page of an upcoming premium format for the character Hawkeye. Hot Toys and Sideshow have teamed up for one of Sideshow’s Comic-Con Exclusive in the USO Rescue Captain America 1:6th figure via their Facebook page.
Sideshow Collectibles via their Sideshow Experience and Facebook page have given fans of the Star Wars saga something to drool over. What might that be you ask? Well, its a preview of an upcoming statue in their Mythos line which started with Darth Maul. The character previewed you ask? It’s none other than I would venture to guess most Star Wars fans favorite Bounty Hunter Boba Fett. The video gives you a little insight into the making of this statue and I will include a pic from Sideshow that shows you a great group shot including Fett.
Check out the video at Sideshow’s great Sideshow Experience.