[Hasbro] Rogue One: Jyn Erso Imperial Ground Crew Disguise Review

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For our last review of the 3rd wave, it’s Jyn Eros in Imperial Ground Crew Disguise! It’s basically a repaint of the Imperial Ground Crew from wave 1 except they painted the gloves and the shoes and you can remove the helmet to see Jyn’s face. In terms of accessories, she has a helmet, the two sticks to guide the ships landing and a big accessory. It would have been nice to add the gun she gives K-2SO on Scarif. For the face, it is not that bad, it is closer from what they did with the Black Series than with the single carded Jedha version but it’s not quite exactly that. Apart from that, I don’t have much to say as I already mentioned it was a repaint of a figure I already reviewed.

Comparison with the Imperial Ground Crew:

[Hasbro] Rogue One: Shoretrooper Review

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Today we’re reviewing the Shoretrooper. He has the big accessory and a rifle. The rifle is a repaint of the Squad Leader’s one that came in the 2-pack with Moroff. It was a good idea to release the basic Shoretrooper in the single card line as it’s the one collectors are most likely to army build rather than a Squad Leader or a Captain.

Concerning the paint apps, they are not as good as the Black Series one but not bad either and the armor is clean, no weathering so it gives a too clean vibe to the figure. For a 5POA figure, it’s a nice figure. Hasbro is usually good with the troopers.

Here’s a picture for comparison with the Squad Leader and the Black Series trooper. You can see a real color difference. This Shoretrooper is quite pale comparing to the two others. They should have used the same colors as the Squad Leader, it would have fit with the other 5POA instead of going in those tones. It’s a bit strange to be honest.

[Hasbro] Rogue One: Death Trooper Specialist Review

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Today, we’re reviewing the Death Trooper Specialist. He obviously has the big accessory but also his gun. About the gun, I don’t understand why Hasbro only gave this gun to the Death Troopers (and the blaster as well to the Black Series one) while in the movie, we also see the Specialists using a bigger riffle and it would have been nice to have it as an accessory as well instead of the big missile launcher that is not in the film. The gun is painted all in the same color without any details, it’s about the same as the Death Trooper figure that came with Pao in a 2-pack.

My biggest complain on this figure would be the visor on the side of the helmet. It’s not removable like the one on the Black Series Death Trooper. The thing is when you watch Rogue One and you take a look at the Specialists, most of them don’t have that visor unlike the normal Death Troopers so I wouldn’t call this figure quite screen accurate. The specialist equipment is not a “repack” of the one used for the Black Series one, it’s actually very different in the way that things are not placed exactly the same way and it feels a bit weird unfortunately. Apart from that for a 5POA, it’s a great figure definitely and it’s easy to army-build this one as it’s not an exclusive and it’s not part of a 2-pack! The rest of the figure is quite accurate and has good paint apps, which is very important. If you can’t get the Black Series one, this one is the one to go with for sure.

Here’s a comparison with the Death Trooper and the Black Series Death Trooper. You can see that the Specialist is not just a repack of the basic Death Trooper, the paint apps are definitely different especially on the helmet, it looks better.

[Hasbro] Rogue One: Bodhi Rook Review

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We’re continuing with our reviews of the third wave, today it’s Bodhi Rook! I’m not sure why we had to wait three waves to get one of the main characters of Rogue One but at least we finally got him! For once, the big accessory included with the figure is an accessory from the movie! This is exactly what Hasbro should do with every figure and not give them some weird missile launcher coming from nowhere. Bodhi’s accessory is the backpack he uses in the movie during the battle of Scarif. It’s screen accurate and it has good paint apps.

He also has a rebel blaster painted in grey, so this one doesn’t have good paint app, a little bit more of details would have been a lot better. About the figure itself, it has good paint apps and is nicely detailed; his vest too and it can be removed to have Bodhi like he is before the battle of Scarif. When it comes to the accessories, this figure is really great. For the face, it is not that bad for the 5POA line, there is some likeness. Overall, Hasbro did a satisfying work on this one!

The Rogue One crew all together:

[Hasbro] Rebels: Grand Admiral Thrawn Review

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To start the week, we’re going to review the figure of Grand Admiral Thrawn! He’s part of the third wave of the Rogue One toyline and is an animated figure from Star Wars Rebels.

The figure I’m reviewing is the second version, the one with the correct colors on his rank insignia. The first version was incorrect and only had the rank insignia blue and red. This figure is hard enough to find and Hasbro had to make a mistake with it, which is definitely driving the collectors mad.

As usual with this toyline, the figures are only 5 POA. Thrawn has his blaster that can fit in its holster and also a big accessory that doesn’t need to be mentioned again and again, this year it’s not the BAW but more useless accessory. The blaster is screen accurate and seems to have the right paint apps. Concerning the figure itself, Hasbro doesn’t do a lot of Rebels figures but the one they do are some of the best from their recent lines. It seems they put some extra care to do them or just that this style of animated figures is easier to do than the realistic ones? It’s a great figure, screen accurate and rather good paint apps. He is a welcome addition to the line, now Hasbro needs to give us the Ghost crew in their season 3 outfits to go with it!

Size comparison with Rebels Stormtroopers, you can notice he is a bit taller:

Force Friday Returning on September 1

It is now official Force Friday will return this year on September 1 for the launch of The Last Jedi merchandise around the world unlike last year event for Rogue One when it was only a few countries and not much followed. It’s the official site that broke the news by revealing what the packaging for TLJ will look like, it features Rey, Poe and Finn! It’s actually nice to see good guys on packaging, it doesn’t happen very often.

You can notice Rey has a new haircut and the Skywalker lightsaber, Finn has kept Poe’s jacket and a white clothe underneath. This is our first look at the characters in Episode VIII

[Hasbro] Rogue One: First Look At New Figures

Screenrant has the first look at brand new figures from Rogue One that includes Bistan and a shoretrooper Captain along with figures from wave 4 that will be available for online stores and we know now that Fenn Rau will be part of this wave! These figures will be available in Spring and contrary to what Jedi Temple Archives had discovered, wave 4 will be available in stores not just online!