Star Wars Lucasfilm 50th Anniversary Figures Review
LUCASFILM 50TH ANNIVERSARY newest figures inspired by the Star Wars legacy from Hasbro are here. Included in this release are some vintage styled three and three quarter inch figures from Return of the Jedi. There’s Princess Leia Endor with helmet and blaster, AT-ST Driver with blaster, and Ewok Paploo with spear and dagger. Complete with the Kenner logo as well as the NEW 50 Lucasfilm logo, these awesome collectible figures are carded with the original look from their debut in the 80’s. The ARCHIVE Collection includes 4 Epic figures from Star Wars The Black Series. Each figure features premium design and articulation. Included in this set are the Tusken Raider from his first appearance in Star Wars: A New Hope. He comes with 4 weapon accessories. From Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the Archive Imperial Death Trooper. He comes with 2 weapons. The Imperial Hovertank Driver and the Shoretrooper. In the Vintage style, the Greedo figure is packaged as he was when first released in the late 70’s but this time as a special 6 inch figure. The packaging displays the vintage Kenner logo as well as the NEW 50 Lucasfilm logo. He comes with a blaster. Also sporting the 50 Lucasfilm logo as well as their original package design are Qui Gonn Jinn and Mace Windu for Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. These figures are stunningly formatted in the 6 inch Black Series style while maintaining a vintage look from 1999. These figures are designed for ages 4 and up. Fans and collectors will love adding these figures to their collections and each carded figure here is a work of displayable art.
Should I get it?
Though these are play line figures with accessories, it will be hard to open them due to their collectability. The packaging on these figures is special with details such as the 50th Lucasfilm logo and a printed timeline of all the Star Wars films and stories on the back of each figure. These figures are great. Fans and collectors will love adding these figures to their collections and each carded figure here is a work of displayable art.