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The hologram of Ben is interesting, but I don't get why the set is called "The Ghost"? If this show does surprise all of us and turn out to be watchable (many of us anticipated that The Clone Wars was going to be awful, but it was better than many of us had assumed it would be), I hope that Hasbro will offer some of these characters in the Black Series, or at least offer some sort of alternative besides these child-friendly 5 POA figures.
The cartoony look of the Clone Wars figures turned me off initially as well, but as I slowly developed a lukewarm appreciation for the show, the cartoonish CW figures slowly grew on me too. So you want figures based on the show, but you don't want them to look anything like the show.
Resurrecting Obi-Wan (if only as a ghost) shows respect for continuity with the previous games and shows.
And isn't this supposed to be set before Episode 4, which would account for Kenobi being a hologram and not a ghost?
While I'm still very skeptical about the show overall, any optimism that I have is bolstered by the fact that Dave Filoni is returning as a producer, but even more so because of Greg Weisman's involvement. Weisman is no stranger to collaborations with Disney, as his Gargoyles series is probably the most mature and substantial animated TV series that Disney has ever been affiliated with. Also, his recent work on Young Justice proves that Weisman still has the potential to produce some great animated stories. Disney has made tons of shows that have serious situations and involved plots ever seen Gargoyles?
The 5 poa is bad but it's where things are going now, the thing about making them in realistic style is ridiculous. They eventually made clone wars stuff in the realistic style but the actual toy line for the show was of course made to look like the cartoon. The season 1 finale for Star Wars Rebels aired on Disney XD last night and there were some big happenings. After last week’s tease of new Boba Fett playing cards, Cartamundi is now showing off their new Star Wars Rebels set. Lego usually schedules major releases of new sets for January and August and this year is no different.
There are no doubt many questions to be had with this event, but it's worth checking out.
By buriedbybricks in Canada, 05 Sep 2013 13:35It was a big hit with my little guy last year. By morph1138 in Canada, 05 Sep 2013 17:52I've never been to one of these things before and was going to bring my son.
By Ypres in Canada, 05 Sep 2013 20:06My sister worked at the store last time they had a minifigure swap.


By mattrolfson in Canada, 05 Sep 2013 23:32I am in Lethbridge, Alberta and the minifig swap is in my flyer, so Western Canada has it too.
By snophone in Canada, 05 Sep 2013 23:46I talked to an employee about the last time they did this and he said that right when they opened an older guy came in with a box of old junk minifigs and traded them for all of the ones on the employees badges.
By Ausone in Canada, 06 Sep 2013 09:18It says only 1 trade per person in the flyer so I guess they'll learning from last year. By slogghead in Canada, 06 Sep 2013 09:40The last time my TRU had this it was not theme specific. By Dodge in Canada, 07 Sep 2013 09:50I'm in central Canada (closer to geographical center, not Toronto) and am planning on going to trade today.
By josephliyen in Canada, 07 Sep 2013 11:47Haven't head out there but talked on the phone with the employees and learned that there are 5 different ones. By FuzzyBallz in United States, 07 Sep 2013 13:20Man, I wish we got that kinda event in the US. By josephliyen in Canada, 07 Sep 2013 13:53Hi all, reporting from tru the 5 figs are battle droid, a wing pilot, 2 different kinds of clone troopers and the tie fighter pilot. By Dodge in Canada, 07 Sep 2013 14:19^ I too took in 5 figs to trade (3 of them Jar Jar's) and walked out with the Battle droid, Blue-striped Clone, a white-hatted Rebel and the green A-Wing pilot. By Hemel in Canada, 07 Sep 2013 16:35Pretty much the same haul as mentioned above BUT!I managed to snag a 'Celebration Han', that someone had traded in, for a Commando Droid!!! By Tresillian in United Kingdom, 07 Sep 2013 19:54Are the clones standard ones or special release?
Brickset is a community of LEGO fans from around the world with a passion for sharing, discussing, recording and building. Between us we own 14,020,941 sets worth at least US$351,813,739 and containing 3,346,402,616 pieces. LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. Brickset, the Brickset logo and all content not covered by The LEGO Group's copyright is, unless otherwise stated, ©1997-2016 Brickset ltd. Not only is it horrid 5 poa stuff but it's that ugly cartoony animation look instead of looking like normal figures. I find it rather suspect that after the obliteration of everything eu the Jedi dude is suspiciously Kyle katarn-like. Basically certain employees have tags with a minifgure on it, and when someone asks to trade, they swap minifigures.
If it was to do this I would bring one of my old Star Wars minifig and hope for something better.


Each employee had three of five different characters to trade and most people respected the event and only traded minifigs in good condition. Expect something heavily sanitized and dumbed-down for a child audience: Mickey, Donald and Goofy in space, with blasters. Imperial Holocron is not affiliated with Lucasfilm, LTD, Hasbro or any other company licensed to produce or distribute STAR WARS® merchandise. Apparently the original selection was nothing I would've found special, but she brought me back an assassin droid that she'd been left with at the end of the day.
They couldnt say no and it ruined the day for all of the kids who were looking forward to getting a cool new figure so hopefully this doesn't happen like it did. I think everyone else would do the same; heck just grab any old random legs, torso, head and headgear and trade for it. Plan to bring my daughter so maybe she can pick up a fig or two.I am wondering why there is a Star Wars theme? I got the Clone Sergeant (green one), A-Wing Pilot and an Elite Clone Trooper (I think it was a trade in because it was the only one anyone had). The Kanan and Ezra are 5 points of articulation, while the Obi-Wan Hologram features no articulation. I don't recall the last minifigure swap being themed, so who knows what kind of selection the employees will start with or whether the kids coming in will only have generic or damaged minifigures. It's an interesting idead but I just don't see it working the way it's suppose to; the only way it could work if the employees had a bundle of new figures people could trade for. Whoever says US has the cheapest LEGO clearly haven't check out the prices in other countries or gone into a TRU. From what I heard from my sister, it's really nothing special us adults would be interested in. You're better off shopping at LEGO [email protected] for the bonus mini sets or mini figs, or do your shopping at Target where they consistently have clearance sales, giving you between 30% to 50% savings. I would rather get caught shopping at Wal-Mart than giving my money to those greedy people at TRU.



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