legomatt wrote:Having looked at the comparison photos in that site review, I reeeeeeeaally wish they'd added Cloud City style print to the arms and legs of the soon-to-be released latest Fett, to make him the ultimate Fett. After all, they've clearly gone to a lot of effort to make him a 'near' perfect fett, those little details would go some way to removing the word 'near'.
legomatt wrote:Incidentally, is it just me, or am i alone in thinking it feels wrong (no problem with others doing it) to pull arms off a lego person? I've never done it, ever.
For me, (just my own personal feeling here, i have no issue with what other people do) the arms of a lego minifig aren't really supposed to come off, for me it's just a movable joint. Of course, I know they can come off if you pull them off, but its just not for me, it would feel too much like i'm breaking and fixing it again. It doesn't feel 'designed' or 'intended' to come off.
bigj22 wrote:cool , just a matter of time before it hits the US. Now I dont have to spend 50-75 dollars for it.
vynsane wrote:Grogall over at ToysNBricks found a link to the Hong Kong TRU site that has the white Boba Fett as a freebie promo:
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