onions wrote:StarWars.com revealed yesterday Lucasfilm Licensing’s new brand packaging to appear across all their licensees products for 2012, all in an attempt to get you to see Episode I all over again in 3D.
Blacknight wrote:I can't believe Lego will be willing to put a grinning devil's face on the front of all their boxes.... not sure that's going to appeal to a lot of parents and it seems inconsistent with the Lego brand image. I love the current Rex trooper box art, it's iconic without drawing too much attention to itself. I'll probably stop worrying about collecting nice Lego boxes once Maul's leering mug is splattered across all of them.
GIR3691 wrote:Yeah, I find the box art repulsive. I mean the clone art was at least subtle. The clone almost blends into the blue background (or at least I don't notice him). With this, everything has Darth Maul stupidly grinning at you. He's right there to say hello. The stuff prior to this was very color-coordinated. This is a black and red character over a calm blue background. Why does it have to be on everything?
What ever happened to Darth Maul being downplayed to not overshadow Vader? Now his ugly mug's pasted over every Star Wars product for an entire year? Ugh.
Supersonic wrote:nobody is going to see the differences between the Rebels and ESB AT-AT. Definitely not kids.
samtheq wrote:Are we 100% sure that Lego is using this art too? This photo is Hasbro's new art...but some of the comments mentioned that Lego would have to match...! That makes no sense to me. Why should Lego products look exactly like Hasbro ones?
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