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Ken Robichaud | November 5th, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars

Star Wars Minifigures On Display

Lego Star Wars Minifig frame...

When I saw this great framing set up Artamir created to display his Star Wars minifigure collection I was not only impressed, but also reminded of this gigantic brick built one by madLEGOman.

Unfortunately, my figs spend their days parted out and sorted (seperately from the non-SW figs at least), undisplayed and unenjoyed. I do have plans to renovate my basement and this concept may account for some of the wall space I’ve mentally set aside for memorabilia.

So show me how you display your figs. Ace already did a review on a LEGO display case and some folks were quite interested in that option, while others seemed to have their own set ups. Post a pic here and share your most cherished possesions with the rest of us.

I mean the figs, not pictures of your kids.

Ken Robichaud | November 4th, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars

Underwear Revealed

Underwear Revealed

“One of the downsides of being a chrome stormtrooper is that whenever you bend over, your underwear shows. How embarrassing.” – okayaraman

What? It made me laugh. Still need to get me some chrome…

Don "Solo" Reitz | June 23rd, 2009 | News

Chrome Stormtroopers available on S@H

This is sure to displease anyone that picked them direct from LEGOLand, but the Chrome 10th Anniversary Stormtrooper Magneticon is now available direct from LEGO Shop at Home – for only $9.99! That’s quite a deal for a shiny limited edition minifigure, considering how much Vader and 3PO are worth.

Ace Kim | June 10th, 2009 | News

How To Get A Chrome Stormtrooper For Cost

If youre hankering for a chrome Stormtrooper and dont want to pay inflated prices, youre in luck. Maybe.

You can order a Chrome Stormtrooper directly from the park. Cost is $12.99 plus tax if you live in California, and shipping starts at $7 for UPS ground. If you take a peak at this page, there are three ways you can order: phone, fax or email. The reason I said maybe is because I have had no luck trying to hail someone using the phone method, but you may be luckier than me. If youre emailing or faxing, youll need the following part number: 4560075. This is actually a magnet set, and you only get it the one figure. But it comes in a neat little anniversary-themed package. Limit two per order.

Good luck!

Update: I’ve been told that the park can no longer accept any orders at this time due to wanting to save a supply for this weekends Star Wars Days. If anything changes, I will update this post once more.