Star Wars Rebel Concept Figure. First off, I know this is newest uploads, for the whole site to see, but it IS in the Star Wars channel, so if you dislike it be
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Star Wars Rebel Concept Figure

First off, I know this is newest uploads, for the whole site to see, but it IS in the Star Wars channel, so if you dislike it because it's nerdy or stupid or whatever, please ignore it and hit next, instead of thumbing it down. Again, sorry if you had to see a post about a topic you are not interested in, but this site is home to

Second, just picked up this figure yesterday with some of my birthday money, along with the concept Han Solo, thoughts on the figures? Do any of you guys have them, and, if so, what do you like/dislike about them? I personally love these figures, the concept rebel makes for a great Coruscant-type guard.

...Also, if any of you don't have this figure, I will do a quick review: Solid paint apps, sweet figure, lots of removable parts(armor) cool gun, and 12 points of articulation. Although this character is lacking in the standard 14 point articulation category, (I do not even know if I can safely say that is the standard anymore, however, seeing as the Clone Wars figures were the most produced ones and the majority of them did not have ankle joints) the figure is still stood up with ease, his feet are the perfect size and shape so that he stands up very well. Overall awesome figure, with a new (the figure is from 2008, so not new in normal terms, new in that it was made just for the figure) head sculpt, resembling, in my opinion, the one used for the Mij Gilamar figure, but a bit less chubby. As I said, this is a great figure that I will be using as a coruscant guard-type guy. 10/10

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Submitted: 05/18/2013
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#19 - dashgamer (05/19/2013) [+] (16 replies)
OP, who in their right mind would bitch about this awesome figurine? Stuff like that has the allure that drew me into sci-fi, and Star Wars specifically, in the first place, and it is timelessly awesome.
#20 to #19 - majortomcomics (05/19/2013) [-]
I honestly don't even know how people could, it got like -3 thumbs, but typically, you'll get assholes who see stuff on newest uploads and since it is not one of their interests, they bitch about it, so I just wanted them to "move along, move along." Anyways, it really is an awesome figure and if you are an action figure guy, and you don't have it yet, you should get it for sure.
By the way, is the 'Dash' in your name for Dash Rendar?
User avatar #1 - huntergriff ONLINE (05/18/2013) [+] (25 replies)
you should post concept han. also, you're lucky i haven't been able to find any of these it's all stuff from the clone wars down here.
#6 to #4 - majortomcomics (05/18/2013) [-]
So, let me start off by saying, this figure looks awesome. The picture does not do him justice, like in the case of the rebel trooper. Also, he has a 30's sci-fi T.V serial look to him, which is the kind of stuff George based Star Wars off of. Anyways, when McQuarrie was contracted, the thought of pretty much everyone having lightsabers was being considered, since the importance of a lightsaber had not yet been elaborated on. Consequently, this figure came with a lightsaber, as it was drawn in McQuarrie's concepts. Now, the lightsaber just looks awesome, a very translucent blue, and it comes with the ignited saber, and a lightsaber hilt, so that you can have one to put on his belt, and one for when he is using it. The blaster it comes with is also very nice, retro, 30's, typical old-school ray gun type deal, but sleeker. Now, onto the figure. A cape, I'd say the color is just a shade or two darker than the rest of his jump suit. Very cool touch with a nice armor, chest box thingy, Darth Vader or X-Wing pilot type deal going on, but with less buttons. The paint applications are superb, with all the colors complimenting one another. The cape is removable, and with it goes the chest box thing, since it's connected. He looks just as cool without it. Even though it is removable, you shouldn't have problem with it moving out of place. Onto the rest of the figure, cool new head sculpt, with a Kyle Katarn-esque beard going on.
Articulation: 12 points of articulation, again, no ankle joints (He displays a wider stance, but not too wide, making him even easier to stand up than he already is, and it's not too wide or anything, so he doesn't look like he's ready to ride a horse or anything). I realized I hadn't gone over the types of articulation in the Rebel figure, however, which can be inconvenient. So, Ball jointed head, swivel hands,waist, and legs, and ball-hinged elbows, shoulders, and knees. I would give this figure a solid 9/10, personally. The reason being, I just prefer armored, security type figures (which is why the rebel concept figure was a 10/10 when he would have usually been a 9.)
I hope my review was not too tedious for you to read, this is the first time I've given toy reviews, so this is a new experience for me.
User avatar #16 - Maroon (05/19/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Woody + Storm Trooper + Toad + Vault Dweller = that
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