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  1. #11
    Liked the vehicles; My favorite vehicle in the POTJ line was definitely the Tie Bomber; this was the first time the vehicle was ever made for the 3 3/4 figures, and it really turned out well.

    Also liked the Tie Interceptor; the molded wings were a huge improvement over the 1983 Vintage version....

    The B-wing Fighter was also superb, and I liked the packaging. That being said, I do regret not getting TVC B-wing when I saw it on sale at Marshalls?! a couple of years back....
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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ThallJoben View Post
    Liked the vehicles; My favorite vehicle in the POTJ line was definitely the Tie Bomber; this was the first time the vehicle was ever made for the 3 3/4 figures, and it really turned out well.

    Also liked the Tie Interceptor; the molded wings were a huge improvement over the 1983 Vintage version....

    The B-wing Fighter was also superb, and I liked the packaging. That being said, I do regret not getting TVC B-wing when I saw it on sale at Marshalls?! a couple of years back....
    I agree. These were great ships and looked great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MishearingVoices View Post
    I just finished reading several of your blog entries. I really enjoyed reading them, good job i appreciate a good read.

  4. #14
    I just want to praise this line as one of the best SW lines ever! It brought SW back from the dead of the EP1 disaster. It also cemented the proper scale of characters in the line ever since...well until recently with Hasbro slipping back to the dark ages.

    Suidhead, FX-7, Snaggletooth, DS Hologram and even the dumb Boss Nass character still look amazing today! They still are in my collection.
    The B-Wing deco rocks (I upgraded the cockpit to the newer sculpt because it's still the best looking B-wing to date).

  5. #15
    I don't know if I'd call the EP1 line a "disaster."
    For the first movie line in around 20 years for the brand it was actually quite good with some solid figures.
    The issue was just the mass production of it all, which I don't mind because it means the figures I don't have are generally easy and cheap to acquire.

  6. #16
    I do believe this was my favorite Star Wars action figure line... all the figures seemed to have great detail, and had the proper articulation where necessary. I also really enjoyed how they went out on a limb with some of the EU stuff -- fun for the imagination. Also, vehicles and deluxe figures from this line were superb.

  7. #17
    Glad the underrated POTJ line is still getting some appreciation - about 15-16 years after it's first release (2000-2001/2002). I remember many of the figures were extremely HTF @ retail, especially Snaggletooth and the Rebel Fleet Trooper.

    POTJ Squidhead is definitely one of the best SW figures of all time. And, don't forget Amanaman - the POTJ version was superior to the POTF '85 version - and that original version was great as well.

  8. #18
    I picked up a loose Luke Pilot and Han DS Escape from this line last week. I never had either of those POTJ figures. I really like the both even with limited articulation. Luke doesn't really Need any more and Han makes for a nice Display figure.
    #1 want: Admiral Piett (3.75" TVC line)

    I'd like to exercise my right to free speech, but I really don't have anything to say at the moment.

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    I really loved and I mean loved this line. I trolled my local TRU and Wal-Mart daily. Sometimes twice a day. Especially Wal-Mart. I would stop by late at night when they were putting the boxes out to restock the shelves. I would also travel some distance to visit other TRUs & Wal-Marts to get what I could. The hardest figure in my area to get were the Stormtrooper and the elusive Princess Leia. My first Leia came when my mom was out in LA for work. Knowing that I needed it she bought and surprised me.
    "Who's scruffy looking!?!?"

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    I also love the B-wing. I picked up two of them at $10 a piece when Target lowered the price. The same happened with the AT-AT. They were between $80 and $100 each. TRU marked them down to $20 a piece so I bought several of them. All of them are still boxed except for one.
    "Who's scruffy looking!?!?"

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