We've known it was limited articulation since the first pics showed up. Other than that I think it looks good. Only issues I have is the holes on the other side of the head (not seen in this pic above) where all the screws are keeping the head together, that seems a bit of a sloppy design to me. The other thing being the gun that fires. I'd prefer it to be a more accurate non-firing version, but something tells me we're not gonna have that option like we did for the Snowspeeder.It does look cool, and something I would have bought. If it more articulation. I'm already losing interest quickly enough, that I don't buy like I used too. So doing this to to something I may have bought, puts it right into the non buy column.
A bit bigger would make this awesome. I still like it personally, but I know what you mean.Nice pics Chewie. I like the Walker but seeing it now... it's definitely under scaled, which is annoying. I had hope for three in the cockpit. I guess I never looked at the show pics closely enough...I didn't mind lack of articulation, but thought it would be just a wee bit bigger. Looks like they're going that way with all the vehicles, to fit the price. Man..i nope we don't see a skiff In the show...
You have made me want another AT ST though.
Target will be putting these in the same spot for the 3.75" vehicles from what I understand. They will "share" that spot on the shelf.The way things are looking, is Toys R Us the only to that will be getting these? I didn't see a shelf sticker for these at Target or Walmart. Target has a sticker for 3-3/4 vehicles, but not the Rebels.
It should. Both are based on the pre-pro designs of the AT-ST.Reminds me a lot of the comic-strip scout walker from the early '80s.
Yes, and that sketch was by Joe Johnston and not McQuarrie as Lucasfilm seems to forget. Nothing against Ralph, but Joe had really awesome designs in the OT.It should. Both are based on the pre-pro designs of the AT-ST.