Hasbro says its lead time is a year and a half (normally) to a year (insane rare scramble). With Lord & Miller having been dumped during the earlier stages of work on the Solo line, they probably punted the later waves down the road to a) guard against the possibility of a delayed movie releasing in Dec, and b) guard against the effects of any character design or scene changes as much as possible.Still baffled this is all wave 4 and beyond. They should've just skipped wave 1-3 expect Moloch.
I'm pretty sure a ball joint counts as 2 POA like a ball hinge. The 2 points being front-back and side-side.Got her today. Very nice for a 6POA figure.
Head and neck have ball joints. Arms and Legs make up the normal 4 POA. The dangling wires may impede sitting a bit but they are softer plastic.
id REALL REALLY rather not imagine that.Still possible! Her upper body was brought along. Lando could've stored it before losing the Falcon to Solo.
So Lobot was basically Lando's attempt to bring back L3 despite not having her 'soul' on hand. Imagine Lobot going "It works"
i kind of like the irony of (and i love her character so im not going to bash her) all her whining about freedom and equal rights only to be come immobile and enslaved as part of the falconAnd her torso and head are also based on an Astromech's body and dome. According to Wookieepedia, she's not an assembly-line model, but she has rebuilt herself into her current body. I like to think she started out as an immobile navigating computer and built herself a bipedal body over the course of several years because she yearned of freedom.
I meant 3.75” BS and not 6”. I don’t collect the 6” line either.She has a TBS figure (not that I collect those), but ya - little chance of a TVC release. This basic version has really grown on me - at first I wasnt a fan of the popsicle legs, but I appreciate it much more now that the basic line is gone - we had it good for Solo.