I can see why anyone may have this opinion of this scene, but I liked it because it kinda reminded me of the Han solo adventure novels. Maybe this was Disney's way to reintroduce Han and chewie while throwing some EU fans a bone.I'm not really interested in any figure specific to this sequence from the film. It felt out of place to me and was somehow reminiscent of the prequels. The pacing also seemed off and brought the film to a crawl.
I'm in the minority too then I guess. I loved that scene. Classic Han for me. I'd love to eventually get both gangs. I'd much rather have these guys than Sarco, Zuvio, Goss or a bunch of other blink and you miss them guys.I'm seriously in the minority here but I loved the scenes on Han's freighter. Tasu Leech (and hopefully Bala Tik one day) is definitely a pick up for me. These dudes were awesome. Give us his buddy next!
It was classic Han for sure. It was one of those scenes you imagined Han got himself into all the time, you know? And it was cool to actually see them. Not to mention the groups help expand the Star Wars universe a bit. We always knew there was a big crime underworld and we get glimpses of it with Greedo and Jabba. This time, we get to see actual gangs in action. I loved it.I'm in the minority too then I guess. I loved that scene. Classic Han for me. I'd love to eventually get both gangs. I'd much rather have these guys than Sarco, Zuvio, Goss or a bunch of other blink and you miss them guys.
yeah the "skirt" is a real advance. I hope this is the direction we are headed in. Look at the difference from Rey (for example) to this.This figure looks good - I'm definitely happy with the potf2 style separate "skirt" piece rather than visible articulation cuts at the hips and hope it is a sign of things to come (back). Elbows on this guy and I would have been really happy with him.