They reused the old packaging text but no pistol actually comes with this release. These fly off the shelves in my area, although I suspect much of it is scalping and not collectors activity.Ago, thanks...did not know that. Looks like the old Trendmasters mold. Wonder what happened to the disintegrator pistol it was supposed to include?
Considering the corrected version is already shipping as a running change in Wave 23 (Cara Dune), I'm not convinced Hasbro nor the fans are that masochistic to pile on even more peg-warming, half-price figures. As I've said elsewhere, double-packing Bly made more sense in Wave 24. And, if there really is an overwhelming desire for corrected Lukes, they could have offered solid cases via fan-channel outlets.I think they’re doing it to correct their box misprint.
The first wave sold out around me, but then Walmart restocked and aren't moving very much. I've seen the same qtys there for a couple of weeks now.They reused the old packaging text but no pistol actually comes with this release. These fly off the shelves in my area, although I suspect much of it is scalping and not collectors activity.
That only explains why the figure was made, not why they're re-releasing it even after it's proven unpopular.I think we can assume they didn't think it was going to be a pegwarmer, but instead would be a very popular figure as the main Luke in stories for the time being.
My memory is that they announced it was going to be in the follow-up wave even before its first wave was released.That only explains why the figure was made, not why they're re-releasing it even after it's proven unpopular.
The contrast is amazing. They get in a crap load of JW and Toy Story. You look at the Star Wars section with nothing. Don’t get me started with Beyblade.