I'd be all for soft goods actually. I think it'd work with this figureMARK2D2 said:Okay, I'm probably in the minority on this concept --- but I am definitely hoping for soft goods. . . I mean. . . she's gotta fit into that newly purchased land speeder, right?
No one knew about jedi robes in 1977darthconlan said:
grrr thats probably my #1 pet peeve in all of star wars.darthconlan said:
Mine, too. It's so silly! The whole Jedi robes thing made no sense. Ben is in hiding and so he runs around wearing a Jedi uniform? Um, okay. . .E_CHU_TA said:
I believe there was a little blurb in the Episode I Visual Dictionary talking about how Jedi wear robes that are similar to those worn by regular folks throughout the galaxy, to show that they are one with the common people or something.E_CHU_TA said:grrr thats probably my #1 pet peeve in all of star wars.
that the normal civilian desert people clothes of tattoine have been turned into the traditional jedi outfit because obi wan wore them.do people not understand that ben was hiding and not flaunting around in jedi robes.
andway i love cantina guys,and have alway liked wioslea,but its the last cantina figure i ever thought they would make just because it seems it would be very hard to make that head with all the appendages look good.
Err I don't like those hands because they look silly and out of place, I hope Hasbro actually change them but I'm not going to lose sleep over it if they dont.matt292 said:Here's a link to Wioslea's page, just to show more images, including one of Hoove-like hands, which I hope Hasbro get right
I so agree. Thanks for posting that picture, too, whoever did that. . . The more and more I look at this, the more and more it appears that soft goods will make or break this figure. . . Oh, sure, I'll probably buy it either way. . . But Wioslea practically BEGS for soft-goods both with the hood issues and the fact that he's supposed to drive off in his recently purchased Landspeeder. . .Connyr said:Yup, strangely enough not every figure should come with a blaster to hold.
I like the hands remind me of the Vintage BSG Imperial Leader figure.
Bingo, like the POTF2 Ackbar. Really though I'd rather they threw in some Tatooine junk then a blaster (maybe that WED droid with the blue head?). I'm thinking though with Hasbro's latest offerings, the figure will come with no accessories. They've gotten lazy and stingy as of late.CaptainJack said:If Hasbro wants to put a gun in there- and I'm sure they do- they can come up with a way to clip it on to the wrist or something. No need to alter the hands just for the gun.
That's dumb. I hate these fan-made commentaries. Obi-Wan could have easily found a planet where everyone wears purple jumpsuits, and still be undetected. He didn't HAVE to wear those robes. Luke was sent to Tatooine to live with the Lars family because they were family.AlrikFassbauer said:One of the most interesting characters of the whole movies !
- more than strange look
- full of mysteries ...
However, I cannot find the text anymore (I thought it was in the Technical Commentaries hosted over there at www.TheForce.net, but I can't find it anymore), where someone mused about the fact that nearly ALL people living on Tatooine wear something that resembles Jedi clothes ...
I think, the author also had Wioslea in mind.
This leads to Ben Kenobi not being detected on Tatooine, since almost EVERYONE wars similar light robes ...
I thought that this was an interesting thought.