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« on: April 27, 2010, 02:19:11 PM »

JTWR - HASBRO STAR WARS Q&A ROUNDUP - WEEK OF APRIL 27th, 2010


Thanks for checking out JTWR's roundup of all of the Hasbro Q&A sessions from around the web.  This week's answers come in a little late as Hasbro has slid back the time to answer.  The roundup is continually updating as we get more and more responses posted at the participating websites.  If you know of a site that's participating in the Q&A's but isn't represented in our roundup, please drop us a line with a hyperlink to that site's Q&A.


You can check out each site's postings by clicking on the website title.  And please do, as some of these websites need the traffic.  The Star Wars Q&A's are posted alphabetically.

Also be sure to check back as we distill the Q&A's down to the real nitty gritty with out Q&A Headlines.  That is where we give you real news that comes out of the Q&A:  newly confirmed items, assortments, exclusive details, etc.  And feel free to post about what Hasbro is saying in the Q&A process here in the Jedi Temple War Room.

Now onto the questions from JTWR and our affiliate Jedi Temple Archives!


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QUESTION:  The updated versions of Agen Kolar and Plo Koon in last year's basic figure line up were quite a nice surprise. Both figures look absolutely amazing and are certainly a major improvement compared to recent releases. Since the Jedi play a major part of the prequel trilogy I presume that we may see at least one or two in the Vintage Collection. Do you have any plans to release new, movie accurate versions of  Ki Adi Mundi, Eeth Koth, Adi Galia, Shaak Ti, Pablo Jill, Barriss Offee or Cin Drallig in 2010 / 2011?

ANSWER:  At some point, we hope to get to all of these, eventually.  Right now, Barriss Offee is in the works for Spring '11.  Cin Drallig was in the line for 2011, but got bumped to 2012.  We have yet to craft the full 2012 plan but we will try to keep him there, and there is a strong likelihood that several others from your list will also make their way into the line in 2012.


QUESTION:  The vintage collection has the Star Wars collecting community chomping at the bit.  And the cards of the Vintage Collection's basic figure line present a whole range of questions.  We've seen questions about J-hooks, blister sizes and more.  But there's also some serious curiosity about a couple of things.  Chief among them is how will the prequel movie logos look on the classic black and silver cardback?  And on a related note, will characters from A NEW HOPE feature the STAR WARS logo?  With that in mind, would a sneak peek at some of the cardbacks be possible?

ANSWER:  Characters from EpIV will have packing featuring the Star Wars logo, just like the Vintage figures we have done to date.  The prequels will be handled like EpV or EpVI - he movie logo inside a Star Wars holding shape.  We would send you an image of what the first prequel characters (EpIII wave) will look like, but we have not yet received samples packages.  We'll follow up when we have something to share.




JEDI TEMPLE ARCHIVES


QUESTION:  The appearance of young Boba Fett in the season finale trailer for STAR WARS - THE CLONE WARS has the collecting community abuzz.  We've already heard that a CLONE WARS Bossk (who is in the trailer) may be on the way in figure form.  But what about young Boba, and in that same regard his ship, Slave I?  Can we expect them in the fall lineup for CLONE WARS as well?

ANSWER:  We will confirm that a young Clone Wars Boba figure is on the way. As for Slave I – we cannot confirm nor deny.  You will have to stay tuned.


QUESTION:  Pons Limbic was an amazing action figure that came with perhaps an even more amazing accessory: the awesome Cantina table. And to date we are slowly but surely getting bits and pieces of the entire Cantina over time. What we are missing however are the chairs that go along with this table. Maybe you can resurrect the “who shot first” controversy and release a Han Versus Greedo themed Battle Pack? It could include Han Solo, Greedo, the Pons Limbic table, and then the new pieces could be 2 chairs. Perhaps even can add another Cantina bystander like a corrected Hrcheck Kal Fas (Hint.) We think it would make a divine set and it will certainly help you out with tooling costs and yet provide kids and collectors with something new!

ANSWER:  Thanks for the good word. We think the chair is a good accessory to include with future Cantina patrons, if we can afford to add it and if it fits in the pack (will be a challenge for Vintage figures for sure). We have no plans for a Cantina-themed Battle Pack but there are still some interesting things we'd like to do with the Cantina, if we ever got the chance, so we would not rule out doing one some day.




And now to continue on through the online Star Wars collecting community:


ACTION FIGURE INSIDER


QUESTION:  With the popularity of the TITANIUM Series ships the OUTRIDER and NEBULON- B FRIGATE, any possible chance we will see a re-issue of those?

ANSWER:  Titanium is still on hiatus, and has not been scheduled for a return to the toy aisle (meaning it is two years away, at best, if it does return at all).  If it does, we will look at high-demand ships for potential re-release.  


QUESTION:  I know we are still in the midst of the Empire Strikes Back anniversary celebration, but as we look forward to the inevitable Return of the Jedi anniversary celebration is there any chance you would consider re-doing/updated the Speeder Bike mold that you guys have been using since 1984 (much like you have done with the Millennium Falcon, Snowspeeder, X-wing, Twin-Pod Cloud Car, etc.)?    It seems like that would be a cool update using today’s technology and an opportunity to make it more screen accurate.

ANSWER:  A new Speeder Bike is one thing that we are considering for a re-do, even in advance of the 30th of EpVI.  Right now we are seeing if 2011 is a possibility or not, but we hope within the next couple of years at least.




ACTION FIGURE NEWS


QUESTION:  The Expanded Universe figure of Sigel Dare has a different style of paint than the previous Imperial Knights figures. Her armor is glossier and even a lighter shade than Antares and Ganner's suits.  Was a decision made to change the look of the armor or did this just happen by accident?

ANSWER:  Originally, it was out intent to have all Imperial Knights have that more metallic paint scheme from day one. However, the factory did not get it right on the first batch and we had to go without it. We faced a choice with the Sigel Dare pack, of matching the previous deco, for consistency, or pursuing the metallic deco when it was available because it looked really good and was a better match to the source material.

QUESTION:  I watch The Clone Wars in Canada on Teletoon virtually every week (sometimes multiple times per week as they are rerunning Season 1 on a daily basis).
I don't recall ever seeing a commercial for Star Wars toys during these episodes. While it's possible that I simply missed them, does Hasbro buy advertising space from networks like Teletoon to advertise the toy lines during the program?

ANSWER:  In Canada, there are strict child advertising guidelines and toy companies are precluded from advertising on shows for the products from the toy line of that show. The same rules exist in the U.S. and many other countries as well.





To be continued.
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JTWR - HASBRO STAR WARS Q&A ROUNDUP - WEEK OF APRIL 27th, 2010 - PART 2



ALLSPARK


QUESTION:  While we know that there is no full redeco planned for the 3 3/4" scale Clone Wars Y-Wing, is there any possibility of a deco inversion? Instead of white and yellow, yellow and white? So that fans could have a show-accurate deco for Anakin and Ahsoka's bomber.

ANSWER:  Right now there are no more versions planned on the Y-Wing. It is likely we would do the red deco next, if and when we release another one. We are hopeful that we'll get to a new version in 2011 or 2012.


QUESTION:  What scale is the upcoming Crossovers Yoda in robot mode? Will he be shorter than the other Crossovers robots?

ANSWER:  He will be a little both shorter than other Star Wars Transformers robots. It's still basically the same size vehicle, so the difference won't he buge but it will be noticeable.




ASM ZINE


QUESTION:  What processes do you use to prototype larger, interactive toys — playsets, large vehicles, etc? When in the prototyping process do they get kid-tested, and if so, how do you handle the prototypes around potentially-rowdy youngsters? We’re curious as to the behind-the-scenes processes of creating and testing these one-of-a-kind conceptual pieces.

ANSWER:  We typically build models out of foam to spec out the rough dimesnions and crude functionality, typically for demonstration to management for the go-ahead to proceed to tooling. Our kid testing for larger vehicles typically happens much later in in the cycle, as soon as early but functional pre-production product becomes available. We generally don’t test concepts for larger vehicles with kids unless the choice is between two recognizable vehicles and we can only select one for further development; typically, kids are not able to direct us meaningfully without models they can play with.


QUESTION:  With regards to the upcoming Force FX lightsabers, how will the blades be made removable? Will there still be the string of LEDs in the blade, with a quick-detach, or is it going to a single, powerful LED in the hilt that will light up the entire blade?

ANSWER:  The technology will be the same as the current non-removable FX blades, with a way to detach them light-bulb style from the handle. Each one will have a collar that will “trap” the blade in the hilt, and once the blade is removed the collar can be put back on. Each one has a sound, like a short circuit, that signals when you try to power it on but the blade is not connected. This is similar to the blade being shorted out by cortosis or something else that would have shorted the blade.




BANTHA SKUll


QUESTION:  With the success of the most recent fan poll, it's obvious that more KOTOR figures are wanted. Bastila Shan is a great character and many of us are excited to be getting her. Are there any shots of her (in any stage of production) that you can provide us so that we can tease the rest of the fan world with?

ANSWER:  As soon as we have anything to share, it will run in Toy Fare first. As the "backbone" of the final poll, we have promised that we willd debut the Bastila imagery there as it becomes available. We will likely have something later this Fall. Stay tuned.


QUESTION:  The recent Exar Kun/Ulic Qel-Droma comic pack is great. This has gotten us thinking about additional Tales of the Jedi figures. One obvious choice would be Nomi Sunrider. There has been consistent rumors about a trademark issue with the Sunrider name, but details are sketchy at best. We know that the comic packs are gone (for now), but, hypothetically, is Nomi "off limits" due to the legal issues or not?

ANSWER:  We are not aware of any legal issues, but regardless there is no Nomi Sunrider figure in the works. She was originally slotted in as a late 2010 Comic Pack if the line had continued, but no work was ever done on her. It is doubtful that we will get to her or other Tales of the Jedi figures unless Comic Packs somehow return one day.




COLLECTION STATION


QUESTION:  Usually, the only figures whose heads are painted rather than cast in flesh-tone plastic are those with a sculpted helmet, hood or large hair so the plastic matches the majority of the head. Though understandable, those painted faces aren't always that successful, noses are rubbed off by packaging, paint masks miss targets so they either over- or under-shoot, and the facial features don't look as crisp. Recently though, this has crept onto regular figures without hoods or the like. Evolutions Jango Fett is supposed to be a premium figure but has that - yes, it's likely a costing issue since it'd be the only flesh-toned part on the figure, but this is supposed to be a definitive version. Col Dyer from the Battle for Endor battle pack has flesh hands yet a painted head. And now Luke Tatooine from the Resurgence of the Jedi pack is the same way, that's an iconic figure with an impressive new sculpt, yet its sullied by the painted head syndrome. Maybe it's fine for kids, but these are collector-themed figures we're talking about, and too often it's sloppily applied and prone to the problems mentioned above, not to mention it softens the sculpted facial features you guys work hard to produce. So why use painted heads on those sorts of figures? Will there be a focus to lean on this less in the future? Might those Jango and Luke figures get cast instead of painted heads on their next runs?

ANSWER:  We decide which parts get tooled together based on keeping the overall costs down (tooling and deco are both considered in the equation), and this means that we have to have the flexibility to shift one way or the other. Our toys are produced on a very large scale (with factories engages in many lines and figures at once) and the need to keep production smooth is critical to our operations; not just for Star Wars but every Hasbro line. We consider our figures playthings, rather than purely collectibles, and we try to get the best results we can without bringing the production line to a halt to address smaller deco issues, or drive costs up by setting standards that are very difficult for our factories to meet.


QUESTION:  In a previous Q&A, you mentioned that "[Hasbro] will continue working with Sideshow on their 12" figure program." As we know, Sideshow sub-licenses their 12" Star Wars through Hasbro's Star Wars license, but the intricacies of this relationship are not fully understood. With your recent comment above, collectors are ever more curious as to how exactly Hasbro and Sideshow work together on that 12" figure line. What types of input and interaction does Hasbro have into the Star Wars items that Sideshow produces?

ANSWER:  The line is sub-licensed by Hasbro, but we let Sideshow work directly with Lucasfilm to create the line that they feel will meet the demands of collectors. We have not provided any character selection input or direction, for example, but have occasionally consulted on various aspects of the strategy over the years. Overall, though, our guidance is minimal




To be continued.
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JTWR - HASBRO STAR WARS Q&A ROUNDUP - WEEK OF APRIL 27th, 2010 - PART 3



CORE PLANETS


QUESTION:  What has happened to the last wave of Titanium ships? They haven't been spotted anywhere in our city (St. Louis, MO), and some stores have already removed the pegs for Titanium. Will we still see them soon, or are we out of luck? -Rosemaster

ANSWER:  Titanium was discontinued in Fall 2009. At this point, your only chance to get the missing vehicles is an Internet retailer (such as Entertainment Earth) who still has inventory, or an online auction site.


QUESTION:  Exactly how limited will the exclusive Con comic packs (Maul and Owen, Cammie and Fixxer) be and is there any preliminary plans to make the cancelled Legacy comic pack( Darth Nihl and Delilah Blue) available to fans?

ANSWER:  As a rule, we don't release production numbers on any of our toys (with certain rare expectations) because this information is a trade secret. The release numbers, thought, peg it at just below the last waves of the Legacy/Droid Factory basic figures and a little shorter than the last "Smiling Luke" Comic-Con exclusive, which did not sell through and was amply available as it did not sell through at the Convention or afterwards online at HasbroToyShop.com. If this set does well, we expect that the Darth Nihl and Deliah Blue set, if it is not picked up by a retailer before then, will become a future Comic Con exclusive along with some other Comic Packs that were put on hold in the last year.





CREATURE CANTINA


QUESTION:  As CreatureCantina.com has just celebrated our 9-year anniversary, is there anything you'd like to say to us to ... I don't know ... congratulate us? You could tell us how much you enjoy our site or how we always send the best questions. Or you could tell us how we're much better looking than the staffs or all those other collecting web sites. Or wait ... Oooooo! You could give us some like really HUGE scoop about something that's coming out that you haven't told anybody about yet so we have this awesome exclusive that everyone else will need to come over here to check out! And include photos of the wax sculpt that we can plaster little "CreatureCantina EXCLUSIVE" logos all over so nobody else can steal them. That would be like the BEST THING EVER!

ANSWER:  Well, we will say that of all the questions we've gotten over the years in the Q&A, CreatureCantina's have certainly been the most consistently, shall we say, entertaining. We think it's because the creators have been drinking, and not just serving, the product which has led to spirited trains of thought! About new exclusive wants...sorry. Lotsa additional very exciting offerings need energy from Comic Con, so we'll be holding the rest of our tasty tidbits until then. Congratulations on 9 years and here's a toast to 9 more! (Actually, we have hidden one clue in this response, if you can find it. Good luck!).


QUESTION:  Now that we've got a sweet new mould for the standard AT-ST (and hints of an upcoming Hoth variant, as well), and given the popularity of figures from The Force Unleashed, is there any chance of, say, a Toys Backwards-R Us exclusive AT-KT at some point in the future, with new weapons mounts, and perhaps a shield generator dome or two? - Beedo Sookcool, Staff Writer and Imperial Armoured Division Commander

ANSWER:  The AT-KT is a very cool variation of the AT-ST. We'd like to do it someday, but first we have to get our exclusive vehicle program back on firmer footing. The AT-ST didn't sell as briskly as we'd hoped last year and our future ability to do cool vehicles like this depends on making sure that we are bringing our retail partners a successful program. We are hopeful we will get to do more, but time will tell if/when we can get to concepts like the AT-KT.




DEWBACK PATROL


QUESTION:  It appears that running variations on troopers (i.e. Hoth Rebel Trooper and Scanning Crew) have been a difficult process for Hasbro and a source of disappointment for fans. As a matter of fact, I believe you said that Hasbro will not be doing any such variations in the future. It seems that releasing a trooper with 3-4 head variations in one package would solve the problems that previously existed, make fans extremely happy, and result in more purchases. After all there would be no running changes for the packaging, accessories, or tooling. It would just be one figure, one package, with 3-4 heads. And, you could probably use older head moulds or create a set of 3 generic heads that can go with different troop builder bodies. I know the Hoth Trooper is being released in a battle pack but many fans will not be able to army build at that price point. So what do you think?

ANSWER:  Our feeling is that the appeal is in the trooper itself, rather than a variety of unique head decos, and that fans welcome a second trooper when we can deliver him with a different head or new look. Therefore we stick to our model of delivering complete, stand-alone figures to keep the costs as low as possible (heads are deco intensive and therefore costly additions). We include customizable gear, such as an alternate helmet, only occasionally when the figure warrants it or may not see a release again, such as a McQuarrie or concept figure.


QUESTION:  In ‘97 you released a grand moff tarkin figure with a sticker on it that said something about it being the first release of this character. Would you consider doing that for the current line? If a figure from a movie made in 1977 has never been made in the 4 inch scale, I think it would enhance the excitement.

ANSWER:  That is something that we have looked at doing, but have not pulled the trigger yet. Our packages tend to have a lot of communication already and we have been hesitant to add one more point to it, but it is an interesting callout to add when we have the opportunity. We'll look at it again for Vintage.




DROIDS AND EWOKS


QUESTION:  In the past you have said that you like some of the classic TV characters such as Princess Kneesaa and Proto One. Considering that you are scaling back on EU figures for the time being, combined with LFL's desire to have classic animated characters made in animated style, what would it take to get characters like these made in action figures? Could they be candidates for EU two packs (without comic) if you end up going that route?

ANSWER:  There is virtually no chance that we'll be getting to these any time soon.  We do not have plans to go back to any animated style figures that are not in the Animated Clone Wars, since these would be, in our opinion, target a more niche collecting interest than we would like to go after.  We would feel more comfortable doing these in the realistic style, which would not consume a great deal of tooling. When Lucasfilm gave us the direction on animated-style only, it sealed our decision not pursue them.


QUESTION:  When can we expect to see a new figure of Luke Skywalker in his Hoth outfit? Being that it's a big year for The Empire Strikes Back, it seems like he would be a good one to have in the line. If he is in the works, can you share any details on the figure?

ANSWER:  He will not be the in the lineup this year.  This year we have the new Bespin Fatigues Luke.  We do have plans for a Hoth Luke at some point, but work hasn't started yet and it's not certain if we can fit him into the 2011 Vintage lineup or not.  He is high on our priority list though, and he'll be out within a couple years.





To be continued.
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JTWR - HASBRO STAR WARS Q&A ROUNDUP - WEEK OF APRIL 27th, 2010 - PART 4



ECHO BASE FORUMS


QUESTION:  Now that we have K'Kruhk coming in the Expanded Universe wave, will we ever see figures of Tarr Seirr and Sha'a Gi to recreate that first encounter with General Grievous on Hypori?

ANSWER:  There are no plans to release these characters at this time, and the more that the original Clone Wars series fades into memory the less likely it is that we will get to any more characters from the series. 


QUESTION:  IF you were to release an awesome new Slave I, which colors would you release it in first (assuming it would later be repainted)? Prequel colors, to match its upcoming appearance in The Clone Wars cartoon? Or its original look, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back?

ANSWER:  If we were to release a new Slave I, it would be based on the Clone Wars deco.




GALACTIC HUNTER


QUESTION:  We keep hearing that a nicely-sized revamp of a very iconic ship will be unveiled at Star Wars Celebration V in Orlando, Florida. Is this some echo-chamber effect where a rumor is repeated so often that collectors accept this as a fact, or will we be treated to a magnificent revamp of a very iconic ship that will make its debut at the premier Star Wars event of 2010?

ANSWER:  We have already revealed the AT-AT Walker, Rebel Snowspeeder, and Bespin Cloud Car (only one of which fits your description) so we are not sure what rumors you refer to, unless you mean the Slave 1.  However, we have previously answered that the Slave 1 is not going to be part of our Episode V Anniversary plans.  There are however some tasty reveals left for the summer shows, both Comic Con and Celebration V. Stay tuned!


QUESTION:  The POTF2-Commtech Princess Leia with her hood up was an excellent figure. She was even posed nicely to program her plea for help to Obi-Wan Kenobi. She is one of the few figures that never popped up in a Battle Pack or a simple reissue. Did the figure's mold get lost in the shuffle somewhere, or did someone just blackball the figure? What gives?

ANSWER:  Neither, really. We have focused on other versions of Leia, focusing on articulation in most cases which means a fresh start. She would be a good candidate if we ever did another Tantive IV Battle Pack, although fans would have our heads if we did not upgrade the Rebel Fleet Troopers first.




HAN'S HIDEOUT


QUESTION:  Based on a recent Q&A answer, it looks like the four "new" figures in the Revenge of the Sith wave will be Senate Duel Palpatine, Anakin Skywalker, General Grievous, and Magnaguard. We've seen the picture of Grievous and we've read the recap on Palpatine. How about a quick rundown on the changes/upgrades being made to Anakin and Magnaguard that make them "new"?

ANSWER:  Anakin has a new head and arms with Sith eye deco (insert molded shoulders and elbows and pivot wrists). The Magnaguard is essentially all new, including new highly articulated legs (from a cancelled exclusive Droid Factory sequel); new torso from the waist up insert shoulder, elbows, hips, waist, knees, ankles, pivot wrist, ball neck); and a fabric cape.


QUESTION:  At Toy Fair, you mentioned that the new AT-AT (and two other TBD vehicles) would be getting special TRU exclusive "kenner/vintage homage" packaging. The packaging wasn't ready as of Toy Fair... any chance it's ready now so that we can get a sneak peek of the modern interpretation of the classic vintage box? And any comment on the rumor that the starship of our favorite smuggler just might be another one of the ships getting the vintage package treatment?

ANSWER:  Actually, we said that only the AT-AT in Vintage packaging would be a TRU exclusive. The other two, which are Starfighter-size, are coming to another retailer later this Fall. So that rules out the Slave 1 being re-released in Vintage packaging. As for how the package will look, Star Wars Insider will be debuting this in an upcoming issue, so new preview is available. Sorry!




IMPERIAL SHIPYARDS


QUESTION:  Can we get a picture of the toysrus exclusive boxed version of the new At-At coming out? As we understand, it will be given a special vintage boxed deco and there will be two other ships given this same vintage retro feel? Any chance we could get exact dimensions on the size of this new behemoth?

ANSWER:  The Vintage version of the AT-AT will be exactly the same size as the recent large-format figure boxes (Turbo Tank, AT-TE). We are debuting the packaging in an upcoming issue of Star Wars Insider, so we can't send images out until they have a chance to showcase this cool beast. As for the vehicle itself, it is 24” tall x 28.5” long...a good chunk larger than the original when seen side-by-side!


QUESTION:  Will we ever see some of the Mandalorians from the Entertainment Earth boxed set on a single card, or released again in a battle pack?  Will we be able to get the female Mandos on card?

ANSWER:  There are no plans to release the Mandos from the Entertainment Earth sets on individual cards.






To be continued.
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JTWR - HASBRO STAR WARS Q&A ROUNDUP - WEEK OF APRIL 27th, 2010 - PART 5




JEDI INSIDER

QUESTION:  At Toy Fair you all mentioned that 3 vehicles would be released with variant vintage packaging, 1 being the AT-AT that will be exclusive to Toys R' Us stores. Any word on the other two, and will these be TRU exclusives as well, also can we get a look at that AT-AT vintage packaging?

ANSWER:  It's too early to release the names of the other two, but these will not be TRU exclusive; they belong to another account. The Vintage AT-AT package will be debuting in Star Wars Insider July issue, and as such we are holding until they have a chance to introduce it. We can tell you that it is fantastic!


QUESTION:  In one of the Q&A's last month you said the AT-ST would be re-released with a Hoth deco this year for the Empire Strikes Back anniversary. Are there any plans to re-release the BMF Falcon with some Empire Strikes Back love?

ANSWER:  The Millennium Falcon (new, bigger version) will not be re-released to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of EpV. However, the original version (in original blue/white packaging) will be released in limited quantities for web-retailers later this Fall.




JEDI NEWS


QUESTION:  The last waves of red\white packed Clone Wars figures have shipped in the US but we’re only just seeing the Aayla Secura and Hondo Ohnaka wave at retail in the UK.  Can you reassure us that we will get these last waves and that we won’t be missing any waves out (same goes for our Canadian readership please) before the packaging change in August?

ANSWER:  We have confirmed that neither Aayla nor Hondo will be making to Canada.  It does look like the assortment will be coming to the U.K. and generally to Europe.


QUESTION:  We’re really looking forward to the new AT-AT’s – both in 3.75” scale and also the Galactic Heroes version too!  You’ve said the Toys R Us will be having a limited supply of the 3.75” scale in Vintage style packaging – can you confirm if these will reach the UK and Canada or if we’ll just be seeing the regular packaging?  Also, did you consider a Vintage style box for the Galactic Heroes version too?

ANSWER:  We have confirmed that the 3-3/4" Vintage package version WILL be getting to TRU in Canada and the UK.  We did not consider it for the Galactic Heroes line, since there was no vintage (Kenner) precedent for it…but it would look great!





JEDIDEFENDER

QUESTION:  Well, the Legacy line is wrapping up and for the most part, Willrow Hood doesn't seem to be nearly the peg-warmer that the non-believers thought he'd be. We know you don't like to talk exact numbers, but in general terms how'd he do? Hopefully he met (or exceeded) your expectations as we really, really loved seeing him in the line!

ANSWER:  We managed Willrow to a low release level (as we have for all collector-targeted figures for the last several waves). He was not released in greater quantity than the others that debuted in his wave, and appears to have sold through for the most part.


QUESTION:  OK, so the Target Exclusive Geonosis Arena 2-packs have been out there a while now. What's the verdict then? Will we see a second series of these packs? And can you hint whether we'll see upgrades to our favorite Alien Jedi like Pablo Jill, or perhaps a couple more new Human Jedi using existing Jedi bodies with new headsculpts? I suppose you can tell we like seeing our Jedi get that super articulated upgrade?

ANSWER:  Right now, they are on the plan for later this Fall. If it stays on schedule - and there is still no guarantee - there will be some cool upgraded figures in there (including one new one). Sorry, but no Pablo Jill this time.





JEDI-BUSINESS


QUESTION:  Will Jedi Luke be re-released on a vintage card, and if so, will you make any changes to the figure?

ANSWER:  There are indeed plans for a new Jedi Luke in the Vintage format, that addresses the issues that folks have had with the proportions of the chest among other tweaks. Look for him later this year, with the figure available for preview at Comic Con.


QUESTION:  Can you share a picture with us, what a prequel character (Grievous? Qui-Gon?) looks like on a vintage card?

ANSWER:  Sorry - there are no in-pack images to share yet. As soon as we have some, we will send one out to you





To be continued.
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JTWR - HASBRO STAR WARS Q&A ROUNDUP - WEEK OF APRIL 27th, 2010 - PART 6



LICHTGESCHWINDIGKEIT (SPEED OF LIGHT)


QUESTION:  Will we see a return of the Ultimate Battlepacks this year? If so, can you share any information of what to expect? And how about a different Hoth Battlepack in the future that includes an Ion Cannon?

ANSWER:  While we will not release specifics, the Hoth packs coming later this year will be bigger than the current Battle Packs, but not quite as large and pricey as the original Ultimate Battle Packs. So in general, you are hunting in the right area, although the Ion Cannon is still way too big for us to execute.


QUESTION:  We are still waiting to see the release of the non-bearded Hoth Rebel Trooper. Will he make it onto the new Vintage style cards or are you holding on to release him in a battlepack? He would make a nice addition on a single card considering the 30th Anniversary of ESB.

ANSWER:  He will be released in one of the new Battle Packs mentioned above, later this Fall. At some point we do not rule out a release on a Vintage card, but that would be far out in the future if we did.




RAVING TOY MANIAC


QUESTION:  Why do the latest released Legacy figures have new UPC stickers on them? Can the stickers be used for the mail-away offers too?

ANSWER:  We're not sure why some Legacy figures have stickers on them, but the stickers can't be used for the mail-in offers by themselves. They still need to be cut out of the package (i.e. one UPC per purchase).


QUESTION:  While several Clone Wars Mandalorians were shown at Toyfair, the Duchess of Mandalore (Satine Kryze) was very conspicuous by her absence. As the Duchess is the protagonist of that arc and is shown to be a capable woman when she rescues Obi-Wan, would she be considered for a figure in the Clone Wars line or is she just considered not "kid-friendly" enough for inclusion?

ANSWER:  We will not be producing a Duchess Satine figure. Clone Wars is a line that is consumed overwhelmingly by kids, and she is not a figure that they want or care about.





REBELSCUM


QUESTION:  Many fans will miss the Comic Packs line, it was such a great concept. You've said before that the cost of including two figures and a comic made the line too expensive to continue. What about dropping the comic and continue to put out quality EU figure two packs for collectors? Once a month With You could do one EU pack a month so we get 12 EU Packs a year but do a good rotation from both Dark Horse, Marvel/Classic (no funky colors), Novels and Other, which would give 3 EU Packs from various sources. And it would give us 24 EU figures a year. There were some great figures on the horizon, as shown at SDCC last year (Deliah Blue/Darth Nihl, Jarael/Rohlan Dyre), hinted at in past Q&A sessions (Splinter of the Mind's Eye), and even ToyFare magazine (Nom Anor!)...it would be a shame to never get them.

ANSWER:  We have thought about this idea, but as a consistent ongoing format it won't work and just would not be a productive segment for us since EU is overall a more niche interest among collectors right now than movie figures. There is another concern that, aside from the videogame figures or extremely well-known and highly demanded figures, the EU figures need story context to be successful and that's why we feel pack-ins are the only way to go. One day we hope that Comic Packs could return, but it would only be when the collector market has regained a firmer footing.


QUESTION:  In light of the name reveal of the 2 previously unnamed Astromechs and the answer regarding the BAD R3-A2:
What are the chances of a release of properly coloured:
1)R3-T2 [with proper red colouring and dome design-not the incorrect brownish colour and wrong dome deco]
2)R3-T7 [with proper yellow colouring and design-not the incorrect greenish colour and wrong paint deco]
3)R3-Y7 [with proper yellow color and design-not the incorrect green-ish colour and incorrect paint deco]
4)R4-M9 (from Star Tours) [with his original red colour paint job and 2nd darker green colour paint job to match the picture of the prop (as seen on the card he was issued on)-not the lighter teal colour]
5)R5-K6 [with proper torso and leg colouration, as the version you released was actually an Imperial droid aboard the Death Star]
6)Whistler [with his green torso paint design (from the novels and other E.U. sources]-and speaking of Whistler-What is his alpha-numerical designation? Is it really R2-D2 as some sources indicate?
7)R4-P17 as ponited out by The Star Wars Astromech page (and the right Rev. Stone) When will we get an accurately painted version of R4-P17 as every promotional and productial version has it WRONG-He should at the least have an upper RED (not Maroon) body and the most a red body [ALA R2-R9] as seen in the ROTS screen caps.
-Of course utilising the R4-G9 mould-

As far releasing the figures single carded would rawk, but I could go for another round of Entertainment Earth exclusive pair of 5 packs [including maybe 3 R6 units ] as well.

ANSWER:  With the Legacy/Droid Factory going away, the chances of doing any more than a couple astromech droids in any given year is very small. None of these were on our radar screen for upgrades or re-dos, so we currently don't have plans for them (in fact, we weren't aware they were inaccurate to being with. If we get the chance to go back and do more droids somewhere, perhaps as retailer exclusives, we will check with Lucasfilm on the canonical story as to colors, and keep these comments in mind.




REPUBLIC FORCES RADIO NETWORK


QUESTION:  It seems that Clone Wars Wave 11 with Aayla Secura, Hondo, and Kit Fisto are sporadic at best at retail.  Are these selling through at an astonishing rate, or is there a problem getting these to retail (similar to the problems being had with the ESB and later Legacy waves of figures)?

ANSWER:  The problem has been getting these to retail before the line turns over to black & blue, given the amount of basic figures we already had from previous waves.  This wave got a little bit trimmed compared to other Clone Wars waves so there weren't as many produced.


QUESTION:  With such film characters as Boba Fett and Bossk coming to Clone Wars, is there a chance we may see some of these bounty hunter figures yet in 2010 or will we have to wait longer?

ANSWER:  The answer is yes - both characters will be released in Clone Wars styling later in 2010.  Stay tuned for their release info at CV.





To be continued
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JTWR - HASBRO STAR WARS Q&A ROUNDUP - WEEK OF APRIL 27th, 2010 - PART 7



SIR STEVE'S GUIDE

QUESTION:  In past answers, you've said you have no foreseeable plans to re-release any of the Build-a-Droid existing droid characters again. However, for various reasons natural to collecting, many collectors found themselves with the problems of having too many of some droid parts, and more often, too few of others. Short production runs are an especially big problem for completing certain droids. The bottom line is that there are a lot of incomplete droids around, and some of the droids are army-buildable including the hard-to-get YVH-1, so even after working to complete 1, some collectors want several more. And the upcoming BG-J38 wave looks like it will be no picnic to complete either what with exclusivity and a very short production run. Aside from the notion of collectors coming back to the line spurring a Droid Factory playset with the possibility of using some of these parts, would you reconsider alternate methods to distributing these parts or whole droids, perhaps offering individual parts on HasbroToyShop, or bagged complete but unassembled droids in simple white box packaging, or perhaps some other method that lets collectors complete their build-a-droids?

ANSWER:  We will not be offering any of the previously released Droid Factory figures or parts. Since each droid part for any droid was produced in the exact same quantity, parts do exist to complete any droid, but it will take fans getting together to swap parts for completion. Army builders will likely have an abundance of mismatched parts, which are likely in demand for folks who need these parts. Maybe some smart fans will be able to figure out a solution to allow folks to trade their droid parts via message boards, or live and in person at CV.


QUESTION:  Don't think we haven't noticed that some of your exclusives are playing a color-scheme war. Target, whose company logo is a big red bulls-eye, gets a red-accented TIE Fighter vehicle; Wal-mart, whose logo has been blue lettering for decades, gets a blue Octuptarra Droid vehicle. Wal-mart gets a blue 501st role-play helmet; Target gets a red Clone Trooper helmet with flashlight. Target gets Commander Fox, a red-hued Clone figure; Wal-mart gets the 501st Clone Trooper, a blue-accented figure. Confess! You're creating some of these exclusives with coloring themed to its specific retailer, aren't you? "Payola!" they'll all yell to the heavens as they learn of such treachery. Busted! So, are you guys doing this on purpose, and if so, how did it come up? Do your retail partners know that they're getting specially-tailored exclusives as are their rivals, and what do they think of it?

ANSWER:  It started out as a deliberate attempt to match the retailer and their ownable branding to the specific product (the red dot Clone Trooper in 2005 was the precursor to many of the items you saw). Retailers did embrace the strategy, but the more it was used the less special it became (the Clone helmets being the biggest and most overt example of this). We have since have gone away from this for the most part. The TIE Interceptor and Octuptarra were purely coincidental; we had not even noticed that they followed the pattern until you pointed it out.




SNOWTROOPERS


QUESTION:  Since there is a lot of demand for some figures that you considered  releasing but are reconsidering, how about a compromise:
 
1. a battle pack consisting of the Utai (both versions), an Utapuan (maybe the one released for ROTS or a new one) and either Obi-Wan Kenobi or his gold R2 unit

2. a battle pack including the other version of the scanning trooper, a Death Squad trooper (with original Kenner paint scheme) a Stormtrooper (maybe a new variant, or at least the longer blaster seen in ANH when the troopers were checking out the Falcon?) and maybe an Imperial officer of some kind, either a junior ranking one or even better ­ a revised Moff Tarkin with improved articulation).  I think we could do without another Darth Vader though.

3. A Hoth battle pack that has the bearded/ unbearded variant of the Rebel Trooper (whichever hasn't been released, or both), and maybe something like a random X-Wing pilot (with Hoth gear), or maybe the new Imperial general and a Snowtrooper.

How does that sound?  Sounds like a win-win to me (mostly because I'd buy at least two of these battle packs)

ANSWER:  Thanks for the suggestions.  We do have plans to use some of the troopers, and the Hoth Rebel will be in a Battle Pack for later this Fall.  The other two are not slotted in yet but we are working on homes for them.


QUESTION:  When Hasbro releases another eps2 Obi-Wan, will we get some fixes? The  TLC one was good but had some problems: when you bend his legs, they spread out VERY wide, making it impossible to sit him inside his eps2 starfighter unless you are willing to risk permanently warping his legs.  As well, it should be obvious but the color of his TLC outfit is incorrect and too bright (your Saga-era Obi-Wans had the correct or close-to-correct colors).   Finally, will we get a new head where his hairstyle matches the more slicked-back hair from his arena battle?

ANSWER:  We'll take a look at your comments and keep them in mind the next time we bring back an EpII Obi-Wan.  Thanks.





STAR WARS ACTION NEWS


QUESTION:  With the upcoming Vintage line-up having a higher price point than the Saga Legends and Clone Wars figures, how will this impact Battle Packs?  Will we not see the Vintage figures in battle packs, or will battle packs with vintage figures also feature a higher price?

ANSWER:  We will continue to include the best figures we can in Battle Packs, but the more super articulated figures in each pack the harder it is for us to maintain our cost targets.  The intention is to try and eventually get Battle Packs with four figures back to the original $19.99 SRP, so it's unlikely that we'll be using many vintage-type figures.


QUESTION:  With Celebration V and SDCC so close together, will you be revealing some "new" product at each event, and if so, will one venue feature mroe than the other, or how are you deciding what is shown where?

ANSWER:  The plan is to reveal some newness at each show, but the majority of new info will be released at CV.  We have not yet decided what to show or hold at each convention; those decisions will be made as we get closer to the shows and will likely be based primarily on shelf date; most all items debuting in August and September will probably be released for Comic Con and the balance of the year at CV.





THE JAWA


QUESTION:  I noticed with the diorama packaging that came with the Resurgence of the Jedi battlepack that the package designer put in a little sitting area for C3PO. While it was a small touch, I loved it - I like to see these dioramas be more than just a flat background and have a bit of interaction with the figures (given that we can expect no actual playsets, at least it gives these environments a bit more of a 3d feel like a playset).

If you ever do an Echo Base battlepack, any chance you might expand on this idea say giving the rebel computer consoles, cables, pipes, icicles, or whatever, some more ooomph along these same lines? The left and right side of the diorama box could be cut out as doorways also. For a "Sale of the Droids" BP, what about a giant cardboard Sandcrawler for the diorama backdrop (as a nod to the classic Kenner "Land of the Jawas" playset). Although please, don't paint in any characters into the backdrop (e.g. like the Stormtroopers that were painted into the old Sears Cloud City playset).

ANSWER:  With rare exceptions (such as McQuarrie figures) we produce dedicated figures,not customizable figures.


QUESTION:  With ActionFleet gone, and Titaniums now also a thing of the past, I find I still have a desire to collect representations of my favorite SW vehicles. The only line that seems to be left standing is SW-Transformers. The problem here is that in many cases, I've seen the accuracy of the vehicle compromised due to (I am guessing) the desire to make it easily transformable or to give the robot a cool look. For example, the eps3 Jedi Starfighters are too wide, the X-Wing looked too ...toyish... as was the Vader tie fighter. I did buy the Snowspeeder, Slave 1, and AT-TE which I thought all looked "ActionFleet" worthy. Could Hasbro please keep the vehicle look as accurate as possible from now on - I'd love to get some kind of good AF-scaled Star Destroyer or Republic Cruiser or any of the big cruisers in fact. And it seems SW-Transformers is the only fallback we collectors now have (at reasonable cost at least).

ANSWER:  In a compact scale, you are right that the Star Wars Transformers line is the only one with a wide vehicle range. Of course, the 3-3/4" line is where we have been producing detailed representations of the source material (as close as we can get anyway, considering the scale we have to work with). While the 3-3/4" collection looks *sensational* with enough space to display, we understand that this is not practical for everyone (we do recommend that you start planting the seed with the wives and husbands out there that the spare bedroom might be better used as a toy display and play room just for this purpose...let us know how that conversation goes!). As for why the Transformers vehicles sometimes have liberties taken, you are right. We need to do some things to house the components for the robots, and strive to make the best combination of recognizable vehicle and cool-looking robot.





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JTWR - HASBRO STAR WARS Q&A ROUNDUP - WEEK OF APRIL 27th, 2010 - PART 8



TOY ARK


QUESTION:  Why have Battle Packs never been packed with DVD's?

ANSWER:  Our DVD program has been focused on pack-ins for role play, such as "greatest lightsaber battles" since this can often be an extra plus up for consumers who haven't yet gotten a lightsaber and help expand our promotional window. The intention of Battle Packs is to showcase figure value, and DVDs would add cost that would cause us problems with this model. There are some things brewing though where we will use DVDs in conjuction with figures, but those details are under wraps.


QUESTION:  Are vehicles from games such as "Shadows of the Empire" such as Dash Rendar's Outrider off limits for the Star Wars Transformers Crossovers line?

ANSWER:  Yes, since our research shows that the Transformers Crossovers line is almost universally bought by kids. Vehicles like the Outrides, as cool as they are, have no relevancy to kids who base their selection on familiarity with the characters and vehicles from the movies or Clone Wars.




YAKFACE


QUESTION:  Last session you confirmed a new Endor Commando for the Vintage line. Will it be jacket/pants rebel or the jumpsuit rebel from the vintage and POTF2 line that is long over due an update?

ANSWER:  It's the trench coat Rebel, similar to the one that Sideshow just did.


QUESTION:  Back in our 12/10/09 QnA, you stated that you were working on getting Commader Cody's 212th (Utapau) Clone Troopers back into the pegs. With last week's release of the Vintage and Legends line up, it was revealed that there is an EpIII Clone Trooper in both the Vintage line as a "Greatest Hits" figure and the Saga Legends line. Will one of these clones be that much requested Utapau Clone, if not which EIII clone is it?


ANSWER:  The 212th will not be coming back out in Saga Legends.  Instead, it will be the 501st, Shock Trooper, and White Clones that still remain in high demand.  We will look for ways to get the 212th back out there, though - we realize the demand to get this one and some others from EpIII back out there in circulation.  Meanwhile, some great 212th figures show up in one of the latest Comic Packs, including a new grappling hook blaster.




YODA'S NEWS


QUESTION:  I am curious about the production process for figures. Specifically, why are we having to wait so long before we see the next wave of Galactic Heroes in August? This is not a complaint; I am simply curious as to what business reasons give rise to this spacing between waves. Thanks!

ANSWER:  Good question. We do approximately 12 new packs of Galactic Heroes every 12-month cycle (which for us usually begins in August every year). As it turns out, all of the new ones were available to us very early in the cycle, and we decided to release them. The long gap you see (and the same goes with many basic figures waves) is because the product was available and ready to go early and we made the decision to release new figures, rather than re-release existing figures to "bide the time" before the new figures are ready. Given the choice, we'd always like to release new figures rather than risk going to long on already released figures. Galactic Heroes is always one of our fastest development time lines, so odds are you will see all 12 or so new 2-packs again this Fall with a lull in Spring '11.


QUESTION:  Any chance of seeing a 2-pk of TX-20 with Poggle The Lessor and 2-pk of General Trench and his Tatical Droid just like you did with Walmarts Jek, Yoda. Thire and Rys?

ANSWER:  The exclusives cannot have a great deal of tooling, so anything that would involve all new figures (like Poggle or Trench) would be off limits. The Clones and TX-20 are much more likely, but would need to have the right character lineup to work (i.e TX-20 would have to make sense and be paired with the strong character to work out).





Keep checking back for more as the Hasbro Star Wars Q&A Roundup continues to expand!  Sites are still posting their sessions with Hasbro, so be sure to keep checking back for more Questions & Answers from around the Star Wars collecting community.
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JTWR - HASBRO STAR WARS Q&A ROUNDUP - WEEK OF APRIL 27th, 2010 - PART 6


REPUBLIC FORCES RADIO NETWORK


QUESTION:  It seems that Clone Wars Wave 11 with Aayla Secura, Hondo, and Kit Fisto are sporadic at best at retail.  Are these selling through at an astonishing rate, or is there a problem getting these to retail (similar to the problems being had with the ESB and later Legacy waves of figures)?

ANSWER:  The problem has been getting these to retail before the line turns over to black & blue, given the amount of basic figures we already had from previous waves.  This wave got a little bit trimmed compared to other Clone Wars waves so there weren't as many produced.


QUESTION:  With such film characters as Boba Fett and Bossk coming to Clone Wars, is there a chance we may see some of these bounty hunter figures yet in 2010 or will we have to wait longer?

ANSWER:  The answer is yes - both characters will be released in Clone Wars styling later in 2010.  Stay tuned for their release info at CV.




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STAR WARS ACTION NEWS


QUESTION:  With the upcoming Vintage line-up having a higher price point than the Saga Legends and Clone Wars figures, how will this impact Battle Packs?  Will we not see the Vintage figures in battle packs, or will battle packs with vintage figures also feature a higher price?

ANSWER:  We will continue to include the best figures we can in Battle Packs, but the more super articulated figures in each pack the harder it is for us to maintain our cost targets.  The intention is to try and eventually get Battle Packs with four figures back to the original $19.99 SRP, so it's unlikely that we'll be using many vintage-type figures.


QUESTION:  With Celebration V and SDCC so close together, will you be revealing some "new" product at each event, and if so, will one venue feature mroe than the other, or how are you deciding what is shown where?

ANSWER:  The plan is to reveal some newness at each show, but the majority of new info will be released at CV.  We have not yet decided what to show or hold at each convention; those decisions will be made as we get closer to the shows and will likely be based primarily on shelf date; most all items debuting in August and September will probably be released for Comic Con and the balance of the year at CV.



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