Sunday, December 31, 2017

Action Figure Review: Wonder Woman (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns) from DC Comics Multiverse by Mattel

   Today's review for this final day of the year is Wonder Woman. Perhaps that's fitting because it's quite possible that Wonder Woman is the character whom had the best 2017 possible. Her movie was a success both critically and commercially and it helped a much wider audience to care about the character again on more than just a surface level. While I've reviewed quite a few action figures this year based on Gal Gadot's excellent portrayal of the character, that's not the version of the character I'm looking at today. Instead, I'm looking at Wonder Woman as portrayed by Frank Miller. We could talk for days about the merits and absolute utter craziness of the work of Frank Miller but, to be brief, I really do like the action figures released in the Dark Knight Returns subset that Mattel has been putting out little by little over the years. Of course, while the packaging says this is from "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns," it absolutely is not. It could either be from The Dark Knight Strikes Again or from The Dark Knight III: The Master Race. The packaging uses art from DKIII, but the figure could really be from either). The Dark Knight subset continues to grow and I do find myself loving these bulkier takes on the DC big guns. Let's take a look at this new version of Wonder Woman after the break...

Saturday, December 30, 2017

Action Figure Review: Wonder Girl (Teen Titans) from DC Comics Multiverse by Mattel

   Another smaller series of Mattel's DC Comics Multiverse figures have made their way out just before the end of the year. The series is supposed to include Wonder Girl, a Frank Miller styled Wonder Woman, and the Super Friends versions of Superman and Aquaman. At this point I haven't found the Super Friends figure from the series but I did find both Wonder Girl and Wonder Woman on Amazon. I believe that Wonder Girl and Wonder Woman were supposed to be a Wal-Mart exclusive mini series released earlier this year to tie in with the release of the Wonder Woman film but it seems that never materialized. At least they made it out, huh? Both Wonder Girl and Wonder Woman include pieces of a small Collect and Connect figure of Dr. Psycho whom I'll review soon as well. Today I'm looking at the Cassie Sandsmark version of Wonder Girl. Cassie is the third person to bear the Wonder Girl name and we get her here in her outfit from the Teen Titans run of the early/ mid 2000s. Since she was never released in the Young Justice series, I'm sure there will be plenty of folks wanting her to complete that roster (even though she's not wearing that outfit). More after the break...

Friday, December 29, 2017

Confirmed Epic Podcast #80: Top 10 Films of 2017


On episode #80 of the Confirmed Epic Podcast The Reel Brad Bell and AKA Andrew Stokes are back to end 2017 with a bang by counting down their top 10 films of 2017.  As always we get into the epic news items of the week, as well as what we have been checking out.

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Action Figure Review: Kylo Ren (Throne Room) from Star Wars: The Black Series Phase III by Hasbro

 Today, by reviewing the deluxe Wal-Mart exclusive Kylo Ren (Throne Room) figure, I will have reviewed every Star Wars: The Black Series figure that was revealed on Force Friday 2017 (DJ and Rey (Island Journey were revealed a bit later). This is the fourth of these deluxe releases to be put out for The Last Jedi. I like getting deluxe figures with more stuff and display pieces but I kind of wish Hasbro would plan these out a bit better to give us the characters in truly different outfits. Still, this version of Ben Solo is definitely an improvement over the standard figure (which was a pretty good figure already) so it's worth checking out. More after the break...

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Action Figure Review: Jaina Solo from Star Wars: The Black Series by Hasbro

 Today I'm reviewing Jaina Solo, the 2016 Fan's Choice winner for the Star Wars: The Black Series line. Mired in controversy (which I won't get into too much here), Jaina beat out the competition and has just recently started shipping. One of the few Legends characters (or characters from what was once the Expanded Universe) to be made in the line, it will be interesting to see Jaina's reception among fans. While I certainly didn't read everything from the Expanded Universe, I read enough for it to be a formative part of my Star Wars fandom. I didn't get into Star Wars until the mid 90s, when I was a pre-teen so, for most of my formative years, I accepted characters like the Solo kids, Mara Jade, Dash Rendar, Prince Xizor, Mara Jade, Kyp Durron, Grand Admiral Thrawn, Kyle Katarn and Jan Ors as just part of Star Wars like any other character. Prior to Episode I I largely stopped reading the EU and only kept up with it through friends, action figure releases, and some comic books. Currently I do read everything in the New Canon but I still have a soft spot for many of the EU/ Legends characters and stories, so Jaina's entry into the Black Series gives me hope that we'll continue to see this line expand, encompassing more film, TV, Legends, and New Canon characters. Let's take a look at the incredible Jaina Solo after the break...

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Minifigure Review: Packs A-F from M.U.S.C.L.E. Masters of the Universe by Super7

   Like yesterday I'm going to combine all six of the series 3 Masters of the Universe M.U.S.C.L.E. sets into one review. Rather than having to write six unique intros I get to write just one, so that saves me time. It also just feels right, particularly because two of the sets have shared figures. If you want to see all of Super7's Masters of the Universe M.U.S.C.L.E. offerings in one place then you are set! I really like this series. Super7 has gone back and forth on the style of these with series 1 having fairly realistic proportions, series 2 being far more stylized and overly cartoonish, and series 3 having a pretty solid grasp on the M.U.S.C.L.E. style. The roster keeps expanding and this time Super7 has given us some vehicles as well. Ready for a closer look at series 3? Then join me after the break...

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Minifigure Review: Packs A-E from M.U.S.C.L.E. Aliens by Super7

   I don't usually review more than one product release at a time but I'm going to be making an exception for the latest series of M.U.S.C.L.E. figures from Super7. I received a big package earlier this month that was filled with all five of the Aliens M.U.S.C.L.E. packs and all six of the Masters of the Universe M.U.S.C.L.E. packs. Since it would take so much time to review each set individually and I would largely be repeating myself in each intro, I decided to just combine Packs A, B, C, D, and E in one review. I hope you don 't mind! I really like Super7 and what they're doing. The M.U.S.C.L.E. revival is one of my favorite toy related things of the past few years. Super7 has a great thing going but I do hope they continue to focus on consistency in their minifigures. While this year's Street Fighter II series featured some of the best minifigures of the year with neat, clean, and crisp sculpts, the Mega Man series was atrocious. Fortunately, the Aliens series is closer to the Street Fighter II series with some decent sculpts and a less waxy appearance. Let's check out this whole series after the break...

Monday, December 25, 2017

Action Figure Review: Mario (2-6) from World of Nintendo by Jakks Pacific

  Merry Christmas! My guess is that quite a few of you out there got a Nintendo Switch today or that you have fond memories of getting an NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, GameCube, or a Wii for Christmas in the past, so I decided to review a Mario figure on this special morning! While you're celebrating this special day, thanks for taking some time out of your schedule to visit your old pal Barbecue as he talks about toys. It's been quite a few months since I last reviewed any of Jakks Pacific's World of Nintendo figures and those reviews were of figures technically released in 2016. Wave 2-5 and 2-6 have both been released in 2017 but I never saw them anywhere for retail price and there weren't any figures I absolutely had to track down so I skipped most of them (I already own the Lakitu from S.H. Figuarts so I didn't put much effort into tracking down Jakks' version). I really wanted this version of Mario Maker from the very fun Super Mario Maker game. It's a great, colorful variant that looks great on the shelf and represents another modern take on Mario. Let's take a closer look at Mario after the break...

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Action Figure Review: Resistance Tech Rose from Star Wars: The Black Series Phase III by Hasbro

  While I reviewed the Target exclusive Luke Skywalker the other day, I'm excited that I'm finally getting the chance to review a new character from The Last Jedi after having seen the film. Today I'm looking at Rose Tico, whom the packaging awkwardly refers to as Resistance Tech Rose for some reason. Why not just call her Rose Tico? Anyways, Rose is one of the new main characters introduced in Episode VIII. Played by Kelly Marie Tran, Rose joins Finn and BB-8 on a secret mission to the casino city of Canto Bight to track down a notorious slicer known only as the Master Codebreaker. While Rose and Finn's storyline is arguably the weakest of the three storylines that runs through the film, Rose is one of the most interesting and well developed characters in the film. It was nice to have such an optimistic Resistance who adds something different to the previously assembled new cast. A lot of internet chatter early on seemed to revolve around this figure being rather visually "boring" but having her in hand I'm finding her to be one of my favorites from the series. Read on and find out more...

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Action Figure Review: Luke Skywalker (Jedi Master) - Ahch-To Island from Star Wars: The Black Series Phase III by Hasbro's been over a week since I saw The Last Jedi and since you're someone intentionally tracking down Star Wars action figure reviews on a website, I'm assuming you've already seen it too. If for some strange reason you haven't, I'll try to keep spoilers to a minimum. I mainly want to focus on the action figure anyway which is of Luke Skywalker in his Jedi Master robes. Luke was already released in this outfit back on Force Friday (as well as being part of a SDCC 2017 exclusive set with Rey) so there's nothing incredibly unique about this release. Like the deluxe version of Rey, this exclusive figure (it's a Target exclusive, by the way) includes a die-cast metal part, an environmental display base, more soft goods mixed in with the figure's sculpt, and an improved paint job. That also comes at an elevated price, though. I now have all four of the deluxe figures in hand (I've reviewed Rey and Snoke already and Kylo Ren's review will be coming soon) and I can safely say that Snoke and Luke are the two deluxe releases that you could purchase and feel like you were missing nothing from the single packed figures. Luke absolutely does feature some nice improvements that make him a better figure than the standard version though. Pull yourself up a bottle of green milk and let's check out this new version of Luke Skywalker after the break...

Friday, December 22, 2017

Confirmed Epic Podcast #79: Star Wars The Last Jedi


*In this episode we mention Gareth Edwards as the first pick to direct Star Wars Episode 9 before JJ Abrams stepped in, we actually meant Colin Trevorrow!

On episode #79 of the Confirmed Epic Podcast The Reel Brad Bell , AKA Andrew Stokes, and Kate Mcall are back to review a film they have eagerly anticipated for 2 years: Disney and Lucas Film's. The Last Jedi directed by Rian Johnson.  As always we get into the epic news items of the week, as well as what we have been checking out.

*Cover art provided by Dan Mumford.

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Toy Review: Batmobile (1/5) from Hot Wheels by Mattel

   Last night I was out doing some last minute stocking and I stumbled upon another Batman vehicle from this little subset of five. I know Hot Wheels puts out quite a few high quality Batman vehicles in their higher end lines but I only bite when I find these little $1 wonders. Today I'm looking at the Batmobile from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. This model was first released in the Hot Wheels line last year but this is the first time I've picked one up. Let's check it out after the break...

Toy Review: The Bat (3/5) from Hot Wheels by Mattel

   I'm definitely not a Hot Wheels collector but whenever I see one of the standard $1 or less Batman vehicles I have to pick it up. It seems that Hot Wheels has a small subset of five Batman vehicles in their standard roster of cars currently available and the first one I located was the Bat. Originally released in 2012 and hailing from The Dark Knight Rises, the Bat has seen release quite a few times (I have pictures of two previous releases in the body of the review). Let's check out this latest version of the Bat after the break...

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Action Figure Revew: Bombshells Katana from DC Designer Series: Ant Lucia by DC Collectibles

  Is this the last of the Bombshells action figures that I'll ever review? We'll see. I would love for DC Collectibles to continue this line but, given their track record over the past year or so I'm not hopeful. Still, let's be grateful for what we have at the moment and check out this very cool Katana figure from series 2. While she doesn't have the same number of accessories or points of articulation as any of the series 1 figures, she's still a pretty cool figure and possibly the highlight of the second series. Let's take a closer look at Katana after the break...

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Action Figure Review: Bombshells Hawkgirl from DC Designer Series: Ant Lucia by DC Collectibles

  My favorite Bombshells design is a tie between Batwoman and Hawkgirl. I'm a pretty big fan of all of the Bombshells designs  but there is just something simple but clever about those two. Today I'm looking at Hawkgirl, the third figure from the second series of the Ant Lucia inspired DC Designer. Hawkgirl is one of the seven Bombshells statues I own and I'm really excited to own her in action figure form, too. While DC Collectibles seems to be on the fence as to whether or not this line is truly cancelled (Bumblebee and Supergirl are officially cancelled while they claim Zatanna and Black Canary are still coming out) at least the second series left us with three out of my four favorite Bombshells (Batwoman, Katana, and Hawkgirl. Just missing Cheetah!). Let's check out the high flying Hawkgirl after the break...

Saturday, December 16, 2017

A New Batgirl Review: Bombshells Batgirl from DC Designer Series: Ant Lucia by DC Collectibles

   Every time I review a DC Collectibles product now I feel like I'm picking on them because I just have to mention how seemingly irrational their approach to action figure releases and cancellations has been this past year or so. Prior to the release of series 2 of the Bombshells figures (which are part of the larger DC Designer Series line) DC Collectibles went ahead and cancelled series 3. Before series 2 ever shipped. Way to build retailer and customer confidence, DC Collectibles. Now they've come back and said they've only cancelled two of the four figures, but still; what exactly is going on? It really feels like DC Collectibles wants to get out of the action figure business. Is this the case or did Mattel renegotiate a contract or something and that's putting pressure on DC Collectibles, forcing them to cancel certain releases. Who knows? All I know is that going into 2017 I had dozens of DC Collectibles releases preordered and about half of those were cancelled. Going into 2017 I have 6. That's pretty low. Anyways, today I'm here to talk about the Bombshells Batgirl. Bombshells Batgirl is definitely one of my least favorite Bombshells statues but I think this figure works better than the statue did. Let's check her out after the break...

Friday, December 15, 2017

Action Figure Review: Crow #488 from Mystery Science Theater 3000 from POP! Television by Funko

   Two of my favorite shows returned to TV this year: Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Twin Peaks. Twin Peaks was weird, oddly paced, and apparently loved by most David Lynch fans according to everything I've read. It left me almost completely cold, though. Mystery Science Theater 3000 however, was incredible and I've rewatched it multiple times. For a show that has never had a bad season MST3K: The Return kept things going along with a great new cast, excellent writing, some fantastic cameos, and some upgrades for our favorite robots. These POP! vinyls are actually based on the Netflix series and thus Crow shows off his upgraded design. Last month I looked at Funko's Tom Servo POP! vinyl and now I'm finally getting the chance to check out Crow. Apparently Tom and Crow didn't ship on the same day.  Now that they're both out, why not order them for the MST3K fan in your life who needs something special for Christmas? It's a much easier Christmas gift to give than letting them decide who lives and dies! Let's take a look at Crow T. Robot after the break...

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Contest: Identify as Many Toys in my California Job Case as you Can and Win a Prize Package!

 This contest is simple! All you have to do is identify as many of the 91 toys as possible in the display case. Here's the catch: It's also a race!

Step 1: Try to identify as many toys in the California Job Case as you can (there are one or two I'm not even sure about, so I feel like that adds to the challenge, right?) Try to be as specific as possible but don't feel like you have to ID them all. Do your best!

Step 2: Email your list to barbecue17 at with the headline California Job Case Contest! Please include your user name you post by in the email so I know who you are.

Detailed pictures and the rules are after the page break...

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Minifigure Review: Tactical Suit Batman (DC32) from DC Nano Metalfigs by Jada Toys

  Like in all things, Batman has definitely come out on top in the DC Nano Metalfigs line. With nine different versions of the Caped Crusader (including one that's actually Thomas Wayne!) Batman minifigures make up about one fourth of the line! Still, who am I to complain about more Batman? Well, I do hope that Jada Toys continues to diversify the line and release more characters and less variants but I'll take what I can get. Today I'm looking at the Tactical Suit Batman based on the suit Batman wears at the end of Justice League. Hey, that's another thing: What the heck is wrong with you people? Go see Justice League! It's incredible fun and is a dream come true for this DC fan! I know it has some weak parts but it's well worth watching. Anyways, let's check out this figure after the break...

Monday, December 11, 2017

Road to the Last Jedi: Darth Vader from Star Wars: The Black Series Phase III Titanium Series by Hasbro

   While the 1/18th scale Titanium Series Black Series figures have been out for months due to being one of the product ranges specifically released for the 40th Anniversary of Star Wars, I just received Darth Vader this past week. He was a Christmas gift from a friend so, for that reason alone, I am ver appreciative of him. While I haven't really seen these pegwarming too much I think it is safe to say that they weren't received as well as Hasbro might have hoped. They're one of those products that I'm hard pressed to determine who the Target audience and where they'd fit into a collection. Obviously, they're smaller so they're not marketed towards collectors of the 6 inch Black Series. They're also a hair too large so it's tough to say that 1/18th scale collectors would be interested in these either. Vader is more like a statue, but he has some articulation and doesn't particularly stand up terribly well on his base. It's an odd product range that doesn't seem to complement any existing product range nor does it seem to really cater to a new audience. Let's check out die-cast Darth in a bit more detail after the break...

Sunday, December 10, 2017

My California Job Case Complete with Toys!

   Earlier this year I was reading Action Figures Adventures when I found a great project that Buzz Chuck had worked on: Turning a California Job Case into a display box for minifigures and other smaller toys! A California job case is a fascinating type of tray featuring 89 distinct compartments that was used to store movable type for letterpress printing. As soon as I watched Buzz Chuck's video I immediately had to locate one. I told my parents about this since they tend to travel to lots of flea markets and antique stores and they found one within a month or so. It's taken me a few months but last night I finally mounted this cool tray in our living room while my wife and daughter helped me fill in the compartments. Pretty cool, right? I have a contest based on my display case soon so stay tuned!

Minifigure Review: Superman (DC15) from DC Nano Metalfigs by Jada Toys

   Today I'm looking at the second Superman released in the DC Nano Metalfigs line. The first (DC3) was released both individually and in 5-pack B, the 10 pack, and the 20 pack while this one is available single packed and in the 20 pack as well. I picked up the single packed version a week or two ago and I'm checking him out today. He looks much more like the Rebirth Superman rather than the New 52 Supes represented by the DC3 figure. Let's check out this die-cast metal version of the Man of Steel after the break...

Minifigure Review: Harley Quinn (DC5) from DC Nano Metalfigs by Jada Toys

   Another day another Nano Metalfig from Jada Toys. Today I'm checking out the Suicide Squad version of Harley Quin, perfect to pose with the Suicide Squad Joker figure released earlier this year. I've reviewed lots of versions of this Harley Quinn but this is probably the smallest version of her I've reviewed so far. She's a fun little trinket and another cool addition to a Harley Quinn collection. Let's check out this little die-cast diva after the break...

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Road to the Last Jedi: Rey (Jedi Training)- Crait from Star Wars: The Black Series Phase III by Hasbro

 Just a few weeks ago I received in the mail the latest Toys R Us Star Wars exclusive action figure from the Black Series: Rey in her Jedi Training outfit on the planet Crait. While Rey is quite similar to the previously released figure that appeared in both the SDCC 2017 exclusive two-pack and as a single packaged release, there are actually quite a few differences here that should make this figure appealing to you if you're a die-hard Black Series fan including a pretty awesome display base and some die-cast weapons. The figure is actually different as well, featuring improved paint and actual soft goods. Hasbro has released some of these "deluxe" variations of the popular characters for both Episode VII and Rogue One so they're just continuing the tradition here. Let's check out this new version of Rey after the break...

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Minifigure Review: The Joker (DC18) from DC Nano Metalfigs by Jada Toys

 I'm going to be blowing through these DC Nano Metalfigs because I definitely want to show them all off (they're just really cool and appeal to me for some reason) but there really isn't a whole lot to say about them. I mean, they're little die-cast metal painted DC minifigures; what you see is what you get. Today I'm looking at the Joker. I've already reviewed the Suicide Squad based Joker previously but this new one is a more standard comic based Joker. There's definitely some Batman: The Animated Series influence in here, too. Let's take a look at this diminutive version of the clown prince of crime after the break...

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Minifigure Review: The Flash (DC34) from DC Nano Metalfigs by Jada Toys

    I enjoyed Justice League immensely and Ezra Miller's portrayal of the Flash was one of the highlights. I found him to be quite funny and I loved the manic, nervous energy he gave the character. While the Flash is absolutely a metahuman, he also served as the approachable audience surrogate who projected on screen our excitement at seeing the Justice League united. The comic based Flash Nano Metalfig was one of the best releases in the first wave of figures and this Justice League inspired version is almost as good. Let's check this one out after the break...

Minifigure Review: Commissioner Gordon (DC20) from DC Nano Metalfigs by Jada Toys

   Time for another DC Nano Metalfigs review! Today it's the always vigilant Commissioner Gordon! Commissioner Gordon is a pretty cool inclusion in this line as he's definitely not one of those characters that typically sees a release in most DC lines. I'm very curious to see how deep Jada Toys will go with the DC Nano Metalfigs line and characters like Jim Gordon, Metamorpho, and Killer Croc give me hope that they'll continue to go deeper! This version of Commissioner Gordon clearly seems to be inspired by the Batman: The Animated Series version of the character as he's a bit older and is wearing that character's trademark outfit. Let's check this guy out a bit more closely after the break...

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Minifigure Review: Classic TV Series Batman (DC13) from DC Nano Metalfigs by Jada Toys

  Just last week I was at my local Wal-Mart and I found a bunch of new DC Nano Metalfigs from Jada Toys! I love this little line; while they're not the best sculpts for being 97 cent die-cast metal figures of DC heroes I'm all in. I grabbed every new figure they had and I'll be looking at them over the next week or two. Today is the Classic TV Series Batman based on Adam West's portrayal of the Caped Crusader. A few pictures and some words about a tiny metal Batman are yours to read after the break, chum!

Monday, December 4, 2017

Action Figure Review: Supergirl (Rebirth) from DC Comics Icons by DC Collectibles

  Often we exchange gifts with my wife's family around Thanksgiving due to our various schedules making it difficult to see each other closer to Christmas. We had an early Christmas this year and one of my gifts was the DC Comics Icons Supergirl. At the end of 2015 with the release of the first series of Icons figures it really seemed like DC Collectibles was going to create an incredible line of figures. Heck, earlier this year it seemed like things were going well too as figures like Deathstroke and Swamp Thing were incredible and upcoming releases like Deadshot, Catwoman, Etrigan, and the Blue Beetle/ Booster Gold two-pack looked amazing as well. Unfortunately, DC Collectibles started cancelling figures left and right and all of those upcoming releases were cancelled. The recent Superman versus Doomsday set was slated to be the final release in the line, so reviewing another excellent figure from this line is kind of bittersweet. This Supergirl figure is based on the DC Rebirth series which is quite good so far (I've only read the first trade; the second is sitting on my nightstand just waiting to be read once I finish the most recent volume of Justice League of America). Let's take a look at this very impressive version Kara Zor-El after the break...

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Road to the Last Jedi: Poe Dameron with X-Wing #227 from POP! Star Wars by Funko

    Today I'm checking out the the second toy item from the latest Smuggler's Bounty crate and it's a deluxe POP! vinyl: It's Poe Dameron with X-Wing #227! This is a huge win in my opinion because I really like Poe Dameron (if you're not reading the Marvel Comics series Poe Dameron you really need to!), I like X-Wing fighters, and I like POP! vinyls. Funko has been offering a nice mixture of POP! vinyls in these boxes and while I kind of wish we had received something a bit more specific to Episode VIII, this is still a cool figure/ vehicle combination. Let's check Poe out after the break!

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Road to the Last Jedi: Luke Skywalker (Jedi Exile) from Mystery Minis: Star Wars by Funko

    It's time to look at one of the toys included with the latest Smuggler's Bounty box and this month (well, technically last month) we received a Mystery Mini of Luke Skywalker. The box for Luke shows a figure with Luke dressed as we saw him at the end of The Force Awakens and in this outfit, so I'm guessing it's one of those releases that has a variant. I'm not sure if one is rarer than the other, though. This outfit is pretty cool, though. I'm calling it the "Jedi Exile" outfit since that's what the Hasbro release calls this figure. This crate's theme was "The Last Jedi" so we've received a plethora of goodies from the new film including a Rey keychain, a First Order bandanna, some Elite Praetorian Guard socks, and a Poe Dameron POP! that I'll be reviewing here soon, too! Oddly enough there is no pin or patch, making this the first Smuggler's Bounty crate to come without those pieces. Let's check out this new version of the now mysterious Luke Skywalker after the break...