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Monday, July 4, 2016
Micro Review: Collection V Gungans from Micro Machines: Star Wars Episode I by Galoob
Includes: 2 standing Gungans, 3 booma Gungans, and 3 spear wielding Gungans.
Original release date: 1999
Original Retail Price: $5-$8 dollars
* The first Gungan is a standard Otolla Gungan standing at attention and wielding a spear. These are some pretty cool guard Gungans and they'd look great hanging around the Naboo Temple Ruins playset. These guys all have little holes in the base so they can attach to the pegs on the Episode I playsets.
* The booma wielding Gungans have their right arms extended backwards to toss a Gungan booma grenade with the assistance of an atlatl. Again, the detail and paintwork is pretty spot on for such a tiny figure and these guys look awesome as part of a Gungan army. This guy might be my favorite from the set.
* The third and final Gungan in this set is also preparing for battle. He's getting ready to toss a deadly spear at some unlucky Trade Federation Battle Droid. I love the pose here as this Gungan is perfectly set for battle. Just really impressive stuff!
If you're interested in more Micro Machine madness, check out my other reviews:
Micro Machines: Star Wars by Galoob (1994)
Classic Characters (2nd Edition)
Micro Machines: Star Wars Episode I by Galoob (1999)
Naboo Temple Ruins
Micro Machines: Star Wars by Hasbro (2015)
Droid Army Ambush
First Order Star Destroyer Playset
First Order Stormtrooper Playset
Millennium Falcon Playset
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We have a "micro Joker" (that we just found) sitting atop my computer....ReplyDelete
Huh, where did he come from?Delete
These make for cool D&D figures....ReplyDelete
I've never used these guys for D&D but I have used the Star Wars miniatures game figures for D&D for a number of years.Delete