Premium Bandai has updated with an official pre-order page for S.H.Figuarts Luke Skywalker (The Last Jedi). As the name suggests the figure is based on his appearance in Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. The figure will include: Exchangeable wrists (LeftX1, Right X1) Alternate hood Accessory parts sets Pre-orders for the figure are currently open and the item will be released in May 2018 priced at 6,480 Yen. Those who are interested should contact their preferred middleman for more details.
Yahoo Movies has recently revealed an exclusive first look at another upcoming Deluxe Star Wars 6 Inch Black Series set. The latest reveal is Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder. The set will include: Luke Skywalker Macrobinoculars Lightsaber hilt Slugthrower rifle Hat and goggles The set will be released this Fall alongside Rey’s Speeder priced at $59.99.
The official Star Wars website has updated with the reveal for the full name for Star Wars Episode VIII. The film will be titled “, Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, ” which will premiere in theaters on December 15.
Entertainment Weekly has recently announced that they will be a special 3D Collector’s Edition for Star Wars Episode VII : The Force Awakens. The “3D Collector’s Edition” will be a four disc set that includes more bonus features not included with the previous releases. The set will include the previous bonus features along with the following extras. A look at how sound technicians blend action with audio effects in the featurette Foley: A Sonic Tale. Sounds of the Resistance, another audio themed doc showing how the sound designers blended real recordings into otherworldly effectsRead More
Finally, we have the official trailer for the upcoming DVD/Blu-Ray of Batman: The Killing Joke. For those who don’t know, this film is based off the elseworld story known as Batman: The Killing Joke. Fans love for this story made parts of it canon. Personally, I don’t like the Killing Joke for what it did to Barbara Gordon but at the same time we were able to get Barbara as Oracle. Which went for at least 20 years, maybe more? Correct me in the comments if I’m wrong. Enough backstory,Read More