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  • Megamanlan10
    Megamanlan10
    Old Man
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    The Han Solo is actually Anakin’s face from the Clone Wars movie on a Han Solo body.

  • Alex C.
    Alex C.
    JUST GOT ACTUALLY-ED!
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    Thank God Batman’s cape was put on right this time. But… You put the lightsabers together upside-down.

    Yep. May the -Fort- be with you!

    • Ultratech94
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      and now, a memorable quote from the classic movie: Star Wart Rerun Of The JeDie

      “your father was reduced to the dark side of the fork. he seasoned to be Anakin Skyhumper and became Darth Invadher. when that happened, the good year blimp that was your father was derezzed. so what I told you was true, from a certain point of view.”

      “……….are you high again Obi Wan?”

      “not in the slightest little girl!”

      “that, is why you fail.”

      “shut up Mokuba!”

    • Ultratech94
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      and now, a memorable quote from the classic film: Star Wart Rerun Of The JeDie

      “your father was reduced to the dark side of the fort. he seasoned to be Anakin Skyhumper but became Darth Invadher. when that happened, the good year blimp that was your father was derezzed. so what I told you was true, from a certain point of view.”

      “……..are you high again Obi Wan?”

      “not in the slightest little girl!”

      “that, is why you fail.”

      “shut up Mokuba!”

  • Dunes
    Robert Cop
    Comments: 190

    Gotta love how the head on the boxart isn’t even the one he uses on the actual toy.

  • Dragma Kerp
    Dragma Kerp
    NewbieDotCom.Com
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    Tecnically, stormtroopers are not clones, there are some, but not all of them, they are the minority when the Empire finished the Death Star

  • Ultratech94
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    it’s funny that you mentioned the orange lightsabers Phelous, because Hasbro came out with an electronic orange lightsaber during the release of AOTC. as far as I know, it’s the only time Hasbro has released any official electronic lightsabers that isn’t red, blue, green, or Mace Windu only purple. the only one I can think of was a yellow lightsaber that was released during the 80’s and is rarely seen available online. since you’ve mentioned that orange was your favorite color, I thought that would interest you a little bit. even if you decide not to review it for MMZ, I still think you should track down a copy. here’s an image of what it looks like, and happy hunting. ^-^

    http://starbaseatlanta.com/ebaypics/swhb84974.jpg

    • Jon Protagonist
      Jon Protagonist
      Robert Cop
      Comments: 190

      Ah ha!

      The organge lightsaber was going to be for Jar-Jar Binks when it was revealed that he was the true Dark Sith Lord who only acted like a fool to gain the trust of the Jedi and watch over the training of young Annakin before George Lucas chickened out due to negative fan reception…according to various internet theories at least.

      • Ultratech94
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        Ah Ha! that’s where your wrong.

        while I can’t comment on Jar Jar Binks being a hidden Sith Lord since it’s just pure speculation & fan rumors that has yet to be proven with actual facts (since that’s just the nature of fan rumors that run rampant, just ask any Mortal Kombat fan who thought Ermac was in MK1), the orange lightsabers has nothing to do with him. my guess is that the orange lightsabers first made their appearance in Knights Of The Old Republic. they were not only considered to belong to the Jedi Sentinal Class but were mainly used for negotiations & combat. the only orange lightsaber users I could find as of this moment were Yaddle & Plo-Koon.

        if you want more in depth information on all lightsaber colors and their meanings behind them, check out this rather interesting video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTKaWcpyBdY

        • Ultratech94
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          the main reason why I brought it up is because Phelous mentioned it and I remember him saying that orange was his most favorite color. so, I thought he would enjoy tracking down this one time released orange lightsaber from Hasbro as either something to review for MMZ, and/or just something cool for him to buy & own  based from a recommendation. we haven’t seen a MMZ episode for quite a while now, so I thought I would suggest something cool for him to review that is based on Star Wars that features something that he likes. in this case the color orange.

          • OrangeRider
            OrangeRider
            I think we should be enemies
            Comments: 328

            An orange lightsaber sounds like the weapon of choice for Miguel Aiman or Heine Westenfluss (from Gundam SEED/SEED Destiny) when they aren’t using their mobile suits.

  • Kenshiroh
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 25

    But Captain Rex is the droid pilot in Star Tours! Stupid 3D Clone Wars cartoon!

    • Ultratech94
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      thank you! I never liked the 3D Clone Wars show, and gave it several chances. I don’t know who this show can possibly appeal to and how it got 5 seasons when all the problems the show had can be seen in the very first 5 episodes. and you know what the worst part is? they made this show apart of the official canon, but not the original superior Clone Wars show. (face palm) I think the fans owe Genndy Tartakovsky a huge apology for this kind of blasphemy. he made Samurai Jack for god sakes. (sigh) Quality over Quantity, that’s the lesson of the day kids. a lesson that Hollywood and studio executives still haven’t learn. that, is why they fail.

      • Dunes
        Robert Cop
        Comments: 190

        The show does get better, but it’s still uneven from time to time depending on who the episode is focusing on.

        • Ultratech94
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          that’s still no excuse. unlike the previous Clone Wars TV Show, you are forced to sit through a ton of crap before you get to anything that’s quote un quote “good”, and no one should have to sit through season after season just to find whatever decent quality the show had. and the problem is that while it does have a very small amount of decent ideas, it’s not enough to salvage 5 long seasons of mostly bad episodes. whether or not it has a few good moments in it, it’s still crap. that’s like saying that the shit I took this morning is better than the shit I took last night, at the end of the day, it’s still shit. and a few episodes here or there doesn’t save an entire series. I’m fine if people acknowledge that it’s bad and they see it as a guilty pleasure same with the prequel trilogy, but that’s if and only if the fans and the general public are willing to be honest about themselves and admit that it’s crap but they still like it anyway.

          if you’re going to justify a series like this, then you might as well justify the 2008 film as well. I can sit here all day long and point out why it’s not a good series, but to me the biggest crime is that both Lucasfilm & Disney gave this show a pass but not the original 2003 TV series that did a much better job and had more connections to the films than the 2nd TV series did. and not only that, the 2003 TV show manage to do what both ROTS & TCW got wrong: General Grievous himself. they managed to make Grievous a true bad ass without making him look comical, and without a single ounce of dialogue.

          for me, I cannot give SW TCW a pass even if people still try to defend it. if I wanted to get invested in this show, then you’re gonna need to do it at the very beginning. not 2-3 seasons later. I really tried to give this show a fair chance, but within the first 5 episodes of Season 1, I was done.

          • Ultratech94
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            I think the series would of been better if we had a counterweight of interesting stories & likable characters to balance out the awfulness. and again, that’s why the 2003 version is vastly superior. if you can’t care about the characters or the story, then there’s no point to get invested in what your watching. that’s the major reason why I think SW TCW sucks so badly, it’s just about things happening without any stories to get invested in and lacking any decent characters that we as an audience can care about. it’s pure eye candy, nothing more. much like most of modern day films, it’s the equivalency of dangling your keys to your children for a few hours just to keep them entertained.

            to quote George Lucas himself in the documentary From Star Wars To Jedi: “Special effects are just a tool, a means of telling a story. People have a tendency to confuse them as an end to themselves. A Special effect without a story is a pretty boring thing. ”

            ironic, isn’t it?

      • Parker
        Quan Chi
        Just might make the CUT
        Comments: 52

        I could never get into the Clone Wars show either. Star Wars Rebels, on the other hand, managed to catch my interest, probably because it follows an original cast, rather than the smelly prequel characters. I also love how it mimics the style of the original Star Wars concept art by Ralph McQuarrie. It gives the CGI animation a strong visual identity, that I felt the Clone Wars lacked at times.

        Though Season One got off to a slow start, the opening of Season Two was the best work of Star Wars fiction I’d seen in years before The Force Awakens came out.

        • Ultratech94
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          while I also thought Star Wars Rebels was a far better show, that really isn’t saying much. it still has it’s fair share of problems and they tend to make the Empire look rather pathetic after the main heroes beats them almost every single episode just because they’re the heroes and the plot demands it for some reason. I also think it’s rather nice for the show to finally give the A-Wing & B-Wing fighters some much needed screen time unlike The Force Awakens with it’s X-Wing favoritism (seriously Disney, WTF), but it kind of bothers me that they show up now instead of later before ROTJ like they’re suppose to. don’t get me wrong, it’s cool to see the A-Wings & B-Wings in action, but before the B-Wing got introduced, the A-Wings were destroyed by7 standard Tie Fighters. I’ll repeat that, the A-Wing Fighters, the rebels fastest Starfighter, a freaking interceptor, got destroyed by the Empire’s standard Tie Fighters. not from a Tie Interceptor or a Tie Defender, but a standard Tie Fighter. that is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard. that’s like having Dodge Viper get beaten by a Volkswagen Beetle. plus, the villains are just so generic & forgettable. with the exception of the very first Inquisitor, now we have even more of the same villain that has the same exact lightsaber. I’ll admit that Darth Maul’s double bladed lightsaber is actually really cool, but they went a bit too far with it by introducting the whole spinning mechanism.

          yes it’s way better than The Clone Wars in terms of quality, but not by much. I think the biggest problem with SW Rebels is that it tries to be better and different, but it still doesn’t have that long lasting appeal. it still feels rather bland, but at least they’re actually trying. enjoyably bland is probably the most kind thing I can say about it.

  • The Phantom of Pulp
    I'm THE BEST!
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    Highway to-o the Bootleg Zone 🙂

     

     

     

    Is this relevant? No, but I’m posting it anyway! Yeeehaw!

  • trlkly
    NewbieDotCom.Com
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    I assume they used the T because it looks really close to the S in that font. So it’s close enough to fool people who aren’t looking carefully, but wrong enough that they’ll feel like it was their own fault.

  • Bryceroni
    Old Man
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    Ahh, Phelous. I don’t know about anybody else, but I just love your constant call backs to older reviews. It just has a certain charm to it; it’s wonderful!

  • Trixie_is_best
    Trixie_is_best
    Bat Hero
    Comments: 83

    In the world of Star Wart, there is nothing more powerful than the power of Fungi and knockoffs.

    May the Fungi be with you…EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

  • likalaruku
    likalaruku
    Completely Useless Now
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    Golly, Phelan, hasn’t anyone told you that these Star Warts bootlegs are fake?  ( ॣ❛ั௦❛ั ॣ) ( ॣമ̈ oമ̈ ॣ) ( ॣ◔ั₀◔ั ॣ ) ( ॣஇ௦இ ॣ) ( ॣ◕o◕ ॣ) ( ॣ☬0☬ ॣ)

    Remember not to feed LeLe Yoda after midniiiiiiiight.

  • likalaruku
    likalaruku
    Completely Useless Now
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     ॣ❛ั௦❛ั ॣ    ॣമ̈ oമ̈ ॣ    ॣ◔ั₀◔ั ॣ   ॣஇ௦இ ॣ   ॣ◕o◕ ॣ   ॣ☬0☬ ॣ   Eh, looks better this way.

  • unknownwarrior33
    Old Man
    Comments: 2

    It’s a traplrl!

  • Kohdok
    Kohdok
    Old Man
    Comments: 4

    If you’re still doing bootleg Lego, there’s a whole world of them out there. There’s Ninjag and Chimo and all sorts of crazy things.

    I’ve been having fun with a new Pirate knockoff series, myself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zc7UOYOqoIQ

  • Spike
    Spike
    The Fuct of Pepsiman
    Comments: 221

    Star Wart… just why with that name? XD

    And that trading card. Why did they even BOTHER with that if they weren’t going to do it even remotely competently?