New figures are on their way from Star Wars: CLONE WARS, pre-orderable now and shipping later this month! If you’re a fan of the film, the show, the comics or just the awesome new style they brought to the Star Wars Universe, then you’ll want to get your hands on these 3.75-inch figures. Here’s the run-down of the figures you can snag both as a complete set or individually:
- Rex CW1
- Obi Wan Kenobi CW2
- Commander Cody CW3
- Destroyer Droid CW4
- Yoda CW5
- Count Dooku CW6
- Anakin Space Suit CW7
- Pre-Visla Mando CW8
- Mando Guard CW9
- Grievous with Cape CW10
- Aurra Sing CW11
And if the animated universe isn’t quite far-out enough for you, then maybe you’d prefer to see something far stranger in the form of this Toronto Sun article detailing Sith Lord Darth Vader’s weekend plans…
Darth Vader may have done battle in a galaxy far, far away, but in Toronto, he’s going to be doing yoga.
The Dark Lord of the Sith and his storm troopers will be descending upon Trinity Bellwoods Park Wednesday morning to embark on a 20-minute exercise regime.
The effort at the park on Dundas St. W., just east of Ossington Ave., is designed to promote this weekend’s Fan Expo at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
“It might be interesting for people to come out and get some shots of Darth Vader and the storm troopers doing park things and creating a little buzz for Fan Expo,” said Roy Mitchell, 36, the head of the Toronto Garrison of the 501st Legion — a group of Star Wars aficionados.
The display starts at 11 a.m. with Vader, storm troopers, bike gunners, snow troopers and clone troopers doing yoga, playing tennis and having a picnic.
The 501st Legion, which boasts roughly 80 members in its Toronto chapter, always make an appearance at the Fan Expo convention.
“We’ll have the main group do each thing and it’s a photo opportunity,” said Mitchell, who will be playing Darth Vader.
“We can’t do things like Downward Dog or anything, yoga will probably be limited to standing poses. We’ll then set up a tennis match and maybe Vader will be standing on the line and be the judge. It’ll be fun and that’s the idea.”
Mitchell added it’ll be interesting to watch the storm troopers attempt to hit the tennis ball with a racket, especially when they can barely see out of the helmets.
“They may get lucky and may make it back to serve, I have no idea,” he said.
Among some of the now-un-caped crusaders appearing at this week’s expo are Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmar, the original Batman, Robin and Catwoman.
For more information about FanExpo, go to: FanExpoCanada.com
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