Sideshow Star Wars General Grievous Sixth Scale Figure

Sideshow Collectibles sent me a sample of their Star Wars General Grievous Sixth Scale Figure. Lets unbox this figure and take a look at whats inside the box. After the jump you will find photos of the Sideshow Star Wars General Grievous Sixth Scale Figure, alongside my thoughts on the product.

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Star Wars Weekends

Exclusive merchandise, essential Star Wars stories and Episode VII what-ifs. Read about it all in this edition of Star Wars Bits.

  • Check out the limited Star Wars merchandise available during Disney’s Star Wars Weekends.
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles will continue later this year.
  • Rumor has it digital versions of the full Star Wars saga will be made available this winter.
  • In case you forgot, all of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is now on Netflix including The Lost Episodes.
  • Dave Filoni calls the final episodes of The Clone Wars “very important to understanding the overall saga.”
  • Previously sold out Star Wars maps by artist Andrew DeGraff are back on sale from Gallery 1988.
  • Jon Favreau would have done Star Wars Episode VII… if anyone had asked him.

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Star Wars The Clone Wars

A new Star Wars trailer for the “lost episodes” of the Clone Wars headlines this jam-packed edition of Star Wars Bits. Below, read about the following.

  • Watch the trailer for Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Lost Missions coming soon to Netflix.
  • Harrison Ford is rumored to be part of a TV miniseries being shot during the Star Wars Episode VII filming schedule.
  • Star Wars merchandise is now being sold in Disney stores in person and online.
  • Artist Eric Tan makes his first Star Wars poster.
  • The female Star Wars Rebels character toys will debut at San Diego Comic-Con.
  • Sign a petition to name a stage at Pinewood Studios after late Return of the Jedi director Richard Marquand.
  • The sound mixer for Star Wars Episode VII is excited.

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yoda-clone-wars-6th

This morning brought the news that the sixth and final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars will be released all at once to Netflix on March 7. While the show was canceled last year, producers put together this deal to finish unproduced episodes in order to answer some lingering questions. The new “season” is dubbed The Lost Missions.

At the same time, the five previous seasons of Clone Wars will be available to stream on Netflix, with a few director’s cut episodes. The feature film will also show up, giving Netflix subscribers one huge package of Star Wars material.

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Star Wars The Clone Wars

Star Wars: The Clone Wars is coming back. Netflix announced today that it has struck a deal for exclusive rights to the entire series, including a brand-new sixth season. Fans will be able to watch on the streaming service next month. Get plot details on the new season and more after the jump.

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Disney Wars Han Rider and Baloo the Wookie (header)

No, the header image isn’t from an impending Star Wars-Disney crossover — it’s just a fun bit of fan art. You can see the full image, plus the artist’s takes on Darth Vader and Princess Leia, after the jump. Also:

  • Clone Wars‘ Darth Maul will get a proper sendoff — in comics.
  • Are these the “top 10 Star Wars moments of 2013″?
  • Watch a short film by a pre-Star Wars George Lucas.
  • Peter Mayhew has a bunch of awesome old set photos.
  • See baddies in action in a new Star Wars Rebels still.

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PJ McQuade Star Wars Christmas

This edition of Star Wars Bits is all over the map. Below read about the following:

  • Star Wars joins Tumblr
  • …and reveals some new Star Wars Rebels concept art.
  • Disney announces the 2014 dates for Star Wars Weekends.
  • Mythbusters is doing a Star Wars themed episode, watch a trailer.
  • Dave Filoni talks about Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
  • Get two popular Star Wars mobile games at a discount.

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the-inquisitor-star-wars-rebels

Lucasfilm finally revealed some of their upcoming Star Wars plans this weekend at New York Comic-Con. There we learned a bunch about 2014′s Disney XD series Star Wars: Rebels, including that a new villain called the Imperial Inquisitor (above) will fight for the Empire. The Inquisitor’s reveal might have been the highlight but it was far from the only piece of news. After the jump, check out a bunch of new concept art from the show as well as the following:

  • Anthony Daniels might have confirmed participation in Star Wars Episode VII.
  • Ralph McQuarrie‘s designs are a major influence on Star Wars Rebels.
  • Daniel Radcliffe talks about friends working on Star Wars Episode VII.
  • The final episodes of Star Wars: Clone Wars will air in early 2014.

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