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Sideshow Collectibles’ Clone Trooper Echo Lives to Fight Another Day [Review]

Sideshow Collectibles Star Wars Clone Trooper Echo

Though almost all of Star Wars expanded history has been wiped from the holocrons, there are still a great many stories that exist as part of the new canon. Stories taking place around the New Jedi Order or the Legacy of the Force have been left to memory, but the Clone Wars shows managed to maintain their legacies in the Star Wars pantheon. That era has given us some of the best new stories in the universe, as well as fan-favorite characters like Ahsoka Tano, Asajj Ventress and a number of Clone Troopers that otherwise had been generic soldiers in the Republic's war against the Separatists.

Where but a few of the Clone Troopers got some screen time in the prequel trilogy, the animated Clone Wars offered many more of the Jango-lites a chance to step into the spotlight. A few have even made the leap from the screen to action figure form. Such is the case with Echo, the second member of Domino squad to get a sixth-scale figure from Sideshow Collectibles. Though he borrows parts from other Clone soldiers Sideshow's previously released, Echo's slight variations make him a standout piece in an already solid series.

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Toy Review: Sideshow Collectibles Bomb Squad Clone Trooper

Sideshow Collecitbles Bomb Squad Clone Trooper

For many collectors, Star Wars is the license that got them into collecting action figures. Since there's hardly been a time when Star Wars figures weren't being made, the fanbase has a real affinity for lesser-known characters getting their moments in the clamshell spotlight. The less screen time a character has, the more fans want a figure to commemorate his obscurity.

Though there's been no shortage of clone troopers over the years, the various divisions of the Grand Army of the Republic have hardly been part of the on-screen action. Sure, we've seen countless grunts on the frontlines in both the films, games and television series, but it's rare to spend any significant amount of time with specific divisions like the airborne or scout troopers, or even the ordnance specialists. That's why it makes complete sense Sideshow Collectibles' latest figure would be based on a trooper that was seen just twice during the six seasons of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

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Link Ink: Kevin Conroy Returns For ‘Arkham Knight’, Paper Sculpture And Chogokin G7

Batman Arkham Knight Kevin Conroy

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Final Season Of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Coming To Netflix

Star Wars The Clone Wars


Fans of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars series have been looking for some closure, and now they're finally going to get it. The popular animated series will return for a sixth and final season, titled "The Lost Missions," after an agreement between Netflix and Lucasfilm/Disney. All 13 episodes of season six will be available on Netflix on March 7, as well as the the previous five seasons and the feature film.

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Link Ink: Massive Hand Drawn Maze Grows, Awesome ‘Futurama’ Sleeve And A Droid Doctor


Records: Joe Wos has been working to complete the largest-ever hand drawn maze... since July. So far it looks like the last Guinness World Record holder may be in trouble.

Anime: "Collectors Appear" in a new clip from the upcoming Mass Effect: Paragon Lost anime


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Hasbro Unveils Upcoming ‘Star Wars’ Action Figures [Toy Fair 2012]


If you're the kind of collector who chases every single one of Hasbro's 3.75" Star Wars action figures, then all I can say is, "May the Force be with you." There's simply a ton of toys rolling out in 2012 with the re-release of The Phantom Menace in 3D, the pending release of the fourth season of the CG Clone Wars animated series and continuous demand for the vintage figure line...

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