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Then this toy was later acquired by Bandai.
Guess what? It is now being re-released for a limited time. One of the original transformable toys, it set the standard for others to follow. With a very sturdy construction of die-cast parts and ABS plastic body parts it can, through an ingenious set of hinges and joints; transform between Battroid, Gerwalk and Fighter modes without removing any body pieces. The markings will be painted on unlike the original release, which contained stickers.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
darth maul is one of my favourite character. his villain tattos shows how evil he is.
back to his speeder bike...appear in ep.1 during his recon at tattoine. one of the coolest
speeder bike design complete with tracking device robot jump out from back of the bike.
the pic shown the toys from hasbro that i purchased from one of star wars collector.
until now i still keep the original box and keep it properly in my 'mini museum'.
here some preview of the bike...
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
ABOUT a - wing
Simply put, the A-wing was a cockpit attached to twin engines. Like its Clone Warspredecessor, the Eta-2, the A-wing required pilots of exceptional skill to take full advantage of the vessel's speed, agility, and special features—and the Alliance lacked the Galactic Republic's Jedi pilots.
The A-wing's Event Horizon engines remained some of the most powerful sublight thrusters two decades past the A-wing's creation and were linked to highly sensitive controls. The vessels presented a number of challenges to pilots. Pilots had to adjust two dorsal and two ventral stabilizer wings with great care, as even a minor turn could send the speedy A-wing into a massive spinout.
The slight A-wing's wing-mounted laser cannons could rotate up and down sixty degrees for greater fire control. Some of those designs even had their guns modified to swivel in a complete 360-degree arc, thus providing a nasty surprise to any chasing fighter. While a tactical boon, the A-wing had no astromech droid to manage its weapons systems, requiring further attention from the pilot.
The combination of sensitive controls, unmatched sublight thrust, maneuverable weapon systems, advanced sensory and stealth packages, fragility, and heavily exposed cockpit strained even the best pilot. A-wings earned the nickname "slims" for their small frame made of carbo-plas, but also for the "slim" chance of a pilot surviving a direct hit on the ship after the shields were down, and the cramped cockpit that prevented larger pilots from flying the A-wing.