On this week/s show, Jake Stevens returns as we take a look at new news ahead of Triple Force Friday, The Mandalorian in Entertainment Weekly, when Black Series is white and new finds in I Wanted Everything. We also take a deep dive into Power of the Force promo stickers and Dan makes his case for POTF2 to be called vintage. All this and more on your home for Star Wars Action Figure Therapy!
Emotions are high this week as we talk about most of the news from D23, figure releases for Triple Force Friday and the apparent replacing of the ForceLink line with the a new 5-inch scale line. Mac shares some new finds in I Wanted Everything and Dan shares an absolute horror story about his Star Wars room.
Our good buddy, Jake Stevens of From4LOMtoZuckuss.com joins us as we breakdown what little new Star Wars news was announced at San Diego Comic Con 2019.
May 19th, 2019
What can we say, it’s all in the title! We sit down to provide insightful (bad jokes) and inspirational (more bad jokes) commentary as we watch our first Star Wars movie together. Happy 20th anniversary to Star Wars: The Phantom Menace! Look for our retrospective on the action figures from The Phantom Menace in an upcoming episode!Enter short description HERE
This week we bring you our in depth review of the Disney Parks Sandcrawler and cover the heroes from the Power of the Force line in 1997. We also take a look at the results of Hasbro’s Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Poll. We read a bunch of listener feedback and share our amazing care packages that were give to us by a listener (Thanks, Justin!!)
Not enough? Well we also talk about Canadian coins, BIll Hader, Luke’s Medal, Lando’s clothing, 2-1B’s lack of fame and Mac does an awful impression of Lando that for some reason Dan just loves.
Along with our review of the Disney Parks Sandcrawler on this episode, we also have a video review up on our YouTube page. You can find a link to that and an album of hi-res photos on our website.
This week on The Sandcrawler Mac and Dan are joined by Matt Cardona aka Zack Ryder from the WWE! Matt is an epic wrestling figure and toy collector and a big fan of the Power of the Force line. In our Collector’s Spotlight we find out what kind of collector he is and what the Power of the Force means to him. And we couldn’t have such a big fan of Power of the Force without covering the next wave in our series. So along with Matt we take a look at the Power of the Force villain figures released in 1997. Thanks to Rebelscum.com for their always excellent archival information. Big thanks to Matt for coming on the show and sharing his thoughts on Star Wars and wrestling toys! Find Matt Cardona on Twitter. Find details on The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast.
Hasbro’s panel at New York Toy Fair 2019 was a big one for Star Wars collectors with news of new releases, amazing exclusives, play sets and more.Â In order to digest all of the news from Toy Fair we’ve brought in a ringer: One of the most knowledgable people in the Star Wars collecting community, our good friend, Jake Stevens of From4LomToZuckuss.com.
Welcome to the Star Wars Commonwealth! Every day, more and more people are hitting the internet looking for great Star Wars content. It’s become really crowded out there, but one can never get enough Star Wars talk, can they? So with that in mind, we’ve banded together to create a network of informative, engaging, and fun Star Wars podcasts. The Star Wars Commonwealth exists to help bring together passionate podcasters and share their love of the galaxy far, far away with you. We would love to have along for the ride!