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BREAKING NEWS FROM TOYFARCE! No exciting announcement to make? No new items or teases to reveal? Fear not! You can always do a packaging reveal! This past week, in the same fashion as that friend we all have that doesn't have anything to say, but still says something (you know the one), several of the big brands didn't have any new products to reveal, so they just revealed the cardboard goodness that our MIB collector friends love so much. NECA started the trend by revealing the packaging of a figure we didn't know we needed, the Universal Monsters x TMNT Frankenstein Raphael figure. The packaging looks stunning with some Universal Monsters/old-timey horror poster vibes. Pre-order yours here! Hasbro followed up, with first some updates for the fully (crowd)funded Ghostbusters Spengler's Proton Pack, of which the campaign ended last night. They posted an update on all social media talking about the cardboard prison of the upcoming prop replica, mentioning that the designers are hard at work to make a fantastic packaging for an "otherworldly unboxing experience". Then, during their Power Rangers Fan First Friday livestream, after announcing their new *inhale* Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Lightning Collection Zord Ascension Project Dino Megazord, the team took a portion of the time to talk cardboard with us, revealing the beautiful design of the packaging. That is a box that is going to be hard to throw away... Pre-order yours here! And finally, at the end of that slow news week, Super7 revealed the packaging art of their upcoming TMNT Ultimates Party Wagon. Super7, who are some of the best at giving us an awesome, sweet, nostalgic unboxing experience with their Ultimates line, didn't disappoint once again, and the art on the box for the humongous vehicle looks fantastic. The TMNT Ultimates Turtle Wagon can still be found here. More news at 11:00... When in doubt, packaging reveal! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
A few weeks ago, Jedi Insider featured the DIY 3 3/4" Imperial AT-Hauler (Solo)by The Write Guy as the custom of the week, he has now added a custom box mock-up "A box mock-up I threw together one day hanging in the coffeehouse. Product number: E0319. Dimensions: 19" x 16" x 5". Trivia bit: these measurements are based on the toy itself separated into its main components -- body, gantry, arms, claw. This plausible box size is between that of Hasbro's Force Awakens Millennium Falcon and Kessel Run Millennium Falcon box sizes. So if Hasbro had actually made such an AT-Hauler, it would probably be categorized as a "Class III Vehicle" under their product designation and retail for at least $99."and a look at Rio's chair. ""Is it a good day?" Where Rio sits, Rio fits."Check out the image(s) of their custom below in our GALLERY!Click here if you would like to submit your own custom figure(s) to be displayed on JediInsider.com, and be sure to check out our Custom Forum section, where you can discuss and show off your work among other customizers.