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  1. Over the past few weeks, there's been a disturbance in the Force that we have all felt: The Haslab Rancor campaign tier reveals have been quite a letdown, and many loyal fans ended up cancelling their backing, as a response. Indeed, the Haslab Rancor will come with a repackaged Gamorrean guard, plastic bones, a cardboard back drop, a repackaged Salacious Crumb, and yet another version of Return of the Jedi Luke Skywalker. Many collectors took to social media to express their discontent, and tried to make the message clear about what they wanted, like the obvious choice of having Malakili, the Rancor keeper figure come with it, or Jabba's exotic dancer Oola, with the hashtag #NoOolaNoMoolah trending for a bit. Well, we know that Disney decided a few years ago to not ever produce any merchandise again depicting what was then known as "the Slave Leia" (now called the "Hutt-slayer Leia"), because of the outrageous, objectifying outfit that the Alderaan princess was wearing in the Return of the Jedi. We also know that the movie had to be edited to remove Oola's wardrobe malfunction from the original versions of the film. But why would the Rancor Keeper not be included, you ask? ToyFarce asked an anonymous source that worked for Disney and Star Wars for years. "Well, the Rancor Keeper, or Malakili, is also a subject of great controversy at Disney. When you watch the movie, you'll see that he is TOPLESS in every one of his scenes! He is exposing himself all the time! It's a miracle that Disney hasn't edited a t-shirt over him yet! So no, there won't be any Rancor Keeper figure. First 'Slave Leia', then Oola and now Malakili..." More news at 11:00... "He got his titties out!"
  2. Last week, ToyFarce sent a request to Haslab to try to get an exclusive interview (since we're on Toy News International and we can do things like that now). To our biggest surprise, they granted us that interview and were actually pretty excited about it! We were expecting a great sit down interview with members of all the different great teams, to talk everything about Haslab: Marvel Legends Galactus, the G.I. Joe Skystriker, the Ghostbusters Proton pack, and the Star Wars the Black Series Rancor... Well, it turns our there is another company called Haslab, a homeopathy company in India. Here's what we salvaged from the interview... ToyFarce: Hello, Haslab, and thank you so much for accepting this interview with us. We couldn't believe that you'd accept an interview after we've been teasing you for so long, so we really appreciate it! Haslab: You're welcome, we're very excited to have a chat with you and get more awareness on the fantastic world of homeopathy! ToyFarce: Wait, what?... Anyway, so how is the development going on Galactus? Haslab: You must be talking about our Gastrolus drops... those are great if you have stomach issues! It helps with heartburn, flatulence,... ToyFarce: I... am very confused right now. Moving on, how happy are you with the response to the G.I. Joe Skystriker? People are very happy about the long-awaited comeback of the O-ring figures! Haslab: "O-ring"? Do you mean...the b**thole? We have a very wide range of products to ease digestion and relieve you of any pain in the colon! ToyFarce: Okay, I see what's going on... If I say Proton Pack? Haslab: Yes, we have lots of tonics too! ToyFarce: This interview is over. Well that was a waste of time... More news at 11:00... Haslab, live life without side effects!
  3. Last Friday, Hasbro held a short but sweet "Star Wars: Fan First Friday" livestream, where they gave us more information about the current Haslab Star Wars project, the Black Series Rancor. We were shown pictures of the first prototype in all its greyness, and the first unlockable tier was revealed: It will be a retro-carded Gamorrean Guard... (and the crowd went mild for that one!). ToyFarce went above and beyond to try to uncover more unlockable tiers for all collectors who were disappointed by that first one, which is basically a re-packaging of an already released figure (still available on our sponsor BigBadToyStore!). #RepacksAreTheNewRepaints Obviously, we can imagine that one of the next tiers will be the Rancor Keeper. All that we can hope is that he comes with a second head sculpt, a crying one, so that we can recreate that heartbreaking scene when the Keeper cries next to his baby Rancor that just met its demise. So touching... Another great unlockable tier would be 'The Door', that unforgiving weapon that Luke uses to defeat the Rancor (spoilers!). The following reveals have been sent to ToyFarce by a trusted source, so we can say with 97,3% certainty that those will be the ones revealed by Hasbro very soon: What other unlockable tiers would you want to see with your Haslab Star Wars The Black Series Rancor? Let us know in the comments! More news at 11:00... *ROAAAAR!* (actual Rancor quote)
  4. Today I take a look at the new Transformers: War For Cybertron Haslab Unicron figure from Hasbro. You can purchase Transformers from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. Check out images for this figure below in our GALLERY and be sure to share your own thoughts about it in the COMMENTS SECTION.
  5. Hasbro has teased on their social media an announcement for what appears to be HeroQuest related coming on Tuesday September 22. One of the tags used in the post along with this image of HeroQuest game symbols is #Haslab. They also recently launched a new HeroQuest website. For those not familiar, HeroQuest was a dungeon-crawling adventure type board game put out by Milton Bradley in the early 1990's. The game featured art and miniatures from Games Workshop. The website Hasbro has launched would indicate a new game is coming that will be published under the Avalon Hill imprint. The timer on the website matches up with Hasbro's announcement. It's unclear how Hasbro's crowdsourcing website Haslab will play a role in all of this, but likely Hasbro is looking to get funding for the game through crowdsourcing means.
  6. Hasbro today is doing one of their Fan-Friday video live stream events for Star Wars. We will be updating this post with whatever new information and images of new product reveals are made as they happen. You can see the video here: https://www.facebook.com/hasbropulse/videos/625122544874756/ For Vintage Collection: They showed a video showing off the Target Exclusive BMF Falcon re-issue. Hondo Ohnaka will be released on a Vintage Collection Cardback. The cardback will have a new pill color to match the Galaxy Edge buildings. Will be up for pre-order everywhere at 4pm ET and due out in Oct. Vintage Collection Tantive IV Dirorama playset is coming. It will be done modular style so you can combine them if you get more than 1. It will come with an exclusive Rebel Fleet Trooper on a new Rogue One Vintage Collection Cardback. The cardback will be revealed at a later date. It will have photo-real technology. You can gear him up in different ways with the accessories. The playset will allow you to re-create both main Tantive hallway and the corridor where Leia puts the plans in R2-D2. They announced a new Darth Vader figure on a Rogue One Vintage Collection cardback for the first time. He has an updated helmet, robe, lightsaber. He also has a newly sculpted torso. Vader and the Tantive IV playset will be up for pre-order everywhere at 4pm ET. They will be out in 2021. Celebrate The Saga with eight 5-packs featuring 5 points of articulation figures. These will be released for a limited time and after these are released they will be put in a vault, though you may see the figures again eventually. These will use photo-real technology. The first one is the Rebel Alliance pack coming to Amazon with R2-D2, Jedi Luke, Chewbacca, Bespin Han and Hoth Leia . The second set will be based on The Resistance. It will include BB-8, Poe Dameron (X-Wing Pilot), Last Jedi Rey with Porg, Force Awakens Finn and Last Jedi C-3PO. It will also be an Amazon exclusive. The third pack will be The First Order. This will include Captain Phasma, General Hux, Flame Trooper, First Order Commander, Mouse Droid and BB-9E. This will be available everywhere. The next 5 packs will include new or updated droid figures. The Jedi Order set will come with an exclusive R7-A7. It will also have Episode 3 Yoda, Mace Windu, Episode 3 Obi-Wan and Anakin. R7-A7 is being done fir the first here in realistic style. This set will be available everywhere. The Galactic Republic Set will include a new OOM-10 who was a re-programed Battle Droid that worked for the Galactic Republic. The other figures in the set include White Clone Trooper, Red Shock Trooper, Commander Cody and 501st Cline Trooper. This will be released everywhere. The Galactic Empire set will include R2-Q5, Desert Stormtrooper, Biker Scout, Imperial Snowtrooper and Tie-Fighter Pilot. This will be released as a Best Buy exclusive. R2-Q5 was originally released in the Power of the Jedi line back in 2001. The Bounty Hunter set will include R5-P8 which is making his action figure debut here. He is Hondo Ohnaka's droid. Other figures in the set include Boba Fett, Jango Fett, Bossk and IG-88. This set will be released everywhere. The Sith Set will include Kylo Ren, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, TC-4 and Darth Maul. It will be released as a Best Buy exclusive. TC-4 makes his figure debut here. All the 5-packs will be available for pre-order at 4pm ET. For Black Series: Black Series Gaming Greats Electro Staff Purge Trooper from Jedi Fallen Order is coming to Gamestop. It has a Magna Staff with electricity effect pieces. Gaming Greats figures will continue to have old line style packaging for this year. If the line continues in 2021 then they will update the packaging to the new style. New Clone Trooper Phase 1 Lt. (Blue) coming to Walgreens. He will come in Attack of the Clone new style packaging. Both these exclusives will be up for pre-order today at 4pm ET. Force FX Emperor Palpatine Elite Lightsaber announced. The real metal hilt with chrome finish has removable blade with lights, sounds and force lighting effect. There is a special emitter end that can be attached to the hilt for when the blade is attached. It will be available everywhere and goes up for pre-order at 4pm. This years EU exclusive will be announced next week. The Star Wars Haslab campaign for Vintage Collection will be announced and launch in September. Look for more VC Mandalorian figures to be announced in coming days.
  7. Evryday Erik takes an in-depth look at the Haslab Jabba's Sail Barge*(The Khetanna), including an IMAGE GALLERY (Below)
  8. Just over a year after it was first announced during the 2018 Toy Fair, the Haslab Jabba's Sail Barge should arrive at their destinations over the coming weeks. Lucasfilm’s senior manager of product development, Chris Dern, takes a look at the work that has gone into the finished product. "Weighing in just shy of 14 pounds, and measuring at 49.35 inches long, 14.64 inches wide, and just over 17 inches from the base to the tips of the sails", the barge is made up of 250 individual parts, pieced together by both machine and by hand. To recreate the 'used universe' look, "the paint deco was painstakingly applied in layers, a mix of molding, airbrushing, and handpainting that makes each individual barge unique. “You can see the brush strokes,” Dern says, " From the cockpit, to the prison cell, galley, and audience chamber, they tried to create a mix of authenticity and added play value. “The designers went into this really thinking of functionality and playability,” Dern says. “Our goal in our role here is, how accurate can we get? Whether it is scouring for an old set of blueprints, utilizing archived models, published materials, and/or entertainment footage, all of which helps guide us in our decision making and ultimately to the final result.” "The ship is delivered with a 3.75-inch scale Jabba the Hutt, with detailed paint deco to match the grandeur of the Khetanna, and a special Vintage Collection Yakface figure. A carded version of the figure will be available for the mass-market release." A lot of work went into the box art, as well, a 120 hour photoshoot which required 14 Hasbro employees, 900 pounds of sand, and one custom, posable Sarlacc. For even more added play value, Hasbro recently revealed a new Desert Skiffvehicle, as well as, a Vintage Collection Lando Calrissian (Skiff Guard) figureand Skiff Guard 3 Pack, which should be available later this year. (Source: StarWars.com)
  9. We talked with Steven Evans from Hasbro's Star Wars design team about Haslab, the Jabba's Sail Barge, Vintage Collection and what the ultimate Death Star playset would look like. Let us know in the comment section below, would you be interested in seeing a Death Star playset done for Haslab and what is the maximum you would be willing to spend on such a thing?
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