Continuing our slow but fun journey toward creating a complete Star Wars action figure filmography we have added something old, something present and something from the future! 1984 – Silent Night, Deadly Night Featuring Jabba the Hutt Action Playset and Patrol Dewback 2008-2013 – Star Wars: The Clone Wars Starring Walrus Man*, “Blue” Snaggletooth 2014 – Star Wars Rebels (unconfirmed) Imperial Troop Transport, Stormtrooper blaster To check out the entire filmography click here and if you know of any Star Wars action figure (film or television) appearances not listed or have screenshots of figures on film, please let us know on our Facebook page at Facebook.com/4LOMKUSS so we may add it to our list!
For many carded collectors the first wave of The Black Series has become quite a challenge. The internet has not been shy about sharing the fact that these figures have been literally falling off the pegs. Pictures of department store self-fixes have ranged from tape and staples to yes even shrink wrap. This is a problem of the bubbles containing the figures not adhering permanently enough to survive a few days of manhandling on the pegs. Whether it’s the incorrect heat-sealing of this wave or the lack of enough glue which is causing them to not adhere to the black-printed cardback, Hasbro has acknowledged the issue and has assured collectors that Wave 2 will not see more of the same. But where does that leave [...]
What a breath of fresh air this year's New York Comic Con was for Star Wars fans. Coming just before the end of the Comic Con (aka major announcement) season, NYCC fans were treated to figure reveals, animation information and tons of new fodder for speculation. From 4-LOM to Zuckuss is taking a look back over the week's events with a figure perspective in mind. The week began with a sixteen second teaser trailer for Star Wars Rebels which filled us with much speculation as to what figures and vehicles could be making their appeareances on screen and in plastic next week. Our detailed speculation can be found here. The day before NYCC kicked-off, Hasbro played host to the "Twas the night before the con" [...]
With Monday night's debut of the ever so brief teaser for Lucasfilm's newest animated program, Star Wars Rebels, we can only begin to speculate about what's to come. With still close to a year until it comes to Disney XD, there has been very little in the way of information about the show. We have been treated to just a few McQuarrie inspired concept images and the name of the main protagonist's ship, The Ghost. Now as we have a one-track mind here at From 4-LOM to Zuckuss the micro-trailer has left us guessing on which vehicles we will be (hopefully) purchasing in the Fall of 2014. The Ghost, a Millenium Falcon type vehicle, seems to be a no-brainer for a large Christmas vehicle release. But with the [...]
Star Wars action figures are awesome! More than just movie toys; they have been a staple in toy aisles for decades, become pop culture icons and are credited for jump-starting the collectability of action figure toys the world over. We here at From 4-LOM to Zuckuss appreciate what Lucasfilm, Kenner and Hasbro have created so much so that we have dedicated ourselves to covering all things Star Wars action figure related and that’s where you come in! We are seeking out those who share our passion, to share their thoughts and memories of playing with and collecting those amazing little figures from a galaxy far, far away. 4LOMKUSS: Thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us. Now From 4-LOM to Zuckuss [...]
From 4-LOM to Zuckuss is excited to launch our newest section Lights! Camera! Action (Figures)! Star Wars action figures have become pop culture icons and we would like celebrate their fame by creating their complete filmography. As with all things here, we need your collective collector expertise and help! If you know of any Star Wars action figure (film or television) appearances not on our list, can confirm any "unconfirmed" appearances or could supply screenshots of figures on film, please hit us up on our Facebook page at Facebook.com/4LOMKUSS so we may add it to our filmography! To check out our work-in-progress filmography, just click the pic above or on the Lights! Camera! Action (Figures)! title at the top of the page!