Malaysian Pewter makers Royal Selangar have recently announced a line in Star Wars pewter objects. Part of this collection is a Millennium Falcon 16gb flash drive.
The price will be £69, which is pretty expensive when you consider that the Mimo Micro card retails for $12.99. Still, it’s quite a nice item and it’s always nice to see a new license.
I wonder if the stick part can be folded or retracts into the body of the cast?
I don’t think that these will be limited as the other items are all listed at edition sizes in the area of 5, 000.
With The Force Unleashed release looming closer, September the fourth sees the first TFA toys hitting the shelves. Hasbro are releasing this “Battle Action” Millennium Falcon toy for their 3.75″ line.
This is getting quite a lot of flack from the guys at the RS forums and I can understand it with the whole Nerf gun. But let’s remember that this is a toy, first and foremost so I will definitely be picking one up. I wonder if the “features” give any clues to actual changes to the Falcon in Episode VII?
ACME Archives have released this Giclee print to Raymond Swanland’s “Ahead Of The Odds”.
With The Force Awakens due soon and all the new toys that will bring, i can’t afford this.
The Canvas print is $395 and limited to an edition size of 150 and is 20″ by 30″.
The Paper print is $165, limited to an edition size of 150 and the is 17.5″ by 20″.
rebelscum have reported seeing this Millennium Falcon remote controlled toy by Air Hogs. They’re on the shelves for $88 and they look like a lot of fun.
There’s also a speeder bike and Luke’s Landspeeder available. I hope that these come to the UK.
Later today, (12pm EST, to be exact) the Bottleneck Gallery are selling off Marko Manev’s Star Wars Noir prints.
They’re limited to an edition size of 125 and are a very reasonable $35 each. I must confess that of them all, Droids is my favourite.
There’s a black and white variation release that’s limited to an edition size of 50.
These too are $35 each. Damn, these have all sold out already. Here’s a close up of the Smugglers variant.
Theresa sent me this very nice Millennium Falcon snack tray by Wood By Hand LLC on Etsy.
Each one is hand made to order using various domestic and hard woods including Hard Maple, Black Walnut, Cherry, Honey Locust, Osage Orange, Holly, Purpleheart, Wenge, Paduak. Each tray will be 16″ by 21″ and 2″ deep. At $250 it’s not cheap, but each one takes 4 to six weeks to be made by hand. Besides, it is nicely made and pretty cool too, so worth the money in my opinion.