- Dengar has 14 points of articulation: ball-jointed neck, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel/hinge elbows, swivel wrists, ball-jointed waist, swivel hips, swivel/hinge knees, and swivel/hinge ankles.
- Dengar comes with only 4 accessories: 1x blaster pistol, 1x BlasTech DLT-19, 1x backpack, and 1x (removable) crotch armor w/ belt attached.
- Although I really don't recognize Dengar's face, the level of detail is just amazing. His face is noticeably scarred while his stern, eye-piercing gaze shows what an angry bad-ass he is.
- I definitely don't recall ever seeing Dengar's "backpack" or gear but the level of detail is just amazing. Nothing about the sculpt is out of place here.
- There are a few paint [mis]applications but nothing too major that it detracts any value from the overall figure.
- I was glad to see Hasbro finally sculpt a fully functional holster that can hold the entire blaster pistol snugly without it ever falling out.
- Although both of Dengar's pre-posed [gripped] hands look tight, they surprisingly can hold all of his weapons quite nicely.
- It's not too much of a big deal, but I don't know why Dengar's "crotch armor" is a separate piece from the rest of his body. Maybe the Hasbro factories in China forgot to glue it on? We won't know until this figure is released later on in the U.S.
- This isn't necessarily a bad thing either, but if you examine Dengar's left foot, you can see that his left sole isn't flat. Hasbro's sculptors probably did this in order to keep Dengar's balance and prevent him from tipping over.
- Nothing ugly about the figure here.
- I'm not too thrilled with Hasbro's attempt to cash in on SW fans' nostalgia by offering a "mail-in" vintage-style "rocket/missile firing" Boba Fett figure. I'd rather have another updated figure instead.
- Interestingly, the BlasTech DLT-19 accessory is not the same weapon Dengar is seen holding aboard the Executor (in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back). This particular gun is used by a fellow bounty hunter 4-LOM.
- This figure won't be available until later this summer or early fall.
I purchased this figure from eBay at a reasonable price of $11.99 (this included the Vintage Collection 2010: 4-LOM figure). If you don't want to pay full-price for a packaged figure, just purchase them online via any one of those eBay sellers located in China. Most likely, these figures are legit, because that's where all the Star Wars figures are produced. Just becareful when you go shopping for these goods, because sometimes these sellers charge a bit more than buying them locally. However, if you don't have the patience, then by all means, go ahead. If you do want to purchase these locally, then your best bet would be to go to your local Toysrus or Walmart. While online retailers (like BigBadToyStore) aren't so bad, they tend to place premium prices on figures they think will sell fast.
NOTE: I DO NOT REPRESENT eBAY, TOYSRUS, WALMART, OR BIGBADTOYSTORE. I HAVE NOT BEEN PAID TO MENTION THEIR NAMES. I AM ONLY RECOMMENDING THEIR SERVICES [OR NOT] BASED UPON MY PAST EXPERIENCES WITH THEM.
Generally speaking, the price of figures have gone way up. Last I heard, the 2010 "vintage-styled" Star Wars figures will have a price tag of $7.99 which is quite expensive for something scaled so small. However, judging from the level of detail work done on this particular figure, the $7.99 doesn't seem too unreasonable. However, unlike the previously released "vintage-styled" figures, the upcoming ones will no longer come sealed in clamshell packaging. It's not too much of a big deal, but for collectors who want everything in mint condition, they will have to be extra careful when purchasing these figures. I had promised myself not to purchase anymore Star Wars figures, but with these babies out, this may be one promise I will have to compromise on.
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