The Sandcrawler #91 - Collect All 19!
*Content Warning: there are two strong F-bombs at the start of this episode•
We know there are far more important things going on in our world at the moment but we also know that we all need to keep some perspective and if possible have some fun and this week we are here to do that for you.
Yes, we may rant, lecture and flat out insult certain members of our society but between all that is a lot of fun Star Wars talk. After a PSA about Covid-19.
We start the fun off with a great iTunes Review from David Cabal (Thanks, David!) and Mac talks a bit about some updates in his Star Wars Room now that he has some downtime. We talk about The Rise of Skywalker digital release and novelization.
We catch up on Clone Wars Season 7, discuss Ahsoka on Clone Wars and the news that she will be appearing on The Mandalorian Season 2, played by Rosario Dawson. Friend of the show, Stephen Stanton celebrated 10 years since joining The Clone Wars and shares an awesome highlight video of his work.
We have some big updates to TheSandcrawler.net -
NEW PLAY OUTSIDE FEATURE - Luke Skywalker on Hoth
2nd NEW PLAY OUTSIDE FEATURE - Brandon Taylor- Swamp Patrol
NEW COLLECTOR'S SPOTLIGHT - Rob Williams’ Parent’s House
Both pages have been updated and redone. Much faster loading time and the new look will allow us to update your spotlight if you want. Great especially for your ever-changing Star Wars room.
With all the down time that (alot, not all) of us may have, spend some time with your Star Wars figures, get on the floor with your kids and play and send us a few photos.
It’s been awhile since our last show so we follow up on New York Toy Fair 2020 and discuss some great news uncovered by Yakface.com. There are some really cool figures coming, folks!
We share recent finds in I Wanted Everything and debate the endless debate of 5POA vs super articulated 3.75 action figures.
We revisit Power of the Force, this time looking at the CommTech wave from 1999-2000. It’s a small amount of figures but, yikes, there’s a lot of good ones! Thanks to Jedi Temple Archives and Rebelscum for their always excellent archival information!