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The Sandcrawler: Star Wars Collectors' Show

Hosted by Dengar Dan and Mike Tarkin, The Sandcrawler Podcast is a Star Wars collectors show about collectors and their collections. We are your home for Action Figure Therapy!
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Jul 21, 2018

It’s summertime, baby! The Sandcrawler boys are back to help you shake them summertime blues!!  Last show we talked about Shadows of the Empire and this week we continue the discussion with your tweets, emails and comments. 

Concept art for Prince Xizor’s “Virago” ship courtesy of The Star Wars Collectors Archive by Gus Lopez.

Shadows N64 “special ending” where Dash survives. Thanks to Rez for the link!

We’ve gotten some announcements on new Star Wars figures hitting throughout the rest of the year but we’re going to wait until after San Diego Comic Con to see what else might be coming.  In the meantime we discuss the announcement of The Vintage Collection TIE Fighter - link courtesy of Yakface.com.  Steve Evans of Hasbro answers collector’s questions and we give that a listen. You can see the video here.

Dan has lived up to his promise to relive his childhood by purchasing nearly anything with a Power of the Force logo and we cover that and some of Mac’s recent finds in I Wanted Everything.

As a bonus, we’ve included Mac’s part of I Wanted Everything as a video on our YouTube channel as he showcases the awesome bonus content found in “Star Wars Stormtroopers Beyond the Armor.”

Our PLAY OUTSIDE feature on our website has been super popular! Thanks to everyone that has sent us photos and if you would like to send us photos of your action figures in the outdoors you can send them to sandcrawlerpodcast@gmail.com

Check out the “Fantastic Films” article on the NPR dramas here.

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