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  Darth Skuldren
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As revealed at the Wonder Festival 2014 in Tokyo, Medicom's MAFEX toy line will be rolling out Star Wars figures "soon". The figures are 6-inch scale, so they'll be competing with Hasbro's 6-inch Black Series line.

Tomopop has the info and pictures of the reveal at Wonder Festival.

http://www.tomopop.com/wonder-festival-2014-winter-star-wars-invades-mafex-line-33595.phtml

You can also check out pictures of the other figures in the MAFEX line on Toyark.

http://news.toyark.com/subline/mafex

The MAFEX line is pretty new. So far they've only made a Spiderman and Batman figure. Both are around $40, but are very detailed, articulated, and come with a good assortment of accessories. I really like the look of the Spiderman. The articulation looks impressive. As someone who is collecting the Black Series 6-inch line, I'm looking forward to what MAFEX can do. Some of Hasbro's figures are a little disappointing. As a collector of ThreeA toys, I'm a little spoiled when it comes to quality, detail and articulation.
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Did you see that Hasbro is gonna be doing a Jabba?
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I keep hearing rumors. If they do make it, I'll probably get it. I love Hutts. Hopefully they give him some articulation, though. I don't really need another statue.

Edit: Just saw the Toy Fair news. Awesome! They also have pics of the Scout Trooper and Speeder Bike, Chewie and more.

Source: http://movies.cosmicbooknews.com/content/new-hasbro-star-wars-black-series-toy-fair-includes-darth-vader-jabba-hutt-emperor-palpatine
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