Hasbro Announces the Star Wars Build-A-Droid Galactic Swap Meet at Celebration V

Jay Cochran - August 04, 2010
Hasbro will be hosting the Galactic Swap Meet at the Hasbro booth at Celebration V! Bring your surplus Build-a-Droid parts and trade with us, and other fans, as our booth becomes the hub for some serious droid-part-swapping!

Hasbro will have a limited supply of complete parts available for 14 of the buildable droids from the Legacy/Droid Factory basic figure line (see attached poster for exact droids we will have). Just bring your extra Legacy/Droid Factory parts and trade them 1-for-1 for parts you need to complete your unfinished droids.

Even if you don’t see the droids for which you need parts on the list, bring what you have anyway….there’s always a chance that another fan will have what you need.

To ensure that as many people as possible can complete their droids, we ask that only 2 Droid pieces be exchanged per person per day.

Spread the word!

See you at Celebration and May the Force Be With You!
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pooda - 2008-08-07 @ 7:28 pm
Robin is a kid, Nightwing is an adult. There is no size issue, it's all in people's minds. There, I said it

I hope cornerstore comics starts shipping these soon. Me and my friend were just discussing these the other day. 'Bout time they get the show on the road.....

I think the first Robin from the old Mattel Batman line (2003) is as taller as the character should be. He looks great next to the DC Superheroes black and gray Batman.

5'7" compared to 6 foot whatever is going to look like that no matter what any of you say. look at two people of the same hights as the characters....it'll look the same....the proof is in the numbers.

dctoyscollector - 2008-08-07 @ 6:11 pm
Robin is a kid, Nightwing is an adult. There is no size issue, it's all in people's minds. There, I said it

I hope cornerstore comics starts shipping these soon. Me and my friend were just discussing these the other day. 'Bout time they get the show on the road.....

I think the first Robin from the old Mattel Batman line (2003) is as taller as the character should be. He looks great next to the DC Superheroes black and gray Batman.

yojoebro82 - 2008-08-07 @ 5:23 pm

Robin is a kid, Nightwing is an adult. There is no size issue, it's all in people's minds. There, I said it

I hope cornerstore comics starts shipping these soon. Me and my friend were just discussing these the other day. 'Bout time they get the show on the road.....

SlushyFrog - 2008-08-07 @ 4:46 pm

I'm not sure if Tim is too short or Nightwing is just way too big. I think Nightwing is bigger than Tim is short.

pooda - 2008-08-07 @ 11:40 am
how is a 14 year old(or whatever) too small compared to grown men?

Prob with that is Robin isn't drawn "that" small by anyone and the kid is like 17. His figure is directly taken from this point in his life.. I'm going to buy it but Tim is WAY to small.. seems like they are going the route of DC Direct in making the figures outta scale in the same lines..

depends. if bats, gl, supes, ect....are inbetween 6'1"-6'-3", then how big would a teen look?, you act as if hes a freak of nature. how much bigger should he have been? hes already shoulder height....any taller, and he'll be to bats mouth. he not that big.

Robin

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Real NameTimothy "Tim" DrakeCurrent AliasRobin, Alvin Draper,

Mister Sarcastic

IdentitySecret

AlignmentGood

AffiliationThe Batman Family, The Teen Titans, formerly Young Justice

RelativesJack Drake (father, deceased), Janet Drake (mother, deceased), Dana Winters Drake (step-mother), Bruce Wayne (adoptive father), Dick Grayson and Jason Todd (adoptive brothers)

UniverseNew Earth

Base Of OperationsGotham City; Titans Tower,

San Fransisco, California

CharacteristicsGenderMale

Height 5'7"

Weight 135 lbs (61 kg)

Eyes Blue

Hair Black

Unusual FeaturesNone

StatusCitizenship American

Marital StatusSingle

OccupationAdventurer, Crime Fighter, Student

EducationHigh School Student

OriginOriginBecame Robin to act as a balancing force for Batman.

Place of BirthGotham City

CreatorsMarv Wolfman & Pat Broderick

First appearance

(as Tim Drake)

Batman #436 (1989);

(as Robin)

Batman #457 (1990)

thetruth1013 - 2008-08-07 @ 8:06 am
how is a 14 year old(or whatever) too small compared to grown men?

Prob with that is Robin isn't drawn "that" small by anyone and the kid is like 17. His figure is directly taken from this point in his life.. I'm going to buy it but Tim is WAY to small.. seems like they are going the route of DC Direct in making the figures outta scale in the same lines..

Clay - 2008-08-07 @ 3:37 am

They're minor complaints but I think Nightwing should be shorter and Robin and Sinestro should be taller. That said, I better find a Green Lantern and Deathstroke after the crap with Aquaman....

Darth Vehmic - 2008-08-07 @ 3:36 am

How tall is Grundy?

pooda - 2008-08-07 @ 3:01 am
This wave looks great. Grundy is huge! My only minor complaint about this wave is Sinestro's height... but I don't guess it's too bad.

Green Lantern and Deathstroke are awesome!!! Robin is too small, and Nightwing shoudn't be a little taller than GL.

how is a 14 year old(or whatever) too small compared to grown men?

dctoyscollector - 2008-08-07 @ 2:49 am
This wave looks great. Grundy is huge! My only minor complaint about this wave is Sinestro's height... but I don't guess it's too bad.

Green Lantern and Deathstroke are awesome!!! Robin is too small, and Nightwing shoudn't be a little taller than GL.

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