New Images For Hasbro's 4th & 5th Waves Of Clone Wars Figures

Jay Cochran - August 30, 2010
Hasbro has released to us new packaged and loose press images for their 4th and 5th waves of basic Clone Wars figures for 2010.

Wave 4 which will be out on shelves by November will include:

- Shaak Ti
- Boba Fett
- R4-P17
- Embo
- Mando Trooper

Wave 5 which will be out on shelves by December will include:

- Zombie Geonosian
- Clone Draa with removable wings
- Cato Parasitti
- Clone Commander Jet

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darthhenning - 2008-08-08 @ 3:40 am
wouldn't they fit in recipe card containers?

If you're the kind of person who cuts out the file cards from the entire card back, recipe boxes work quite well (I have most of the 97-02 cards like that).


PhoenixSword - 2008-08-08 @ 3:28 am

wouldn't they fit in recipe card containers?

I AM SCI-FI - 2008-08-08 @ 3:04 am

I collect the filecards.

I would like some sort of rolodeck system made, where you have the rolodeck, and it comes with these attachments with holes for the binder rings and an adhesive strip that would allow you to stick it to the bottom backside of the filecards.

It would look something like:


| Remove to expose adhesive --- Remove to expose adhesive |



Pit Viper - 2008-08-07 @ 11:28 pm

I don't collect them but I don't throw them away either. However I am thinking of going through all the "new sculpt" card backs and what not I have. I don't think I need 20 of each.

darthhenning - 2008-08-07 @ 9:19 pm

I inherited all my original joes from my brother who didn't keep many of the cardbacks (at least that I've found). Since the 25th anniversery came in I've been attempting to find American cards for all the figures (thats hard in Canada, trust me) and I keep them on an enclosed bookshelf with my trades of Joe comics.

I wouldn't buy anything else to keep them in, except a rubbermaid container.


PhoenixSword - 2008-08-07 @ 8:57 pm

I keep all my 25th cardbacks and file cards in a big plastic container. i have my vintage filecards stored in a similar fashion. I like to read them sometimes and they look cool, but I wouldn't buy plastic sheets or anything like that to put them

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