Commander Gree Militaries of Star Wars 12 inch Figure

Jay Cochran - July 12, 2011
Item Number: 21831

Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles

Attention EU Customers: Even though this item is not available to ship from the EU Warehouse, you can still order it via our US warehouse. You may be responsible for additional shipping fees and/or import taxes.

Est. Ship Date: 3rd Qtr 2011

Limited Edition: 1000

Product Summary

Sideshow Exclusive

The Sideshow Exclusive version of the Commander Gree 12 inch Figure includes a unique feature available nowhere else: Elite Corps 12-inch Figure Display Base

The Commander Gree 12 inch Figure features:

Armored Body with Phase II Helmet Portrait
Unmasked Portrait
Blastech DC-15A Blaster Rifle
Blastech DC-17 Pistol
Blastech DC-15S Blaster
Macrobinoculars
Two (2) pairs of switch-out feet (action and standing)
Generous assortment of switch-out hands
Sideshow Exclusive: Elite Corps 12-inch Figure Display Base

Product Specifications

License:
Star Wars

Product Type:
12 inch Figure

Product Size:
12" H (304.8mm)*

Product Weight:
4.00 lbs (1.81 kg)*

Box Size:
17.00" H (431.8mm) x 9.00" W (228.6mm) x 6.00" L (152.4mm)*

Est. Shipping Weight:
4.00 lbs (1.81 kg)*

* Product size and weight are approximate values. Est. Ship Weight is an estimated value for U.S. shipping calculated by item, box and shipping materials. International (non-EU) shipping costs are based on dimensional weight, click here for more information.

Artists:

Tim Niver
Tim Hanson
Jared Chapman
David Whitford
The Sideshow Collectibles Design and Development Team


Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles

Product Backstory
Clone Commander Gree, designation 1004, led the Elite Corps stationed on Kashyyyk during the Clone Wars. He served under General Yoda, commanding troops that employed specialized equipment for combat in the jungle environment. Though a faithful commander following Yoda's orders, Gree was ultimately loyal to the Republic. When Chancellor Palpatine enacted Order 66, Gree understood it was a worst-case scenario contingency -- the Jedi must have betrayed the Republic and were therefore dangerous enemies of the state.

Gree attempted to open fire on Yoda from behind in order to take out the Jedi Master before he had time to react, but he poorly underestimated Yoda's perception. Before he could squeeze the trigger on his rifle, Yoda flipped up and backwards out of the field of fire, decapitating the clone commander with one quick swipe of his lightsaber.
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Comments...

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Mavdayvaas - 2008-09-01 @ 9:34 pm

Indeed!

gunman_sr5 - 2008-08-31 @ 2:47 pm
forget the kid just seeing you post again makes me feel old its been so long

So is that a welcome back?

synch - 2008-08-31 @ 4:30 am

forget the kid just seeing you post again makes me feel old its been so long

RC_rika - 2008-08-30 @ 6:20 pm

@loll@ I heard he sucks... lol, j/k.

I'm glad to see old timers here too... I'm sick of seeing the same people over and over again! @lol@

JayC - 2008-08-30 @ 4:53 pm

I joined in the 2001 era, I hear the guy who started the place passed away and the whole place is run by machines now @hmmm@

Anyway it's great to see you old timmers still here and I'm sure if the owner was still around he'd say he really appreciate all you guys sticking around all this time and brining in new generations of fans into the hobby :)

Wheeljack35 - 2008-08-30 @ 4:12 pm

LOL you mean Energon Station members don't you :P

StrykerX2K - 2008-08-30 @ 4:11 pm

I have to say this whole thread was a great idea. It is nice to see some familiar names still around! IT's good to still be part of this board. I have actually enjoyed chatting with you guys about everything. After all these years, there are still quite a few of the people that I was familiar with, still on the board. We will certainly have to celebrate the 10th anniversary of this event...kind of like a class reunion in a way! #US1#

Maybe we need to do a roll call.....

Rodimus Primal - 2008-08-30 @ 3:45 pm

I think a little of both is in order Royal. I grew up more a TF fan and slowly got more into GI Joe as time went on. TFs will always come before any other fanbase for me though.

RoyalMarine - 2008-08-30 @ 4:46 am

I think I remember you GUNMAN from Cybercon 2003 in Camden. I think i still have the pictures from it, maybe

Anyway its great to hear from ya. I've been here for 5 years as well. Skarapz, Grand theft autobot (which I haven't seen in four years), Rodimus and his brother, Rika, etc. I wish I could attend another Cybercon again. I haven't heard anything from the group since the one in NYC.

I recently had a son who is now 11 months old! I dont know if I should make him a GIJOE fan or a Transformer Fan. Decisions, decisions.... @loll@

Wheeljack35 - 2008-08-30 @ 3:06 am

You actually look forward to Botcon?

Botcon nowadays reminds me of the oil companies .....charging outragous prices for no reason

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