ARTFX+ C-3PO & R2-D2 Two Pack

Jay Cochran - July 15, 2011
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Star Wars ARTFX+ Statues bring you all of the quality and detailing that you expect from an ARTFX release in a great smaller scale thatís perfect for collecting! The new collection has exploded with such greats as Boba Fett, Darth Vader, Imperial Stormtroopers, and Republic Clone Troopers (the latter two in easy to collect two packs)! Up next is the most famous droid duo of all time, C-3PO & R2-D2!

From the very first frames of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, the stuffy protocol droid and his plucky astromech companion captured the hearts and minds of viewers around the world. They couldnít be more different but somehow through Imperial traps, Rebel celebrations, and forest moons they managed to influence the course of history. For the first time C-3PO and R2-D2 join the ARTFX+ line in this exclusive two pack. Both droids are sculpted to perfection, capturing all of the interesting mechanical details that made them so famous from C-3POís hydraulic joints and exposed wiring to R2-D2ís intricate paneling. Both heroic droids come with alternate parts for different display options: R2-D2 can be posed standing upright on two legs or leaning back on three while C-3PO has poseable arms and swappable hands! Finally, like the other ARTFX+ Star Wars figures the droids have magnets in their feet for display on included bases.

ARTFX+ Statues are fun-to-assemble pre-painted snap-fit kits that can be easily put together in seconds without glue or modeling skill. C-3PO and R2-D2 stand just over 6 inches and nearly 4 inches tall respectively (1/10th scale). Display them with the members of the Stormtrooper 2 Pack to recreate the Death Star Control Room scene from A New Hope!
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X3R0 - 2008-09-01 @ 5:27 am

I use a customized convention Pimp Daddy Destro. Yeah... I used a PDD for a custom, now THAT is pimpin'.

Zanzibar - 2008-08-30 @ 8:13 pm

I painted 1 of my 25th ann V1 mold similiarly like the comic book colors.

darthhenning - 2008-08-30 @ 1:49 pm

I'm planning on using the Destro from the upcomming 3-pack for alexander.

- mind you they're all similar enough it really shouldn't matter.

@can@

FireChief420 - 2008-08-29 @ 8:15 pm

For the 25th line I was thinking of using using the silver blade Destro as long as they keep them without the cape.

Cmdr_Y - 2008-08-29 @ 5:49 pm

I use this version:

Destro V13 - 2005 Convention

I dunno about the 25th anniversary stuff, but I imagine I'll customize a "V1" into one and use the IG version for Daddy Destro.

Cyber Bishop - 2008-08-29 @ 12:32 pm
It's "YOUR" joeverse. You can use which ever one you feels fit the bill. There are so many Destros it shouldn't matter.

Exactly, no one is right or wrong, it is each person's opinion to make their characters whoever they want really.

Example, I took off Grand Slam's head, put the comic 2 pack Hawks head on him then took Grand Slam's head and put it on the comic pack Shipwreck to make Deep Six from the comics.

jjlecaros - 2008-08-29 @ 7:03 am

id say the black chrome one that just came out in the comic pack

FireChief420 - 2008-08-29 @ 6:53 am

I thought that the VvV version looked like the ST version's son.

CLAM34 - 2008-08-29 @ 12:12 am

I'll go with...... "who is Alexander?"

Nah, Im kidding.. I know who he is.. but DD stuff doesn't exist in my Joe-verse

PhoenixSword - 2008-08-28 @ 11:47 pm

Alexander doesn't really exist in my joe verse... yet... i might paint one of my older destros heads gold to match my ig destro and use him as another general type figures..not talking 25th anny here lol

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