Darth Talon Premium Format Figure (Updated)

Jay Cochran - December 11, 2009
Sideshow has updated their Darth Talon product page with a Backstage Pass video for this very cool Premium Format Figure. Click on these links to check it out:





Item Number: 3000141

Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles

Est. Ship Date: 2nd Qtr 2010

Limited Edition: 400

Product Summary

Sideshow Exclusive

The Sideshow Exclusive version of the Darth Talon Premium Format Figure includes a unique feature available nowhere else: Removable cape with wired hem for versatile, alternate display

The Darth Talon Premium Format figure captures every stunning detail of the Twi'lek Sith Lord. Each piece is individually painted and finished to exacting standards, each with its own unique quality and detail that is the trademark of a handcrafted Sideshow Collectibles Premium Format Figure. The striking and boldly colored figure is cast in high quality polystone, and complete with hand-painted detailing. The Darth Talon Premium Format figure is an outstanding addition to any Star Wars collection, the perfect centerpiece to any display.

Product Specifications

License: Star Wars

Product Type: Premium Format Figure

Product Size: 18" H (457.2mm) x 11" W (279.4mm) x 9" D (228.6mm)*

Product Weight: 12.00 lbs (5.44 kg)*

Box Size: 20.00" H (508mm) x 13.00" W (330.2mm) x 11.00" L (279.4mm)*

Est. Shipping Weight: 12.00 lbs (5.44 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:

* Kevin Ellis
* Joe Allard
* Adam Beane
* Mike Najera
* Anthony Mestas
* Tom Gilliland
* The Sideshow Collectibles Design and Development Team

Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles

Product Backstory
A Lethan Twi'lek from the ranks of Darth Krayt's One Sith, Darth Talon's crimson skin is marked with the signature black tattoos of the Sith. The female Sith Lord earned each mark in ritual combat, imprinted by Darth Krayt himself. Her loyalty to Krayt is unrelenting, and she follows every word of her master without question. Seeing her faithfulness, Darth Krayt appointed Darth Talon as one of his Hands, trusting her to carry out his most important tasks.




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DarthJoe - 2008-06-25 @ 1:05 am
85-86 (the two best years for Joe figures hands down.

more single packs (and by that I mean NEW figures, not repaints)

who votes for VvV and Sigma Sux? @lol@

VvV wasn't all bad, yes, the molds were not up to our standards, and overall the line was not liked. However, that said, some cool characters were introduced who, if their uniforms were slightly altered could easily fit in with the more classic joes.

Yeah, there were some good figures from VvV. People give it too hard of a time.

No, I'm pretty sure VvV sucked. @lol@

:( awww man! You talkin'bout the theme overall or even the figures/toys themselves?

Both of the above.

Around the end of Spy Troops, I started losing interest in the new sculpt stuff and had went back to collecting vintage Joes.

VvV really sealed the deal. :(

RodimusMaximus - 2008-06-25 @ 12:51 am

I picked multipacks and comic packs because they're the cheapest "per figure" pricepoint.

I picked the oddball eras because some of those characters are the characters that have never been "done well" and have had the fewest homages.

Mercer rocks my socks. Ice Cream Soldier would be fun. If we must have another Duke, I'll take him in desert fatigues. Headman is just crazy cool.

If you take the best Joes and update them for 25th, nothing changes except proportions.

If you take the screwballs and the misfits, this could be their first chance at a cool toy if you tone down the loud colors and garish choices a bit.

Granted, not every 3rd stringer DESERVES a cool toy. But assuming this line will continue indefinitely (and I think it pretty much will -- and it will almost certainly resume after the movie and every repaint and redeco will be mined; does anyone DOUBT we'll see Shockwave?) then I would like to see a mix of the classics and staple characters with a representative or two from the various failed lines being given a second chance at life.

I don't want to see the whole Eco-Warriors team. But take Ozone. There's a guy we've seen in Star Brigade and Eco Warriors. His basic look is salvagable. And ONE environmental specialist on the team is tolerable diversity. (I don't need or want Flint or Barbeque or Deep Six shoe-horned into that role.) And Ozone represents both lines nicely enough as the one Joe who didn't have his whole look changed to fit in with Star Brigade or Eco-Warriors.

I don't need Cyborg Hawk or Space Snake-eyes. But a Blackstar or a Cesspool? Maybe.

I dunno. I'd want the main focus to be pre-movie Joes. But I'd like to seeone or two oddballs every wave, a single Joe or Cobra who represents an era or a team that isn't as "classic".

Viper Hunter - 2008-06-25 @ 12:27 am
85-86 (the two best years for Joe figures hands down.

more single packs (and by that I mean NEW figures, not repaints)

who votes for VvV and Sigma Sux? @lol@

VvV wasn't all bad, yes, the molds were not up to our standards, and overall the line was not liked. However, that said, some cool characters were introduced who, if their uniforms were slightly altered could easily fit in with the more classic joes.

Yeah, there were some good figures from VvV. People give it too hard of a time.

No, I'm pretty sure VvV sucked. @lol@

:( awww man! You talkin'bout the theme overall or even the figures/toys themselves?

DarthJoe - 2008-06-25 @ 12:04 am
85-86 (the two best years for Joe figures hands down.

more single packs (and by that I mean NEW figures, not repaints)

who votes for VvV and Sigma Sux? @lol@

VvV wasn't all bad, yes, the molds were not up to our standards, and overall the line was not liked. However, that said, some cool characters were introduced who, if their uniforms were slightly altered could easily fit in with the more classic joes.

Yeah, there were some good figures from VvV. People give it too hard of a time.

No, I'm pretty sure VvV sucked. @lol@

Pit Viper - 2008-06-24 @ 11:18 pm
85-86 (the two best years for Joe figures hands down.

more single packs (and by that I mean NEW figures, not repaints)

who votes for VvV and Sigma Sux? @lol@

VvV wasn't all bad, yes, the molds were not up to our standards, and overall the line was not liked. However, that said, some cool characters were introduced who, if their uniforms were slightly altered could easily fit in with the more classic joes.

Yeah, there were some good figures from VvV. People give it too hard of a time.

darthhenning - 2008-06-24 @ 9:06 pm
85-86 (the two best years for Joe figures hands down.

more single packs (and by that I mean NEW figures, not repaints)

who votes for VvV and Sigma Sux? @lol@

VvV wasn't all bad, yes, the molds were not up to our standards, and overall the line was not liked. However, that said, some cool characters were introduced who, if their uniforms were slightly altered could easily fit in with the more classic joes.

CLAM34 - 2008-06-24 @ 8:48 pm

85-86 (the two best years for Joe figures hands down.

more single packs (and by that I mean NEW figures, not repaints)

who votes for VvV and Sigma Sux? @lol@

KamenDreda - 2008-06-24 @ 1:32 pm

Well to me I think Hasbro has done a pretty good Job covering the Early Years (82, 83 & 84). Granted there are still some major holes in the line up (Zap, Short Fuze, Cover Girl and a several of the 84 Joes) but for the most part they have done a good job at those years. I think they need to start fleshing out 85, 86, and 87. There are a ton of classic characters from those years that still need to be made. Dusty, Airtight, Alpine, Mainframe, Dialtone, Lifeline, Zaranna, Zandar, Mindbender, Jinx, Tunnel Rat, Mercer etc.

In all honesty I won't feel like this whole 25th endevor has been worth while until every single character form 82-87 (with a few minor exceptions) has been made. I'm not saying i don't want other stuff too, but the nastolga factor is what is fueling this line for me and 82-87 is pretty much the main years i care about. I DO want to see some of the more modern characters made too like Barrel Roll, Bombstrike, Blackout, Scalpel and some more modern versions of many characters DD Spirit, DD Shipwreck, VvV Mindbender.

hoganvibe - 2008-06-24 @ 12:42 am

Short Fuse

Zap

Tan Clutch and Tan Grunt (short sleeves on Clutch, please)

Blowtorch

Recondo

Mutt

Scrap Iron

Footloose

Alpine

Airtight

Dr. Mindbender

Law & Order

Outback

Tunnel Rat

Crazylegs

The Fridge

Chuckles

Jinxx

Alley Viper (do it cool this time)

Freefall

SAW Viper

... plus a buncha vehicle drivers

Rama Sha - 2008-06-24 @ 12:22 am
I really, REALLY want a Low-Light figure, but given the other two choices listed with him, I went with Jinx/Hit & Run/Chuckles (however, I think Chuckles should be replaced with Outback). The other figures listed I could really care less about.

I don't think the choices listed where the figures he thought should be made, but just examples of figures from that time period that havn't been made. You shouldn't have let the figures listed decide which era you picked.

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