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09.03.2015

The Star Wars YouTube channel hosted a worldwide STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS product unboxing live stream, which started yesterday in Sydney, Australia, and continued for over 18 hours! The event has spanned the globe, featuring the unboxing of new FORCE AWAKENS toys in Asia, Europe, Canada, and the Americas. It all culminated in a finale at Lucasfilm in San Francisco where the new Millennium Falcon ship was unveiled. If you'd like to check out the tail end of the event, skim through the video below! Otherwise I've included some pictures of what's included in the Falcon, where Han Solo is curiously absent...

The finale collectible revealed...the Millennium Falcon:

All of the figures and collectibles you see will be on store shelves tomorrow!

CLICK IMAGE TO OPEN GALLERY & SEE MORE PICS...

Source: StarWars.com

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8:04PM on 09/03/2015

Thank God this unboxing thing has been a huge flop

only 6000 people watched this thing at a specific time. After the 6000 it dropped like a stone to a few hundred LMAO
only 6000 people watched this thing at a specific time. After the 6000 it dropped like a stone to a few hundred LMAO
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6:21PM on 09/03/2015

Uninspired design work

Aside from grown adults fussing over children's toys, I honestly have to say that all of the new art design I've seen for this new Disney incarnation of Star Wars is really just uninspiring. Frankly it looks like some of the designs that came out of Star Wars knock-off movies and toy lines in the late 70s to early 80s.
Aside from grown adults fussing over children's toys, I honestly have to say that all of the new art design I've seen for this new Disney incarnation of Star Wars is really just uninspiring. Frankly it looks like some of the designs that came out of Star Wars knock-off movies and toy lines in the late 70s to early 80s.
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1:55PM on 09/03/2015
It is hard to watch grown adults play with toys.
It is hard to watch grown adults play with toys.
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1:10PM on 09/03/2015

The Decline and Fall of Civilisation ...

I'm not even vaguely religious but this worshipping at the high alter of gross consumerism is beyond distasteful. Also: shouldn't these items be released AFTER the film not before?! I just fail to understand this or see any intelligence in the process. Sickening!
I'm not even vaguely religious but this worshipping at the high alter of gross consumerism is beyond distasteful. Also: shouldn't these items be released AFTER the film not before?! I just fail to understand this or see any intelligence in the process. Sickening!
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1:14PM on 09/03/2015
Ha! Thank you for your rational thinking. It's truly bizarre and unsettling.
Ha! Thank you for your rational thinking. It's truly bizarre and unsettling.
6:17PM on 09/03/2015
So go move to Venezuela where you can worship at the altar of waiting in bread lines. [link]
Maybe starvation will have more taste for you.

Rational thinking my ass.
So go move to Venezuela where you can worship at the altar of waiting in bread lines. [link]
Maybe starvation will have more taste for you.

Rational thinking my ass.
3:50AM on 09/04/2015
so true!
so true!
6:19AM on 09/04/2015
Hello Moat Man.
I'm fascinated by your conclusion that my criticism of one extremely distasteful and vulgar display of over indulgence is a criticism of the entire capitalist system. I think you missed my point. What I was trying to say is that owning a car is fine but placing billboard ads in your local town telling everyone about your new car and how you bet they wished they had one too is not. My comment was about vulgarity not politics on this occasion but thank you for your knee jerk
Hello Moat Man.
I'm fascinated by your conclusion that my criticism of one extremely distasteful and vulgar display of over indulgence is a criticism of the entire capitalist system. I think you missed my point. What I was trying to say is that owning a car is fine but placing billboard ads in your local town telling everyone about your new car and how you bet they wished they had one too is not. My comment was about vulgarity not politics on this occasion but thank you for your knee jerk reaction nonetheless. I look forward to my invite to Washington from Senator Joe McCarthy.
7:27PM on 09/05/2015
Perhaps if you had any idea how many anti-capitalist dimwits commonly type out nonsense phrases such as "worshipping at the high alter of gross consumerism," you might not think my response to be a "knee-jerk reaction."

What's also typical of anti-capitalist dimwits, is the wringing of hands over problems that don't exist. Who is placing billboard ads in your local town telling everyone about their new car and how you bet they wished they had one too? Can you cite a single example of just
Perhaps if you had any idea how many anti-capitalist dimwits commonly type out nonsense phrases such as "worshipping at the high alter of gross consumerism," you might not think my response to be a "knee-jerk reaction."

What's also typical of anti-capitalist dimwits, is the wringing of hands over problems that don't exist. Who is placing billboard ads in your local town telling everyone about their new car and how you bet they wished they had one too? Can you cite a single example of just such a billboard?

But even if anyone were actually putting up such billboards, who appointed you as authority over what is or is not vulgar displays of over indulgence? What makes you feel that it's your place to make such a decree? Typically moonbats gnash their teeth over just about anything anyways, hence the nonsensical and inapplicable nature of absurd and adolescent hyperbole such as this.

The audacity of some clueless child calling this a sign of the decline and fall of civilization, when nations who prohibit such levels of consumerism have severe difficulty providing bare essentials like toilet paper and basic food staples, is astounding.

Additionally, have you given thought to the employees of Hasbro and other manufacturers of these products, who use this purportedly "distasteful" display of consumerism to generate income with which they use to house, clothe, and feed their children and families? Probably not, because forethought is not the forte of the average socialist dunce. Why don't you go sit at one of their dinner tables tonight, and let the family know how vulgar they are from earning wages off of distasteful consumerism, or whatever other meaningless Marxist gobbledygook you can come up with.

Quite frankly, the only thing vulgar and distasteful here, is the nature of your own myopic anti-capitalist idiocy.

P.S. McCarthy was right, and we need more like him.
11:44AM on 09/03/2015
That Millennium Falcon is pretty sweet but I'm more interested in the Black Series.
That Millennium Falcon is pretty sweet but I'm more interested in the Black Series.
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11:34AM on 09/03/2015
Scary and weird how this grown up behaves.
Scary and weird how this grown up behaves.
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11:44AM on 09/03/2015
Right? It's as if he ate a plateful of sugar for breakfast before making this program.
Right? It's as if he ate a plateful of sugar for breakfast before making this program.
12:42PM on 09/03/2015
He had a Nerdgasm.
He had a Nerdgasm.
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