Star Wars Fan's Choice Number 4 - Mcquarrie Concept Stormtrooper Action Figure
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- Hasbro Star Wars Line
- 3 3/4" Figure (1/6 scale)
- Voted Fans Choice Figure
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"Lucas suggested that McQuarrie approach the work from the point of view of 'ideal' portrayals rather than feel restricted by what could actually be achieved in filming the situations represented in the art. George Lucas felt that McQuarrie's paintings would not only be of interest to (Twentieth Century-Fox), but, by helping to visualize his ideas, would also dissolve any hesitation on their part to go ahead with making the film. The production paintings were of incalculable value when it came to discussing "Star Wars'" production design and costuming. They reflect various changes in visual concepts as well as the evolving story line."
Thus, one of Mr. McQuarrie's paintings depicted "an incipient confrontation as the small group of fugitives try to escape the Imperial Stormtroopers," during their traumatic time aboard the Death Star. The dominant figure in the illustration is a stormtrooper wielding a lightsaber while more troopers approach him, carrying shields.
This action figure represents this striking production painting in toy form and it is cool! The stormtrooper comes with a blazing blue lightsaber, a long shield that's seen some laser blast damage, along with a more standard issue laser pistol with an accompanying holster on his utility belt. A display stand is also included for the figure that features a small notch: each foot on the trooper has a hole in his heels that you can fix onto the notch which allows the figure to stand on it securely. He can also stand on his own without the display stand.
The trooper has articulation movement which allows the buyer to swivel his head, move his arms up and down from the shoulders, and twist his arms to the left or right near the elbow. His waist can be turned to the right or left and his legs have articulation from the waist but unfortunately not in the knees.
I am a long-time lover of the Star Wars Saga, which explains my good fortune at having the long out of print "Star Wars Portfolio" in my collection. I bought my copy of this fine showcase of Ralph McQuarrie artwork back in 1977. Still, I only recently decided to take a chance and invest in this action figure. As I look at this unique Imperial Stormtrooper grasping all the equipment Mr. McQuarrie first envisioned for him all those years ago, I have to say...this is a cool toy!
May the Force be with you, Mr. McQuarrie, always.