Sunday 19 February 2012

Yet more Star Wars Micromachine figures

 These are the last pictures of the set  I took some time ago. The idea was to use them as filler posts, while I sorted stuff out for the Harad campaign. 

Bobba Fett: I believe these cover all of the poses produced by Micromachines.
The central figure is from the Bounty Hunters set.
Leia as Boushh the bounty hunter. Note the differences in coluring and sculpting between the helmeted and unhelmeted versions. In the background is the human female replica droid assassin Guri, Guri appears in Shadows of the Empire.

The central figure is Princess Leia Organa from the second release of the Classic Characters. The second release had brand new figure sculpts rather than a rehash of figures from the playsets as in the first release of the Classic Characters set.

Bounty Hunters from the Bounty Hunters set. L. to R. Front Row: 4-LOM and IG-88, Rear Row: Bobba Fett, Dengar, Bossk, and Boushh.
More Bounty Hunters. L. to R. IG-88, Bossk, Boushh, Snoova, and Zuckuss. While released as part of the Bounty Hunters set, the Snoova character appeared in Shadows of the Empire, not the original trilogy.

Bounty Hunters.
Guri - droid assassin from Shadows of the Empire. Micromachines produced a series of sets tied to the release of this story/video game product which is set between The Empire Strikes Back and the Return of the Jedi films.

Jabba the Hutt. These figures were only available in playsets.
Swoop Riders. The big red ones are from a Shadows of the Empire set, the small one is from the Jabba the Hutt head playset.
A close up on the Jabba from the Jabba the Hutt head playset.
Musicians: The blue keyboardist is Max Rebo, the yellow singer is Sy Snootles, and who can forget the cantina band of Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes.
The moped version of a jetbike?
A Swoop biker gang is a force I would like to build up for SWD.
Greedo, figures from playsets, mini heads, and the Bounty Hunter set.
Luke's Aunt Beru, and Uncle Owen. figures are from the transformable Death Star playset.

Two figures each of: Bib Fortuna, and Lando Calrissian disguised as one of  Jabba's skiff guards. These figures were released as part of  playsets.
Cantina Bar flies. L. to R. Duros, Kabe, Gotal. Each C-3PO head playset contained a set of these.
Expanded universe character figure from one of the novel figure sets.
Pit droids, presumably released as part of an Episode one playset, possibly even from the Action fleet range.
Watto - one of a number of neat figures I been supplied by Glenn.
ASP Droid. Figure released as part of the Shadows of Empire range.

Rebel Pilots, multiple nine figure sets, plus additional from the playsets to represent Luke or Wedge.
Group shot of pilots.
Totally legit 2nd hand droid sales dealership.
Luke's Sandspeeder. Released in one of the vehicle sets.
Various sculpts of Yoda.
Wookies! All Micromachines except the tan one. That is a figure from the Revell Millennium Falcon model.  All the Revell Star Wars figures here are from Glenn.
Another view of the Wookies. Chewbacca in many poses.
Lando Calrissian. Gambler, Administrator, Hero of the Rebellion.
Nein Numb: Seated and standing.
Han Solo. Lots of figures from the playsets, one from the Classic Characters set, and a Revell figure from the Millennium Falcon model.
C-3PO and two Ugnaughts. The Ugnaught figure was released as part of a playset.

"It's a trap!" The Admiral Ackbar figure was released as part of the small head character range.
Jedi Knights. L. to R. Qui-Gon Jinn, figure from one of the Episode one sets, Obi Won Kenobi, figure from the second release of the Classic Characters set, Obi Won Kenobi, figure from the Transformable Death Star playset, and two Obi Won 'ghost' figures - one from a playset, the other from the first release of the Classic Characters set.
Is it a disguised Queen or one of her handmaidens? Does anyone really care? Figure from an Episode One set.

Lots of Lukes! From whiny farm boy, to brooding Jedi Knight.
A pod racer from one of the Episode One sets.

And that should document my Star Wars Micro Machine collection. Should I gain anything, or do anything interesting with it, I will post it on this blog.


  1. The Phantom Menace playset that's infiltrated your ranks without you knowing about it is one of the Queens cruiseship stranded on Tatooine. It came with a Darth Maul on speeder that you'd move forwards and then walking guy would 'dive' like a pancake for cover. Good times.

    1. Thanks for the heads up on the playset, and for stopping by!