Battlestar Galactica SERIES 4
Action figure debut of Gaius Baltar...
For a great selection of film, comic and TV action figures and collectibles, check out BigBadToyStore.com, Urban-Collector.com, BriansToys.com, DollsAmerica.com, ClarkToys.com, ToyWiz.com, VNCToys.com, PastGenerationToys.com, MonkeyDepot.com, RPMDiecast.com, HobbyLinkJapan.com, YesAnimation.com, and SuperheroToys.com.
For a great selection of film, TV and pop culture t-shirts and apparel, check out TShirtGurus.com and 80sTees.com.
The long-awaited fourth assortment of Battlestar Galactica action figures is finally heading to comic and specialty stores with a new configuration combining the best of the original assortment with a new oft-requested addition.
First up in the new Series 4 lineup is everyone's favorite short-tempered tyrant originally offered as a Previews Exclusive and now part of the main assortment - Admiral Helena Cain. Also familiar to fans is the second figure in the wave, Admiral William Adama - distinguished from his Toys R Us release by the inclusion of his signature mustache. Rounding out the assortment is the debut of Gaius Baltar in his signature Presidential attire as featured in the series' second and third seasons.
Re: Battlestar Galactica SERIES 4
Yes! So glad to see them keeping on with this line even though the show is done. I hope they can do the same with the various Stargates and Star Treks too. There's a ton of prototypes they showed us that I still want released! Plus lots of other characters they haven't even touched yet.
As for Battlestar I'd like them to complete the rest of the Cylons starting with main baddie John Cavill. Maybe even do a Cylon boxed set with all 8 of the mass-produced models? And my dream fig would be a boxed set with the hybrid in her tub (not gonna happen, I know)
Hmm, I'm still looking for Adama without the mustache. Haven't seen him around here.
And was Tigh released already? He's another one high on my want list.
Oh, and I need an Ellen Tigh too. And a Tom Zarek. And a Tory Foster. And...
See, there's still plenty more they could do here.