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Star Wars Hangar Crew (72006 & 72007) 1:72

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Star Wars Hangar Crew (72006 & 72007)

1:72 GreenStrawberry

 

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You've probably heard of Star Wars just like you've also probably heard of Bandai, so if you put those two together you've probably also heard of GreenStrawberry and if you haven't you're about to, so prepare your wallet for a shock when you see all the lovely sets that are available.  GS as I call them for my ease produce all sorts of accessories and detail upgrades for Sci-Fi subjects in general and Star Wars is one that features heavily on their menu.  This latest batch of sets are great for the diorama builder that wants to put their ships into a human scale on the ground, and we reviewed the first issue here a while back, then more sets here, and now yet more to flesh out your collection.

 

Each set arrives in a small rectangular box in their usual dark theme and white front, with the resin in a heat-sealed bag inside next to the folded instruction sheet that adds a little additional padding.

 

 

Hangar Crew Vol.VI Mechanics (72006)

Three figures are included, each on their own casting block.  The guard has his hands on hips and is moulded in one piece, while the other two have separate arms.  A mechanic carrying a large reel of cable with a separate arm swinging left arm to balance the extra weight, plus a mechanic standing there with his arms slightly wide that are moulded separately.

 

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Hangar Crew Vol.VII Guard & Pilot (72007)

Another three figure set with two guards in their traditional rebel helmets and body=warmers, one with one hand by his side, the other on a holster, while the other is pointing with one hand.  The A-Wing pilot is standing with folded arms and a wide stance with a posture that seems to indicate he’s a bit brassed off about something.

 

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Conclusion

More grist for the hangar mill to add some human scale to your Star Wars dioramas, all dressed correctly with realistic poses.

 

Highly recommended.

 

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On ‎05‎/‎03‎/‎2020 at 15:54, Mike said:

A-Wing pilot is standing with folded arms and a wide stance with a posture that seems to indicate he’s a bit brassed off about something.

Maybe he really wanted to be a X-Wing pilot! 😂

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