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i just read the review about the commander deviss figure[i assume commander bly figure is the same,have not read it].anyway there are some errors in the review regarding the history of the character.first he WAS NEVER a rebel and he NEVER fought the imperials,second he is meant to look like a storm trooper as their armour is considered to be a phase 3 type armour.third, as a clone when order 66 was given he ,along with the rest of the clones changed sides and they became the first generation of the imperial storm trooper corps,fourth,the empire DID NOT exist untill the clone wars came to an end,...the author of the review for this figure has clearly not seen the new star wars films[if he had,he would not have made the mistakes re the history]or if he has seen them he is getting them confused with the originals in a big way but as far as the figure is concerned it is a good review,dont mean to sound like a wet blanket but thouhgt to put you guys straight on the history of the clones
Before becoming a Commander, this fellow was a hard working Captain in a star fleet. Deviss fought in numerous missions and aided the Rebels in their battles against the Imperials. If you follow Star Wars then you will have some idea what I am talking about. Deviss is part of the Clone Wars collection, so don't expect to see him in the older eighties films. He was deemed significant enough to have an action figure made of him though. The toy joins thousands of other figures in the line up.
Is he worth getting though? On initial inspection, he looks more like a Stormtrooper than a Rebel soldier. That is a problem I have with these Clone Wars troopers, they look too much like Stormtroopers. Despite the comparisons, he has been crafted well. A few inches in height, made from plastic and with moveable limbs, you can create a range of poses with him.
The helmet has good detail and looks smart, sleek and mysterious. Some good design work on his shoulder area, with plenty of armour here and padding. His arms and legs have been fleshed out to show muscle and tone which is important as he is a fit character. The white suit is flecked with dashes of black, which further calls to mind the Stormtrooper costume.
Deviss comes with a respectable rifle which has been articulated very well. This he can hold in both hands. Some extra add on accessories bump up the value of this figure. Visually, he looks smart and the design work is impressive. Character wise he is not that inspiring, given that you could pick aliens or heroes to buy instead. I would therefore not rank him as a top buy, but maybe someone to consider for completists only. He will cost about seven to eight pounds boxed.