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Revelations can come from unexpected places. On Thursday, Disney and Lucasfilm announced Force Friday II, a September launch of toys and products for The Last Jedi, and along with it came a sample …

Revelations can come from unexpected places. On Thursday, Disney and Lucasfilm announced Force Friday II, a September launch of toys and products for The Last Jedi, and along with it came a sample …

Revelations can come from unexpected places. On Thursday, Disney and Lucasfilm announced Force Friday II, a September launch of toys and products for The Last Jedi, and along with it came a sample …

Revelations can come from unexpected places. On Thursday, Disney and Lucasfilm announced Force Friday II, a September launch of toys and products for The Last Jedi, and along with it came a sample …

Force Friday II Announcement Gives First Look at Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Force Friday II Announcement Gives First Look at Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Canon wants to be the #2 mirrorless camera manufacturer, will "ship a lot of mirrorless products" at the end of 2016 | Photo Rumors

Canon wants to be the #2 mirrorless camera manufacturer, will "ship a lot of mirrorless products" at the end of 2016 | Photo Rumors

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********CURRENT PRODUCTION TIME IS 2-3 WEEKS!!! PLEASE CHECK SHOP ANNOUNCEMENT PRIOR TO PURCHASING************* Classic and masculine, this

E-100 StandartPanzer: The E-100 was originally designed as an Heereswaffenamt alternative to the Porsche-designed superheavy Maus tank. It was authorized in June 1943, and work continued in earnest until 1944 when Hitler officially ended development of superheavy tanks due to raw material scarcity. After Hitler's announcement, only three Adler employees were allowed to continue assembly of the prototype, and the work was given the lowest priority. Even with these handicaps, the three…

E-100 StandartPanzer: The E-100 was originally designed as an Heereswaffenamt alternative to the Porsche-designed superheavy Maus tank. It was authorized in June 1943, and work continued in earnest until 1944 when Hitler officially ended development of superheavy tanks due to raw material scarcity. After Hitler's announcement, only three Adler employees were allowed to continue assembly of the prototype, and the work was given the lowest priority. Even with these handicaps, the three…

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