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GTP Toys: Space Walls Blast Doors Review and Giveaway

So you are going to want these, and as luck might have it, your friends at The Fwoosh have the hookup.

If you have not noticed, GTP Toys has been crushing it with their intergalactic Space Walls. We have covered them at length in the past, and if you have been paying attention, they show up frequently as backdrops for most of our reviews from that operatic space fantasy we all know and love. Well, while they make the backdrops look good, when a new release is scheduled, these pieces deserve to take center stage, and since the long-awaited blast doors have arrived, there is no time like the present.

Man, I have been dying for these since the day they were revealed, and apparently I am not alone because the first run of these sold out with the quickness. But do not despair, as mentioned above, we just happen to have a set at the Fwoosh office that is marked for a giveaway! So, after you check out some of these pictures, and watch Robo’s video review, check out the rules below so you get enter for a chance win a set of the Blast Doors DLX.

Here is Robo’s Review:

Remember to check out the GTP Store right HERE.

Okay, so you want a set to call your very own, well here is what you have to do:

Please read the following entrance criteria and rules very carefully so that your entry will count!

Entrance Criteria

To enter, simply respond to this article below using the Leave a Reply function. In your reply, tell us what you would like GTP Toys to tackle next in terms of their walls/backdrops. It can be anything related to the War among the Stars, we just want to hear your thoughts.

  • The drawing will be open to everyone (excluding staff, holders and employees of and GTP Toys).
  • You MUST include a valid email address when you respond (the winner will be contacted via email).
  • You must be over 18 to enter.
  • Entries thought to be outside of the above criteria may be removed from consideration without the entrant being notified.

Prize Drawing

1 (ONE) winner will be drawn AT RANDOM from the respondents and the chosen winner will receive 1 (ONE) copy of the GTP Toys Blast Doors DLX sets.

Fine Print

  • The entry period will end at 11:59:59 pm CDT on Sunday, April 16th 2017. No entries will be accepted after that time.
  •  Shipping will be free to the winning entrant.
  •  The selected winner will be contacted via e-mail (the e-mail attached to the reply) and he/she will have 48 hours to respond with their shipping information. If you do not respond within 48 hours, you will be disqualified and we will randomly select another winner.
  •  Staff members at, and employees of GTP Toys, are not eligible for this contest (sorry guys!)
  •  By accepting the prize, the winner agrees to hold and GTP Toys and their respective directors, officers, employees and assigns harmless against any and all claims and liability arising out of the use or redemption of the prize.
Good luck and thanks for reading!

111 thoughts on “GTP Toys: Space Walls Blast Doors Review and Giveaway

  1. I would really like to see some Theed Palace set pieces to accompany the duel of the fates and Episode I battle droids.

  2. Would love to see wall sections for a Star Destroyer interior, especially the bridge.

  3. Maybe some shiny black Death Star style floors, also some Falcon walls and other set pieces from the Falcon would be great

  4. Death Star prison hall way, with a cell and opening doors is something I’ve ALWAYS wanted for a Star Wars display. An added bonus would be an extra, damaged panel so the escaping Rebels can flee into the garbage chute!

  5. Cloud City would be such a wonderful contrast to much of the backdrops you typically see out there, those art deco designs in white/cream color with the potential to add some real pop with things like the delightful 70’s orange doors maybe even a control panel. Cloud City is my favorite set from the Star Wars franchise, the one I’d love to visit in real life the most. I’m already picturing how great Darth Vader or even the grayness of many Rogue One characters would look up against those white walls. These have less of a space vibe to them but often I think that is what makes Star Wars stand out, just how little things feel spacey at times.

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