Star Wars action figures

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Postby Warhead » Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:43 am

I'm with Hobo on this. There is only one proper Star Wars Figure and that is the Original Figures. Anything else is just a sham and no better than the Jap-erican Teenage Mutant-Poko-Transforming-GI-Jo-He-man Thundercraps action fuckerage of the early 90's. When kids mass produced toys became utter cheaply made gommi trash.

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Postby Hoboman » Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:14 pm

Man, that poster brings back memories. [wistful sigh]

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Postby Warhead » Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:37 pm

I know! It's as if we never grew up... oh...
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Postby OneEye589 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:03 pm

Yea, but sadly I'm only 20-something and wasn't around when the originals came out, or even knew about Star Wars until 1996. Now those figures are worth a ton of money. I am planning on buying some from another comic shop. They have a ton of the originals, but all for a pretty penny.

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Postby Nitewatchman » Wed Jul 20, 2011 8:12 pm

I have tons of old 80's figures that are worth quite a bit. All of them have their original guns and light sabers, as well as any fabric or latex clothing bits.

I got them from a guy for helping him load up his car and move some crap out of a storage unit. I also unloaded a shotgun for him, with which he scared the shit out of me.
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Postby morganm » Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:58 pm

My son has a pretty good stash of the newer figure line.  Most of them are in rough shape =P  Missing parts.... half chewed by the dog...  cloth getting worn out.  Ah well; he's not going to retire off them.... but he certainly does enjoy them!  

Local collectables shop here has a big wall of all the star war figures also.... and a lot of other action figure lines.  He has some of the retro stuff to; like the original millennium falcon.  Damn that thing is HUGE.
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