Over the twenty-five years fans have seen huge changes in Star Wars licensees and merchandise, as well as a fair amount of waxing and waning of interest in the fan base as two trilogies came into being, and so Rebelscum is wistfully casting a glance over its shoulder and reviewing the last quarter of a century of Star Wars collecting.
Disney has stepped up its media campaign to build up hype for their next Star Wars installment, and in conjunction with , has revealed images of a number of upcoming Rogue One toys. Included is the 75155 Rebel U-Wing Fighter from LEGO, Hasbro's Jyn Erso and Death Trooper action figures, Funko's Director Krennic and one of the Hot Wheels Starship two-packs. Accompanying this media blitz is a dastardly clever mini movie. Hang on right through the credits and treat yourself - and make sure you come back to Rebelscum tomorrow at 10am EST for more Rogue One exclusive reveals.
Rebelscum reader Mathew E. found these single packed Black Series Titanium ships at a Walmart in Austin, Texas today. You can get a good sense of the size from the shot where he is holding one in his hand.
Rebelscum reader Evan C. was able to purchase these Star Wars: The Force Awakens Micromachine sets at his local Target in Wauwatosa, WI despite the street date of September 4th 2015.
If you are planning on hitting up Target for all your Hasbro Star Wars needs on September 4th or 5th, then check out the price list above to get an idea of how many credits you're going to need to save up.
Here's a better look at the Hasbro MicroMachines First Order Star Destroyer plates from .
Personally speaking as a guy who makes his living as an artist, I'm torn when it comes to the auction brought to our attention by long-time friend of the Rebelscum team, Jad Bean, for the quote/unquote . The argument can be made that it is art since the colours and shapes complement each other in a strange Edvard Munch sort of way, but art is in the eye of the beholder. Follow the above link to have a look then let us know
if you think it is art or a collectible utterly destroyed.
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