Rebelscum News Archive
Posted by D_Martin on December 17, 2014 at 10:23 AM CST |
A Spanish-speaking commercial for the Star Wars: Rebels action figures and vehicles has made its way to the Interwebs. Follow the link above to check it out.
Posted by Adam on December 16, 2014 at 12:30 AM CST |
Rebelscum reader Nick N. let us know that Target.com has posted images of some new big-size figures from JAKKS Pacific, including Greedo, who we originally saw in a video earlier this year, The Inquisitor, to go along with the 31" giant-size figure, as well as a previously unannounced Luke Skywalker: Jedi Knight! Sadly, all three are currently out-of-stock online, but the find-in-a-store feature is indicating that these should be on the shelves.
Posted by Adam on December 12, 2014 at 04:06 PM CST |
We're going down a size for our next update to the JAKKS Pacific section of our photo archive, with the addition of the 18-inch Big-Size TIE Fighter Pilot figure. Follow the second link to get a closer look at this character that's based on his appearance in Star Wars Rebels.
Posted by Adam on December 11, 2014 at 11:42 PM CST |
Our latest addition to the JAKKS Pacific section of our photo archive is the 31-inch Giant-Size Inquisitor figure. Follow the second link to check out the Pau'an agent of the Galactic Empire from Star Wars Rebels.
Posted by Adam on December 11, 2014 at 11:16 PM CST |
The latest flyer for Walmart Canada shows that the JAKKS Pacific big size figures, a number of which have recently been added to our photo archive, are on sale for the bargain price of $10 until December 17th. At that price they'll make excellent stocking stuffers!
Posted by D_Martin on December 9, 2014 at 03:28 PM CST |
Some of the modern preproduction items I put up on eBay are now in their final hour. Follow this link to check out the listings before its too late!
Posted by D_Martin on December 6, 2014 at 11:31 PM CST |
eBay has proven to us that the rarest classic Kenner action figures aren't nearly as rare as we thought back in the day. That doesn't change the fact that they'll still cost you some serious money, but what do you do after you have them all? For many collectors, preproduction items are the logical progression, and as such we thought it would be kind of cool to look at the first shot Blue Snaggletooth up for auction right now. What's cooler than owning something that is simply perceived as being rare? Simple answer is owning something that really truly is rare.