Rebelscum News Archive
Posted by D_Martin on September 1, 2016 at 12:04 AM CST | Forums
You read that right! This edition of eBay Today features "an extremely rare unpublished Star Wars novel that George Lucas commissioned right after A New Hope was released.", or, as we like to call it, The granddaddy of all Totally Ridiculous Auctions. Ever. Follow the link above to see the auction that disregards simple things like grammar, era correct physical elements, and author credits. Hopefully no one gets fooled by this hoax. If ever there was a time to share an eT link with your friends, this is the one!
Posted by D_Martin on August 28, 2016 at 10:43 PM CST | Forums
Over the years we've seen many sellers try numerous ways to get you to bid on their auctions, but the themed approach is one that we've often thought gets the best response. Follow this link to check out a series of auctions that hit the nail on the head.
Posted by D_Martin on August 22, 2016 at 01:23 AM CST | Forums
We're not sure how, in 2016, we don't have an officially licensed an awesome 3 3/4-inch Millennium Falcon cockpit diorama, but until the day that Hasbro offers this no-brainer, we'll have the eBay auction linked above to drool over. Click the link to check it out and leave a comment if you think its high-time Hasbro gave us one with lights and sounds!
Posted by D_Martin on August 1, 2016 at 11:03 PM CST | Forums
Even though Takara manufactured it and sold it in clear baggies in Japan, the Walking Wind Up R2-D2 was only available on a blister card in Canada through a distribution deal between the Japanese toymakers and Kenner Canada in 1979. Follow the link to check out all the detailed images attached to this auction!
Posted by Chad on July 26, 2016 at 09:17 AM CST | Forums
The Black Series First Order Tie Fighter price has been reduced even further at and is now sitting at $74.73 with free shipping. This is shipped and sold from Amazon. Click here to add it to your collection if you haven't already.
UPDATE: It is now down to $70.79!
Posted by D_Martin on July 19, 2016 at 11:31 PM CST | Forums
We can't count how many times the entire collecting community has lost their minds over one bad photograph of a good collectible (not in any way a reference to the Princess Leia figure briefly displayed last week in London), but it isn't often that the opposite happens. When we saw the lead picture on this auction it caught our interests, but after clicking through we were thinking it may actually be a TRA. Follow the link above and let us know what you think.