Rebelscum News Archive
Posted by D_Martin on April 26, 2016 at 11:52 PM CST |
One of the funner product lines offered to the original Star Wars Generation were the individual and activity set rub-down transfer sheets from Presto Magix. Even though there are similar sets available at retail today, these original sets from American Publishing Corp seem to have a style all their own thanks to the original work of artists such Michel Allaire, who illustrated the transfers for a Star Wars Activity Set released in 1982. The original art he drew is currently being offered on eBay, and even if it isn't something you'd think of purchasing, seeing the work itself is certainly worth seeing. Follow the link above to have a look!
Posted by D_Martin on April 19, 2016 at 11:23 PM CST |
Whether or not it sells, in the words of Jeremy Beckett, the Scummer team's resident LEGO expert, the auction featured in this edition of eBay Today "is about to destroy the secondary market. For about an hour. Then it will recover from the shock of someone selling this off at a knock down price". If you are curious what would do such a thing, you'll want to follow this link to see it for yourself!
Posted by D_Martin on April 15, 2016 at 11:16 PM CST |
While there is little doubt that the Buy It Now price is little more than wishful thinking, the auction this 1995 The Power Of The Force Darth Vader MOC action figure is worth a look. Follow the above link to check out something you don't see every day. What are your thoughts?
Posted by D_Martin on April 12, 2016 at 12:27 AM CST |
The original Humberto Ramos art used for the Mile High Comics exclusive variant cover for Star Wars #3 has found its way to eBay. Follow this link to have a closer look at this beautiful illustration!
Posted by D_Martin on April 7, 2016 at 11:47 PM CST |
As anyone currently keeping an eye on the classic Kenner collection can tell you, the prices are going through the roof as new collectors attempt to build awe-inspiring collections. Thankfully, some sellers have a sense of humor about this new era of vintage collecting. Follow the link above to have a giggle.