Posted by Chris on July 18, 2013 at 11:04 PM CST
Each year, the staff at Rebelscum.com get's together for a meeting of the minds to discuss which licensee we feel has contributed the most to the Star Wars collecting community over the past twelve months. It's always a tough call with so many wonderful licensee's out there producing top quality Star Wars collectibles, but there can be only one company that we give our award to.

For 2012/2013, we are proud to present the Rebelscum.com Star Wars Licensee of the Year Award to Gentle Giant Ltd. for a fantastic run of Mini Busts, Statues, Animated Marquette's and 12" Jumbo Kenner Action Figures. From all of us here at Rebelscum.com, congratulations Gentle Giant Ltd.! This marks the first win for the company. We look forward to another exciting year of fun and unique collectibles. If the just revealed life-size Jumbo Kenner Action Figure statues are any indication as to what's planned for the future, we're more than excited.
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