Having checked out Sideshow Collectibles' 1/6 scale Dewback creature in our Photo Archive, the Probe Droid is curious whether you'd like to see more creatures offered in their 1/6 scale collection.
Heck yeah! but only the most iconic creatures that interacted directly with our heroes
Give me everything. nothing is too obscure.
I'd get some.
I'm saving all my money for a Rancor with a Sith Witch on its back.
I don't collect the 1/6 stuff, but I like to look at it.
I do collect the 1/6 scale stuff, but I don't want any creatures.
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The Grumpy Freak Show
Posted by Dustin on September 23, 2006 at 08:06 AM CST:

American Greetings Gallery in Cleveland, Ohio will be featuring 8-inch vinyl Grumpy Bears customized by over 50 artists to benefit Harvest for Hunger.The show will be exhibited for three weeks and each toy will be part of a silent auction. The event takes place from September 11th through the 29th.

So why on earth are we talking Care Bears? Well just check out the pic up top, several of the entries are Star Wars related! We've got a Jabba Bear, Gammy Bear, Vader Bear, and two Trooper Bears, all of which are available still if the price is right for you. These are all being auctioned off right now, so click on through for more info on how you can make one two or all of these great customs part of your collection today, while at the same time help raise money for charity!

Special thanks to Chris Holoka for the heads up!

UPDATED: Also be sure to check out the the Star Wars artists website for packaging shots as well! Thanks to David Snedigar for the tip!

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