Posted by D_Martin on December 10, 2012 at 10:27 PM CST
From 1980 to 1984, Kenner produced the Force Lightsaber. A perfectly proportional kid-sized role-play toys that let children across North America attempt to cut each others' hands off. For the the first two years, you could buy red and yellow bladed versions, and in 1983 the yellow saber was replaced with a green one. Of the three, the yellow version is considered the rarest, but all three will go for good bank if in mint condition (since most got messed up by endless Jedi duels). That said, none are worth $1000. One in played with condition is certainly not worth $100. Especially if it isn't yellow. As such, this auction is totally ridiculous and worthy of the Hall of Fame. Check the auction out and let us know if you agree.
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Next September marks the twentieth anniversary of Hasbro's Kenner The Power Of The Force action figure collection. The line introduced a new generation of children to the wonderful world of Star Wars toys and ushered in the modern collectibles we all enjoy today. Our ever-inquisitive Probe Droid is actively searching all corners of the galaxy to find out if there is interest in products that commemorate this very significant 1995 release.
I'd be into a Hasbro The Lost Line style assortment
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I got started in 1995, but I have no interest in such a concept.
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