Posted by D_Martin on January 21, 2013 at 11:08 PM CST
As anyone who knows me can tell you, Revenge Of The Sith satisfies me more than any other Star Wars film. To have finally been able to see how it all went down was more valuable to me than anything else in the franchise's (almost) 36 years. That said, even I can't understand how anyone can think a piece of laminated paper is worth $5,000. Granted, if it was authenticated, it may be worth $100, but even that would be a stretch. Follow this link to have a look and let us know what you think.
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Moving into our nineteenth year of shooting Star Wars collectibles, we pause for a moment to consider legacy. Our photography is obviously recognizable because of the blue background, but looking further back, especially after we published The Man Who Shot Luke Skywalker galleries last December, we've put our minds to offering more classic Kenner backgrounds to our galleries. Follow this link to have a look and then let us know if you'd like to continue to explore this train of thought.
Focus on the Rebelscum legacy and keep it blue.
I love the nod to Kenner's history. I'd love to see Rebelscum embrace a more colourful vision.
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