Posted by D_Martin on December 6, 2012 at 06:30 AM CST
For many of us, our love for Star Wars isn't completely rooted in the films themselves as much as it is in the action figures released in between the first three films original theatrical runs. The Original Star Wars Generation reenacted the events of the released films and speculated on future releases using our 3 3/4" action figures. Seller evil-wan has taken that nostalgia to an all new level of awesome with a series of Vintage Action figure Oil Paintings. Follow the above link to check out the coolest thing you'll ever see.
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