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The Clone Wars '08-'13 / CW Deluxe Figure & Vehicle Line
« on: January 26, 2009, 09:07 AM »

Other Collectibles / Star Wars Marbles
« on: January 9, 2009, 03:26 AM »
BBTS has a preorder for the Star Wars marble collection up as with EE from Jakks Pacific.

Star Wars Collector Marbs

Star Wars Clone Wars Marbles

More images at


These almost look like the Starbles I picked up awhile back off the bay. Here’s a quote posted on RS from Scott Bradley:

There was a set of 12 of these Starbles sold through vending machines in theatres in Southern Ontario. Apparently, Southern Ontario was a test market, and the Star Wars Starbles never really took off, so they never saw wide distribution. You could also obtain a promotional kit/case that contained all 12 Starbles as well.

I also found this at plus they are listed on the archive.

I’m sure as heck not collecting these, just another way to bleed out another SW line me thinks.  :-\

Big JD Birthday wishes goin' out to Sprry75, David and Matt Carroll! today!  
(please scroll to the very end of this ever growing thread to join in on the most current JD Birthday bash!)

New Year, new Birthday thread!!!   8)  Here's the old one, in case you were still interested...   :P

To start off the New Year, Big Birthday Wishes go out to our one and only OCB.

Now that this young old lad has turned 34 today, join me in wishing Scott, the official pursuer of the Ice Cream Maker Guy Action Figure & yes it's going to fricken' happen, a great big Happy Birthday!

Have a great Birthday Scott.  Hope you get lots of cool goodies!  :-*

Also sharing a Birthday today is Smartypants1635. Hope you also have a great day!  :)


I'll leave the last Birthday thread open for abit for those who missed out on the Birthday wishes from the end of the year.  ;)

I have up for sale a carded Star Wars Kubrick Blue Stars Snowtrooper. This was only available in Japan through the Medicom Collector Club and limited to 2007 pieces and was released in May 2008.

Medicom did a nice nod to the UZAY bootleg line, this Kubrick is in excellent condition. See attached pics below. This does not come up often, very hard to find. 

I'm asking $200.00 US with free, yes that's right free shipping anywhere in the world. This item is shipping from Canada. This will be sent insured with tracking. 

PayPal preferred, (buyer is responsible for fees).  If you have any questions, shoot me a PM.   

Thanks for looking.

Time for a shamless plug.  :P

Checking out the otheR site, a new book is book is up for presale at

Todd DeMartino presents The Saga Museum 30 Years of Star Wars Toys.

Clicky the link above, check out the sample pages & the blog. This is on heck of a book for the collection.

· A 700 page chronological history of the Kenner/Hasbro Star Wars toy line from 1977 – 2007.

· Exhaustive coverage of each packaging variation.

· Items never showcased in any other publication, presented in a way like you’ve never seen.

· Presented in a large 2 volume, coffee table-style 9 ½” x 12” hardcover format.

· Limited edition of only 5000 copies.

- The most comprehensive book ever published on Kenner U.S. production items spanning the following categories: 2200 Carded Action Figures, 300 Kenner Baggie Figures, 80 Department Store Multi-Packs, 350 Multi-Packs, 200 Value-Packs, 300 Large Dolls, 50 Creature Sets, 100 Playsets, 350 Vehicles, 400 Scaled Miniatures, 200 Preschool items, 100 Accessories, 250 Role Play toys, 200 Games, 100 Plush toys, 100 Catalogs and 250 Miscellaneous items. Just to name a few!

Availability: Estimated to arrive in January - February 2009 (subject to change).

Orders within the United States ($75 + $12 shipping).

International Orders ($75 + $35 shipping).

Pretty damn good price for a 2 volume book of 700 pages & 12 pounds. Yes, that's right... 12 pounds.

Also Duncan Jenkins & Gus Lopez will be having a book coming out soon, Gus & Duncan's Comprehensive Guide to Star Wars Collectibles. I'll have more details on that when it comes time about pre-orders but for now you can check out the sample pages.  ;D

Table of Contents
p. 202, Coins
p. 208, Comics
p. 677-678, Patches
p. 737, Replica Props
p. 971-972, Licensee Index

Both these books are a must.  ;)

JD Sports Forum! / NHL 2008 - 2009
« on: October 10, 2008, 03:52 AM »
Well the new season of hockey is amongst us, who will be the big winner this season & take home Lord Stanley's Cup?  Not the Oilers, that's for sure.  :-X  :P

To start off this season, a truly sad time for us in Canada as the Hockey Night in Canada anthem which should be Canada's national anthem  ;)  ;D  will so be replaced with another theme.  :'(

It's down to 2 finalists from over 14,000 entries for the new theme.

Sticks To The Ice

Canadian Gold

No matter who wins, the Hockey Night in Canada anthem will always be in are hearts, right Brent & Jesse.  :)

That's it for now, let's talk Hockey!

TV-9D9 / The Clone Wars Soundtrack
« on: August 6, 2008, 07:08 AM »
The Clone Wars Soundtrack is to be released on Aug 12th, have a listen on the Amazon site.

Anyone going to pick this up?

Jocasta's Reading Room / Star Wars Frames
« on: June 28, 2008, 12:05 AM »
From Sideshow, very interesting.

Star Wars Frames

This is Star Wars: Frames, published by Insight Editions:

The ultimate limited edition, Star Wars: Frames brings together master filmmaker George Lucas's personal shot-by-shot selections from all six legendary Star Wars films. Limited to 1,138 copies and showcased in a sumptuous deco-inspired wooden box, Star Wars: Frames contains six books, each corresponding to one of the movies in the Star Wars saga....all six books reside in the beautiful wood-inlaid box, which is adorned with two exclusive high-relief sculptures of Darth Vader and Yoda...

Holy cow. This thing's big: 25.75 inches long, 12.25 inches wide, 13.5 inches tall. Each book is 44 inches across when opened. The weight of the whole shebang? A whoppin' 210 pounds. It'd take a Jedi to levitate that thing!

Star Wars: Frames, published by Insight Editions

Sideshow Forum: SW Frames

« on: June 25, 2008, 07:52 PM »
I figured this would be the best place to put this since it's the LEGO area on the forum.

I just wanted tp pass this along to those that do not frequent RS. This was posted from my good friend Shane & I must say it's damn well worth the look.  :o  8)

Lego Secret Vault Contains All Sets In History

Good god! I thought the vintage stuff that was being auctioned from the Lucas archives was something.

Man, I had some of those space sets. Cool beans.  8)

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