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Sponsor News: K&C Collectibles

K & C Collectibles has added Black Series 6″, Topps 40th Anniversary Wave 2,  Saga Collection Figures, Revenge of the Sith Action Figures, Bend-Ems and more Titanium Ships.  Click the NEW PRODUCTS link under the Categories Section for a complete list of recently added items.

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Sponsor News: K&C Collectibles


Starting today through midnight St. Patrick’s Day Monday, March 17th, 2014, K & C Collectibles is offering 15% off all in-stock merchandise for those orders over $35.00. The discount coupon is “Green2014” and must be keyed into the Redemption Code field during the check out process.  Offer valid while supplies last.  K & C Collectibles has Black Series Wave 3 in-stock, Mission Series Wave 2, Saga Legends Wave 2, more LEGO sets and much more.  Click on through for a list of recently added items.

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Sponsor News: K & C Collectibles

K & C Collectibles has received new Vintage Action Figures, Clone Wars Action figures and the AT-ST. Also we added Star Wars Calendars, Posters and the complete Saga Collection figures. Click on through for the full list!

In Stock: Vintage 3-Pack:
Villain Set
Droid Set

New: Vintage Collection Action Figures:
Vintage Carbonite Chamber 7-Pack
VC108 – Jar Jar Binks
VC109 – Clone Trooper Lieutenant
VC110 – Shock Trooper
VC111 – Princess Leia
VC112 – Sandtrooper
VC115 – Darth Vader

The Lost Wave
EP1 – Jar Jar Binks
EP2 – Clone Trooper Lieutenant
EP3 – Shock Trooper
EP4 – Sandtrooper
EP5 – Princess Leia
EP6 – Darth Vader

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Yakface and JTA Team Up for Special RDR

We have teamed up with Jedi Temple Archives to provide a guest review for their ongoing Research Droids Reviews series. For our contribution, I take a look at The Saga Collection’s R4-M6 (Mace Windu’s Astromech Droid) to see how it fits into the modern era’s grand scheme of collecting. Head on over to see if you think this astromech worth tracking down if you missed it back in 2007.

A huge thanks to JTA for their generous invitation.