This kid woke up one day to find all of his Star Wars collectibles had gone missing, but you'll never guess who had them.
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What's the worst thing that can happen to a fan of Star Wars?
Besides George Lucas re-editing the trilogy?
Certain Star Wars collectibles are so rare that they are not only amazing conversation starters, but they are also worth loads of money.
There's the 1978 Blue Snaggletooth -- part of the Sears exclusive Star Wars Cantina Adventure Set. Kenner didn't realize that Blue Snaggletooth was supposed to be red, and twice as tall. Lucasfilm apparently sent over a black and white picture of Snaggletooth and Kenner just "guessed". Though the mistake was eventually corrected, it's the "wrong" version that collectors and avid star wars fans are hungry to get their hands on.
Vinyl-cape Jawa -- In 1978, Kenner released 12 Star Wars figures. The last one to be issued that year was the Jawa. Though the original production called for a vinyl cape, the toy was switched to a cloth cape as it, subjectively, made the figure look better. Just like Blue Snaggletooth, collectors wanted to buy the vinyl cape Jawa because not as many people would own it. Supposedly, though, it's fairly easy to fake the toy. A true Jedi would never stoop to such levels, but apparently, all you have to do is take a vintage Obi-Wan, remove the cloak, cut it to the right size, place it on a Jawa, and affix the figure to a used Star Wars 12 back card.
Double Telescoping Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader -- The lightsabers on the original Luke Skywalker, Obi Wan Kenobi, and Darth Vader opened up into two parts. One part comes out from the hand and the other part comes out of the tip of that. They referred to this as "Double telescoping" Kenner eventually changed the lightsabers to a single piece of plastic. Apparently, not many of these "double telescoping" figures are out there, making them a rare commodity.
Yak Face -- A Vintage Kenner figure that was never released in the United States, only Australia, Asia, and Canada. He was also one of the last figures offered in the Star Wars Power of the Force line. Yak Face was also on a "Tri Logo" card in Europe, but there was no collector coin and no weapon. Also, no fun.
And my favorite: Star Wars Boba Fett with Firing Rocket -- Never "officially" released as a figure, it was a prototype. But, come on! Obviously the coolest toy ever. Although, that rocket never really helped him in the end.