Retro-Style Travel Posters

Bespin refugee - November 19, 2010
"Kessel Run" and "Racing Through The Streets Of Mos Eisley", the first in a series of eight retro-style travel posters by Star Wars galaxy artist Steve Thomas, are now available at StarWarsShop. Each signed and hand-numbered (edition size of just 150) 13" x 19" Fine Art Giclée Print retails for $89.00 (unframed) and includes a certificate of authenticity.
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RobbieDigital - 2008-08-15 @ 2:37 am
I'll take the lot of'em for $19.99!

Yeah, but I'm sure these will be through the roof price wise......which means I won't be getting them. They are OKAY.......but nothing to get really excited for IMO.

Draven79 - 2008-08-15 @ 12:09 am

Outback is the only one that is any good imo, the others suck big time.


Straight Edge - 2008-08-15 @ 12:06 am
I'll take the lot of'em for $19.99!

For you, there will be a sad.

Viper Hunter - 2008-08-14 @ 11:39 pm

I'll take the lot of'em for $19.99!

Straight Edge - 2008-08-14 @ 11:29 pm

I'll actually be in the market for a munitia figure, if only to transplant the few usable parts into a 25th Plague Custom.

But yeah, besides my far-superior list @smilepunch@ , there's nothing much I can find to say about these aborted ##$%$#ed fetal figures.

Inggasson - 2008-08-14 @ 9:48 pm

I was one of the privileged few to come by some DTC 4 when the production samples found their way onto eBay. Munitia has been assimilated into Baroness as a decent fix-up, and OutBack has seen a few changes, Notably, the one I got had a white bandana rather than green, much better painted hair ie not neon red and a camo design that followed onto the crotch-piece. These new versions look silly in comparison.

I'll wait for the 25th Night Viper, thanks.

KamenDreda - 2008-08-14 @ 9:03 pm
Bla bla bla... Mine was good enough... @smilepunch@

I know.. I'm just anal and OCD.

Really the only thing I took exception to was your opinions on the New Sculpt stuff. Granted, you're right, but I prefer to let each fan decide these things for themselves. @hmmm@

Just ribbin ya. Your list is better. It was what i was trying to say but didn't feel like putting that much effort in to it. Nice job.

Straight Edge - 2008-08-14 @ 8:48 pm
Bla bla bla... Mine was good enough... @smilepunch@

I know.. I'm just anal and OCD.

Really the only thing I took exception to was your opinions on the New Sculpt stuff. Granted, you're right, but I prefer to let each fan decide these things for themselves. @hmmm@

DPrime - 2008-08-14 @ 8:47 pm

Nice for hard-core completists, I'm gonna pass though.

KamenDreda - 2008-08-14 @ 8:35 pm
Just to fix up the mistakes and clarification:

Vintage Sculpts

1982-1994 A Real American Hero (RAH) - The original Joes and the original Joe molds (aka "Vintage" sculpts).

1997-2002 The Real American Hero Collection (RAHC) - Repaints of ARAH figures - Initially Toys R Us exclusives in 97 and 98, they went mass-retail in 2000-20001, and had a single Internet-exclusive wave released in early 2002.

* Repaints of Vintage Sculpt figures were also released throughout the New Sculpt era, most notably in Special Team multi-packs, Comic-based 3-packs, and with Exclusive Vehicles.

New Sculpts

2002 G.I.Joe vs Cobra (GvC) - brand new molds for the first time since 1994. Some weapons have "Sound Attack" feature.

2003 Spy Troops (ST) - more new molds in the same style as GvC. Some figures have removable "Spy" Armor.

2004 - 2005 Valor vs Venom (VvV) - Revised style, closer to vintage. Some figures have "Action Attack" feature.

2005 Direct To Consumer (DTC) - Wave 1 included molds created for "Robot Rebellion", a follow-up to VvV that was aborted in favor of 8" Sigma 6 figures. Waves 2 & 3 were VvV repaints with some new parts, and were also available at Toys R Us. Wave 4 was cancelled due to poor sales, but is now being released by the Collector's Club.

*After DTC, the only Vintage sculpts released were the Collector Club exclusives for the GIJoe Conventions in 2007 and 2008. New Sculpt figures were also retired, except for Collector Club releases. A previously unproduced Cobra Commander mold meant for Robot Rebellion was the 2008 subscription figure, and DTC wave 4 (obviously) is a club exclusive. Hasbro does not produce Vintage or New sculpt figures anymore.

25th Sculpts

2007-2009 G.I.Joe vs Cobra (25th) - What you currently see on shelves. Also includes figures based on Resolute, coming in 2009.

2009 G.I.J.O.E. (Movie) - figures based on the upcoming movie, which will be released next summer.

Now you know...

Bla bla bla... Mine was good enough... @smilepunch@

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