The Lucrative Business of Star Wars Action Figures
Whether you’re a serious collector or a keeper of nostalgic items, Star Wars is a trend that isn’t bound to go out of style anytime soon.
At Creative Collaboration, we are all (sorry Jen) huge SW fans and have accumulated a large number of figures over the last few year!
Action figures depicting your favourite characters, dioramas of your favourite scenes, and even the highly-detailed vehicles depicted in the movies and cartoons are available on numerous sites for sale. Figurine Star Wars pas cher are now available all across the web!
Spanning across generations from the 1970s when the first movie hit the theaters, Star Wars toys have been all the rage for decades.
Fan favourites such as Luke Skywalker in his black outfit to Chewbacca and Han Solo and the always famous Millennium Falcon are often the hardest to find. Prized figures such as C-3PO, Darth Vader, and even Yoda are considered so rare that they go for untold amounts when auctioned off. Darth Vader, Han Solo, and Luke Skywalker appear in multiple lists when speaking of popularity amongst Star Wars characters, which is hardly a surprise.
Those characters that are newer to the franchise are no less popular despite their lack of intrinsic value. Characters such as Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker, and even General Grievous are hard to find at times, as their popularity is rivalled by only a few.
One of the most notorious best sellers is a fan favourite and a character that has drawn a cult following since his appearance in the original trilogy, Boba Fett. Simply speaking the name to serious collectors will set chills down their spine as they can only imagine what it might be like to possess such a rare and sought after figure for their collection. Also on the rare and desired list are Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and, surprise of all surprises, a Jawa figure.
For each and every character there are numerous representations throughout the toy and collectable realm that would suit most Star Wars fans just fine. For serious collectors, though, nothing short of the roughly four-inch representations will do. Such figures from the 1970s and 1980s when the original trilogy came about are considered quite rare and fetch unseemly prices but are considered to be well worth the money, and the effort.