From the vintage mini rigs and the POTF2 Cruisemissile Trooper, to all the Jedi Star Fighters, the Galactic Heroes line and every single version of the Millennium Falcon – here’s our overview of some of the cherished vehicles and toy ranges Mark Boudreaux had a hand in during his incredible career as a designer at Kenner/Hasbro.
Collector Chuck Lang talks about his role as expert advisor for 'The Morphy Find' – a collection of over 300 pristine vintage Star Wars action figures – and reveals how one man's gifts to his children and four decades of safe storage, led to a history-making sale.
Is your Hoth Leia missing a blaster? Don't worry, she didn't have one in the movie either! Join Craig for a look at just how movie accurate the accessories given to vintage Star Wars figures really were.
Craig goes against convention and arranges his display of vintage figures 'from a certain point of view'.
Jez takes the team back to 2002 for another watch of the original trailers for Attack of the Clones.
A wild find for Jez leads to closer look at the phenomenon of European action figure 4-packs.
Discover the wacky world of vintage 'lianhuanhua' comics – they are Star Wars, but not as you know it.
A random eBay find of unused concept art prompts Craig to look into its history in the context of other vintage colour-in posters.
In 2020, a garage crammed with bin bags full of vintage toys were left to an elderly couple in their neighbour's will. Mark runs through the find and the resulting auction.
A quick history of tiki culture, Disney's long association with the movement and why its crossover with Star Wars is something to celebrate.
Dan runs down everything you need to know about collecting Star Wars SteelBooks in under 20 minutes.