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  Keeva
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Bought the 12" Sideshow Plo Koon figurine the other week. He's so awesome, the detail on his clothes, accessories and so on is amazing.


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just picked up the animated cody last night while doing some christmas shopping. he's pretty awesome, especially next to rex! now i just need some plain clones! ROOKIES!


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  Mara Jade Skywalker
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These wouldn't be the latest as in being purchased, but they are the latest as in being displayed. Poor little dears have been under a bed for almost a year! *sniff*

But here they are:



The bottom shelf is specially reserved for my Lego AT-AT, which I have yet to get out of storage. So the Starfighter is currently holding its place. Smile



I know they don't look like much, but they are! And if you notice on all the bottom shelves in the second picture, there are double rows. I couldn't fit them all. Sad

But at least they're finally out from under the bed! Smile

I asked my sister after I finished putting them all on the shelves, "I have a very important question. What do I do with the next one?" Confused
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So neatly arranged. Cool Me, I have too many books as is, thus my Star Wars books are packed in there two deep and double stacked. Oh well.
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Why thank you. I'm such an organizer/perfectionist when it comes to collecting things, that it bugs me to no end if they're not beautiful on the shelf. They're even in chronological order per size! For instance, all the hardbacks are in order from top to bottom, all the paperbacks are in order from top to bottom, and all the midsize Scholastics are, also. Including any sizes in between. Smile
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I haven't bought anything from Star Wars in so long



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The most recent display piece in my collection is my GG 13 inch Vader statue. It has a pretty sharp metallic chrome finish, but what I like the best about it is the lightsaber effect. Very Happy


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wow, that statue is awesome!

haha, i love your signature, by the way Laughing


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That is an AWESOME Vader figure!
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That's an awesome collection, Mara. That must be every Star Wars book on the timeline...
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Thanks, Reep. Actually, it is almost every book. I have a very comprehensive timeline I've typed up that consists of all adult and young adult canon books. This would include the YJK, JJK, Jedi Apprentice, Jedi Quest, and Last of the Jedi books. Also a few scholastic books such as Legacy and Secrets of the Jedi apply. Right now I'm mainly missing 4 NJO books and a few from the Clone Wars era. Other than that, I've got them almost all checked off! I thank my loving family (my aunt included) for their generous donations every birthday, Christmas, and surprises inbetween. Smile
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Ugh, really guys? You're back? Blast...
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
Thanks, Reep. Actually, it is almost every book. I have a very comprehensive timeline I've typed up that consists of all adult and young adult canon books. This would include the YJK, JJK, Jedi Apprentice, Jedi Quest, and Last of the Jedi books. Also a few scholastic books such as Legacy and Secrets of the Jedi apply. Right now I'm mainly missing 4 NJO books and a few from the Clone Wars era. Other than that, I've got them almost all checked off! I thank my loving family (my aunt included) for their generous donations every birthday, Christmas, and surprises inbetween. Smile



Wow, MJS! Your bookshelf looks like mine, lol. Great Collection! The only thing major I'm missing is the vault and pop up guide. Laughing
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Thanks, Mandy! I was only able to acquire the Vault through an extremely awesome Barnes & Noble sale that I had never seen before nor have I seen since. It was 40% off any item, and it was already on sale. The 40% still applied on the sale price, and I ended up getting it for $25. I'm not sure what it goes for now, but at the time that was an unheard of price. Gotta love it! Smile
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
Thanks, Mandy! I was only able to acquire the Vault through an extremely awesome Barnes & Noble sale that I had never seen before nor have I seen since. Gotta love it! Smile


Do you have the new encyclopedia? If you like The Vault then you will absolutely go gaga over Sansweet and Co.'s new offering. I adore my copy!
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