Star Wars 30th Anniversary Starkiller Hero (Concept)
  • Star Wars 30th Anniversary Starkiller Hero (Concept)

    A concept painting done by Ralph McQuarrie depicts an early version of the Luke Skywalker character as a young woman. The initial character envisioned for the epic was explored in various ways including whether Starkiller would be male or female. This image in this painting captures the heroic idealism of the character that was to ultimately become Luke Skywalker.
  • Figure Number: 37

    Wave: 5

    Year: 2007

    Retail: $6.99 UPC: 653569218562 AmazonASIN: B000M6F1CO (#ad) Series: 30th Anniversary Group: Action Figures
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ebay Sold AuctionsAvg: $11.00+$4.01 (+57%)$11.00
ebay Buy It NowAvg: $15.31+$8.32 (+119%)$14.95
Amazon$23.89+$16.90 (+242%)$23.89 on Jan 17, 2024
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The average price based upon the last 1 sold auctions is: $11.00

[High: $11.00/Low: $11.00]. The average Buy It Now price is $15.31 based upon 3 filtered active auctions out of 15.

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This Starkiller Hero (Concept) toy was added on February 2022 and originally released in 2007 with a retail price of $6.99. This action figure is part of the Star Wars genre within the 30th Anniversary series and included in Wave 5 and is number 37. It can be found online by using the following codes: UPC: 653569218562, Amazon ASIN: B000M6F1CO (#ad), and on eBay (#ad). With an average selling price of $11.00, this toy is not very valuable as it's selling for about its original retail price. Quite a few (80) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular.

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