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STAR WARS A New Hope By Jon-Paul Kaiser X Martian Toys

Our site sponsors Martian Toys have secured a whole range of JPK customs ranging for Kidrobot Munny to Qee Bears! conjunction with Tenacious Toys, Martian Toys is now offering you the chance to grab some hard to get JPK custom Star Wars customs with a whole range of characters for you to choose from.

“A long time ago in a galaxy far far away…well sorta…  British Artist, Jon Paul Kaiser set out to custom paint every character appearing in the original Star Wars film (A New Hope) for Yoyamart toys on either a mini- Qee (Toy2r) or mini-Munny platform (Kidrobot). Whether a longtime Star Wars fan and / or a JPK collector, don’t miss the chance to grab a keepsake from such an ambitious project.”

Below are a few example of the badass Star Wars customs.

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• ~ 4 inches in Height

• each character is original / one of a kind

Priced at $ 180.00 (around £120 each) you can find them over at http://martiantoys.com/ and for better photos head over to Martin Toys.

(all images lifted from Martin Toys)

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