Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Mystery of the Pink Star Wars Action Figure Case!


After the extreme overproductin Phantom Menace toy fiasco, I was able to pick up great buys of toys. Like this nice R2-D2 action figure case. It was a steal at less than five bucks. It holds lots of stuff, and has a cool little display base.


Its been up in my dark non temperature changing closet climate for the last few years. When I took it down the other day and opened it up, I was surprised to see that the inside has changed from white to pink! Now I am fairly confident Luke didn't leave a pair of red socks in there or Darth leaving a light saber on, so I am not sure what the deal is.


The camera won't pick up the pink in the flash, so I had to alter this picture with photoshop for purposes. If anyone knows the answer to this mystery, we will have to get together and make a documentary to withstand future generations of toys.

tune in next time for the mystery of the Melting 1980's Masters of the Universe toys.

2 comments:

Mike Overall said...

Hey, that's pretty neat. If I had any open stuff from star wars I'd throw it all in that thing!

The plastic they use for dividers is sub-par from what they use for the exterior. I had a baseball card case that was white but when I sold it years later it was kind of pinkish-purple. Let that be a warning to ya!

clone wars said...

I had a Star Wars action figure that turned pink in just a minute.
Others turned pink after being used on top of a birthday cake. The weird thing is that the icing was blue, but the feet turned pink.

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