The newly released Star Wars have been better than anticipated. Many of my friends, die hard fans of Star Wars, have sacrificed their sleep just to catch the premier. One fan in the United States even purchased a replica of a “Star Wars: A New Hope” Stormtrooper from 2007 for $8,125. Did you read that?
It’s only a replica, you know, not even the real deal. The collective Star Wars memorabilia auctioned off fetched more than $500,000.
BUT, to think that the entire collection of items auctioned off belonged to a Japanese designer and creative entrepreneur by the name of Nigo, who began his collection at the age of 6 years old decades ago.
I’m just glad that I’m no fan of Star Wars and so, my money is saved, and I didn’t lose any sleep over it.
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