I managed to pick up this sealed case of 6 Jabba Glob figures for less than $9 on ebay. The question now is, should I open it or leave it sealed? I'm of two minds about it. It's not like I really need another Jabba Glob figure (much less 6) and since it's survived this long without being opened, part of me thinks I should leave it that way. But on the other hand, if it's not open then it's essentially just a cardboard box.
Great photos icruise. Could you please post a comparison shot with a Wizards of the Coast Star Wars Miniature or Hasbro/Kenner/Sideshow Action Figure? ThanksAssembly for this kit went okay. The throne part is made of a surprisingly soft plaster (I think you could easily scratch it with a fingernail), which I'm not crazy about. Also, the parts for Salacious Crumb are crazy small. He comes in six parts (body, two feet, two ears and a tail), but somehow I managed to lose one ear. I had to fashion one out of some spare white metal and epoxy putty. I think it'll look fine though, since it's so small.
You do need some intermediate modeling skills to be able to assemble this kit. There are several parts that really require the use of a pin vise to drill tiny holes, and some parts like the hooka's connection to the railing really need to be reinforced with metal rods (I just use pieces of paper clip).
I plan to put the throne on some sort of wooden base, which should look good and also protect it a bit more.