Recently there was a great post over at [link=http://actionfigureinsider.com/ottertorials/2008/02/10/rejected-a-long-long-time-ago/] Action Figure Insider[/link] on rejected Star Wars toys in 1998. If you haven't read it yet, click the link it....really, there is a Jabba Bean Bag chair, nuff said. In the history of Star Wars there must have been tons of rejected toys. Check out the picture below. During the move of Kenner's offices, items pertaining to Stretch Armstrong, Baby Alive and sadly Star Wars were all relegated to the dumpster. A few brave young individuals managed to save a lot of the artwork, boxes, and old signage. Below is an image of some of the saved treasure. Especially note, to the upper right. What kid wouldn't have wanted their very own dewback to ride around on. [link=http://pics.livejournal.com/nekokaiju/pic/00019g8t] Click here [/link] [image=http://pics.livejournal.com/nekokaiju/pic/00019g8t] Side Note: Fortunately though, for the sake of humanity, no [link=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HA8RsYEr_J8]Baby Alive [/link] items were rescued.