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Posted by Chris on January 25, 2015 at 11:58 PM CST |
It's been one week since Disneyland hosted the first ever Star Wars themed races which means it's just 51 weeks away from the second annual Star Wars Half Marathon Weekend...and that's way too long of a wait.
Posted by D_Martin on January 25, 2015 at 11:26 PM CST |
It's hard to believe the modern era of Star Wars collecting began twenty years ago this year. The Power Of The Force (II) line made its musclebound debut at the 1995 International Toy Fair, and was found at retail the following September. The original card backs, as you likely know, was orange with a silver logo and it were revised to green with a gold logo in 1997, but there was an extremely small transitional release that saw eight debut figures on orange cards with a gold logo in the last weeks of 1996. We've always been fond of this transitional wave and we think they have stood the test of time. Follow this link to have a closer look at this great sub set in the line that started it all.
Posted by D_Martin on January 25, 2015 at 06:47 PM CST |
After seeing his initial eight Classic Pie Eyes designs, we got on Tom Hodges' case about missing the classic Kenner colorway. Thankfully Tom was well on his way to add that version of Boba Fett to the collection. You can grab it in shirt form at TeePublic. If you're interested in these designs, but T-shirts aren't your thing, check out the different Classic Pie Eyes related products he's made available on RedBubble.
Posted by D_Martin on January 25, 2015 at 06:41 PM CST |
TeePublic's massive Star Wars sale ends today at 11:59 PM PST. Follow the link above to get into n the savings while you can!
Posted by D_Martin on January 24, 2015 at 04:27 PM CST |
JediTempleArchives has published a gallery of upcoming Rebels Saga Legends and Rebels Mission Series figures including our first looks at the SL25 Luke Skywalker (Endor), SL27 Han Solo (Endor), and SL28 Princess Leia (Endor) action figures. Follow this link to have a closer look!
Posted by Dustin on January 24, 2015 at 01:00 PM CST |
Marc Draven and Shane Turgeon return with their team of tattoo artists ready to drop some Star Wars ink over the four day event.
Posted by D_Martin on January 23, 2015 at 09:45 PM CST |
Tom Hodges has let loose a new series of toonified awesomeness on TeePublic. Follow this link to check out the first eight designs in his new Classic Pie Eyes series. Tom and his wife Terri have been friends of ours for years. The proceeds from these shirts will go towards their fund raising efforts to adopt a child. We know that they're great parents, so we hope these shirts sell out!
Posted by Dustin on January 23, 2015 at 06:53 PM CST |
Detention Block 2551, the original birthplace of the Legion has been commemorated in two new designs by Dave Lieu, and are now available for order.
Posted by D_Martin on January 22, 2015 at 11:43 PM CST |
Snoochie boochies! ShirtPunch's latest mashup from A Galaxy Far, Far Away takes us back to that one special moment in The Dark Age of Star Wars when a young independent filmmaker racked up his credit cards in order to follow his dreams, and brightened our way in doing so. If you understand what we're talking about, you owe it to yourself to follow this link to check out the Droidsweed by Webbot15 shirt. In case we've never said it before, we'd like to publicly thank Kevin for his efforts and what they gave us all.
Posted by D_Martin on January 22, 2015 at 11:22 PM CST |
There are a few members of the 'Scummer team that hold English graffiti artist Banksy in high esteem. His vision of underground urban art and social commentary has opened the doors for many expressive artists. We're not entirely certain how we feel about an auction we found on eBay titled "I Am Your Father 2007 street art print poster silkscreen DOLK banksy Star Wars" based on one of Banksy's Star Wars influenced pieces. The seller is asking $2,999.99 or best offer on a print based on the original work, yet offers no explanation at what it is we are looking at or who created the numbered print. Follow the link above and let us know what your thoughts are.
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