Posted by Curto on August 23, 2010 at 12:12 PM CST
One of the more interesting exclusives given away during Celebration V was a set of cereal boxes featuring Star Wars characters with a humorous take. The only way to score these was to attend the collector panels, where they were handed out at the end of each panel as the room was cleared.

I scored this special edition Celebration V "Fetties" cereal box while attending the collector panel for 30 years of The Empire Strikes Back in trading cards, something I obviously have an interest in this year! ;)
At the end, they gave away some cool cards, including a neat 3D card that I will scan soon, but I also got one of the collector cereal boxes....FETTIES! It's got 1st appearance Boba Fett on it! There's even REAL cereal inside!



There were a total of 16 different cereal boxes given out throughout the show, each limited to 400. At the end of the convention, all leftovers were given out to fans that lined up at 5:00pm on Sunday, August 15. I was actually heading there to try to grab a few other boxes, but I ended up having a much-delayed reunion with my buddies from FFURG in the hallway (which was great, even if I lost my voice), so I never made it back to the room.
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