Superstar customizer Sillof’s latest set of reimagined Star Wars action figures are out, and this time he’s looked back to the “retro sci-fi serials of the 40’s” that helped inspire Star Wars in the first place.
The StarWars.com folks need our help. They’re creating a retrospective of fan photos with Steve Sansweet. (You know you’ve got ‘em.) It’s as simple as finding and/or scanning your pictures, uploading them to your (free) Flickr account, and adding them to the group Steve Sansweet & You.
Speaking of Steve… He featured a Jader creation as one of his Facebook picks of the week: Chris Cassidy’s Tickle Me Emperor.
Customs. Sillof’s latest action figure set reimagines Star Wars in the old west. Cowboys! Indians! Bartenders!
Fun on Hoth. The snow here in Detroit is melting as I type, but a few weeks back we had more than enough for Sweet Juniper’s Jim and his kids to create a snow wampa and taun taun.
Ask Metafilter. Why is Boba Fett so popular? I don’t know or particularly care, but I’ll hazard one guess: Fanboys.
Crafty corner. The Han in Carbonite throw pillow.
The internet’s favorite action figure customizer is back with a steampunk Return of the Jedi.
- Gizmodo interviews Sillof, the action figure customizer responsible for WWII and Steampunk themed Star Wars figures, among others.
- Another day, another Star Wars cake.
- Heckler Spray counts down their top six disappointing Star Wars characters. I find #1 more overrated than disappointing, but at least it’s not who you’d expect.