The fandom minute: Revenge comic, new KOTOR site, cheap-ass lightsabers, Boba Fett

Flashback: 14-year old Dave Lowe’s Revenge of the Jedi fan comic from 1980. There’s Luke/Leia kissing and sleeveless Vader! (via) In a more professional capacity, he also did some work for a Sci-Fi Channel Star Wars marathon back in 1993.

“I wanted to send Boba Fett to Hell. Instead he had a bad couple days in San Bernardino.”

I'm meeting you halfway, you crazy hippies!The Mando bug has never bitten me, but for those of you into the whole Boba Fett thing (or just want a brief behind-the-scenes look at the 90’s EU) check out this blog entry by Daniel Keys Moran reminiscing about Star Wars, as well as a two-part interview over at Moran wrote a handful of SW shorts, most notably The Last One Standing, aka the Fett piece from Tales of the Bounty Hunters. (Warning: Some language, bitterness.)

And for the hardcore Fett fans who’ve already seen this all – Moran showed up yesterday in the TFN thread I nabbed the links from. (Thanks, Trip!)

Traviss’ Fett novella to debut online

In August, Del Rey will publish A Practical Man, an e-novella by Karen Traviss filling in the details leading up to Boba Fett’s brief cameo in The Unifying Force.

Although there’s no price noted in the official release, it appears that Barnes & Noble has it retailing for $3.50.

The item also gives fans a look at the Fettastic finished cover for Legacy of the Force: Bloodlines, which is due out in September.