The San Francisco Chronicle "Forget Anakin -- for die-hard 'Star Wars' fans, Boba Fett rules" by Peter Hartlaub (5/14/2005)
When Aaron Proctor started his Boba Fett Web site as a teenager in 1996, the San Francisco native wasn't expecting many visitors. After all, the "Star Wars" bounty hunter had only five lines in the original trilogy, and his apparent death in "Return of the... (Online and in print.)
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Finally, written by a Boba Fett fan, the site gets front page Entertainment section coverage, generating 600,000 visits from the online link (above) and over 5,000,000 visits from the paper's circulation.]
Entertainment Weekly "Tempted by Fett -- A Boba Fett Fan" by Dalton Ross (2002)
"Casual Fett fans should begin their quest at the appropriately (and unimaginatively) titled Boba Fett Fan Club, which offers solid (okay, scary) amounts of information on the original man behind the mask, actor Jeremy Bulloch. Visitors are treated to a brief interview, tour diaries, and pictures of the actor chilling in his house. There's a perverse joy in seeing the guy who caught Han Solo hanging out on his couch and surfing the Web." (Online -- subscription required -- and in print.)
[EDITOR'S NOTE: If only they knew what we've been called before, or how nice Jeremy Bulloch has been to BFFC... Nevertheless, this mentioning generated 16,000 visitors on the day of publication.]
US News and World Report "The Force Is Still With Them - 'Star Wars': Return of a cosmic cash cow" by John Marks (January 27, 1997 p 63)
(Full page article and photo.)
Yahoo! - What's New... Inside Yahoo! (May 11, 1999) - View Screenshot
[EDITOR'S NOTE: This front page graphical mentioning brought thousands and thousands of new visitors to the site over its week-long run.]
Star Wars Galaxy Magazine #12
(letter to the editor mentioning)
Tuesday (Hong Kong magazine) - View Screenshot
ACCESS Magazine (March, 2000)
(Column and photo.)
The Incredible Internet Guide to Star Wars (1999)
"everything you wanted to know"
Science Fiction Weekly (November 16, 1998)
"documents every occurrence of Boba Fett in the Star Wars universe"
Cinescape Insider (July, 1998)
"...the one place that any Fett fan can go for anything they want to know
about their favorite Mandalorian ... it is a very good production."