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starkiller12 wrote:

an avatar of the mandalorian death watch please

You got it. Hope you like this one! Drop a line if you want a swap.

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ealderfett0925 wrote:

Hello I think I might have already posted this but I would like a avatar with Black and red Manda Lori an armor with a EE-3 blaster thank you p.s. I think might have actually put my message as a edit on the ask for a avatar note

Tough request, ealderfett0925, but we made something close for you! Enjoy!

Great question!

Dengar and Boba Fett are colleagues and that's how they roll.

Which book are you currently reading? He helps him in (at least) two.

Source: BFFC

This fan spotlight is part of a series focusing on cosplayers who exemplify qualities in creativity, community-building, and craftsmanship.

When we first saw images of Matt’s Ralph McQuarrie Concept Boba Fett costume on Instagram, there was something about it that we couldn’t put our finger on. A quick glance at Matt’s account @Matson23 shows that he is a highly accomplished helmet maker as well as a fan of prototype Boba Fett, as shown by his toy photography demonstrating how the white bounty hunter might look on Hoth (or Starkiller base) or this excellent custom Disney Infinity white Boba Fett figure. Social media is also filled with a plethora of Mandalorian armor-clad Star Wars fans and, for better or for worse, incredibly detailed and stunning armor has become the norm and this one is certainly no exception.

Except Matt’s armor is anything but the norm. An online image search confirmed our suspicions: there does not appear to be any documented full set of McQuarrie Concept Boba Fett armor. This is the first one we’ve ever seen, possibly even the first to ever exist, and it looks nothing short of spectacular. That left us no choice but to get in touch with Matt, who was kind enough to allow us to pepper him with questions so we may all get a glimpse of the process behind this truly one of a kind armor build.

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/mcquarrie-concept-boba-fett-armor-01-294x520.jpg

How long have you been a Star Wars fan, and what was your earliest Star Wars memory?

I’ve been a Star Wars fan for as long as I can remember. I was born in 1979 so I pretty much grew up with it. My earliest memory is probably playing with my friend in the mud out the back of our houses with the Millennium Falcon and a bunch of figures. I remember he had an AT-AT and I had an AT-ST and we used to swap all the time.

We don’t see many Ralph McQuarrie concept Boba Fett costumes out there. What inspired you to make one?

That’s right, you don’t see many McQuarrie ones. In fact, before I made mine I searched the internet for a long time looking for research shots and builds. Some people had started on the chest or cast a helmet, but never a full build. I think mine is the first. As I mentioned before, I’ve always been into Star Wars but it was the Ralph Mcquarrie concept paintings that made me love it. George Lucas was the driving force for Star Wars, and Ralph McQuarrie was the vision I believe because his original works really captured my imagination. Anyway, I’m a big fan of McQuarrie’s work and I’m a big Boba Fett fan so I guess it was a no brainer.

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/ralph-mcquarrie-concept-boba-fett-armor-helmet-chest-armor.jpg

How long did it take you to make?

On and off for about two months, apart from the helmet. The helmet was something I’ve been working on for a while. That’s my main hobby, making helmets. I’ve never really done armor or anything like that so it was my first full build too. I say two months but there’s probably a few months of research first and finding a material I can work with. I don’t have a lot of cash for my builds so I have to be a bit thrifty. My friend works at a large format printing company and he got me sheets of 3mm Foamex. It’s like a plastic sheet they print onto, but it’s perfect to heat and bend and hold a shape. It’s strong and it can be painted so it’s perfect!

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/ralph-mcquarrie-concept-boba-fett-armor-foamex-520x259.jpg

Then I started to build it onto myself, which was a stupid idea because it became impossible so I made a bust of my chest to build the main parts on. I’d say the full build still isn’t finished and I still need to work on the material parts under the chest bit. The shoes are also a bit iffy and need modifying. I made the neck seal which was my first go on a sewing machine. Anyways, slowly over time and mostly on evenings after the kids had gone to bed I would work on it for a few hours a night.

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/ralph-mcquarrie-concept-boba-fett-armor-bust.jpg

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/ralph-mcquarrie-concept-boba-fett-armor-backpack-reference.jpg
What is your favorite part of the costume?

The backpack for sure, and the helmet is a given. I love the helmets, but the backpack was a fun thing to figure out and make. I used a tiny figure and research pictures to make it look as right as possible.

What was the most difficult part of making it?

Well all of it haha, and none of it. I’ve always been a maker so I really enjoy the process, figuring out how to do things, what glues to use, stress testing, and a final product. The hardest stuff I’d say was the helmet just because it was the first time I’d ever cast something. I managed to make five helmets from my mold but the mold was shocking haha. I didn’t have a clue what I was doing. I normally hand make helmets from fiberglass and bondo so this was all new to me but I stuck with it and they came out okay. I learnt a lot, and my next cast was 100% better.

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/ralph-mcquarrie-concept-boba-fett-armor-full-304x520.jpg

How often do you get to put it on?

Apart from fitting it, just twice haha. I’m not really a cosplayer and I’m not in any troop group. I’m hoping to get more time soon to sort out the few bits I want to finish on it, then maybe I’ll give trooping a go but for now he sits on a mannequin in my house looking bad arse!

What advice do you have for fans who want to follow your lead and build a full McQuarrie armor too?

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/ralph-mcquarrie-concept-boba-fett-armor-mini-fett-254x520.jpg

I don’t have any real technical advice to give on making as we all work differently and with different materials, just some helpful pointers. I would say always check back with your research because it’s easy to get carried away. Have love for what you’re making. Ask friends for a different eye on what you’re making if you want, it sometimes helps to see things differently. They might pick up on something you didn’t even think of. Thanks to my wife and Joe @joey24dirt for being my other eyes and for their honesty!

Also, I’m not the best builder out there, I know this. There are guys and girls that make amazing stuff everyday and that’s awesome, and can be intimidating if you’re new or just starting. If you’re like me sometimes you’ll hit a lull and think the thing you’re making isn’t good, but carry on! Doesn’t matter if you’re making the smallest prop or a full build, what matters is it’s yours! You did that and that’s amazing! Other than that, enjoy what you do. Isn’t that the point? To have fun!

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/ralph-mcquarrie-concept-boba-fett-armor-comparison-520x520.jpg

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/ralph-mcquarrie-concept-boba-fett-armor-matson23.jpg

About the Artist
Matt is a father, son, husband, maker, fixer, friend, Star Wars fan, dogsbody, carpenter, skateboarder, lover, fighter, tea drinker and nail biter. He has been making helmets and props since 2012. You can find Matt on Instagram @matson23 to stay updated on his armor’s progress.

This was originally published on WhiteBobaFett.com.

Source: BFFC

This fan spotlight is part of a series focusing on cosplayers who exemplify qualities in creativity, community-building, and craftsmanship.

What is your name/alias and who are you cosplaying as?

SugarBot Cosplay is my alias and this build is based on the Mythos Boba Fett figure by Sideshow Collectibles.Why Boba Fett and why the Mythos Boba Fett in particular?

I love his allure and the way other characters talk about him. In The Bounty Hunter Code, we learn a lot, how careful he is, how skilled he is and how much respect he's earned from other hunters. Also, the design is simply fantastic. I wanted to stay true to the design and do very little in terms of converting it to a feminine aesthetic.

What's your favorite part of the costume?

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/sugarpot-mythos-boba-fett-knees-tn.jpg

The painting. It's my passion. I'm also an illustrator and refinish furniture so all those techniques and products were used on this build. It got super messy, but it was worth all the chemical exposure haha.

What has been one of your most memorable experiences (so far) as this character?

I felt a bit intimated by all the amazing kits out there, I thought it wouldn't be well received. But, during my time at Calgary Expo, the Mandalorian Mercs pulled me into the fold and invited me to join a huge group shot with them! They were so warm and welcoming, it was wonderful!

You logged 330 hours in your Cosplanner app. Can you share with us some milestones from that effort and any benefits of organizing it out that way?

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/sugarpot-mythos-boba-fett-blaster-tn.jpg

The Cosplanner app is super awesome! The more I used it the more it motivated me to keep going. I saw the percentage go up and more green than red! Go go go, gotta go fast!

With a build like this that has so many tiny details, it's easy to get distracted when you're under pressure. This worked really well for me.

Your helmet comes from NME Props. How was it working with their base bucket and going from there?

NME Props is probably the most helpful, informative and kind company I've bought from. I normally make all my own masks and such, but their helmet looked stunning. They are also the ONLY company I could find that sells different sizes for their mercenary bucket. Girls often have the issue of looking like a bobblehead using other helmets as they're made for 6 foot men like Boba.

I've never even seen a prop this clean before, I didn't have to do a single thing to it and no filler primer needed! I was scared to add the wear and damage with my Dremel, it was just so perfect! Painting it was my favorite part, once I got over the fear of messing it up -- haha.

Sadly I couldn't finish this in time for Calgary Expo and Northern Fancon. A jetpack would have been amazing. The massive Mythos gun too!What were some of your challenges to get your costume just right?

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/sugarpot-mythos-boba-fett-armor-tn.jpg

My biggest challenge was the breast cups -- haha. After creating my patterns, I traced them onto Worbla to get the proper curve over my mannequin chest. Then added Bondo, sanded til I couldn't feel my fingers, coated with resin and finally wrapped it in craft foam, closing the cells with heat. I like the way damage looks on foam and having a heated blade with multiple tips helps.Who's behind some of your photos?

I'm trying to pull Christos Sagiorgis, the photographer, into the costume community because he's such an insanely talented and passionate person.

He's hooked, I'll be helping him to make his own costume soon. I'm really pulling him from his comfort zone. He's lit me in a ring of fire with flour thrown into it, he's laid on all kinds of swampy floors, bruised his elbows. I've had rotten leaves and glass thrown at me for effect and several smoke grenades burning all our eyes haha. He's very dedicated to what he does.There's a shot of you with a Play Arts Kai Boba Fett cosplayer. Who's that?

The Play Arts Kai costumer is actually my hubby! We made our kits at the same time. His entire costume is hand crafted without a single template. We both got ours done in time for the con, outside of the jetpacks.

The smoke in the background is actually from a smoke grenade, that burned the eyes so bad haha! We both look pretty relaxed but internally we were screaming haha! His account is Adrian Dones.What advice do you have for other cosplayers?

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/sugarpot-mythos-boba-fett-gauntlets-and-tools-tn.jpg

The Dented Helmet! They rock and have a ton of amazing resources! WizardOfLight for templates. Sadly I couldn't use many of the templates as they weren't scaled to my shape, but they gave me a really good visual of what I needed. Don't be afraid to ask questions. The Mando Mercs and 501st are amazingly helpful and wonderful people.

Favorite Star Wars moment?

That's difficult. I can't really pin a moment, but the final part of Fives story in Clone Wars brought me to tears. It was a wonderful arc.

Read the full article: BFFC

This fan spotlight is part of a series focusing on cosplayers who exemplify qualities in creativity, community-building, and craftsmanship.

What is your name/alias and who are you cosplaying as?

Sugarbot Cosplay is my alias and this build is based on the Mythos Boba Fett figure by Sideshow Collectibles.Why Boba Fett and why the Mythos Boba Fett in particular?

I love his allure and the way other characters talk about him. In The Bounty Hunter Code, we learn a lot, how careful he is, how skilled he is and how much respect he's earned from other hunters. Also, the design is simply fantastic. I wanted to stay true to the design and do very little in terms of converting it to a feminine aesthetic.

What's your favorite part of the costume?

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/sugarpod-mythos-boba-fett-knees-tn.jpg

The painting. It's my passion. I'm also an illustrator and refinish furniture so all those techniques and products were used on this build. It got super messy, but it was worth all the chemical exposure haha.

What has been one of your most memorable experiences (so far) as this character?

I felt a bit intimated by all the amazing kits out there, I thought it wouldn't be well received. But, during my time at Calgary Expo, the Mandalorian Mercs pulled me into the fold and invited me to join a huge group shot with them! They were so warm and welcoming, it was wonderful!

You logged 330 hours in your Cosplanner app. Can you share with us some milestones from that effort and any benefits of organizing it out that way?

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/sugarpod-mythos-boba-fett-blaster-tn.jpg

The Cosplanner app is super awesome! The more I used it the more it motivated me to keep going. I saw the percentage go up and more green than red! Go go go, gotta go fast!

With a build like this that has so many tiny details, it's easy to get distracted when you're under pressure. This worked really well for me.

Your helmet comes from NME Props. How was it working with their base bucket and going from there?

NME Props is probably the most helpful, informative and kind company I've bought from. I normally make all my own masks and such, but their helmet looked stunning. They are also the ONLY company I could find that sells different sizes for their mercenary bucket. Girls often have the issue of looking like a bobblehead using other helmets as they're made for 6 foot men like Boba.

I've never even seen a prop this clean before, I didn't have to do a single thing to it and no filler primer needed! I was scared to add the wear and damage with my Dremel, it was just so perfect! Painting it was my favorite part, once I got over the fear of messing it up -- haha.

Sadly I couldn't finish this in time for Calgary Expo and Northern Fancon. A jetpack would have been amazing. The massive Mythos gun too!What were some of your challenges to get your costume just right?

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/sugarpod-mythos-boba-fett-armor-tn.jpg

My biggest challenge was the breast cups -- haha. After creating my patterns, I traced them onto Worbla to get the proper curve over my mannequin chest. Then added Bondo, sanded til I couldn't feel my fingers, coated with resin and finally wrapped it in craft foam, closing the cells with heat. I like the way damage looks on foam and having a heated blade with multiple tips helps.Who's behind some of your photos?

I'm trying to pull Christos Sagiorgis, the photographer, into the costume community because he's such an insanely talented and passionate person.

He's hooked, I'll be helping him to make his own costume soon. I'm really pulling him from his comfort zone. He's lit me in a ring of fire with flour thrown into it, he's laid on all kinds of swampy floors, bruised his elbows. I've had rotten leaves and glass thrown at me for effect and several smoke grenades burning all our eyes haha. He's very dedicated to what he does.There's a shot of you with a Play Arts Kai Boba Fett cosplayer. Who's that?

The Play Arts Kai costumer is actually my hubby! We made our kits at the same time. His entire costume is hand crafted without a single template. We both got ours done in time for the con, outside of the jetpacks.

The smoke in the background is actually from a smoke grenade, that burned the eyes so bad haha! We both look pretty relaxed but internally we were screaming haha! His account is Adrian Dones.What advice do you have for other cosplayers?

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/news/wp-content/uploads/sugarpod-mythos-boba-fett-gauntlets-and-tools-tn.jpg

The Dented Helmet! They rock and have a ton of amazing resources! WizardOfLight for templates. Sadly I couldn't use many of the templates as they weren't scaled to my shape, but they gave me a really good visual of what I needed. Don't be afraid to ask questions. The Mando Mercs and 501st are amazingly helpful and wonderful people.

Favorite Star Wars moment?

That's difficult. I can't really pin a moment, but the final part of Fives story in Clone Wars brought me to tears. It was a wonderful arc.

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Manda'lor Revan wrote:

LOL
I think that learning Mando'a would be really cool. I already know a good bit, and me and several of my friends speak in Mando'a together, and to others, especially when it comes to others, we enjoy insulting them in Mando'a(specifically if those 'others' insult star wars LOL)

http://mandoa.org/

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joelchevrier wrote:

Mint condition,never used, 1979 Black Falcon Empire Strikes Back, towel, distributed by sears Canada. Very rare in this condition. Contact me to buy, I'm in BC, Canada. 250-200-0855

Welcome to BFFC! Thanks for sharing!

Two towels came out in 1979/1980. We have them shown at http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/search/?q=towel. Can you see which one you have, or just share a picture or two and we can check for you?

Thanks!

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Andybigkat wrote:

Selling a 20 X 16 Boba Fett acrylic painting. Feel free to message me if interested. Have a good one.

-andy

Andybigkat, definitely include a picture here so people can see it. ;-)

Source: BFFC

According to an official statement posted moments ago on an official Disney blog, Disney Infinity has been discontinued.

The Disney Infinity 3.0 video game and related action figure recently included Boba Fett. The game also added cool things like Slave I.

It should be noted that the inclusion of Boba Fett and Slave I were quite nice highlights of the release, which was otherwise fraught with timing issues.

The Sony timed exclusive was the only way to get him in 2015. Then, a wide release set for January 2016 was quietly changed again and again. Europe got him first, which led to a lot of confusion here in the United States. Only starting March 15, 2016 could fans in North America finally could get him in stores without a Sony bundle or paying high markup for international orders.

According to the industry trades like Ars Technica, which all clearly embargoed the story until the official announcement dropped, Disney is getting out of the game publishing business entirely, claiming a $147,000,000 loss.

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Windows7Guy100 wrote:

Can somebody please make my stick figure (the blue one) in Mandalorian armor with the helmet at his side?

Sure. Here's one cooked up for 'ya.

http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/boards/img/m/2/t/p1ai6h1qbh1p2g2pb16s21p951gbk3.jpg

Source: BFFC

Jordan Zakarin, Senior Entertainment Editor of Inverse, shared a new spin on Boba Fett's storyline for Return of the Jedi when he interviewed Lucasfilm's first fan relations officer, Craig Miller, this last Monday:

Originally Boba Fett was set up in Empire as a character, and the third movie's plot was going to be more about Boba Fett rescuing Han Solo and all of that, Miller revealed. Boba was gonna be the main villain... That was set up, why he was taking Han Solo away, why there was a thing with him in the Christmas special.

When George decided not to make a third trilogy, he completely jettisoned that story line, which is why in the first ten minutes, Boba Fett gets bumped into and falls into the mouth of a giant monster, Miller added. So he took what was planned for the third trilogy, which was the confrontation between Luke and Darth Vader, and the battle with the Emperor, and that got squished down from three movies to one movie. And that became the plot of Jedi.

See their full article for more context and revelations from their interview.

While Miller worked for Lucasfilm when it was called Black Falcon, Ltd., we can't find any copies of Lucas' written outlines for the original sequel trilogy -- of course well before we got The Force Awakens, which differed from the plan. We do know that Boba Fett wasn't even mentioned in the first typed draft of Revenge of the Jedi (the original title before being re-named) and only showed up later when co-written by Lawrence Kasdan.

Zakarin's article also cites Starlog #31 from February 1980, where Craig also provided some commentary on the record at that time for the science fiction magazine. Check out this early description of Boba Fett and some rumors about him:

Another of the new characters has the evil-smelling name of Boba Fett. They say he'll rival Darth Vader for sheer terrorism. Apparently, he's a remnant of the old Imperial Shocktroopers — who once made the Stormtroopers look like school-crossing guards. Then others say:

No, he was never a Shocktrooper; he has merely adopted their uniform as a symbol of his nefarious purpose.

(You may have actually seen Boba Fett before; he appeared with Darth Vader in the Star Wars Holiday Special on CBS TV last November.)

Boba Fett wears Wookiee scalps on his shoulder! (Or, alternately, dangling from his belt.)

The most interesting speculation about Boba Fett is that he is a bounty hunter who will work for whichever side pays him the most, and he plays both sides when he can get away with it.

Here's a rumor within a rumor: Boba Fett will be played by one actor, and his voice will be overdubbed by another — and even those in the Lucasfilm office do not know who will be dubbing the voice!

Not included in Inverse's article, some other trivia that we can add to this from official sources includes the Star Wars: The Annotated Screenplays, where it's noted George considered a fight with Boba Fett and Lando:

Originally George Lucas envisioned a fight between Boba Fett and Lando but eventually suggested instead that the power pack on Boba's back should be hit and thrown around, as if he had a balloon on his back that got air out of it. -- Star Wars: The Annotated Screenplays (p. 259)

George Lucas has also said on the record that he considered a different ending for Boba Fett climbing out of the Sarlacc. Here's our transcript of his remarks at 33:01 on the Return of the Jedi DVD commentary circa September 2004:

In the case of Boba Fett's death, had I known he was gonna turn into such a popular character, I probably would've made it a little bit more exciting. Boba Fett was just another one of the minions, another one of the bounty hunters and badguys. But, he became such a favorite of everybody's that, for having such a small part, uh he had a very large presence. And now that his history has been told in the first trilogy, y'know, it makes it even more of a misstep that we wouldn't make more out of the event of his defeat, because most people don't believe he died anyway. I'd contemplated putting in that extra shot in where he climbs out of the hole, but y'know I figure that's . . . it doesn't quite fit, in the end.

Source: BFFC

Star Wars Day (May 4) has an unusually high amount of Boba Fett collectible releases this year, even though he's not in any of the recent films. We've put together a to-the-point guide to help you on your quest for any or all five bounties.

Please feel free to bookmark this page as we'll be updating it frequently, especially at 12:01am PST on May 4th with direct links to Disney's mobile and desktop sites (which sadly use differently URLs).

UPDATE: In the first hour of inventory coming online, we've had 1) an item sell out and 2) the website's database/processing functionality crash. Thee you have it, Boba Fett fans.

Elite Series Boba Fett Prototype Armor

While this 6.5 Boba Fett figure was released early in Milan, Italy and then throughout Europe, May 4th is the official store and online release for the U.S. and Canada. At 12:01am Pacific Standard Time, he should be online at DisneyStore.com. In the past, the Fett figures have sold out within 6 hours and never re-stocked, so the same could happen again.

In case you're curious, the barcode number for this figure should be 461010232407. The online number may be 6101047620318.

  • Available online? YES, but may have sold out within the first 6 hours! Mobile site | Desktop site

  • Available in stores? YES!

Boba Fett Tsum Tsum

Two have already been released, but now we're getting a large classic one plus a new Battle Boba Fett look in medium (11) and small (3.5) scale for these popular stuffed plush figures.

Boba Fett Pin

Initially available May 1st in stores, May 4th is your second and last chance to get this one for free. It's being given to the first 50 customers are most Disney Store locations in the U.S. and it's free with purchase (of something else, no matter the cost).

  • Available online? NO!

  • Available in stores? YES -- but get there early!

Limited Edition Boba Fett Figure

One of two Disney Store items with very little information available. We know this premium figure is not part of their Elite Series line. We know it has an illuminated base. We anticipate it will be $150-200 given previous releases of similar figures in this line. UPDATED 5/3 1:50pm: One official flyer lists this at €160, which is approximately $180. UPDATE 5/4 12:23am: It's $150 and 8.5 tall.

  • Available online? Initially yes, but it sold out in less than 30 minutes! Mobile site | Desktop site

  • Available in stores? Two stores (NYC and Chicago) but nowhere else!

Project Legion Series Helmet with Boba Fett Inspired Decoration

The second of two Disney Store items with very little information known. This object was also shown on the flyer. The scale and price are unknown.

UPDATED 5/3 1:50pm: One official flyer lists this at €30, which is approximately $35.

Boba Fett May the 4th T-Shirt for Men and Women

This wasn't advertised in advance but showed up a little after midnight.

TheWorkshop, welcome to the boards! Glad to help you get the word out here with links to your 'shop!

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MandaloreRising wrote:

Did Karen Traviss wrote any other books besides the Republic Commando series on Omega and Delta squads. I need to know what happened to Sev.

She made a statement on KarenTraviss.com about no longer writing Star Wars novels. So it's unlikely there will ever be resolve -- at least with her penning a follow-up.

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MandaloreRising, no problem! Made it brighter and bolder. :-)

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MandaloreRising, once logged in, when you're on any forum (e.g. General at http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/boards/forum/2/general/, Fans at http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/boards/forum/6/fans/, etc.), there's a link that says "Post New Topic."

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Those who add their Facebook or Twitter usernames now have automatic links to those sites respectively around their username/avatar/signature for topic posts. Here are the steps:

1. Go to your profile, which is linked under the text "Profile" in the header.
2. Click "Identity" to start making changes.
3. Scroll down until you see "Facebook," "Twitter," and "Website." Follow the instructions there if you want to take advantage of these optional links.

If you have any feedback on this, please reply below.

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xxBobaxx wrote:

Hallo could someone make this into an avatar for me plz? http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/boards/img/m/8320/t/p1abvu21pehjh17ba1u8ggtb1gni3.jpg

All set!

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HilariousFett wrote:

I have a gif but the site says its too big and i dont know how to find a smaller one

Try posting it in a post here, rather than your avatar. I can help get it to work. :-)

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ctxboy1981, these sorts of things always start with one or so images. As it gets closer to release, they release more. ;-)

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FettsJetts, very cool! Great intro and avatar. Welcome to the club!

Read the full article: BFFC

We have learned that Don Francks, the voice of Boba Fett in the Star Wars Holiday Special, passed away on April 3, 2016. This is our tribute to him.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W94PH_tslEs

Here is our tribute to remember his incredible talent, providing the very first voice of the character we all know and love. He also did the voice of Fett in the Droids cartoon in 1985.

Don was born February 28, 1932. He was 84 years old.

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KiwiFett, welcome to BFFC! Great intro and thanks for sharing your video! Nicely done.

Nycho, welcome! Glad to have you here.

Elstrophaun, hello! Thanks for the post!

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(1 replies, posted in Collecting)

brooklynfett0678, welcome to BFFC! Thanks for the post about your collectible. If you have any pictures of your exact item for sale, it couldn't hurt.

We've got a little more info for viewers to check out regarding this item from 2004:
http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/bounty/u … 3-slave-i/