(52 replies, posted in General)

If you can pitch this to work AT this site, I'm open to the idea. I've been running The Boba Fett Fan Club for over 10 years now...


(52 replies, posted in General)

The 501st is quite an elaborate group. Aside from a listing of costume-clad members, what would this group feature?


(83 replies, posted in General)

wizardofcars, that's quite a list. Did you come up with it?


(4 replies, posted in Serious Geeking)

Case closed. Thanks Fetterthanyou and fett3393. smile


(19 replies, posted in Serious Geeking)

(Moving this to the Serious Geeking forum. Good topic, though!)


(65 replies, posted in Creative)

Revan, you should refer to TK409.com. There, Chris has a lot of links to vendors and artisans who make "Boba Fett boots" (see CABoots), along with some guidance for the exact molds and paints to get your costume up to par.


(16 replies, posted in Fans)

What could be a 2007 resolution for BobaFett.com? yikes smile


(11 replies, posted in General)

Fun facts about Fett, right? wink


(5 replies, posted in Fans)

Jesse, in case you don't find any Half Life 2 players here to help you, consider one of the many Half Life sites out on the web. smile


(3 replies, posted in Film and Television)

For anyone interested, you can view all of the submissions. 51 currently. No one seems to be representing Boba Fett. Any takers? wink


(2 replies, posted in Fans)

Faramir, some visitors to BobaFett.com do indeed come from Portugal, but you might be out of luck here on the boards. It's fairly worldly here, but trickier with non-English languages. In the past, we've had sister sites in Japan and Poland; I'd be happy to translate parts of the site into Spanish, which I understand is fairly similiar.. That could attract a larger crowd. smile


(9 replies, posted in Fans)

saint_nasty, welcome and thanks for the introduction. smile

You should tell us more; this thread's all for yourself...

Dromedarr, thanks for the link. We'll check it out!


(16 replies, posted in Dialogue)

You're welcome... and you all are welcome to review anything. Any time. Like right now. wink


(315 replies, posted in Dialogue)

draco fett wrote:

I recieved Mandalorian Warrior a few weeks ago.

As Mel said, we adjusted the ranks a little bit and traded in "soldier" before "warrior" now, so when you hit the next mark up, you'll see it again. wink


(16 replies, posted in Dialogue)

You can now add a review and rating on any item in the database. Enjoy!


(16 replies, posted in General)

Jacsveus, know the source for your quote?

Sev Fett wrote:

And we'd call her Bobette Fett.

Since "Babe" Fett is already taken. wink

Which book and what's the URL? Remember, many people visit these boards... Context and clarity for all go a long way!


(6 replies, posted in Collecting)

Is this the "Super Deformed Boba Fett?"


(14 replies, posted in Fans)

Guys, it's "congratulations" with a "t." And "strorm" is without the "r." tongue

And ARC, where is this storm? Midwest? East coast? What state?


(1,183 replies, posted in General)

Welcome, wishingtobe. smile Your rap (direct) -- for others to check out -- just below the fold on our "Boba Fett Takes YouTube" story.


(16 replies, posted in Dialogue)

Almost there with the ADD form, but it's certainly coming. smile


(16 replies, posted in Dialogue)

286 collectibles and counting, now in a sustainable database and open to contributions. It's our archive of (ideally) everything Fett since 1978, documenting the lowdown and the availability of everything from Boba Fett action figures to Boba Fett birthday plates!

Editor of EntertainmentEarth.com wrote:

New Star Wars Figures to Indulge Your Boba Fett-ish
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
What could possibly be better than a brand new take on Boba Fett? How about extra parts so it's technically two? The supremely awesome Star Wars 30th Anniversary Figures Wave 2 brings you what may be one of the most exciting action figures of 2007 with the McQuarrie Concept Boba Fett. Based on paintings in the 1970s, this unique action figure incorporates numerous elements from the old designs, such as a hidden gun in Boba's stomach, two separate helmets, a flamethrower, a gun in a holster, and much, much more. This figure brings the promise of Star Wars sequels and prequels to life in a whole new way, and this entire series focuses on figures that we all wish we had back in the summer of 1979. In these days, there was only one Star Wars film and the 30th anniversary seemed like a lifetime away.

The assortment also includes several other exciting releases, including Biggs Darklighter, a brand new Death Star Trooper, the first-ever Rebel Sentry Honor Guard, a brand new Ceremonial Luke Skywalker, and a new take on Han Solo as a gunner in the Millennium Falcon. Each figure includes an exclusive metal coin, and are guaranteed to be big hits with fans of all ages.