BFFC has appeared on television, in newsprint, and on some pretty popular websites
Since 1996, here are our most notable press appearances, interviews, and mentions — plus other major accolades.
For inquiries, please contact the curator/founder of BFFC, Aaron Proctor, at email@example.com.
"Jason Wingreen, Actor Who Voiced Boba Fett, Dies at 95" (January 5, 2015)
The New York Times cited our Fettpedia page (as hypertext for "Star Wars Insider") for Jason Wingreen, the actor who at that time had recently passed away. We had transcribed an interview he did with the Star Wars Insider in 2000, which illuminated his experience doing the original voice of Boba Fett.
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"Forget Anakin — for die-hard 'Star Wars' fans, Boba Fett rules" by Peter Hartlaub (May 14, 2005)
San Francisco Chronicle ran a front-page "Entertainment" section story in print and online, including this excerpt: "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..."
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"Tempted by Fett — A Boba Fett fan shares his sad obsession" by Dalton Ross (May 17, 2002)
Entertainment Weekly wrote this about us: "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 and in print.
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Another mention in 2019, too!
"The Force Is Still With Them — 'Star Wars': Return of a cosmic cash cow" by John Marks (January 27, 1997)
U.S. News & World Report ran a full-page article and photo on page 63 of the print edition, featuring the founder of the Boba Fett Fan Club.
Star Wars Episode 7 to be shot on film by Dan Mindel (August 22, 2013)
We broke the news that Star Wars Episode VII was being shot on Kodak film stock by Dan Mindel, J.J. Abrams' cinematographer. While at an event for cinematographers, we were first to post online the news after Dan spoke about the big reveal. The news made front page at Mashable, Gizmodo, AV Club, Yahoo Movies / The Wrap, JoBlo, Ain't It Cool News, IGN, Slashfilm, Latino Review, CNET, Huffington Post, TechRadar, The Verge, Collider, io9, MovieWeb, and more.
BFFC is included on Wikipedia as one of two external links for their authoritative and often cited Boba Fett entry.
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We were part of a one-hour show for the Sci-Fi Channel about Star Wars fandom called Episode 1 Unauthorized: The Phantom Menace, which aired May 17, 1999.
Our website was featured on the home page of the search engine, Yahoo! (May 11, 1999), which at the time was a real big deal — and led to a whole lot of new visitors.
During the Boba Fett-themed trivia game for the BBC Radio 2 show, OJ Borg "Midnight Mastermind" (August 21, 2018), there were three mentions of the Boba Fett Fan Club! Featuring BFFC contributor Matt Booker as the guest trivia master.
Maybe it's a coincidence, but the TV show Gilmore Girls name drops "Boba Fett Fan Club" in Season 5 Episode 4! The episode, which aired October 12, 2004, is where Paris announces that Glenn "went from the 'Star Trek' convention to the Boba Fett Fan Club symposium" over the summer.
"At the incredible Boba Fett Multimedia Vault [editor's note: the name for BFFC in 1999], you'll find tips for creating Mandalorian armor, as well as a convention schedule for actor Jeremy Bulloch (the bounty hunter's alter ego)."
"Everything you wanted to know." The book included a full-size screenshot of the site in 1999, at that time called The Boba Fett Multimedia Vault.
"May the Web Be with You" by Peter Fagan (May 6, 1999)
The website for the San Francisco Chronicle said the following: "The Boba Fett Fan Club page is the definitive archive of information about the most admired, yet enigmatic characters of the Star Wars myth."
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BFFC's Scott Casanova was interviewed!
"...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."
BFFC is mentioned in a letter to the editor
November 16, 1998
"[D]ocuments every occurrence of Boba Fett in the Star Wars universe"
"They have their own action figures, fan clubs — from the Wookieepedia to a flourishing Boba Fett Fan Club — and weird fetishistic apparel."
From the website for the Sci-Fi Channel (now called Syfy): "Boba Fett Fan Club (pick) - Don your Clone Wars armor--or learn how to create some--before you blast your way through these downloads, checklists of BF collectibles, and so very much more."
"Who's the best and the baddest bounty hunter in the Universe? :) That's right! And he's got his own fan club. If you have a Fett fetish, don't fail to find your way to this fabulous site! Find out the Fett Facts firsthand--and bookmark immediately."
"Nothing but Boba Fett. All day and all night. A very well put together site. Lots of sound and video."
BFFC is mention on the air for the local NBC station in Texas.
"I'm a card-carrying member of the Boba Fett Fan Club..."
"The most popular bounty hunter this side of the Kessel run is completely documented and examined. Very nice site!"
"All Boba, all the time. The shoot-Boba-Fett game is ultra cool."
Featured a column and photo about BFFC.
4 Stars. "Everything you ever wanted to know about Boba Fett but were afraid to ask."
Our own photos of Daniel Logan getting fitted for his own Boba Fett costume were published across multiple pages.
We've also been linked up by CNN Interactive, The Boston Globe, Cinescape Online, Chicago Tribune Online, The Wild Wild Web, Open Directory Cool Site, The Dominion, MSN, Excite, 4movie.com, allocine.com, focus.de, and infoseek.de.