— Seamus Gameus (@SeamusGameus) November 13, 2015
Thanks to Twitter follower @SeamusGameus for the report.
We are sad to report that Daniel Fleetwood, the Star Wars fan who was diagnosed with cancer, has passed away. He was fortunate enough to have his wish granted as he was able to see a rough cut of The Force Awakens recently. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
UPDATE: A GoFundMe page has been established to help Daniel’s family with his associated medical costs. Please, donate what you can today.
Forum member EMPIRE has shared one of the most impressive works of Star Wars customizing that I have ever seen.
This custom spaceport playset was made for his kids (his very lucky kids!) and features numerous docking bays, restaurants, shops and everything you could ever dream of.
Check it out and leave him some feedback by clicking on the image above!
When toy runs are as dismal as they are lately, a lot of us naturally turn to customizing – and some even go the extra mile and create our own fan-fiction Star Wars photonovels – most of which can be read and commented by readers like you in our forums.
But sometimes there’s an older photonovel that appears to have been lost in cyberspace – for those of you who have been around for years in this hobby, remember the old stories by photonovel legends Dan Curto and Scott Corrales? Or the amazing Clone Wars storyline by SA Longhorn?
Those stories, and even the latest ones by various customizers can all be found on the greatest photonovel library of them all: The Photonovel Alliance.
TJ Maxx and Marshalls stores have been known from time to time to have some odd markdowns – at times clearancing some items, but leaving others (of the exact same SKU#) at full price.
Forum member darthapathy also recently came across some sporadic markdowns at his local TJ Maxx.
So keep your eyes peeled when at these discount stores – you never know what you may come across, or if it might be marked down cheaper than you think.
I’ve seen numerous collections over the years but few have made my jaw drop like Niktom’s – check out the amazing collection of the creator of the great Yak’s Pub comic strip after the jump!
PAWTUCKET, R.I.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS) today announced it will webcast presentations from its annual Investor Event at Toy Fair on Friday, February 8, 2013 beginning at 8:00 AM eastern time. The webcast will include presentations by the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Brian Goldner, and Chief Financial Officer, Deborah Thomas, as well as other Hasbro Senior Executives. The presentations will be followed by a question and answer session.
The webcast will be available live to investors and the media on Hasbro’s Investor Relations home page at http://investor.hasbro.com. A replay of the webcast will be available approximately two hours following the completion of the event at the same location on Hasbro’s Investor Relations Web site.
All of us at Yakface.com would like to wish you, your families and our friends and affiliates a Merry Christmas.
We would like to send out our heart felt condolences to the families affected by today’s senseless tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. Take the time today to consider what is really important to you and how it can all be gone in the blink of an eye.
We spotlight the awesome collection of forum member Darth Eddie this evening, who has so many figures it boggles the mind. Even an opener like myself enjoys seeing pics like his, and I think you will too. Check out his impressive collection after the jump!
Tonight we spotlight the awesome collection of forum member MarkVader72 – he has a great setup filled with numerous carded vintage gems, alongside some very cool assorted items spanning different Star Wars lines and years.
Check it out after the jump!
Watch for more videos in the series as they become available at starwars.com