GentleGiantCollectors.com is celebrating their 5th Anniversary by offering up a chance to win a Celebration V Exclusive Jumbo Kenner 12″ Boba Fett! For the complete details, visit GentleGiantCollectors.com
Yoda’s News has put together a Charity Auction for a set of the Celebration V Boba Fett State Clubs Patches with proceeds going to the Red Cross in response to the the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan. For more info on how you can bid or donate award this cause, visit YodasNews.com
Sandtroopers.com has posted a few new images today showcasing the packaging for two Toys”R”Us exclusive Deluxe vehicle with figure sets tentatively due this March. Head on over for a closer look at the Separatist Speeder with Geonosian Warrior and Rebel Transport Speeder with Rebel Ground Crew (first shown by Hasbro at Celebration V.)
StarWarsShop.com has updated today adding several Celebration V exclusive prints to their artwork section. Check out all the great pieces and prices!
Our eFX Collectibles Gallery has been updated with images for your review.
Our 501st TK Helmet Project Gallery has been updated with images for your review.
Our Gentle Giant Gallery has been updated with images for your review.
A few days ago I mentioned the new definitive guide to Star Wars collectibles from the fine folks at The Saga Musuem, so today I’ve updated our CV coverage with our Saga Museum Gallery. Not only did they have this amazing two volume set on display, they also had an awesome booth loaded with vintage items, many of them holy grail pieces, that we’d all love for our personal collections.
On this final day of Celebration V I have a huge recommendation for fans. Take the time to visit with author Todd DeMartino regarding his soon to be released “The Saga Museum: A Complete Photographic Guide to Star Wars Toys 1977-2008. This definitive two-volume set, weighs in at 15 lbs and 1100 pages and features amazing photography from Steve Bruno and a gorgeous layout by Jeff Correll. This is one book that every collector will need for their library of reference material. The Saga Museum is located in the main exhibit hall located at Booth #107 so be sure to stop by and pick up a high quality 8-page brochure while supplies last.
Our Kotobukiya Gallery has been updated with images for your review.